New York’s Storied Roosevelt Joins Growing List of Prominent Hotels to Close Their Doors
As the pandemic drags on, even famous addresses can't afford to keep their doors open.
Hilton Wants You to Reconnect With the Emotional Side of Travel
In the middle of a public health crisis, wedding season has effectively been put on hold, children can’t rush to hug their grandparents, and family vacations have downsized dramatically. The […]
Marriott Tempts Loyalty Members to Get Outdoors
World's largest hotel brand joins Airbnb in partnering with the National Park Service.
The Fresh Prince’s Bel-Air Mansion Is Now Available on Airbnb
Guests can stay there for 5 nights in honor of the show's 30th anniversary
Tourism Brands Join Forces to Get People Traveling Again
More than 70 companies unite for "Let's Go There" national campaign.
How Hilton Is Marketing Through the Pandemic (Pinterest Has Been Key)
"It's not about convincing someone to travel," says Hilton's vp of digital content Noha Abdalla.
Travelers Still Don’t Trust Hotel Brands
Consumer sentiment shows a long recovery for the industry.
Marriott President Laments ‘Frustratingly High’ Covid-19 Rate in the US
Marriott saw loses of $232 million in the second quarter.
‘Everything Is on the Table’ as Hilton Loses $432 Million in Q2
Nearly all of the brand's hotels are open globally, but occupancy hovers around 40%.
Airbnb Bookings Bounce Back, While Hotels Are Still Hurting
Short-term rentals are proving attractive to travelers.
Not Every Brand Will Survive Covid-19, According to Hotel Executives
The CEOs of Marriott, Hilton, IHG and Hyatt spoke to hospitality students about the state of the industry.
13 Weeks Into Pandemic, Marriott Occupancy Passes 20% in the US
New cleaning initiatives will persist through Covid-19, but may not last forever.
The Pandemic Is Ongoing, but Brands Are Encouraging Travel Again
From Alaska Airlines to Las Vegas casinos, deals and discounts abound.
How Resorts and Hotels Are Preparing for Summer Travel
With new marketing strategies and operating procedures, hospitality businesses are welcoming back guests.
Marriott Extends Employee Furloughs Into the Fall
The hospitality brand won't bring back workers until Oct. 2.