Travel Hotels Resorts and Cruise Lines

More

  • Norwegian CEO: Heck of a growth story

    Norwegian Cruise Line CEO Frank Del Rio, debuts the largest ship The Escape, in Miami, and discusses the company's successful investment strategy.

  • Expedia raises full-year guidance

    Expedia CEO Dara Khosrowshahi, discusses the company's efforts in creating a better product, stronger marketing, more loyal customers and expanding the availability of product; and also addresses business competition.

  • Marriott steps up marketing

    Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson, provides insight to the enormous growth in the company's marketing practices.

  • Marriott CEO: Working through market anxiety

    Discussing the health of the hotel customer, and quarterly earnings, with Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson.

  • Hyatt shoots for Starwood Hotels

    Hyatt Hotels is planning to buy Starwood Hotels & Resorts.

  • Employees assist guests at the Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Westin New York Grand Central in New York.

    Hyatt Hotels is in talks to buy Starwood Hotels in a deal that is said to be as little as a week away, sources told CNBC.

  • Chinese love to travel: Carnival

    Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line, says Majestic Princess, one of company's newest ships, was designed for Chinese passengers.

  • Hotel stocks get a lift

    According to the Wall Street Journal, Chinese firms are looking to bid for Starwood Hotels, reports CNBC's Dom Chu.

  • Banyan Tree debuts its fourth hotel brand

    Ho Kwon Ping, executive chairman at Banyan Tree Group, says Banyan's recently launched hotel brand, Dhawa, caters to increasing numbers of Chinese middle-class, inbound travelers.

  • Returning capital is important strategy: Royal Caribbean CEO

    Richard Fain, Royal Caribbean CEO, discusses earnings and returning capital to shareholders. Also, how to attract customers.

  • Another China milestone for us: Carnival CEO

    Carnival has partnered with two China firms to launch the first multi-ship domestic cruise brand. Carnival's CEO, Arnold Donald discusses his excitement for the joint venture.

  • Carnival CEO on launching new domestic Chinese cruise brand

    Arnold Donald, CEO of Carnival Corporation, talks about its new joint venture in China and its plans to launch a domestic Chinese Cruise brand.

  • Hotels vs Airbnb

    Neil Dwane, chief investment officer for equities for Europe at Allianz Global Investors, says the hotel and travel industry has the ability to compete with companies such as Airbnb.

  • Ivanka Trump: We hold and believe in our assets

    Ivanka Trump, daughter of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, speaks at the Skift Global Forum on Thursday about her work as an executive with the Trump Organization.

  • Carlson Hotels aims for Millennials' money

    The technology-oriented Radisson Red Hotels are focused on the Millennial market, says David Berg, CEO of Carlson Hospitality Group.

  • Is this reason to bet on Macau's gaming sector?

    Mass-market gamblers will help to stabilize Macau's gaming and casino sectors as big players double their capacity, says Matthew Ossolinkski, chairman at Ossolinksi Holding.

  • Has China's Golden Week lost its luster?

    Victor Chan, chairman of Hong Kong Hotels Association, says the number of mainland tourists and hotel occupancy was down in Hong Kong over Golden Week.

  • Hackers breach Trump hotels

    Customer credit and debit card numbers may have been stolen at seven Trump hotels after its payment systems were hacked for nearly a year.

  • Hotels cozy up to crowdfunding

    The online money-raising craze is now becoming a trend in the hotel hospitality industry.

  • How HSH stays ahead of competition

    Clement Kwok, CEO of The Hongkong & Shanghai Hotels (HSH), outlines the importance of its flagship hotel in Hong Kong and explains whether he is worried about a slower-growing China.