Should hotels be as worried about Airbnb and home-sharing as headlines seem to suggest? That depends, suggests a new study from the Pew Research Center.
Bank of America seems late to the party as well as unclear what's happening at the party.
Despite troubles in Macau, the usual suspects — namely gaming CEOs — took home the most money in 2015, with Wyndham’s CEO grabbing the No. 2 spot.
We've almost forgot what a travel brand IPO looks like.
Trump's candidacy could turn out to be a huge — or should we say "YUGE" — challenge for the Trump travel brand.
Lower oil prices may translate to more road trips for leisure travelers, and better margins for airlines, but they tend to have a negative impact on hotels, especially in terms of corporate travel.
TripAdvisor can be a hotel brand's best friend, especially when it comes to search, suggests this new report from L2.
We'll continue to see this play out in city after city until some city or some sharing economy brand comes up with a good solution.
In an age where almost anything can be on-demand and every hotel company says it wants to personalize and customize hotel guest experience, why is it still so hard for us to get the exact room we want to stay in?
Are we guilty of succumbing to these gimmicky PR stunts by writing about them here? Guilty as charged. But as outlandish or strange as some of these things may sound, they do speak to some bigger trends we're seeing in hospitality. Promise.