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U.S. Travel Market Share to Continue Decline Through at Least 2023: Report

WASHINGTON - Sluggish demand for overseas travel to the U.S. will sustain the trend of the country falling behind international travel growth worldwide, according to the latest forecast released by the

STR: US Hotel Results For Week Ending 30 November

HENDERSONVILLE, Tennessee - The U.S. hotel industry reported negative year-over-year results in the three key performance metrics during the week of 24-30 November 2019, according to data from STR. In


US travel market share expected to decline through 2023

The U.S. Travel Association's newest forecast predicts that the U.S. share of global long-haul travel will fall to 10.4 percent by 2023.

Forecast Projects Declining U.S. Share of Global Travel Demand

In 2020, the U.S. will continue to lose share of total global long-haul travel and see the slowest pace of domestic travel growth in four years, according to a forecast by the U.S. Travel Association.

Report: U.S. Travel Market Share to Continue Decline Through 2023

Sluggish demand for overseas travel to the U.S. will sustain the trend of the country falling behind international travel growth worldwide, according to the latest forecast released by the U.S. Travel

U.S. Travel Market Share to Decline Through 2023

Sluggish demand for overseas travel to the United States will cause the country to fall further behind in international travel growth worldwide and travel market share, according to the latest forecast

CBRE Issues U.S. Lodging And 2020-2021 Historic Hotels Forecast At Historic Hotels Of America Annual Conference

WASHINGTON, DC - The outlook for the U.S. lodging industry continues to be less strong than prior years, according to CBRE Hotels Research (CBRE), but Historic Hotels RevPAR will be impacted less and be

U.S. GOPPAR Turns Negative After Recent Gains

Two consecutive months of profit gain were spoiled as the start of the fourth quarter brought with it a year-over-year downturn in GOPPAR for U.S. hotels. According to HotStats data, GOPPAR in October

Study: US Lodging Industry to Remain Strong, but Revenue Growth is Slowing

Despite slowly diminishing revenue growth, the U.S. lodging industry will remain strong for the next two years, according to a leading industry source. Lodging occupancy levels are expected to take a dip

Miami hotel rates to break Super Bowl Weekend record

Hotel average daily rate (ADR) in the Miami/Hialeah market is projected to reach a record level for a Super Bowl weekend, according to a custom forecast from STR's Consulting & Analytics office. The market