Articles tagged “denver”

Hotels

Hotels Outside of Congested City Centers Are Gaining Popularity

Guests are following in the footsteps of those who’ve fled to the suburbs during the pandemic, taking advantage of features like more square footage, lower prices, and regional authenticity. The strategic move would be for more hoteliers to follow them there.

Hotels Outside of Congested City Centers Are Gaining Popularity

Online Travel

Daily Podcast: Overvalued Online Travel IPOs

Good morning from Skift. It’s Wednesday, January 12, in New York City. Here’s what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: Overvalued Online Travel IPOs

Airline Weekly

United CEO Still Backing Denver Bus Service Pilot Despite Slow Start

Nearly a year in, United Airlines' experiment using buses to connect its Denver hub with several nearby communities appears off to a slow start. But that may not matter — yet — with the backing of CEO Scott Kirby.

United CEO Still Backing Denver Bus Service Pilot Despite Slow Start

Airlines

Frontier Airlines Looks to Raise $100 Million in 2nd Airline IPO This Year

Airline IPOs used to be rare, but Frontier now is the second airline in as many months to say it's going public. This is in the midst of the worst crisis the industry has faced in a century. For investors, that spells opportunity.

Frontier Airlines Looks to Raise $100 Million in 2nd Airline IPO This Year

Airline Weekly

Airlines Feeling a Lift From Rocky Mountain Hubs

Airlines Feeling a Lift From Rocky Mountain Hubs

Airlines

United Airlines Plays Up Its Denver Advantage as Global Routes Suffer

No doubt United President Scott Kirby has a high opinion of his talents. But he said United's Denver gamble would pay off. And by all accounts, it has.

United Airlines Plays Up Its Denver Advantage as Global Routes Suffer

Airlines

Here’s Why the Next Great U.S. Airfare Battle Will Take Place in Denver

It's not clear whether United or Frontier will win this battle in Denver. But what is nearly certain is that passengers will be the beneficiaries. They'll likely find cheaper fares.

Here’s Why the Next Great U.S. Airfare Battle Will Take Place in Denver

Tourism

Travel on Tap: The Rise of Craft Beer Tourism

Craft Beer is big business in America with a proven ability engage a new travel consumer who will spend added dollars to visit local neighborhoods and beer-themed events.

Travel on Tap: The Rise of Craft Beer Tourism

Tourism

Colorado Had a Record Ski Season in 2016

Whether it's because of the great snow, skiing, or maybe the fact that Colorado is one of the few states where marijuana usage is legal, the Rocky Mountain State had a record number of visitors and sales tax revenues this year.

Colorado Had a Record Ski Season in 2016

Business Travel

Visit Denver Invests Big In Event Marketing to Woo Event Planners

The collaboration between Visit Denver and one of Chicago's economic development agencies shows how tourism bureaus can create dynamic experiences to engage conference planners in their source markets.

Visit Denver Invests Big In Event Marketing to Woo Event Planners