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Thanks to the flat economy, travel deals abound.

Thanks to the flat economy, travel deals abound.

October 24, 2008 · , , , ,

Vacation, tours, cruises, Hawaii — they’re all within reach this fall and winter. The stock market is swooning. The economy is wobbling. An election is pending. The future is foggy. Sounds like a great time to take a vacation. What better way to relieve stress? In fact, tourists who scrape up the cash this fall [...]

Dublin: Stay for cheap at a million $ location

Dublin: Stay for cheap at a million $ location

October 20, 2008 · ,

If you are traveling to Dublin next summer, why not stay at beautiful and historic Trinity College? During the summer, the 400-year-old famous university rents out its rooms at rates starting at about $54 per person per night. Its location is terrific, a mere two-minute walk from the shopping and nightlife districts around Grafton Street [...]

Wacky presidential election hotel promotions

Wacky presidential election hotel promotions

October 16, 2008 · ,

Guests at W Hotels have come to expect “Whatever/Whenever.” But this year’s presidential election finds the luxury chain partnering with get-out-the-vote organization Declare Yourself in order to push that motto one step further –allowing guests to register to vote right from bed. It’s nothing new for hotels to create special packages around events, of course. [...]

Foreigner-free Japan hotels want to stay that way

Foreigner-free Japan hotels want to stay that way

October 9, 2008 · ,

Most Japanese inns and hotels that didn’t have foreign guests last year don’t want any in the future, according to a government survey released Thursday. While the majority of such establishments do accept foreigners, the survey showed the country’s more traditional inns are not as hospitable, even as the government mounts a major campaign to [...]

Cities target travel sites for unpaid hotel taxes

Cities target travel sites for unpaid hotel taxes

September 8, 2008 · ,

Online travel companies are facing a flurry of lawsuits from upset city officials who say they were bilked out of tens of millions of dollars in hotel and occupancy taxes. One of the stiffest challenges was outlined Monday in Georgia Supreme Court. The city of Atlanta claims in a lawsuit that Travelocity, Orbitz, Expedia and [...]

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