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Ask Anthony: Is Airbnb Hurting Hotels?

Ask Anthony: Is Airbnb Hurting Hotels?

Anthony Melchiorri, hotel fixer and host of Travel Channel’s Hotel Impossible, loves dishing out advice. From sharing best practices to tackling operational issues, he’s here to answer your questions. What’s your take on Airbnb, and is it hurting hotels? A ...

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Squatter Prompts Airbnb to Tweak Platform

Squatter Prompts Airbnb to Tweak Platform

A recent rental through Airbnb in Palm Springs, Calif., has resulted in a squatter, according to this report from USA Today. After the tenant’s 44-day rental ended, he refused to leave the condo claiming he was still living there legally. ...

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IHG’s Kirk Kinsell On Even Hotels, Airbnb, and More

IHG’s Kirk Kinsell On Even Hotels, Airbnb, and More

Hours before being honored by the UJA-Federation of New York’s Hospitality Division at a cocktail reception, Kirk Kinsell sat down with Lodging magazine at the InterContinental New York Times Square. Just slightly away from the buzz of the NYU International ...

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Should You Worry About Airbnb?

Should You Worry About Airbnb?

Say what you will about Airbnb, the San Francisco-based company gets headlines. That’s largely because the online marketplace for short-term room rentals is sending a shot across the bow of the hospitality establishment. While some of the industry’s entrenched players ...

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Airbnb Fights to Keep Host Data

Airbnb Fights to Keep Host Data

Home-sharing site Airbnb went to court in Albany, N.Y., April 22 to fight New York Attorney General Eric. T. Schneiderman’s demand for host data. Schneiderman is seeking to enforce a subpoena, issued in October, to gain access to user records ...

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