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What’s in Store for Travel this Summer?

Dreaming of sunnier days and the warmth of sunshine on your shoulders? You're far from alone. A new forecast from HomeToGo indicates the U.S. is already seeing a ~30% boost for vacation rental bookings in summer 2021 compared to the previous year. Learn what other key takeaways were found in their summer travel forecast.

HomeToGo took a look at the top search and booking trends for trips planned in summer 2021 and found that travelers are mostly staying stateside: 86% of searches being for domestic travel, with searches for spots on the East Coast seeing the biggest lift. Interestingly, rural reigns over urban (for now), with only 12% of searches being for urban destinations.

For groups looking to get vacation homes while staying aware of their spending, the forecast found 10 destinations that proved to be the most affordable options for the budget-conscious:

  • Orlando, Florida
  • Upper Peninsula, Michigan
  • New York City, New York
  • Fort Meyers Beach, Florida
  • Honolulu, Hawaii
  • Sanibel Island, Florida
  • Siesta Key, Florida
  • Miami, Florida,
  • Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri
  • Glacier National Park, Montana

Because there's such a pent-up demand for travel, there are also groups who are looking to make up for lost time and go all out with their summer travel plans—think lavish poolsides, stunning beach homes and luxurious weekend getaways. The forecast found these 10 destinations to be the most luxurious and sought after for the no-holds-barred traveler:

  • The Hamptons, New York
  • Nantucket, Massachusetts
  • Montauk, New York
  • Seaside, Florida
  • Avalon, New Jersey
  • Corolla (Outer Banks), North Carolina
  • Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts
  • Isle of Palms, South Carolina
  • Beach Haven, New Jersey
  • Chatham, Massachusetts

Where will your groups look to relax this summer season?

Written by Sarah Suydam, Managing Editor for Groups Today.


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