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Where did Americans travel most in the first half of 2015?

Hotel Price Index reveals Midwest, Southwest and Western cities are surging domestically. The Grand Canyon is now considered a top domestic destination, after drawing in visitors from around the country and jumping dramatically in popularity. New York, Orlando, and Las Vegas are yet again the most popular destinations for international travelers looking to experience the U.S. culture.
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    STR Global: EMEA, Americas hotel results for July 2015

    Compared to July 2014, Europe reported a 5.1% increase in occupancy to 77.3%, an 8.0% increase in average daily rate to EUR117.70 and a 13.5% increase in revenue per available room to EUR90.93. The Middle East/Africa region reported a 12.1% increase in occupancy to 55.1%, a 5.3% rise in average daily rate to US$159.10 and an 18.1% increase in revenue per available room to US$87.69.

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