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  • Economy Watch: Record Number of Americans to Travel for Holidays This Year

    This year marks the ninth consecutive year of rising year-end holiday travel, with 2017 volume set to be the highest year-end travel volume on record, according to AAA.

    National 19 December 2017 14:26
  • Airbnb Going Strong in Texas

    According to AirDNA data, three major Texas metros are witnessing an important growth in Airbnb user adoption. Austin, Houston and Dallas have seen the total number of listings increase by as much as 90 percent year-over-year in October.

    Austin 28 November 2017 12:25
  • Airbnb Faces Adoption Slowdown

    A recently published report by Morgan Stanley shows that Airbnb's initial utilization rate prediction for 2017 will only be reached by the end of next year. In the light of the platform's struggles to maintain the momentum gained in 2015 and 2016, online travel agencies gain significant ground.

    International 28 November 2017 10:36
  • Economy Watch: Thanksgiving Travel to Hit Highest Volume Since ’05

    AAA is predicting the busiest Thanksgiving travel season in more than a decade, which is good news for hotels, restaurants and gas stations.

    National 17 November 2017 16:05
  • Hotel Chains Adopt Room-Sharing Strategy

    As a result of the room-sharing platforms' continued growth, HyattHotels and AccorHotels have expressed interest in their business model. With Airbnb on the rise and a failed attempt to restrict short-term rentals in San Francisco, hotel chains seem out of options.

    02 November 2017 19:26
  • Orlando Hospitality Developers Begin to Explore Mixed-Use

    Orlando's hospitality and tourism industries aren't showing any signs of slowing down, but with land costs rising, developers may need to shift their strategies. Daniel Bachrach, partner at Foley & Lardner, discusses the trends and changes to come for the market.

    Orlando 02 November 2017 16:23
  • Fitch: More U.S. Lodging Consolidation Is Expected

    The growing power of industry leaders will drive more lodging consolidation, with Hyatt and La Quinta as desirable targets, per the rating agency’s most recent report on hospitality. Such growth strategies are also a way to balance the competitive environment disrupted by alternative accommodation operators.

    New York 19 September 2017 16:40

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