Online student travel leader StudentUniverse.com today released its lists of the top domestic and international Spring Break 2008 destinations for US college students.
Once thought of as a big oil town, Houston's vast array of new developments are taking off throughout 'Space City'.
Weekly summary of Occupancy, ADR and REVPar for the United States.
There's No Place Like Hotel for Holiday Travelers
Australia's controversial marketing campaign, launched in February 2006, showing typical Australian scenes accompanied by the blunt tag line: 'So Where the Bloody Hell Are you?' has been very successful.
Changes All Along the Line: How the Internet Is Transforming Packaged-Travel Distribution
Passenger numbers in January look set to break new growth records across all regions, for a variety of different factors and with many of the usual downsides. The latest consistent international and domestic passenger data is from ACI. It relates to the largest airports in October and shows total passenger numbers rising by 6.2% in the month and international passengers by 8.3%.
PKF Hospitality Research (PKF-HR) is reaffirming their forecast for a modest slowdown in U.S. lodging industry performance in 2008.
After a record October (+14.3%), the first estimates for November show an increase in RevPAR of 9.6%, due to an increase both in occupancy rates (+2.3 points) and average rates (+5.9%).
Published in conjunction with STR (Smith Travel Research) and endorsed by the Hotel Association of Canada. This publication summarizes weekly occupancy and average room rates from major cities in Canada.