The future of hotels could be the history of video games.
Atlanta Federal Reserve President Raphael Bostic said Sunday that he's "concerned" the road to recovery from the coronavirus pandemic may be uneven for different sectors of the U.S. economy.
The chief executives overseeing brands including Hilton, Hyatt, Marriot, IHG, and Best Western, as well as independently-owned chains have issued a letter to President Trump Friday during him to provide the needed funding by utilizing the Main Street Lending Program.
Stan Richards, the founder of The Richards Group, has apologized for his remarks.
COVID-19 restrictions and travel industry woes have eroded a crucial revenue source for casino giants.
MGM Resorts doesn’t want it to be a gamble for visitors to attend events at its properties.
An explosive wildfire that's raging in areas north of San Francisco has damaged iconic landmarks in the famed Napa Valley region, including wineries and parts of a luxury resort.
The owner of more than 100 Marriott hotel properties is threatening to terminate its agreement with the chain and re-brand the properties with another company due to a payment shortfall.
Guests of the luxury resort can now enroll their children in the virtual learning sessions which will be held in supervised small-group classroom settings, Four Seasons said.
Airbnb is seeing an exceptional increase in bookings as the hotel industry, overall, continues to lag behind due to the coronavirus pandemic.
It may be located in the crossroads of the world, but the Hilton Times Square hotel in New York City will shutter for good in October as the coronavirus pandemic has wiped out demand.
As a result of the drastic drop in travel demand, experts say the hotels are grappling with one big question: whether to close their doors permanently.
Industry leaders are asking Congress for financial help.
The Loews Sapphire Falls Resort and Universal's Aventura Hotel will temporarily close on Aug. 21.
The robots aren't replacing any humans, but they do help ease hotel guests' concerns in the middle of coronavirus.
News of the pilot program comes just over a month after Airbnb launched a similar initiative in the U.S.
The requirement, announced on Monday, expands on a previous mandate for Hyatt guests in the U.S. and Canada, who were required to wear masks in shared spaces as of July 27.
Marriott International Inc. lost $234 million in the three months through June as sales fell 72% amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc. announced on Thursday that it expected it to take at least two years for the hotel chain to rebound after the coronavirus pandemic.