New travel inspiration indicator reveals best deals for spring tours

Published on : Monday, April 18, 2016

hotwireSpring is here. A time of year when many get the travel bug: from the warm-blooded in search of sunshine to winter sports enthusiasts seeking a few more months of snowy enjoyment to students seeking the hottest party beaches. There are also spring festivals, graduations to attend, and families taking trips over spring break. The Hotwire Travel Inspiration Indicator is a new quarterly guide designed to provide insights on the best deals, what’s trending in travel, and how to make spontaneous travel moments attainable for everyone.



Consumers are spending more on travel than ever before, too. According to Statista, domestic travel was up 11 billion dollars in 2015 compared to 2014, with an estimated increase of 31 billion dollars in 2016. In fact, an American Express survey shows vacation planning is at a high, with 70 percent expecting to travel for leisure in 2016, up from 66 percent in 2015. Domestic travel continues to be the most popular form of vacationing at 55 percent versus 52 percent in 2015. That means more people are likely to travel in the U.S. this spring…and Hotwire wants to help them get the most out of their trip-taking dollar.




Best cities to travel to for under $250 a night in April, May, and June

For travelers looking to get the most bang for their buck, and who want to stay in top-notch hotels without paying top-dollar, we’ve crunched the numbers to find where the best deals are this season.


    Overall best value for all travelers in Spring 2016


Family Friendly

For families looking for some fun in the sun this spring, there are great deals to be found.



Travel with Friends

Hotwire found the best cities that won’t break the bank for a girl’s or guy’s weekend getaway.



Off the beaten path

Travel to these smaller cities that have great food, art, festivals and culture.


Traveling to the Carolinas? You’ll have tons of affordable options. If you’re traveling to Asheville in May, stay in a hotel for $150 a night on average. Both Raleigh and Charlotte are around $100 all spring, and Hilton Head prices can even be found for as low as $165.


Make the most of business travel

Hotwire encourages travelers to take a long weekend trip after that big sales conference.



Insights about U.S. travel this season




Tips and tricks from Hotwire on how consumers can get the most value for their travel dollars


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