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Sep 27

New Hotels For Millennials: “Hostels On Steroids”

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Part of the joy of dealing with corporate America is watching managers twist themselves into pretzels trying to justify decisions by claiming “our customers wanted the product.” No, they don’t want the product, they want the price. Because Who Wants A Suite, Anyway? Having realized that Airbnb probably isn’t going away isn’t going away anytime …

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Feb 07

Delta Improves Its AirBNB Partnership

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Delta has upped its partnership rate with Airbnb, allowing you to earn bonus miles on all stays through April 30, 2018. Delta And Airbnb Airbnb, which allows individuals to rent out their homes in much the same way that Uber provides ride service, has been picking up partners and has now joined with Delta to …

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Apr 07

Bits and Pieces from around The Travel Industry

One of the nice things about the travel industry is that, when there aren’t any great mileage promotions, there’s always something interesting going on. Or, in this case, a bunch of something interestings…   You Can Travel Like a Millennial (But Do You Want To?) I’ll say up front that I’m not a Millennial. I …

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Jan 29

Airbnb Goes Themed and a Las Vegas Starwood Promotion

Apparently, the Airbnb market has gotten pretty competitive. Over the long run, that should be good for customers, as competition will lower prices. To keep prices higher, some properties are going to interesting lengths to generate a premium. The Netflix Suite It’s a hotel room! It’s a movie theater! No, wait, it’s both! Yes, for …

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Oct 02

An Unusual Delta Promotion, AA Knows why I Fly and the World’s Largest Lodging Company?

Delta and…Four Seasons? I guess it’s not the “Delta” part of the promotion that I just received, but rather, the Four Seasons part. While the upscale Four Seasons chain works with preferred partners to provide amenities to certain customers, I’ve never seen them offer anything as gauche as miles. And while it’s only a handful of …

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