The failure of hotel loyalty programs to defend against Airbnb, quantified

The failure of hotel loyalty programs to defend against Airbnb, quantified Members of hotel loyalty programs are more likely than other travelers to have booked a stay in Airbnb. Thirty-six percent of travelers enrolled in a hotel loyalty program say they’ve tried Airbnb, compared to 15% of non-loyalty travelers, according to a report from Morgan Stanley Research. Source: Hotel Marketing The failure of hotel loyalty programs to defend against Airbnb, quantified

Airbnb: We’re a positive force in black and Latino neighborhoods

Airbnb: We’re a positive force in black and Latino neighborhoods Airbnb says that’s why its business is better for black, Latino and other non-white neighborhoods than hotels – rather than having places clustered in one neighborhood, its rentals are dispersed throughout cities and that brings in more money to those areas. Source: Hotel Marketing Airbnb: We’re a positive force in black and Latino neighborhoods