Articles tagged “nyc”

Short-Term Rentals

The Future of Short-Term Rentals, as Seen by Industry Executives

Several executives speaking at the recent Skift Short-Term Rental Summit offered predictions for the future of the sector, and here are some noteworthy ones.

The Future of Short-Term Rentals, as Seen by Industry Executives

Podcasts

Google’s AI Travel Tools, NYC’s Room Crunch and Air France’s Olympics Lounge

Today's podcast looks at Google's AI travel tools, New York City's room crunch, and an Olympics-aimed airport lounge.

Google’s AI Travel Tools, NYC’s Room Crunch and Air France’s Olympics Lounge

Hotels

NYC Hotel Rates Soar Amid Airbnb Crackdown and Migrant Policy

New York hotels have faced a price crunch after the city lost about 10% of its travel lodging supply between new restrictions on short-term rentals and a program to convert many hotels into shelter for migrants.

NYC Hotel Rates Soar Amid Airbnb Crackdown and Migrant Policy

Daily Lodging Report

New York City’s Changing Supply Dynamics

Following a decade of historic growth, NYC hotel supply is expected to grow at an average annual rate of 1.6% over the next three years.

Short-Term Rentals

Airbnb Defacto Ban in NYC Spurs ‘Staggering’ Gains in New Jersey

It's good times for Airbnb hosts in two New Jersey cities within an easy mass transit commute of NYC.

Airbnb Defacto Ban in NYC Spurs ‘Staggering’ Gains in New Jersey

Daily Lodging Report

U.S. Hotels See Best Rates and Occupancy Since 2019

In 2023, the U.S. hotel industry posted its best results since 2019, with New York City experiencing the highest levels in each of the three key performance metrics: Occupancy: (+8.8% to 81.6%), ADR (+8.5% to $301.22) and RevPAR (+18.1% to $245.77). 

Short-Term Rentals

NYC Has Approved 22% of Short-Term Rental Host Applications

New York City's Office of Special Enforcement is getting a handle on the host registration process, but it is cumbersome.

NYC Has Approved 22% of Short-Term Rental Host Applications

Short-Term Rentals

Airbnb Claims NYC Crackdown Hasn’t Delivered on Consumer Promises

New York City's defacto short-term rental ban is harsh. Hopefully, the city will revisit the law to strike a more balanced approach.

Airbnb Claims NYC Crackdown Hasn’t Delivered on Consumer Promises

Short-Term Rentals

Airbnb Seeks to Expand Its Local Host Clubs

Airbnb's Host Clubs don't solely exist to enlist in local regulatory campaigns. But in the past, the company's public policy team has been heavily involved in their operations, and will be in the future.

Airbnb Seeks to Expand Its Local Host Clubs

Short-Term Rentals

Airbnb Lawsuit in New York Exposes Fake Listings Issue

Verifying listings has not been a top priority for Airbnb over the years. But trying to root out fake listings through verification measures is high on the agenda for 2024. The effort would leak into 2025 at a minimum.

Airbnb Lawsuit in New York Exposes Fake Listings Issue