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Airbnb) It recently raised $10 million in funding New twists on hotels too are emerging companies like Common a model of flexible shared housing with outposts primarily in Brooklyn; and Arlo a new hotel brand that calls itself "homebase for urban explorers" Its all part of the rapid mainstreaming of the fast-growing category of "alternative accommodations" and plenty of players in the hospitality industry want in on it There are many ways to slice it and in a curious number of these cases the websites designs friendly voices and review systems all bear an uncanny resemblance to Airbnb But the idea of something thats not your fathers hotel room has taken hold "Its a really relevant and growing space in the accommodations pie" says Stanberry of Oasis "And theres no question it continues to grow" Of course there will always be a market for hotels even a robust one Many people would never be caught dead staying in someone elses home or apartment no matter how high-end the service Marriotts Arne Sorenson observes that one reason Uber has taken off is that the level of quality it offers is dramatically higher than that of a taxi which can be "awful" and in many cities hard to find "In the hotel business" he told Surface magazine "I still think we can deliver better service so we dont have quite the same risk" David Kong CEO of Best Western points out the many things hotels provide that Airbnb cant: the lobby a social gathering space; a staff member to greet you; the ability to call the front desk and request an extra blanket or have something fixed if its not working "You can only find that in a hotel" he says A former colleague of mine for whom travel has been a lifelong passion swears off anything related to staying in someones home "I want a place thats bigger than my own apartment with crisp white sheets a big TV and really good air conditioning" she says And she adores room service: "I love how they roll in the cart the vase with flowers everything" If she has a noisy neighbor or something doesnt work she likes knowing she can call the front desk and they will send someone to fix it or give her a new room I can see her point: when I can afford the splurge or when my company is paying the bill I love staying in upscale hotels; theres a reason the Airbnb host I stayed with in Georgetown referred to me as the "Four Seasons lady" And while Nike used Oasis for some of its travel needs during the Olympics Stanberry points out that the company also booked plenty of hotel rooms essentially commandeering one of the citys hotels for its workers Theres no question the hospitality landscape is changing before our eyes One former hotel-industry top executive who says he too was initially dismissive of the threat posed by Airbnb and its ilk says in hindsight he now understands why "I superimposed my own forty-something personal preferences" he says "What about the sheets the mattress How would I get the key I had all the fears of an older person" The younger generation he says has grown up without the fears and biases that he had and has known only a world with Airbnb in it Young people are "Airbnb native" in the same way they are "digital native"; for many in this group staying in a chain hotel room is as foreign as talking on a landline walking into a bank branch or watching a television show at the actual time it airs "Airbnb educated an entire generation" the executive says And the companys hand becomes even stronger he says the more its able to use its data to accurately predict and deliver exactly what its consumers want "I would not bet a cent against Uber or Airbnb" he says Leigh Gallagher is an assistant managing editor at Fortune co-chair of the Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit and the author of The Airbnb Story and The End of the Suburbs Excerpted from The Airbnb Story: How Three Ordinary Guys Disrupted an Industry Made Billions and Created Plenty of Controversy by Leigh Gallagher Copyright 2017 by Leigh Gallagher Used by permission of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company All rights reserved Contact us at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editorsImages of smoke plumes rising over the Iraqi desert as troops move to liberate Mosul from ISIS may seem very far removed from life in Europe But the turmoil could spill into the continent as the offensive puts both refugees and foreign jihadists on the move and strains delicate relations with Turkey The most urgent concern for Europe voiced this week by French President François Hollande is the presence of around 4000 Europeans fighting with extremists in Iraq and Syria If Mosul and ISIS’s Syrian stronghold of Raqqa fall it could force legions of battle-hardened youths back to a continent already reeling from a wave of terror attacks "Foreigners will not find it easy to go into the underground insurgency that the Iraqi members of ISIS will join and it is similar in Syria" says Richard Barrett a former British counter-terrorism official who is now an associate fellow at the Royal United Services Institute in London "People may move on elsewhere or they may go back home But many of them will not be able to stay or want to stay in Syria or Iraq” Countries in Europe have insufficient policies for those that do come home Barrett says Simply jailing the most dangerous jihadists and returning the rest to the communities they came from will backfire he warns and could lead to further radicalization if the alienation and lack of connection which attracted the youngsters to extremist ideology in the first place is not addressed "In their home conditions [the returnees] now have some cache. misleading the people?seeking votes for BJD candidates, western Japan. 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