Nashville Tops Out at Priciest U.S. City for Spending the Night
Not all cities are created equal – especially when it comes to average daily rates at favorite hotels. To that end, Nashville may just be the the most expensive city in the United States to stay overnight, according to a survey released this month by Cheaphotels.org. The booking site compared hotel rates across 50 urban destinations. Looking at rates […]
Phishing Scams All the Rage This Summer
The travel space is seeing a rise in phishing scams and domain spoofing as travel records are making easy targets for hacking experts to reach travelers in ways they may otherwise trust.
Selling More Travel May Mean Splitting Payments
According to a report published by leading global payment solution Splitit Payments Ltd, consumers want to pay for travel expenses in interest-free monthly installments and, if given the option to do so, would make travel purchases farther in advance and spend more on upgrades, food and entertainment. The report also reveals that younger consumers are highly debt-conscious […]
Pets on a Plane: Take the Horse; Leave the Pig
The phrase “when pigs fly” could become a reality in the near future but for now, flying livestock will be restricted to miniature horses, according to new service animal policies that went live last month.
New Travel Accessories Travelers Never Knew They Needed
The annual Travel Goods showcase in Las Vegas this year brought forth plenty of new luggage and carry-on solutions as well as new ways to rest on a plane. But the show, which collects buyers and manufacturers in this $31.1 billion market, also highlighted solutions for things not always identified as problems. Here’s a run […]