Articles tagged “mgm resorts”

Hotels

MGM Resorts Ups its Bet on ‘The Island’ in Dubai – But No Casino

MGM CEO Bill Hornbuckle still hasn't got the greenlight for his casino in Dubai, but that isn't stopping him spending billions on the project.

MGM Resorts Ups its Bet on ‘The Island’ in Dubai – But No Casino

Hotels

MGM Resorts Got Las Vegas Boost From Super Bowl and F1

Las Vegas's hosting of the Super Bowl helped MGM Resorts post records in its hotel revenues. Demand may stay strong as the company expects to fully roll out a Marriott licensing tie-up by the end of March.

MGM Resorts Got Las Vegas Boost From Super Bowl and F1

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MGM Expects $50M-$75M Incremental Revenues in 2024 With Marriott Partnership

Even though the big MGM-Marriott loyalty & booking partnership that was announced earlier this year with much fanfare has been delayed until early 2024 -- ostensibly due to MGM's cybersecurity threat which derailed much of its business over weeks -- MGM CEO Bill Hornbuckle is very bullish about it. In its Q3 earnings call earlier…

Hotels

Las Vegas Hotel Workers Threaten Strike Against MGM, Caesars and Wynn Resorts

With the upcoming Formula 1 event adding urgency to the negotiations, the outcome of this standoff will also reflect the power dynamics between labor and management in an evolving job market.

Las Vegas Hotel Workers Threaten Strike Against MGM, Caesars and Wynn Resorts

Hotels

MGM CEO Expects 4 UAE Casinos Will Be Allowed, Begins Building in Dubai

Bill Hornbuckle predicts up to four UAE casinos will be licensed, he is hoping to be one of the chosen few, as are his rivals over on Marjan Island in Ras Al Khaimah.

MGM CEO Expects 4 UAE Casinos Will Be Allowed, Begins Building in Dubai

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MGM Resorts Hit With Suspected Cyberattack

MGM Resorts International was the apparent target of a far-reaching cyberattack on Monday that continues to disrupt hotel bookings, down gambling machines, and hobble guest services.

MGM Resorts Hit With Suspected Cyberattack

Hotels

Hyatt’s Junk Fee Efforts Stymied by Third Parties

Today's edition of Skift's daily podcast looks closer at Hyatt's junk fees, AI at Six Flags, and India's hotel occupancy recovery.

Hyatt’s Junk Fee Efforts Stymied by Third Parties

Hotels

Hyatt Now Discloses Resort Fee Up-Front, but Hotel ‘Junk Fee’ Issues Remain

Marriott said in May it would include resort fees in the first prices travelers see on its site and app. Hyatt and MGM Resorts have also made a change. Which hotel group will be next?

Hyatt Now Discloses Resort Fee Up-Front, but Hotel ‘Junk Fee’ Issues Remain

Hotels

Hotels and OTAs First-Half Report: Growth Shifts to Europe and Asia

The major hotels and OTA companies reported strong earnings this month, signaling robust travel demand despite economic uncertainties. The companies most skewed to Asia now offer the greatest potential for growth and share price gains.

Hotels and OTAs First-Half Report: Growth Shifts to Europe and Asia

Tourism

Twitter Rival Threads Increasingly Attracts Destination Marketers

Today's edition of Skift's daily podcast looks closer at tourism boards on Threads, the cost of summer vacation, and Marriott’s bet on MGM.

Twitter Rival Threads Increasingly Attracts Destination Marketers