Hotels.com® has released data* revealing a new wave of young travelers who are swapping beaches and beers for action-packed, celebrity-inspired fitness getaways, that are sure to result in a boom of 'welfies' – workout selfies.
If you find yourself in a situation with no kids and no school schedule, then September and early October are opportune times to get out of town, especially as World Tourism Day (for sustainable tourism) is approaching on Wednesday, September 27.
Every year, the number of Chinese tourists traveling the globe increases significantly, making them the largest group of travelers in the world. Now, thanks in part to a recent agreement between the U.
With less than 40 days until the first total solar eclipse America has seen in 26 years, travelers have been planning trips, searching for places to stay and coordinating their visits for months. Hotels.
Travelers can now live the luxury treetop dream with a little help from the Hotels.com® Loved by Guests awards and the millions of genuine guest reviews they're based on. Ten amazing hotels have been crowned winners in the brand new Best for Treehouse category, and they'll be climbing straight to the top of your wish list.
Hotels.com analyzed 148 million comments from more than 5 million trusted guest reviews on hundreds of thousands of hotels worldwide. Data expert converted findings into mathematical formula: F 25 + C, 35 + B, 10 + P 2 + Q + Br + D7 + S + W + ½H = Hotel Perfection.
With Hotels.com® traveling like royalty wasn't hard for U.S. vacationers in 2016. According to their latest Hotel Price Index™ (HPI®), there was a range of popular European and Asian cities with average prices hovering between $150-200 per night on Hotels.
Even with several major political shifts and currency fluctuations around the world in 2016, travelers fared pretty well with average nightly hotel prices unchanged globally from 2015, as reported in the latest Hotel Price Index™ (HPI®) from Hotels.
When travelers check into a hotel in 2060 they can expect it to feature augmented reality, artificial intelligence, morphing beds, robotics, touchscreen everything, hyper connectivity and much more, as revealed by the Hotels.