What US hoteliers expect from travelers this summer

While travel remains a priority for most consumers, it's now a matter of how much they're willing to spend and for how long

Jul 4, 2023

With summer in North America in full swing, hoteliers are keeping track of current demand trends, revamping on-property offerings and taking advantage of major citywide events.

Key takeaways

  • As some markets are exploding with demand from citywide events this summer, certain destination markets such as Miami and Daytona Beach, Florida, are proving to be less popular;
  • International travel to the U.S. has yet to fully recover, as 8% more Americans traveled abroad, but 19.6% fewer international travelers came to the U.S. in May 2023 compared with 2019;
  • Consumers are no longer buying on impulse when it comes to booking travel and are willing to shop around more, including booking trips outside of popular holiday periods.

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