I Tried To Book A Hotel, Here’s How It Went is an app designed for travelers who need a hotel room for a few hours, not overnight.
The new hotel trend: Rent a room for a day (and no, not for what you’re thinking)
If you’re tired of battling your roommates for bandwidth during your umpteenth work Zoom call or you just need a break from hunching over your laptop in your bedroom (aka your “home office”), there’s a new remote workspace to consider: a hotel room.
9+ must-have apps to survive the holiday travel season
The holiday travel season is quickly approaching and although airports might look very different than what we’ve seen in the past, you’ll still see some crowded terminals, be faced with overpriced food, encounter the inevitable flight delays and cancellations and, of course, the even more heightened frayed nerves. But thanks to your smartphone, you have the power to minimize all that is bad about air travel — if you download the right apps. Here are the apps that help alleviate the pain points of travel, especially in today’s world.
 Tired of the same old home office? Punch the clock in a hotel guest room.
At the Park Hyatt in Washington, D.C., I had to resist. No swaddling in the plush bathrobe. No running a hot bath. No clicking through the movie channels. No vacation-style activities.Published on | 03/13/2017 I Direct link
The 23 Best Travel Apps Every Traveler Should Know About
Using the right apps during a trip can help save you both time and money, while making the experience much less stressful. These travel apps can also give you a number of local recommendations and hidden gems that tourists don’t often get to see, and the best part is, some of them are completely free. Whether you’re looking for an app that will give you discounts to popular local events, get you a last-minute booking at a fraction of the price, or help you breeze through the airport, these are the 23 best travel apps you’ll want to download before your next trip.
Downtown hotels now catering to a day-stay clientele
Facing a surge of new competition that's hampered bottom-line growth, more Chicago hotels are offering day stays—despite the "no-tell motel" vibes that such a move might evoke.
Tired, Hot or Hungry? We Found the Apps for You
Mobile travel apps, particularly those for “experiences,” are proliferating these days. Just a few searches and the tap-tap-tapping of credit card numbers into your cellphone seem to yield whatever you want, whenever and wherever you want it. But do they deliver? I tested several apps (and one mobile-friendly website) over the past few months that travelers might find useful. Here are four worth mentioning.
For Business Travelers, Apps to Find Enviable Workspaces
BUSINESS TRAVEL has many, many downsides: barbaric jet lag, cramped seats, cacophonous hotel rooms, delays when it comes to flights, trains, rental cars. But one aspect of working on the road has gotten an upgrade in recent years: Thanks to clever new apps and websites, you can now efficiently find a place to park with your laptop. Whether you’re looking for a half-day hotel room to bridge the gap between checkout and takeoff, a private place to record your podcast or a poolside seat with high-speed Wi-Fi, these apps can pump up your productivity, pleasurably.
Upgrade business travel with hotel hacks, proper tipping and the miracle of packing cubes
It’s June, airports are busy, and with the Transportation Security Administration’s projected 4.5% increase in passengers and only a 2.5% increase in staffing, security lines will likely be long this summer. That’s bad news for travelers of all stripes at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, which processes almost 170,000 travelers during its busiest summer travel days, according to the airport’s estimates. And it can be especially frustrating if your job is what takes you out of town. Here are our tried-and-true tips for surviving peak summer flying season as a business traveler — and making your journey as pleasant as possible once you land.
Take a Trip…To Take a Nap
While we might not be known as the city that never sleeps, life moves so fast these days that Houstonians, like most Americans are sleep deprived. While technological advances have made us have...
9 Travel Apps That Will Save Money
With so many apps on the market today it can be difficult to find the best. Luckily, we sifted and sorted to find the top money-saving (and even money-making) travel apps.
Reserving A Day Hotel Room On Dayuse
Have you ever reserved a day room after an overnight flight?
The Most Romantic Hotels in Driving Distance of Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara is a must-visit destination and they are so many romantic hotels in driving distance of this gorgeous beach-side town. Here are our top three recommendations for the most romantic hotels near Santa Barbara.
How to Enjoy San Diego’s Finest Hotels and Resorts—Without the Room Charge
Don’t let tourists have all the fun—soak up all the same hotel amenities as guests for a fraction of the price
You can book a "daycation" in hotels to avail of their leisure and relaxation facilities
Those who save on holiday costs by booking cheaper accommodation options like Airbnb can still avail of the comforts of hotel amenities.
3 New Services That Bring Hotel Amenities to Travelers Not in Hotels
Home sharing services like Airbnb can be great money savers. But the greatest money savers tend to require skipping common hotel amenities like fitness centers, spas, pools and room service. Now, naturally, there’s an app for that. Make that apps, plural, including the following new ones that offer non-hotel guests access to hotel services.
9 Travel Apps That Will Save Money
With so many apps on the market today it can be difficult to find the best. Luckily, we sifted and sorted to find the top money-saving (and even money-making) travel apps.
15 best travel apps for your next trip
The wonder of travel is in the sights and sounds of your new location, but if a tool could smooth your path and free up your senses, you would use it, right?
You Can Now Rent Hotel Rooms by the Minute
Renting rooms by the hour is not a new idea. Just ask any member of the world's oldest profession.