When New York City moved shelter residents into tourist hotels on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, the neighborhood’s values were tested.
They are small, ambitious and target savvy travelers. But their main goal is to improve the home-sharing experience for hosts and renters alike.
Here we are, wondering aloud about the oversight capabilities of hotel franchises, and what powers they can exert over their thousands of individual owners. Thanks Covid-19.
While the national jobless rate has rebounded as many states started to reopen, New Yorkers continue to lose jobs and seek benefits.
While the contact-tracing challenges faced by Las Vegas are extreme, they highlight larger systemic problems in monitoring the coronavirus across the country.
Will a stripped-down version of the city attract the same number of visitors who used to come to party at pools, dance in nightclubs and gamble in casinos?
Plans to launch a brand of Trump hotels in Mississippi fizzled when the president’s family business walked away. Now a former partner has received coronavirus relief loans as he completes the project.
The coronavirus scuttled plans and forced officials to ask people to get out of the woods. Of the thousands who hoped to hike the trail this year, only a few hundred remain.
Monty Bennett says the government should help people like him. When it came to the Paycheck Protection Program, he made sure it did.
“Stay home” measures have helped Italy control the coronavirus, but home is also a dangerous place that may be propping up the infection curve the lockdown was meant to suppress.
The number of new infections outside China has outpaced those inside the country for the first time, according to the World Health Organization.
Hotels, stores and destinations across the Continent have come to rely on visitors from China. Quarantine measures have changed all that.