This week in hospitality, a still-private Airbnb reported over $1 billion in third-quarter revenue, and we checked in with travelers on how Marriott's loyalty merger is really going.
Hotel News Weekly Roundup
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>>Timing is everything, folks: Airbnb Reports $1 Billion-Plus in Third Quarter Revenue as IPO Talk Heats Up
>>Most Marriott Rewards and Starwood Preferred Guest members enjoyed a seamless integration earlier this year when the two programs merged. For some, however, latent issues are still hampering the experience. We asked five Starwood members about their journeys: How’s Marriott’s Massive Loyalty Merger Going? We Asked 5 Starwood Members to Weigh In
>>Corporate business remains strong for both hotels and airlines despite ongoing trade wars around the world. This seems unlikely to hold up in 2019: Corporate Hotel and Air Business Remains Strong, But for How Long?
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