“This summer, travelers are looking beyond typical beach-centric destinations and considering places like Orlando, New York, Chicago and New Orleans to explore with their families and friends,” said Brian King, Global Officer, Digital, Distribution & Global Sales, Marriott International. “They’re also more eager this year than last year to bring their pets, stay a little longer and seek out good value.” Marriott, which operates more than 6,000 hotels in more than 120 countries, analyzed multiple Marriott-owned data sources including Marriott.com, in addition to surveying more than 2,000 consumers with a proprietary study on their summer travel hacks. Get the full story at Marriott