The non-hotel category, which includes restaurants, vacation rentals and attractions (recently rebranded as Experiences) grew 36% from $58 million in Q1 2017 to $79 million in Q1 2018, while hotel revenue dipped 5% from $314 million to $299 million over the same period. The non-hotel segment also saw a jump in total adjusted EBITDA at nearly 50%, while for hotels, there was no change. Overall adjusted EBITDA across the business was up 10% to $80 million between the first quarters in 2017 and 2018. The rebranded Experiences business grew bookable products to more than 104,000 in Q1 – a more than 80% increase year-over-year. Get the full story at Phocuswire and Skift Read also "TripAdvisor grows, as does its influence on hotel bookings"