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Three New York City hostels have been closed, apparently for safety violations:
Ikea is opening a hostel in Norway where shoppers can stay overnight:
Web Reservations International (Hostelworld) has launched their new travel site called Boo.com.
The Baltimore Hostel will be re-opening after eight years:
After eight years without one, Baltimore is close to welcoming a hostel back to town.
TheAge.com just ran an article an article on Lonely Planet's Haystack booking engine.
Three giants of online travel are teaming up:
Three global internet giants for online travel booking, mapping and editorials, Travelocity, Google and Lonely Planet, will partner with Fairfax Digital to create four travel websites for Australians.
A recent article at ChinaDaily.com writes about youth hostel promotion in China.
An article in the State Hornet talks about hostels near Sacramento, California:
A news article covers WRI's plans "to revolutionize online travel":
Dublin internet firm Web Reservations International has set itself an ambitious task: to revolutionise online travel and join the ranks of the internet giants.
Hostels in Waikiki are covered in the mainstream news:
Three hostels sit nearly side by side along Lemon Road, a small street in Waikiki.