I have my first quote from my work at NYU. It’s in this article in Skift, Hospitality School 2020 Graduates Confront an Evaporated Hotel Jobs Market. I’ve been quoted a number of times in Skift regarding my work in the travel space in general so they know me there. I’m happy about the quote but my heartContinue reading “My First Quote as an NYU Professor on the Hospitality Job Prospects for 2020 Graduates (Skift)”
New York City has become the opposite of what it’s known for: quiet, empty and pretty much shut down. It feels like a perpetual Sunday morning especially in these gorgeous first weeks of spring. But there’s an undeniable beauty to this city which I’ve attempted to capture during my socially-distant exercise bike rides. Of courseContinue reading “New York City Love Letters: Photos from Bike Rides Around A City in Perpetual Early Sunday Morning (1)”
New York is very quiet. As are Paris, London and other great cities Most of us are stuck at home self isolating in this time of fear and uncertainty with a possibly deadly virus lurking everywhere we breathe and on every surface we touch. For those of us who travel for a living, it’s beenContinue reading “"The Great Empty" — A Virtual Tour of Beautiful Spaces in the Coronavirus Era”
If you have to fly in this ear of COVID-19/Coronavirus (or anytime), here are a few tips from an expert writing in the New York Times for how to disinfect your space on an airplane. This is an excerpt. Here’s the full article. And check out the fabulous Naomi Campbell’s much mocked but super appropriate-at-this-timeContinue reading “Disinfecting your space on an airplane (reposted from the NYT)”
The NY Times published a timely article answering travelers’ questions about the Coronavirus. Here’s an excerpt. Visit their site for the complete article. The coronavirus outbreak that has sickened almost 75,000 in China and killed more than 2,000 worldwide, has upended travel and commerce across the world. In light of the spread of the disease,Continue reading “Is it safe to travel in the era of the Coronavirus?”
All travelers are welcome at The New York Times Travel Show’s third annual L.G.B.T.Q. Travel Pavilion — the biggest in the show’s history! Register here and use code LGBTQIA for complimentary one-day ticket. The pavilion gathers 28 tourism brands offering trip-planning inspiration, experiences, tours, cruises, travel packages, hotels, luggage, travel insurance, free apps and special pavilion-only offers for the enjoymentContinue reading “This event has passed. Come Meet us at the LGBTQ Pavilion at the NY Times Travel Show Jan 24-26!”
A welcoming option located in a choice area of the city, the Moxy Boston Downtown offers terrific value and plenty of inviting spaces including their small but well-equipped rooms with staff that’s super friendly but also incredibly responsive and professional. Location The location is truly central. You’re located smack dab in the middle of Boston’s small butContinue reading “CheckOut: Moxy Boston Downtown”
AIG Travel partnered with Skift on the trend report The Business Imperative for ‘Inclusive Hospitality’ which examines why vulnerable travelers matter spr.ly/60121Du1k with insights from yours truly (the even included me in my own Q&A page!!) and Depart Smart. LGBTQ travel safety is important topic that we focus on at HospitableMe. To learn more about what we do at HospitableMe, visit us online.
Some gays plan their gay getaways far in advance. Some plan last minute. Some go both ways. We’re those gays. But no matter which you are, we’ve got awesome recommendations for gay getaways to go to now. Next year. Or both! Gay Getaways: GO NOW! 8 Days of Paradise with Atlantis – August 25 Atlantis Events takesContinue reading “Go Now✈ Go Later✈: Don’t miss these gay getaways 🌈🍸”
Ed Salvato is an LGBTQ travel expert, published author, occasional instructor at NYT Tisch School and Temple and chief content officer of ManAboutWorld gay travel magazine. Read his bio. Need travel advice? Post a comment below or send an email.