A study by Hilton has revealed that 95 per cent of people are missing being able to head abroad, whilst a whopping 118 million Americans already feel their travel memories are disappearing for them.
And over half of people (54 per cent) admitted their travel memories were more important than their most prized jewellery permissions whilst 53 per cent say they are more important than their smartphone.
And when it comes to making new memories, four fifths (80 per cent) of travellers look to make new memories whilst abroad.
Danny Hughes, Executive Vice President and President of the Americas, Hilton, said: "Travel is an unstoppable force, and we know consumers are eager to reconnect with the people and places they love.
"Hilton is ready to welcome guests back with all the assurances they need - best-in-class hospitality, cleanliness and flexibility - to create their new memories whenever they are ready to be out and traveling again."