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  • Jon Tisch, Co-Chairman of the Board of Loews Corp.

    Dollar strength could put a dent in hotel profits if foreign travelers rule out a U.S. trip, Jonathan Tisch tells CNBC.

  • In this photo provided by the Royal Gazette, the Norwegian cruise ship Norwegian Dawn, lies aground near Bermuda's North Channel Tuesday, May 19, 2015.

    A Norwegian Cruise Line ship ran aground on a reef after leaving Bermuda but no one was injured and the vessel was later floated off at high tide.

  • Having Nobu in Melco's business mix is great: Pro

    Jonathan Galaviz, partner at Global Market Advisors, says the opening of a Nobu Hotel in the City of Dreams Manila is a great idea, but in the long run, the brand management of Nobu will be key.

  • When will City of Dreams Manila be profitable?

    Lawrence Ho, CEO and chairman of Melco International and James Packer, chairman of Crown Resorts, outline their expectations for when the City of Dreams Manila could become profitable.

  • Workers install signs for an upcoming bout at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, April 27, 2015, in Las Vegas. Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao are scheduled to fight May 2.

    Sky-high ticket prices and hotel room rates are starting to come down, though they remain inflated beyond anything Vegas has ever seen.

  • Marriott CEO: Courtyard brand reinvented

    Arne Sorenson, Marriott CEO, discusses the state of international travel to the U.S., and whether Starwood should get bought.

  • How important is China for Crystal Cruises?

    While the mainland market is growing, Crystal Cruises will not focus specifically on Chinese guests or guests departing from China, says president and COO Edie Rodriguez.

  • Here's where to live like a queen in London

    CNBC's Susan Li travels to the British capital in this episode of "First Class" and checks in at the most luxurious hotels in town.

  • How to invest in the EU travel sector

    Sir David M C Michels, chairman at Michels & Taylor and London & Capital, talks about launching a new hotel fund.

  • A room in South Korea's Lotte Hotel.

    Holidaymakers eyeing a trip to Asia this year now have an additional reason to start booking: Cheap hotel deals.

  • Cramer: Carnival's magnificent turnaround

    Mad Money host Jim Cramer looks at what Carnival Cruise Lines is bouncing back from. The stock is up nearly 30 percent over the past year.

  • Vail Resorts set sights on Australia

    Rob Katz, chairman and CEO of Vail Resorts, explains why the U.S.-based ski resort operator is acquiring Australia's Perisher Ski Resort.

  • Royal Caribbean sets sail for China

    Michael Bayley, president & CEO at Royal Caribbean International, says the company is seeing good growth out of the mainland, driven partly by younger Chinese passengers.

  • The international luxury liner Costa Romantica arrives at the Tianjin International Cruise Homeport in China.

    Following years of double-digit growth, Asia's cruise industry is set for a "record-breaking year" in 2015, thanks to booming demand from Chinese holidaymakers, a new report shows.

  • Guess who's leading growth in Asia's cruise market?

    Adam Goldstein, chairman of the Cruise Lines International Association, says Chinese travelers are spearheading the double-digit growth in Asia's cruise industry.

  • Rob Katz, Vail Resorts CEO

    Vail Resorts CEO Rob Katz explains why the company beat analysts earnings expectations despite recent currency headwinds.

  • What Marriott hopes to achieve with new brands

    Simon Cooper, president & managing director for Asia Pacific at Marriott International, discusses how its new hotel brands like Edition and Autograph Collection fit into its growth strategy.

  • Marriott: 'Asia-Pacific is a good growth story'

    With robust demand mainly coming from Chinese travelers, the firm is focused on growing its pipeline in Asia, says Simon Cooper, president & managing director for Asia Pacific at Marriott International.

  • The Waldorf-Astoria Hotel

    All those pining after childhood stories of "the tippy-top floor" of New York's Plaza Hotel might soon get to recreate it a few blocks away at the Waldorf.

  • Barry Sternlicht

    Starwood Hotels founder Barry Sternlicht says the CEO change at the international hotel chain reflected a concern about lagging innovation.