November 23, 2020
WASHINGTON (November 23, 2020)—As we approach the holiday season, American travelers have an abiding desire to travel, even as the country navigates the challenges of the pandemic, and a future trip—particularly domestically and with family members—remains a priority, according to a recent poll by the market research firm Destination Analysts. This finding accords with the Let’s Go There initiative, which has consulted with researchers to identify the demonstrable benefits of looking forward to and planning a future travel experience. “Let’s Go There, Together,” a key message being shared by thousands of organizations...
AHLA | November 12, 2020
WASHINGTON (November 12, 2020) – A new national survey commissioned by the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) shows that many Americans are not expected to travel this holiday seasons. Results show that 72% of Americans are unlikely to travel for Thanksgiving and 69% are unlikely to travel for Christmas, compounding the challenges for the hotel industry during this public health crisis. Business travel has been even more impacted. Only 8% of Americans say they have taken an overnight business trip since March, and just 19% of respondents who are currently employed—or 8% of all adults—expect to travel for business within ...
Cheaphotels.org | October 1, 2020
According to the latest survey by Cheaphotels.org, Sacramento is currently the most expensive city in the United States for hotel accommodations, This year's results, however, were heavily skewed by the COVID-19 pandemic. The survey compared hotel rates across 50 urban destinations in the U.S. Average rates for the least expensive double room during October 2020 for each destination were determined and only centrally located hotels with a 3-star rating or higher were considered. Sacramento topped the rankings with an average price of $131 for the most affordable double room. Cincinnati and Phoenix complete the podium, with average rates...
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