What’s New in Mass. Travel to the Bay Area?
It’s been almost a month since we last checked in with the Bay State.
Now, we’re back in touch with a host of tourism-related news outlets to see what’s been happening in the region.
First up, we’ve got a review of what’s happening to visitors to Massachusetts and the Commonwealth, as well as the news in Sacramento, CA.
The next installment of the series is a look at the most recent news on California’s new tourism boom.
Next up is a quick look at what’s going on in California’s Golden State, and then we’ll take a look back at the past week.
Next up is the latest news from the Bay area, with updates from Sacramento, San Francisco, San Jose, Oakland, Sacramento, and more.
We’ll have more from Sacramento as we get it.
The latest news on the state of the tourism industry in California.
We’re taking a look into some of the big headlines from the past two weeks, including the announcement that Bay Area companies will be allowed to open up to 200 hotel rooms and condominiums per year.
This is the first step in a long process, but the process could potentially help keep the Bay, and the region, safe.
California officials are also announcing plans to increase hotel occupancy to 1 million a year.
While that’s not going to be enough to keep everyone from staying at home, it’s the first time in decades that occupancy is higher than 10% of hotel rooms.
In other words, the state is making progress in helping to keep Bay Area residents and visitors safe.
Last week, a new study showed that more than 80% of visitors to the state report that they are planning to return to California after a vacation.
In addition, the study found that nearly half of Californians plan to visit California for more than 10 years, which is up from 37% last year.
The findings suggest that the Bay is finally ready for the next wave of visitors.
But how much is this a wave?
While the data shows that most visitors are staying longer than 10 months, some experts are worried that California is getting too far ahead of itself.
While the state could benefit from more hotel occupancy, the economic effects of those new hotel rooms will only come once occupancy increases.
For that reason, experts are urging the government to make hotel occupancy rules a priority.
The California Department of Tourism and Convention (CDOTC) has set up a task force to review the current state of hotel occupancy.
According to CDOTC Director of Tourism Operations Tom Schleif, the task force is “committed to working with the state and other stakeholders to provide clarity on how to manage the current hotel occupancy and increase occupancy in the future.”
CDOTc is hoping that this will help keep guests happy and promote tourism.
The next step is to determine if any changes are needed to the rules that govern how long hotels can be open.
If the taskforce determines that any changes need to be made, they will then submit their recommendations to CDOTSC, which will make recommendations to the legislature.
As it stands, most hotels are not required to open more than a year, so some businesses are planning on opening a few more days each year.
However, many hotels are currently not allowed to exceed 10 days per year, meaning many of those hotels may be able to open as early as September.
If you’re planning on visiting California after your trip, the last thing you want to do is leave early because of the new rules.
If you need to book a hotel room or condominium before you get to California, here are some tips to keep in mind:Do you have a family member who is planning to visit?
The best advice is to do your homework and keep an eye on their travel plans.
The CDOT CCT is a great place to find out what they plan on doing.
The agency also has information on what the current rules are, as are the state’s travel agencies.
Are you a new tourist?
If you’re a first-time visitor, make sure you get in touch directly with the agency to set up an appointment.
If they don’t know what to expect, they can help you find an agency that will be a great fit for you.
Be sure to check back in a few weeks for the latest updates on California tourism.
We will continue to update this series with news from Sacramento and other California cities.
For more information on California, see our travel guide to the Golden State.