U.S. travelers between the ages of 20 and 36 years (the ones featured in all that Airbnb marketing over the past year - on TV, Instagram and even the company’s own magazine) prefer a licensed, staffed hotel to an Airbnb rental. This despite the home-sharing service’s continued increase in capacity in 65,000 cities. The ‘Future of U.S. Millennial Travel’ report surveyed more than 1,600 active U.S. Millennial travelers and found that despite 52% of respondents saying they regularly or occasionally use owner-direct rental services like Airbnb, it is actually among their least-preferred choices in terms of accommodation. In fact, only 23% said that a short-term apartment and/or condo rental was their preferred type of accommodation. Get the full story at Resonance