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Nice Region Hotel Reservations Down

Hotels and retailers in Nice have experienced losses since the terrorist attack that killed 84 people on July 14. French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron says hotel reservations in the area have dropped between 20 and 30 percent. In the short term, the ...

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Travel Industry Prices to Slightly Increase

Travel industry prices are set to marginally increase or remain flat in 2017, according to a report from the GBTA Foundation and Carlson Wagonlit Travel. Key risks for the global market include financial market turbulence, uncertainty surrounding Brexit, potentially fluctuating ...

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Amid Turbulent Year, International Travel Remains Strong

2016 has been a year filled with some controversial and worrying world news, but the travel sector remains strong. Between January and April of this year, destinations around the world welcomed 18 million more international travelers than the same period in ...

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A Data-Backed Analysis of the U.S. Hotel Industry

Which hotel chain dominates the conversation on a social media? What amenities are most important to hotel guests? Crimson Hexagon analyzed years of data and millions of social media posts to uncover emerging trends and patterns in the US hotel ...

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Airbnb to Collect L.A. Lodging Taxes

Airbnb and Los Angeles city officials have struck a deal that will have the short-term rental company begin collecting lodging taxes from rental hosts. The deal is expected to go into effect in August. Los Angeles is reportedly also seeking ...

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Cleveland Hopes RNC Will Boost City’s Reputation

All eyes are on Cleveland as the country reads news from the Republican National Convention, and Cleveland is hopeful that the event will provide the city with a bolstered reputation long after the politicians call it a day. When Cleveland ...

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