U.S. scheduled passenger airlines employed 3.6 percent more workers in July 2018 than in July 2017
Lodging is a cyclical industry meaning that it passes over time through four distinct phases: peak, contraction, trough and expansion. Most industry participants believe that 2007 was the previous peak of the current business cycle following six years of expansion from the 2001 industry recession.
Business activity for US hoteliers rose to a reading of 120.8 in July according to today's release of the Hotel Industry's Pulse (HIP) indicator.
In this 7th annual Lodging Tax Report, HVS explores the current status and historical trends of lodging taxes in the USA. This updated version provides lodging tax rates/collections on all 50 US states and 150 US cities.
In addition to having more to spend, travelers have increased the amount they spend on travel by 40 per cent this year, compared with last year. The increasingly influential millennials are spending unprecedented amounts on travel, with those born after 1990 increasing their travel spend by 80 per cent this year.
TravelClick today released new data from the Companys August 2018 North American Hospitality Review (NAHR).
This month, Googles search engine algorithm update takes full effect, Facebook rolls out new video format to more advertisers, and animated typography helps website content pack a punch. From SEO to design, read on to learn the top5 things you need to know now in hotel digital marketing.
Passenger and cargo growth show remarkable resilience in the face of ongoing global trade and political tensions
U.S. hotel occupancy decreased 3.3% to 69.8% during the week of 9-15 September, and a 0.3% ADR decrease to $131.03 pushed RevPAR down 3.7% to $91.47.
During the week of 9-15 September, Canadian hotel occupancy dipped 0.7% to 78.5%, but a 4.3% ADR increase to 177.99 Canadian dollars ($137.95) lifted RevPAR up 3.6% to CA$139.71 ($108.30).