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How Airbnb Profits From Our Love of Experience

Danielle Oteri has been giving food tours of the Bronx's Arthur Avenue for more than a decade, but her family's connection to the famous Italian-American enclave in New York City go back even further:

Marriott’s Mission: Make W Hotels Cool Again

When the first W Hotel opened on Lexington Avenue in midtown Manhattan in 1998, it became as popular as a New York City nightclub. That's because its lobby looked and felt like one, with people jostling

Context matters: HSMAI members on signs of a downturn

Where the industry stands in terms of a downturn remains a question for many, and sales and marketing experts are no exception. During a recent think tank held in conjunction with the Hospitality Sales

TSA Check: Self-Service Checkpoints And Fewer Pat-Downs? Yes, Please.

Travelers are already accustomed to using self-service kiosks to check in at the airport and pick up their rental cars. Now the Department of Homeland Security and the Transportation Safety Administration

Autoclerk Database Spills 179GB of Customer, US Government Data

An open Elasticsearch database exposed hundreds of thousands of hotel booking reservations, compromising data from full names to room numbers. Security researchers have detected a leak in an Elasticsearch

Independent Hotels Are Disappearing as Chains Grow

This should be the heyday of independent hotels, which by their very nature offer the distinctive experiences sought by many travelers. Instead, they are up against huge hotel companies with deep pockets

The definitive guide to calendar shifts and US RevPAR

Calendar shifts can have a significant impact on U.S. performance results. Since an average year has an odd number of days, the number of weekdays shifts when comparing the same month year over year: A

Chinese tourism growth slows as overseas travel loses its luster

The rapid growth of Chinese tourism took a bit of a breather during the latest week-long National Day holiday, government data indicate. The seven-day vacation from Oct. 1 to Oct. 7 is dubbed "Golden Week

New Resort Fee Legislation Would Disrupt How Hotels Are Sold Online

This is going to be a slugfest. Some hotels view resort fees as key to business and argue that they are already transparent in how they advertise them. Consumers, states, and now federal legislators are

Travel’s Green Revolution Remains a Work in Progress

Overtourism, flight shaming, climate strikes, and global warming are each major issues with serious ramifications for the global travel sector. Until recently, though, industry leaders haven't had much