28 June 2021
Pernod Ricard, Erasmus Student Network, and HOTREC call for more responsible togetherness and solidarity
We partnered with Responsible Party to ensure the opening of safe venues which respect the measures in place and bring conviviality back in a responsible way. They encourage all individual organisations to join and sign this Declaration and become part of this movement to enjoy convivial moments in Europe safely and responsibly.
25 June 2021
Declaration for a resilient convivial Europe that empowers its young adults and supports its hospitality sector promoting safe, responsible behavior and lifestyles throughout Europe
HOTREC, the Erasmus Student Network and Responsible Part signed today a declaration to declare their willingness to move forward and to be responsible together as the situation improves.
9 June 2021
Adequate Minimum Wages proposal: several sectors discuss impact of the proposal with EU representatives
In a technical seminar trade union and sector employers’ representatives agreed that influencing wage setting undermines collective bargaining systems and does not respect statutory minimum wage systems. The speakers are concerned with the legal basis proposed by the Commission.
8 June 2021
Travel and tourism stakeholders call for swift adoption and implementation of harmonised EU travel rules
Ahead of the EU Ambassadors’ meeting on 11 June, the European travel and tourism industry associations call on Member States to approve the Commission’s proposal to start lifting travel restrictions in the EU in a coordinated way.
4 June 2021
82nd HOTREC General Assembly: Romanian Hotel Industry Federation (FIHR) and Ukrainian Hotel & Resort Association (UHRA) join HOTREC as new members
HOTREC is delighted to officially welcome the Romanian Hotel Industry Federation (FIHR) and the Ukrainian Hotel and Resort Association (UHRA) in its membership – now bringing together 45 associations in 34 European countries.
31 May 2021
The Hotelstars Union reaches next level
The success story of the Hotelstars Union (HSU), a platform of member countries striving for a harmonised hotel star rating, has taken another consistent step with the incorporation of an international non-profit organisation under Belgian law (AISBL).