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Domestic travel gives Airbnb a boost

The travel industry is beginning to show signs of life again, with city residents heading to nearby vacation rentals in droves. Airbnb saw more nights booked for its U.S. listings between May 17 and...

Domestic travel gives Airbnb a boost
Red tide plague on Florida’s west coast may shift tourist traffic to east side of the state

Red tide plague on Florida’s west coast may shift tourist traffic to east side of the state

A red tide algae bloom that is leaving piles of dead fish on Florida’s west coast may be leading tourists to visit the state’s...

Red tide plague on Florida’s west coast may shift tourist traffic to east side of the state
China has 5 times the number of millennials the US has

China has 5 times the number of millennials the US has

Think the Millennial generation has been a boon to New York City real estate? Well consider this: China has...

China has 5 times the number of millennials the US has
Can a weakening dollar save US hotels from Trump slump?

Can a weakening dollar save US hotels from Trump slump?

From TRD New York: President Trump’s proposed travel bans on citizens of certain Muslim-majority nations has caused plenty of...

Can a weakening dollar save US hotels from Trump slump?
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US hoteliers look to woo foreign guests amid concerns over Trump policies

From the New York site: With growing fears Trump’s policies will adversely affect visitor numbers, U.S. hotel operators are...

US hoteliers look to woo foreign guests amid concerns over Trump policies
Lauderdale will get new rental-home rules Nov. 1

Lauderdale will get new rental-home rules Nov. 1

New municipal rules that limit the use of vacation-rental homes will become effective in Fort Lauderdale on November 1,...

Lauderdale will get new rental-home rules Nov. 1
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Bill hopes to promote “medical tourism” in Florida

Forget the beaches. Florida may soon be a hotspot for “medical tourism.” A new bill hopes to set aside...

Bill hopes to promote “medical tourism” in Florida
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Palm Beach tourism could peak this year

Tourism in Palm Beach County is expected to either tie or exceed its all-time high this year, the Sun-Sentinel reported, citing tourism officials. Six million visitors flocked to the county in 2005. A TravelsAmerica...

Palm Beach tourism could peak this year
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