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Nearly 15 Million Bookings Involve Scams, Says Study

Nearly 15 Million Bookings Involve Scams, Says Study

A new study conducted by the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AH&LA) has revealed that one in three people are worried about online booking scams. AH&LA estimates that roughly 15 million hotel bookings per year have been affected by deceptive ...

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Airbnb Pinches Pricing Power During Events

Hoteliers are seeing disappointing results as they compete with home-rental companies like Airbnb during the busiest times of the year. The Wall Street Journal reports that Airbnb listings during Pope Francis’s visit last week reached nearly 20,000 in New York ...

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Expedia Explores Family Travel in Survey

In the Family Travel Study, released by Expedia, American parents discuss their feelings on of traveling with family. The study reveals that 94 percent of American parents who have traveled with children take at least one trip with family per ...

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Chesapeake Assumes Management of Four Points Louisville

Chesapeake Assumes Management of Four Points Louisville

GREENBELT, Md.—Chesapeake Hospitality has assumed management of the 117-room Four Points by Sheraton Louisville Airport hotel, adding it its full-service management portfolio. Kim Sims, president of Chesapeake Hospitality, made the announcement. Located in close proximity to downtown Louisville, the Louisville ...

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Marriott Offers Pink Suites for Breast Cancer Awareness

Marriott Offers Pink Suites for Breast Cancer Awareness

NEW YORK—Highlighting Marriott’s Spirit to Serve, Courtyard New York Manhattan/Midtown East has pledged to donate $100 to Susan G. Komen Greater New York City each time a special pink-themed suite is booked at the hotel any day in October, which ...

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U.S.-China Tourism Year Coming in 2016

On Sept. 25, the United States and China announced a U.S.–China Tourism Year for 2016 to celebrate the extension of visa validity and support increased travel and tourism exports. Throughout the year, the U.S. Department of Commerce and the China ...

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