Richard Solomons, Global CEO at InterContinental Hotels Group, discusses the Fed's policy decision and explains why currency volatility isn't a major issue for the company.
OneFineStay has been dubbed the luxury Airbnb. Keyvan Nilforoushan, vice president (Europe) at OneFineStay, explains.
William Shatner will captain a Star Trek-themed sea cruise.
The grimy windows and red bedroom lights are disappearing from South Korea's short-stay hotels as they move upmarket to lure younger guests.
Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, Celebrity Cruises CEO, provides insight to the first U.S. female cruise captain and the health of the luxury travel market.
Norwegian Cruise Line is attending this week's Virtuoso Travel Week. Andrew Stuart, President and COO, discusses the excitement over new travel destinations.
Luxury travel network Virtuoso is kicking off the largest event in the U.S. for buying and selling travel. Matthew Upchurch, Virtuoso CEO, says the travel agent is not out of business.
Lo Ka Shui, chairman of Langham Hospitality Investments, explains how the company copes with the shortage of skilled workers in Hong Kong's hospitality industry.
Greg Marsh, One Fine Stay co-founder and CEO, explains how the luxury home sharing site works.
Discussing challenges facing the lodging industry, with Wayne Goldberg, La Quinta CEO. Goldberg says competition makes his company better, and is not in takeover talks.
Hilton Worldwide raises its full-year profit forecasts despite a profit slide in the current quarter.
Panos Paleologos, founder and CEO of HotelBrain, claims that tourism has picked up since early July and luxury hotels in Athens have plenty of bookings.
Why stay in a hotel or condo when you could stay in a ... Here are 10 of the most exotic, unusual, Airbnb rental options.
Apart from earning $16 million before taxes and interest each year, the acquisition of Perisher offers a "terrific connection" between the resorts in Australia and the U.S., says Rob Katz, CEO of Vail Resorts.
Patrick Scholes, SunTrust Equity Research, shares his top stock picks in the travel industry.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports more than 75 tech companies have come to or held meetings at Casa Madrona Hotel & Spa.
CNBC reporter Kelli Grant offers tips on how to easily upgrade to first-class accommodations.
Businesses in North and South Carolina aren't seeing a drop in tourists, despite the record number of shark attacks.
The first license to operate direct cruises from the U.S. to Cuba has been granted to Carnival. Arnold Donald, Carnival Corporation CEO, discusses the new travel license.
Carnival Corp. wins U.S. government approval to sail to Cuba.