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Study Finds Airbnb Hosts More Often Reject Disabled

A new Rutgers University study suggests that Airbnb hosts may be more likely to discriminate against those with disabilities. Researchers sent more than 3,800 varying requests to hosts and found that 75 percent of travelers who did not mention any ...

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Luxury Travelers Just Want a Good Night’s Sleep

Luxury Travelers Just Want a Good Night’s Sleep

The most important thing for guests purchasing a luxury travel experience is being able to truly switch off and relax, according to a study of international consumer sentiment regarding luxury travel. Global travel deals publisher Travelzoo and the Global Hotel Alliance ...

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The Essex, Vermont, Unveils Culinary-Inspired Renovation

The Essex, Vermont, Unveils Culinary-Inspired Renovation

Eurowest Inns, Inc., owners of The Essex—Vermont’s Culinary Resort & Spa, unveiled a multi-million dollar renovation based on the design concept, “All Things Culinary.” The design is inspired by The Essex’s Cook Academy and its critically-acclaimed restaurant, Junction, where a team of professional chefs ...

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Asia Pacific Pipeline, Excluding China, Remains Steady

Asia Pacific Pipeline, Excluding China, Remains Steady

PORTSMOUTH, N.H.—The most recent Asia Pacific Construction Pipeline Trend Report by analysts at Lodging Econometrics found that the total hotel pipeline for the region, excluding China, has 1,561 projects with 314,716 rooms, up 1 percent by projects year-over-year (YOY). The number of projects under ...

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Getting Back to Basics in Hotel Marketing

With so many marketing tools and strategies available, it’s easy to become overwhelmed with the options. By focusing on what’s important—serving guests—hotels can better target their marketing efforts and improve efficiency. Read a breakdown of areas where marketing may have ...

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Out-of-Block Bookings Hurt Hotels, Planners

A Tourism Economics study from 2015 of U.S. group room nights found that more than one in three were booked outside an event’s contracted room blocks. This trend poses a challenge for both hotels and meeting planners who risk financial ...

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