June News Flash: Hawaiian Hotels and America’s Emerging Destinations

June 1, 2017

Where to go this month?


Hawaii is affordable as ever this August and September, so long as you book a hotel now. As the summer season closes, Hawaiian hotels prices are crashing along with it. Rates throughout the islands are over 50 percent off peak season prices, and Lahaina, in particular, is 53 percent cheaper than usual. Finally, an excuse to visit Kauai, not that you ever needed one.


Plans to head south of the border this fall? It’s time to book that fiesta-filled vacation. Hotel rates throughout Mexico are over 40 percent lower this September and October than their peak, seasonal prices, and popular resort destinations like Cancun, Mazatlan, and Cozumel aren’t exempt from the deals either. If fall’s too far away and you need an escape now [read: Margarita], then you’re in luck because hotel prices throughout Mexico–particularly in the Yucatan–are around 35 percent cheaper, and that includes the classy resorts in Nuevo Vallarta. So grab your sombrero, head to the Aztecs, and relax along the worldly beaches. Remember your sunscreen!

Need any additional travel prices and tips? Just shoot an email to tommy.burson@trivago.com.

Travel Tracker

Emerging Travel Destinations: Where are the next big vacation destinations? Based on Americans’ travel habits, it looks like Latin America and the National Parks are becoming the place to be.
Family Travel Habits:
Where are families traveling this summer? How much are they spending? And on what date are hotel prices the most affordable? You can learn it all and more in this year’s family travel trends.
Under the Radar LGBTQ Destinations:
Enough with San Francisco and NYC, what are some of the lesser known destinations with a burgeoning LGBTQ scene? Which are already popular to those in the know? Columbus, Richmond, Michigan’s Bible Belt, you’re in for some surprises.

On Our Radar

Summer Travel Trends: A complete, comprehensive guide to the most popular travel destinations around the world this summer, including how much people, from various countries, spend and where they tend to vacation.
Summer Music Festivals: Lollapalooza, Ultra, Governor’s Ball – We have the low-down on hotel prices for those music festivals where camping is not exactly an option.
Vacation Like a Local This Summer: Where do the French spend their summers? How about the Italians? Because it sure ain’t in Rome. We’ve got your “locals-only” guide to summer travel around the world.
Looking for any travel information or travel trends? Need some hotel pricing information? Don’t hesitate to contact, and we’ll help you with your story.

About trivago

Founded in 2005 and headquartered in Dusseldorf, Germany, trivago is a global hotel search platform focused on reshaping the way travelers search for and compare hotels. trivago’s mission is to “be the traveler’s first and independent source of information for finding the ideal hotel at the lowest rate.” As of September 30, 2016, trivago’s global hotel search platform offered access to approximately 1.3 million hotels in over 190 countries. trivago’s platform can be accessed globally via 55 localized websites and apps in 33 languages.

Featured image courtesy of Flickr / Marvin Chandra

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