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Beg bugs are a pain for travelers — but they're just as inconvenient for the hotels.
The hotels chaines may have conspired to keep their rates up when consumers booked online.
You may want to pack some disinfectant wipes after reading this.
Check out the new Bubbletent Australia retreat in New South Wales' Capertee Valley.
The Moxy, a new Marriott brand, offers "clean, stylish, quality rooms" in central Manhattan for as little $99 per night.
The victim called police after examining an alarm clock in her room.
What steps can you take to solve the problem?
Rooms with a view.
A video of five international hotels in Beijing has revealed unchanged bed linen and dirty toilets.
While it's presented as an enhancement, IHG is joining Hilton and Marriott in reducing or eliminating the option of same-day cancellations.
She is suing the Embassy Suites by Hilton Palm Desert, alleging that the bites affected her modeling career.
Adding insult to injury, the guest gave the owner a low three-star rating.
You can find cozy and affordable lodging in every state.
China punished the world’s biggest hotel chain for listing Chinese-claimed regions such as Tibet and Taiwan as separate countries in a customer questionnaire.
The Indiana Attorney General has filed a suit against Abbey Inn & Suites in Brown County, Indiana.
Book a stay at this remote Norwegian hotel on an Arctic island.
A Cold War-era missile silo that housed a nuclear warhead 65 years ago was later converted into an underground mansion and is now an Airbnb location.
From herons to horses, several properties around the planet provide encounters with animals for their guests alongside the regular room service.
Bad publicity for the Holiday Inn Express and Suites in Katy, Texas.
More hotel guests are looking to be able to order food the way they do at home.
You'll soon be able to "sleep with the fishes" king-size bedroom below the water at the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island.
Take your choice of a former prison, a boathouse, a treehouse, a lighthouse, castle or a cave.
Hampton Inn, part of the Hilton family, is the most expensed hotel chain among business travelers.
What could possibly go wrong?
A few are useful reminders, while others are obvious and tipping the housekeeper is not a "must."
It seems that people continue to find them.
The Bubble at the 5 Million Star Hotel, in Skalholt, offers the ultimate "room with a view."
Probably needed at some airports. Many details to sort out though.
Glamping is for people who want to "rough it" in luxury.
The use of hotels to house the "undomiciled" has been a hot-button issue in recent years, with many in Queens being utilized and paid for with taxpayer dollars.