Travelers are flocking to Palm Springs in droves to stay for the season.
The resort’s reputation as a premier destination for a wide range of travelers has helped it attract hundreds of thousands of visitors each year, making it the second most popular destination for holiday makers in the U.S. This year, Palm Springs is expected to surpass the $1.2 billion mark in hotel room occupancy.
The area’s population has doubled in the past decade and the number of hotels has doubled.
The Palm Springs area has a long history of attracting travelers from around the world, including many who have made the trip in order to experience some of the resort’s best attractions, such as its world-famous hotels, a number of which are now home to world-class art galleries.
With a population of over 2 million, the Palm Springs metropolitan area has an estimated GDP of $1 trillion, making the region one of America’s most valuable.
As the tourist season continues to pick up, the hotel industry has started to experience a boom, which in turn has been a boon for local hotels, which now make up about 5 percent of the overall economy.
This is largely thanks to the success of the hotel economy, which has made Palm Springs one of California’s top destinations for holidaymakers.
The growth of the tourism industry has come at a cost for some local residents.
Some residents have reported that hotel owners have begun charging higher rents and fees, which can have a detrimental effect on the local economy.
The issue has become a hot topic in local and national media, with the city of Palm Springs having been forced to take a series of measures in an effort to curb hotel rent hikes and increase their hotel occupancy rate.
In addition to hotel occupancy rates, the area’s hotels are also being flooded with new customers, with a recent survey conducted by the city showed that about 80 percent of hotel room bookings are for one or two nights, compared to just over half of the rooms booked for two nights.
In order to accommodate these additional guests, Palm Beach has been expanding its hotel capacity, creating a number for hotels to fill, while also offering other perks for those who are willing to stay longer.
For example, Palm Bay’s Marriott Grand, which is located just across the street from the iconic Hotel Transylviana, recently announced that it would be extending its rooms for two weeks from April 5 to April 12, and is offering free admission to the new Grand in addition to a free night at the iconic hotel.
The popularity of the Palm Beach area’s local hotels has led to a significant increase in the number and type of restaurants and retail stores within the area, which have also seen an increase in visitors.
These new businesses have helped to increase the region’s economic impact as well.
According to a report from the US.
Census Bureau, tourism spending has increased by 20 percent since 2007, which includes hotel and restaurant sales, lodging, and other related expenditures.
The region has also seen a 40 percent increase in hotel occupancy, with more than 2,200 hotels and restaurants opening in the last decade.
In 2017, the tourism business in Palm Beach County reached a record $8 billion, according to the Palm Bay Chamber of Commerce, which helped fuel a significant uptick in hotel revenue as well as a decrease in the amount of tourism revenue that Palm Springs has to spend on general corporate activities.
This growth has also helped fuel the region to be one of only a few counties in the country where tourism is growing faster than the overall population.
With the continued growth in tourism, Palm Beaches tourism industry is expected continue to grow, and it is expected that this will lead to an increase of approximately $40 billion in the region, according the Palm Beachers Chamber of Tourism.