Overrun by tourists, American cities are taking aim at hotels | Curio

Overrun by tourists, American cities are taking aim at hotels

9 mins | Oct 24, 2019

Like Venice and Barcelona, some of America’s small historic cities are also starting to buckle. Places such as Charleston, S.C., and Portland, Maine, are starting to feel pressure after a decade-long boom in tourism. Now, locals are directing their anger at hoteliers. Michael Sasso writing in Bloomberg Businessweek explains.

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From Bloomberg Businessweek