Six Flags is amped about the potential for virtual reality to spruce up existing rides at its regional theme parks. Will thrill-seekers be as enthusiastic?
We're curious to find out how Universal will incorporate the new characters in its theme parks — and how parks that already have DreamWorks attractions will fare.
Universal has already been keeping Disney on its toes with the wildly popular Harry Potter attractions. No wonder the parent company wants to grow its cast of characters.
It looks like another healthy summer travel season for the U.S. is on its way.
It's a strong story, especially considering the massive state funding cuts both to tourism marketing and to state-run attractions. Luckily Chicago can compete on its own. The rest of the state didn't fare so well.
For $575 this homemade Rhode Island tourism video isn't entirely awful, although we miss seeing Iceland's concert hall on the waterfront.
According to DMAI's new CEO, the organization needs to package its destination marketing products better, and improve its promotion of signature digital tools like DestinationNEXT.
As tourism to Hawaii continues to grow, it's no surprise that tension exists between locals and visitors. The state may need to do more than post videos online to address residents' concerns.
This decision was down to the wire, but Carnival won in the end.
It'll be interesting to see how Marriott International positions the Delta Hotels and Resorts brand globally in comparison to its other brands, including its own Marriott brand and Sheraton, following the merger with Starwood.