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Airfare and hotel rates up, industry making slow rebound

Across the country and in Colorado business travelers are paying more this year than last year for domestic airfare, international airfare and hotel lodging – a positive sign for the travel and hotel industries. A travel pricing snapshot for second quarter 2011, released this week by American Express Global Business Travel eXpert insights Business Travel… Continue Reading Airfare and hotel rates up, industry making slow rebound

Hotel occupancy numbers on the rise

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Hotel occupancy numbers for Colorado Springs are almost as hot as the weather, lately. The Rocky Mountain Lodging Report for June showed a jump in occupancy from 68.1 percent in May to nearly 78 percent in June. Of course, occupancy typically increases in June over May and peaks in July. However, year-to-date, occupancy in the… Continue Reading Hotel occupancy numbers on the rise

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So far this season, tourism is making a healthy recovery in the Pikes Peak region. Occupancy at area hotels increased to 68.1 percent in May, up from 59.2 percent in May 2009. And Colorado Springs has higher occupancy rates than the state average, which increased from 56.9 percent in May, up from 52.4 percent in 2009.… Continue Reading Higher hotel occupancy rates point to healthy tourism season

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