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Articles tagged “short-term rentals”

Online Travel

Expedia Buys Two Startups to Help Landlords Turn Apartments Into Short-Term Rentals

When it comes to the acquisition game, Expedia Group CEO Mark Okerstrom is one of the travel industry's savviest players. It's fun to see him back at it, after a mostly quiet period of him settling into the company's top job.

Expedia Buys Two Startups to Help Landlords Turn Apartments Into Short-Term Rentals

Hotels

Hyatt’s $22 Million Charge Underscores Hotels’ Homesharing Struggles

Seems like both Hyatt and AccorHotels are struggling to find ways to make private accommodations work with their current business models. But we don't think they should give up hope just yet.

Hyatt’s $22 Million Charge Underscores Hotels’ Homesharing Struggles
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Hotels

Marriott Experiments With Homesharing

Leave it to Marriott to figure out a way to make homesharing work for the hotel industry. But as we've noted before, this space has its challenges, and figuring out the logistics and differences between managing homes and hotels will be crucial.

Marriott Experiments With Homesharing

Hotels

Airbnb’s Response to Paris Lawsuit Is the Same Old Story

Airbnb has crafted an ideal template for telling the same old story when it comes to dealing with short-term rental regulations around the world, and more cities just don't seem to want to hear it anymore.

Airbnb’s Response to Paris Lawsuit Is the Same Old Story

Hotels

Airbnb Plus’ Risky Bet to Push Homesharing to a New Level

If Airbnb is successful with Airbnb Plus, it will ensure that alternative accommodations are no longer seen as an alternative. But making it a success will be easier said than done.

Airbnb Plus’ Risky Bet to Push Homesharing to a New Level

Online Travel

Booking Targets Urban Apartments in Vacation Rental Land Grab

Booking.com now wants to sign up all types of alternative accommodations, even short-term rental apartments that face increased regulation in many cities. CEO Glenn Fogel seems to think that the ultimate winner of the online travel game will be whoever has the most beds in the end.

Booking Targets Urban Apartments in Vacation Rental Land Grab

Hotels

Short-Term Rental Ban in Berlin for Airbnb and Others Appears to Be Eroding

Despite the latest court ruling loosening restrictions on short-term rentals in Berlin, there are still plenty of questions left regarding what the city's laws on home-sharing really mean.

Short-Term Rental Ban in Berlin for Airbnb and Others Appears to Be Eroding

Overtourism

Barcelona Overtourism: Airbnb and Short-Term Rentals

Tourist apartments are an integral part of Barcelona's tourism industry today so it is time both parties step beyond the limitations of permits and legal claims to seek a holistic approach that protects residents' quality of life while also housing visitors.

Barcelona Overtourism: Airbnb and Short-Term Rentals

Hotels

Airbnb Tries to Clear Away Political and Legal Challenges in New York and San Francisco

With its latest public policy efforts, Airbnb is inching toward legitimacy by being more willing to share information with cities. But is this enough to appropriately address the real issues, and will cities be willing to meet them halfway?

Airbnb Tries to Clear Away Political and Legal Challenges in New York and San Francisco

Hotels

UBS Report Says Regulation Slows Airbnb Growth in Popular Markets

Does this mean short-term rental regulations are actually working? Or just that Airbnb’s business is maturing?