Articles tagged “ahla”

Short-Term Rentals

Airbnb Regulatory Fixer to Depart, Leaving Controversial Legacy

Under Chris Lehane, Airbnb has often irritated and outraged local government leaders and short-term rental peers. But as we know about negative campaigns and hardball tactics, they often get results.

Airbnb Regulatory Fixer to Depart, Leaving Controversial Legacy

Hotels

Hotel Rates Among Biggest Price Hikes in the U.S.

Inflation for travel sectors like hotels isn't a cause for concern at the moment, as it continues to signal demand is returning from record-low performance seen in the early months of the pandemic.

Hotel Rates Among Biggest Price Hikes in the U.S.

Business Travel

Former Airbnb Exec Pitches Remote Work as Reward Not a Right

Companies could end up harnessing Airbnb veteran Stanley Fourteau's new venture Ukio, which has the backing of Travelperk's CEO, as a means to take back control of the remote work conversation.

Former Airbnb Exec Pitches Remote Work as Reward Not a Right

Coronavirus

U.S. Hotels Roared Ahead With Desperately Needed Job Gains in July

U.S. hotels continue to post strong job numbers thanks to summer leisure travel demand, but the industry can't afford to ride on blind optimism. The Delta variant throwing a wrench in the expected return of business travel will show up in jobs reports later this year.

U.S. Hotels Roared Ahead With Desperately Needed Job Gains in July

Coronavirus

Hotels Face Bad Side of Good News: Accelerating Recovery Hinders Push for Federal Help

Weekend crowds on city streets don’t necessarily translate to sold-out hotels, but the optics threaten the hotel industry’s already long-shot push for targeted economic relief from the federal government.

Hotels Face Bad Side of Good News: Accelerating Recovery Hinders Push for Federal Help

Coronavirus

U.S. Commerce Secretary Dodges on Details for How to Help Hotels Revive International Travel

U.S. Commerce Secretary Raimondo hears your concerns, hotel industry. But how about some action? Until U.S. authorities outline a clear path to reviving key global business travel corridors, many sleepless nights are ahead, wondering what happens after Labor Day when leisure travel dissipates.

U.S. Commerce Secretary Dodges on Details for How to Help Hotels Revive International Travel

Coronavirus

Why Do These Hotel Union Workers Oppose Industry Efforts to Get $20 Billion in Federal Relief?

The American Hotel & Lodging Association and Unite Here can't do the silent treatment and wish away the dissent of one of the labor union's largest chapters. A disunited front — along with a strong summer travel season — gives Congress an easy way to reject the $20 billion pitch for targeted hotels relief.

Why Do These Hotel Union Workers Oppose Industry Efforts to Get $20 Billion in Federal Relief?

Coronavirus

U.S. Hotels Make Bold Ask for More Aid From D.C. Despite Ongoing Recovery

The U.S. hotel industry has a tough sell convincing Congress it needs targeted aid when industry analysts expect business to pick up this summer and into the second half of 2021 across all hospitality sectors. May just fall under the category of futile at this point.

U.S. Hotels Make Bold Ask for More Aid From D.C. Despite Ongoing Recovery

Hotels

U.S. Hotels Added 36,000 Jobs in February in New Sign of Optimism

It's positive to see February gains in U.S. jobs in the leisure and hospitality industries. Hotel hiring trends looking to be turning after a bleak winter.

U.S. Hotels Added 36,000 Jobs in February in New Sign of Optimism

Coronavirus

U.S. Hotel Jobs Recovery Stalls, Unemployment Rises

The slow winter travel season, delayed vaccination schedules, and people giving up on hotel jobs are pushing the hospitality sector unemployment figures up once again. More vaccines can speed up the recovery (the industry hopes).

U.S. Hotel Jobs Recovery Stalls, Unemployment Rises