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  • Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Dawn at the Boston Cruise Terminal in Boston.

    Wedbush Securities raises its rating on Norwegian Cruise Line to outperform from neutral, citing positive results from a survey of travel agents.

  • Researchers expect 11 to 17 named storms this year, including five to nine hurricanes. Check off these to-do's before hurricane season starts Thursday.

  • More than 39 million Americans plan to travel for Memorial Day, according to AAA. If you're among them, here's how to save.

  • CLEVELAND— An Emirati man who was detained by police at an Ohio hotel after a clerk heard him speaking Arabic and thought he was pledging allegiance to the Islamic State group sued the hotel chain, police and others, claiming he was the victim of an "unjustified SWAT-style assault." The incident occurred in June 2016 when Ahmed al-Menhali, 41, tried to check into a...

  • DUBAI, May 25- Shares of Qatar's largest property developer plunged 10 percent on Thursday after its shareholders gave preliminary approval to take the company private, while a dip in crude oil took the Saudi equity index lower in its final hour of trade. Ezdan Holding Group, with majority ownership by the ruling al Thani family, said shareholders who are against...

  • NEW YORK— The Trump Organization will not ask guests at its hotels and resorts if they are using money from foreign governments to pay their bills, setting up a possible showdown with Democrats accusing the president of violating the U.S. Critics say that by not selling off his hotels and resorts, President Donald Trump is opening himself up to bribes from...

  • HAVANA, May 23- U.S. online travel services company Expedia said on Tuesday it had started offering online booking for hotels in Communist-run Cuba, hoping to capitalize on a boom in tourism to the Caribbean island. We are talking about the largest country in the Caribbean with significant hotel expansion plans, " Veronica Vega, Expedia area manager for Caribbean,...

  • EXPEDIA SAYS IT IS NOW OFFERING ONLINE BOOKING FOR HOTELS IN CUBA.

  • Paris luxury hotel occupancy has begun to rebound this year. PARIS, May 18- When Paris's landmark Hotel de Crillon reopens in July after a four-year 200 million euro revamp, it will be hoping to catch a rebound in the luxury hotel trade after a wave of bloody street attacks drove away big-paying tourists. Occupancy rates of Paris luxury hotels fell 15 percent to 52...

  • The event is the latest indication, following the signing of agreements earlier this year by major cruise companies, that the U.S. hospitality industry is betting that hotel operator and now President Donald Trump will not shut the Cuba door on his industry peers. We are very interested in Cuba as a destination for our guests, David Tarr, senior vice president for...

  • La Quinta hotels.

    La Quinta is hoping for a high valuation as it seeks to spin off its real estate assets.

  • TOKYO, May 15- Desperate to overcome Japan's growing shortage of labor, mid-sized companies are planning to buy robots and other equipment to automate a wide range of tasks, including manufacturing, earthmoving and hotel room service. "The share of capital expenditure devoted to becoming more efficient is increasing because of the shortage of workers," said...

  • May 10- Lawyers for Donald Trump on Wednesday said the U.S. president has "absolute immunity" from a lawsuit by owners of the Cork Wine Bar in Washington, D.C., who claim that his ownership of a nearby hotel constitutes unfair competition. Trump's lawyers, in seeking a dismissal of the lawsuit by Diane Gross and Khalid Pitts, said the president cannot be forced to close...

  • May 10- Lawyers for Donald Trump on Wednesday said the U.S. president has "absolute immunity" from a lawsuit by owners of the Cork Wine Bar in Washington, D.C., who claim that his ownership of a nearby hotel constitutes unfair competition. Trump's lawyers, in seeking a dismissal of the lawsuit by Diane Gross and Khalid Pitts, said the president cannot be forced to close...

  • May 10- Sandals Resorts International, a privately held Caribbean resort operator that caters to couples, is exploring strategic alternatives including a potential sale of the company, according to people familiar with the matter. A sale would mark the first change in ownership for the company since it was founded 36 years ago by Gordon "Butch" Stewart, who built...

  • HAVANA, May 10- Cuba represents a "huge" but challenging opportunity for U.S. cruise, airline and hotel companies as American visitors to the Caribbean island could increase as much as sevenfold by 2025, according to a report by the Boston Consulting Group. U.S. travel to Cuba has already surged, albeit from very low levels, in the last two years since the former Cold...

  • H’Mark Hospitality CEO Alexander P. Bohnekamp talks about its strategy and the experience the hotelier wants to convey to its customers.

  • H’Mark Hospitality CEO Alexander P. Bohnekamp takes a look at how much of an impact Trump’s immigration policies have had on his business.

  • HAVANA, May 10- Cuba represents a "huge" but challenging opportunity for U.S. cruise, airline and hotel companies as American visitors to the Caribbean island could increase as much as sevenfold by 2025, according to a report by the Boston Consulting Group. U.S. travel to Cuba has already surged, albeit from very low levels, in the last two years since the former Cold...

  • Cramer zooms in on why the United fiasco didn't seem to hurt the travel sector

    Jim Cramer explains how travel companies still beat earnings expectations despite the sector's perceived weakness.