A Kyoto hotel spreads its facilities over a neighborhood to give its guests an opportunity to experience local culture
As Amsterdam considers new regulations, Airbnb offers some interesting numbers and a rationale for allowing it to grow.
Hotel chains have been dipping their toes into the apartment rental business, but the route to success appears littered with obstacles.
Marilyn Jones has a spectacular first day in Turkey at a hotel that was once home to Ottoman royalty.
Airbnb agree on compliance with rules for displaying pricing and ownership of apartments, but issues remain over listings.
In a first-ever, an Italian court uses a jail term to discourage fake reviews.
Japan's roll of alternative lodgings grows again with a hostel created from former sleeping cars.
No illusion: those are dinosaurs at Registration, and they speak four languages at a Tokyo-area hotel.
Despite strong rivalry elsewhere, in Beppu, Japan the two sides are collaborating to draw more visitors to the area.
A computerized automated pancake maker in the motel breakfast room: Who knew?
Charlie Brown's fans get a new home in Kobe, Japan, where a small hotel has taken a big step into the Peanuts universe.
Conflicting messages from Chinese government agencies have left a spectacular publicity plan out in the cold.
The struggle over vacation rentals, with a new website that lets visitors check if their apartments are legal.
Edinburgh's Council has asked for powers to levy a 'bed tax' to support the city's infrastructure.
The Landmark Trust has a portfolio of 200 significant buildings, rescued and turned to holiday rentals.