Travel Hotels Resorts and Cruise Lines

  • Club Med isn't in the business of resorts: CEO

    Xavier Desaulles, CEO at Club Med, talks about how the company creates experiences for holiday goers.

  • Feb 3- InterContinental Hotels Group Plc on Friday confirmed a data breach from payment cards used at 12 of its hotels in the United States, a little over a month after it said it was investigating claims of a possible breach. The affected properties include the InterContinental Chicago Magnificent Mile, the InterContinental San Francisco and Holiday Inn...

  • Feb 3- InterContinental Hotels Group Plc said on Friday that a malware in the servers at 12 of its hotels in the United States tracked payment card data if the card was used at the hotels' restaurants and bars between August and December last year. InterContinental's Kimpton Hotels& Restaurants in August had reported a similar malware attack on servers that...

  • *Chinese tourism boom fuels rapid hotels expansion in Australia. SYDNEY, Feb 3- The hole in Australia's economy dug by China's dwindling appetite for its resources is being filled by the Chinese themselves, whose growing affluence is powering a surge in travelers in a boon to tourism income and growth. Tourism has already overtaken coal as Australia's...

  • King of the castle

    CNBC's Robert Frank reports how the super rich take a Disney vacation and dine in automotive style.

  • *Q4 profit beats on pricier tickets, Caribbean demand. Jan 26- Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd forecast higher-than-expected adjusted earnings for 2017, helped by a strong start to bookings for Caribbean cruises, putting the No. 2 U.S. cruise operator on track to beat its own forecast of doubling profit from 2014.. Royal Caribbean operates ships such as Harmony of...

  • Jan 26- Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd, the second-largest U.S. cruise operator, reported a higher-than-expected quarterly profit, helped by demand for its pricier Caribbean cruises and higher onboard spending. Royal Caribbean and larger rival Carnival Corp benefited in 2016 from a return in demand for cruises to the Caribbean as consumer spending rose in the...

  • Jan 26- Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd, the second-largest U.S. cruise operator, reported a 26 percent rise in quarterly profit, helped by demand for its pricier Caribbean cruises and higher onboard spending. The company's net income rose to $261.1 million, or $1.21 per share, in the fourth quarter ended Dec. 31, from $206.8 million, or 94 cents per share, a year earlier.

  • The Mar-a-Lago Club January 1, 2017 at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida.

    Mar-a-Lago doubles its membership fee to $200K. CNBC's Robert Frank reports.

  • Norwegian Cruise Line on setting sail for Cuba

    Steve Odell, MD APAC at Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, talks about how the Trump administration might affect the cruise line's operations in Cuba.

  • Avalanche hits Italian hotel, leaving 30 feared dead

    An avalanche buried a luxury mountain hotel in central Italy after a series of strong earthquakes shook the area.

  • NEW YORK, Jan 18- Donald Trump's Indonesian business partner dismissed concerns by ethics officials that the U.S. president-elect's companies' overseas business deals might be vulnerable to conflicts of interest in an interview on Wednesday. Hary Tanoesoedibjo, 51, is the billionaire chairman and chief executive of MNC Group, which is constructing two...


  • Arne Sorenson, CEO and President of Marriott International speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland on Jan. 17, 2017.

    Marriott's deals with local partners could be affected by a trade war, Marriott International chief Arne Sorenson tells CNBC.

  • Carnival Corporation CEO on cruise line’s new wearable technology

    Carnival Corporation CEO Arnold Donald talks with CNBC’s Julia Boorstin about its new Ocean Medallion technology that it will be placing on its ships.

  • Cruise company Royal Caribbean is looking for an intern willing to be paid to go on three cruises and upload photos onto Instagram.

  • *Cedric Gobilliard to head up new division. PARIS, Jan 9- AccorHotels, Europe's largest hotel group, is creating a new lifestyle division to pool its fast-growing "boutique" hotel brands, the company said on Monday. From Feb. 1, Cedric Gobilliard will head the division, which comprises the Jo&Joe youth hostel brand and AccorHotels' stakes in Germany's 25 hours Hotels...

  • PARIS, Jan 3- Fear of Islamist attacks kept foreign tourists away from Paris and the Riviera last year, costing French hoteliers an estimated 650 million euros in lost revenue, the head of hotel research firm MKG told Reuters on Tuesday. More than 230 people have been killed in militant attacks in France over the past two years, including 86 during last year's July...

  • VIP Club velvet rope

    Hotels are investing in private lounges for guests more than ever as demand for hotel lodging flattens globally.

  • Dec 28- InterContinental Hotels Group Plc said on Wednesday it is investigating claims of a possible payment card breach at some of its hotels in the United States. A pattern of fraud on customer credit and debit cards was seen, that suggested a breach at some InterContinental properties, particularly at Holiday Inn and Holiday Inn Express hotels, the blog...