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Sam’s Club today announced availability of a new, free Sam’s Club Travel mobile application exclusively dedicated to members-only savings on hotels, rental cars, vacation homes, and other travel activities.
Modest global economic growth and shifts in supply and demand expected to affect pricing across multiple regions
2014-12-02's Top Travel Trends and Hot Destinations for 2015 offers their annual look ahead with five key trends and seven international hot spots that are predicted to top Americans' travel agendas next year.
The travel industry’s brightest travel professionals converged yesterday at the 2014 Young Travel Leaders Conference (YTLC) at The Palazzo® Las Vegas, produced by Questex Hospitality + Travel as an exclusive forum to discuss the changing travel landscape and their unique role in its future.
From sports and wellness travel to the adoption of the latest travel tech gadgets and apps to the rise in 'airtiquette', sees 2015 shaping up as a year of travel innovation and exploration for Canadians.
SOAST announced the results of its Holiday Travel Behavior Study, examining habits and preferences of Americans planning holiday trips. The research revealed that 41% of Americans are planning to book holiday travel this year, and they’ll be turning to websites and mobile apps for everything from purchasing airline tickets to upgrading seats.
Choice Hotels survey finds that in exchange for a discount in the new year, 55 percent of American travelers would forgo alcoholic beverages, 53 percent would give up daily housekeeping services, and 26 percent would go without their smartphone.
REBEL Travel Corporation, the Miami Beach-based travel and entertainment marketing company was named Digital Agency of Record by OpenBook, the Idaho Falls, Idaho-based travel technology firm that provides enterprise solutions for Hotels, Vacation Rentals, Destination Management Companies, and Travel Affiliates.
Amazon’s fledgling relationships with small, independent, boutique hotels could presage a major new distribution channel for hoteliers seeking an alternative to selling on Expedia as well as an innovative way for consumers to shop, analysts said last week.
Attendees at this year’s North America Hotel Investment Conference (NATHIC) in Chicago were encouraged to hear optimistic predictions by some of the industry’s most influential leaders and investment professionals who announced positive results in all industry segments, including industrywide supply and demand.
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