TripSavvy's 2020 Editors' Choice Awards showcase the best in American travel, tourism, and hospitality. Take the time to discover them alongside us—and root for them today, tomorrow, and into the future.
The Success of the NBA's Restart Shows What Works in a Pandemic
Project Roomkey Gave California's Most Vulnerable a Safe Haven
Outdoor Afro Gives Black Participants a "Safe Space" in Nature
JetBlue Paves the Way to Sustainable Aviation with Carbon Neutrality
Scott’s Cheap Flights Keeps Wanderlust Alive in a Locked Down World
Delta Air Lines Has Set the Bar for Health and Safety While Flying
World Central Kitchen Keeps Restaurants Afloat and Feeds the Hungry
Inside the Independent Restaurant Coalition's Fight for Equality and Sustainability
Why the Belize Tourism Board's Response to COVID-19 Is One to Emulate
Hotels Demonstrate the True Meaning of Hospitality During Tough Times
Amtrak Provides an Attractive Form of Travel During a Pandemic
What Big Tourism Destinations Can Learn from Singapore's Tourism Board
Airbnb Brought Safety and Creativity to Vacations During the Pandemic
The Aloha Spirit: Being a Mindful Visitor to Hawaii During COVID-19
You don't need to hear it from us: 2020 was a particularly trying year for small businesses. While it's estimated that more than 110,000 small businesses have permanently closed due to the pandemic, those that have toughed it out have become anchors of positivity in their communities. These winners—perhaps your neighborhood burger joint or bakery—have all met the moment in their own remarkable way...
It seems like our world changed in the blink of an eye. While we all grappled with new challenges—toilet paper shortages, anyone?—these quick responders stepped up, serving meals, providing (and even making!) PPE for front-line medical workers, and opening their doors to those who needed it the most. Among these 15 winners, you'll find businesses big and small who put their communities first....
Seeing is believing, right? That's a tough ask when you're a museum in a city on lockdown. These 22 winners, primarily traditional, hands-on attractions, creatively pivoted to virtual programming or other tactics to keep visitors entertained and engaged even during the darkest days of the pandemic. Meanwhile, others have found unique ways to cater to our new normal....
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