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15/01/2020 View: 1.936

Danang Ranks TOP 1 In Google’s Trending Destinations In 2020 List.

Have you been tirelessly researching potential travel destinations for 2020? Maybe you need a little inspiration. Google is listing the top trending places to start off 2020. Some of the cities may surprise you.

In addition to seeing trending places, Google has a more robust hotel search tool for 2020. It can be easier to find personalized results for where to stay and how to optimize your visit.

Popular Destinations For 2020

Here are the top 10 trending destinations for 2020 (according to Google):


  • Da Nang, Vietnam
  • Sao Paolo, Brazil
  • Seoul, Korea
  • Tokyo, Japan
  • Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Marseille, France
  • Vienna, Austria
  • Bangkok, Thailand
  • Dubai, United Arab Emirates
  • Perth, Australia

Using Google Hotel Search

If you already use Google Flights to research flight options, their hotel search engine is stronger than before.

Instead of only searching for a place to sleep, check out these nifty features to find the best option for your travel budget.

When To Visit

You can now view the best times to visit a certain destination within the search screen. Typically you may need to open a separate tab to view a travel guide or find learn about the average weather conditions and holidays.

With Google, you can see the average temperature range, tourist traffic, and if the average nightly rate is above or below the usual rate.

If your travel schedule is flexible, you can quickly pick the month that has the best mix of weather, number of tourists, and hotel prices. For example, June is the peak travel season in Da Nang with the highest number of tourists and the most expensive hotel rates.

Where To Stay

Quickly see where the best neighborhoods can be to stay. In each neighborhood, you will see a quick summary of the area, key landmarks and amenities, and the average nightly rate. Scrolling down lets you filter different hotels.

In classic Google style, you can see an overhead Google Maps view of each hotel located within the neighborhood with the nightly rate. This might be the search tool you're most used to. Zooming in lets you pinpoint potential hotels and nearby amenities.

You can include or exclude certain neighborhoods which is a convenient feature if you are looking to avoid something specific like crowded areas.

What You'll Pay

The third research feature is seeing the nightly rate by hotel star rating. Guessing what a fair price is can be a guessing game. Google monitors the average nightly costs.

A 5-star hotel in Da Nang generally costs between $130 and $185 per night during the month of January. As of the time of publishing, the average room only goes for $129. So you won't need to worry about overpaying if you find a room near the $129 per nightly rate.

You can see the nightly rate and total price. Either pricing option lets you quickly see if you can afford your desired hotel.

Compare Prices By Booking Site

Researching travel can be time-consuming when you compare prices on multiple travel booking sites. As Google is a search engine, you can compare the travel costs for the same hotel on the same screen. You don't have to worry about pop-ups or switching between tabs to compare rates.

It's easy to price shop on the mobile or desktop version of Google's hotel search engine.

See Hotel Deals

If you love searching for travel deals, you can choose the "Just Deals" filter to only see hotels that cost less than their average rate. This can be a fun way to find a property you normally wouldn't pay extra to stay at. But since the room is on sale, why not treat yourself?

Hotels vs Vacation Rentals

A growing trend is to stay at a vacation rental instead of a hotel. For roughly the same price as a hotel room, you can rent an apartment or a whole house for a more comfortable stay. You can now research hotels and vacation rentals with Google.

Search Hotels By Amenity

It's possible to search for hotels and vacation rentals by amenity. Some of the examples include free WiFi, air conditioning, on-site restaurant and bar or being kid-friendly and pet-friendly.

To further refine your search, you can filter results by hotel brand and price.

See Guest Ratings

If you rely on recent feedback from guests, you can read guest reviews in the hotel search engine. These ratings can help you discover if the prospective property is currently undergoing renovations. Or maybe you can see suggestions that can help improve your stay so you don't make classic tourist mistakes.

Personalized Results

Google will highlight hotels you have looked at in the past. If you have been researching local landmarks first, Google may recommend nearby hotels to reduce your research time.

Plan Your Trip On Multiple Devices

One reason to research your next trip using Google is that your recent search activity is accessible from your other devices. As long as you're logged into your Google account, you can pause your current search and resume on a different device.

For a fun getaway in the new year, consider going to one of the top 10 destinations for 2020. Then you can quickly research your flight and hotel options to find the best times to travel at the right price.


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