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Global hotel rates on the rise

New York, Rio de Janeiro and Zurich were amongst the most expensive destinations on average for overnight stays, according to a recent study.

Survey shows increasing global hotel rates

Hotels around the world have reported rate growth of 4% in the first half of 2011, according to the latest hotel survey from Hogg Robinson Group (HRG), the international corporate services company.

HotelTravel.com slashes rates for summer events in England

PHUKET, Thailand - HotelTravel.com is slashing its already low rates for an eclectic series of fantastic events in England this summer, spotlighting each with original travel articles backed up by hot

GBTA: Things are looking up for business travel industry

With the economic recovery continuing, things are looking up for the business travel industry, according to a newly released survey of travel buyers by the GBTA Foundation – the education and resear

Hotel rates soar in Africa and Asia Pacific, according to 2010...

The strongest increase in hotel rates across 2010 took place in Africa and Asia Pacific, whilst European hotel prices fell for the second consecutive year, according to the latest annual hotel survey

January 2011 Hotel Rate Report released

SAN FRANCISCO, Cal. - The New Hotel Rate Report has beed released today.

Hotel rates up 4 percent in North America and the Caribbean

DALLAS - The average price of a hotel room around the world rose one percent in the third quarter of 2010 compared to the same period a year earlier, according to the hotels.com® Hotel Price Index™

Increased hotel occupancy barometer of the economic recovery

After a lengthy, recession-induced downturn, the latest industry figures suggest that more Americans are choosing hotels.

Travel news: fewer traveling to Canada means lower hotel rates and...

SAN FRANCISCO, CA - Despite summer being in full swing, the strength of the Canadian dollar continues to curb international tourism to Canada.

Marriott ups rates for the first time in two years

Room rates at Marriott International's North American hotels rose for the first time in two years during the month of May, another sign that the lodging industry is creeping out of its slump.

Agoda serves up ace rates for Wimbledon 2010

SINGAPORE – Agoda, Asia’s global hotel booking site and part of Nasdaq-listed Priceline.com, announced competitive London hotel rates just in time for the Championships Wimbledon 2010.

STR reports first quarter results for 2010

The US hotel industry reported mixed results in the three key performance metrics for first quarter 2010 in year-over-year measurements, according to data from STR.

Industry forecast: Hotel rates won’t stay as low as travelers hoped

The hotel industry could be bouncing back more quickly than originally expected. That means rates won't stay as low as travelers might have hoped.

Hotels rack their rates with ancillary charges

You've probably seen the commercial. A man is settling his bill at a hotel, gawks at an item on the invoice and says something to the effect of, "You charged me $6.95 for water?

Skyrocketing hotel prices scare off tourists

Skyrocketing hotel rates in Hainan province during the Spring Festival holiday scared away tourists and tainted Hainan's image as "China's Hawaii", travel experts said.

Seychelles hoteliers have an issue with exchange rates

Three individual hoteliers and hotel managers raised their concern with this correspondent during a recent visit to the Seychelles, when discussing investments and capital expenditure to keep their ho

LimoRes.com offers exclusive rates on quality car service to Royal Caribbean...

LimoRes.com, the leading global ground transportation provider, today announced a partnership with Royal Caribbean International.

US hotels have had dramatic drop in rates

US hotels in the south and west have had a dramatic drop in rates according to the latest Hotel Price Index (HPI) data collected by Hotels.com.

Rates at Miami hotels drop 21%

Miami is among the top 10 markets in the country where hotel rates have dropped the most in the last year, according to a new report from Hotwire.com.

Alaska Airlines increasing the price of companion fares

ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- Alaska Airlines says in a letter to its customers that it is increasing the cost of companion fares available through its Visa Signature card from $50 to $99.

Hotels raise prices as tourists return to Brazil

Accor SA, Marriott International Inc.

Hotel occupancy still dropping in Hawaii

Despite deep discounts on room rates, Hawaii hotels were less than 62 percent full in May, marking the worst May since at least 1987.

Luxury hotels – there are deals to be had

There are deals to be had. Hotels need you, and they need your money, and in this time of downturn, they aren't going to let rooms stand empty if they can generate some cash.

In good times and bad, lower room rates cost hotels money

When close competitors cut their prices, the temptation for hotel operators is to follow with reductions of their own.

As Moscow hotel rates skyrocket, apartment rentals surge

On the eve of the annual Eurovision song contest, a number of Moscow hotel groups were unceremoniously faced with the probing wrath of Russian justice for what to many seemed an unstoppable upward spi

Gulfstream reduces aircraft-production rates and workforce

General Dynamics announced today that, as a result of deterioration in the backlog, particularly during the month of February, and continued weak demand, Gulfstream Aerospace has found it necessary to

India rolls out red carpet for tourists

NEW DELHI - If you've been planning to visit India - whether to soak up Goa's splendiferous sands or ogle the Taj Mahal - now's a good time to pack your bags.

Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority regulates hotel room rates

ABU DHABI - The Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA), the apex body responsible for managing the tourism industry within the emirate of Abu Dhabi, is to regulate hotel room rates in the UAE capital from

Beijing hotels slash rates as tourist fail to show during Olympics

Hotels in Beijing are cutting their rates by as much as 30% after the expected tourist influx for the Olympics failed to materialise.

Buyers’ prospects rise after hotels’ strong ’07

Travel buyers are beginning to see better negotiating opportunities as the seemingly insurmountable momentum propelling the hotel industry for the past few years begins to show signs of slowing, even though 2007 proved another banner year for hoteliers in terms of rate and revenue growth and profit.