More eco-friendly travel amongst trend predictions for 2020opens in new window
This summer we not only begin a new year, but a new decade and experts say it'll will bring about an entirely new set of travel trends. Website Booking.com has released research that analysed data from more than 22,000 travellers and over 180 million verified guest reviews, to find out what trends we can expect in the new year.
06
Nov
2019
www.newshub.co.nz
Paws for thought: 2020 will see travellers putting their pets in the priority laneopens in new window
Recent research from Booking.com reveals that over seven in 10 (73%) global pet owners consider their pet to be a fully-fledged member of the family and almost half (42%) admit that they would enjoy their vacation more if they got to bring their pet along.
06
Nov
2019
drifttravel.com
See The Northern Lights In Complete Comfort At These Amazing Destinationsopens in new window
Booking.com has compiled a list - with pictures for those of us who can only dream of such a holiday - detailing their best hotels to get the Northern Lights experience without freezing your goolies off.
05
Nov
2019
www.ladbible.com
Mega pursuits in Mexico Cityopens in new window
Booking.com research increasingly shows that Kiwis love staking out distinctive accommodation experiences and in a mega-city, selecting the right location is critical. Don’t leave it to chance.
04
Nov
2019
fortheloveoftravel.net.nz
‘Yoga adds flexibility and balance to my life’opens in new window
Ritu Mehrotra, country manager of India, Sri Lanka and Maldives at Booking.com, 32, has been heading the South Asian region of the travel fare and lodging aggregator website since 2017. An alumna of the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade and the Harvard Business School, Mehrotra has worked with Pacific Global, Bristlecone and Zomato. She also tried her hand at entrepreneurship as the founder of e-commerce site Green Plate, which offers organic, healthy meals to corporates in the US. She’s based in Gurgaon.
03
Nov
2019
www.livemint.com

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