DoubleTree by Hilton has launched an interactive YouTube platform in which users will be able to share their trip experiences and get rewarded for their efforts.
As if Americans needed another disease to cure: “vacationitis” is the latest ailment to affect the United States.
Itâ€™s a dilemma thatâ€™s been simmering under the surface of the industry for years and one that shows no sign of abating…
The Scan: UK hotels scolded for online rate display, the first use of Facebook’s Were Here API, and more
Eleven major hotel chains are routinely breaching British government guidelines and advertising standards rules by not including VAT in headline prices online, and more items in our roundup.
Are we seeing the floodgates beginning to open with the hotel price parity issue? Perhaps so, with news of another attempt at a class action in the US against online travel agencies and hotel chains.
A class action suit was filed this week in California against various major online travel retailers and hotel chains alleging antitrust violations in relation to resale price management (RPM) agreements.
There is a whiff of anger in the air, it appears, over alleged price fixing between online travel agencies and hotels – with a class action being brought against some of the biggest travel brands on the planet in the US.
In fifteen years, the Chinese middle class will reach 800 million, up from 300 million today. Over the next five years, affluent Chinese consumers will grow from four million to 20 million.
Nucleus goes Greek luxury, Mobiquity and FlightView, Hilton deals with USA Today, Travelzoo gets creative, Osprey eyes a Dolphin… What else is happening in travel tech around the world.