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Expedia’s Hotel Search Service Trivago Plans IPO

Trivago, the hotel search platform majority held by Expedia, filed yesterday for an initial public offering of up to $400 million. In July, Expedia’s Chief Executive Dara Khosrowshahi told investors that it was agreed Trivago would be valued as a ...

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Hoteliers Foresee Ups, Downs of Trump Presidency

A week after the presidential election, hoteliers are considering the industry’s future. Across the board, it seems to be agreed that uncertainty is in the air, and it is difficult to gauge what will happen before Trump is inaugurated in ...

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Voice, Tablet Controls Entering Hotel Rooms

If a guest desires a change in temperature, open curtains, or lighting adjustment, they no longer have to leave the comfort of their own bed. Major players like Aloft Hotels and Peninsula Hotels are incorporating automated rooms into their properties. ...

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Industry Voices Cautious Optimism About Election Results

While there were initially many concerns regarding how the Trump administration will impact U.S. travel and tourism, industry leaders are offering cautious optimism about the election’s outcome. U.S. Travel Association CEO Roger Dow says he is encouraged by Donald Trump’s ...

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Inauguration Bookings in D.C. Moving at a Slower Pace

Immediately following a presidential election, Washington, D.C.-area hotels typically experience a booking frenzy for January’s inauguration. This time around, however, reservations have been slower to come in, according to hotel managers in and near the District. Nearly all expect rooms ...

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