Skift Take

Nobody is anticipating any major financial windfall news from Marriott this week, but shareholders still want to hear where future growth is coming from during an investor update. All-inclusive resorts and home rentals, relatively new divisions of the company, will certainly be on the list.

The hotel industry’s first quarter earnings calls have been a financial albatross amid all the optimistic drum beating about the upcoming summer travel season. Revenues were still way down from pre-pandemic performance. Hyatt lost $304 million while Hilton lost $109 million.