Despite the three U.S. Web giants failing to crack China, Priceline seems to be succeeding. Thus far, anyway.
The Royal Society for Public Health has called on the government to introduce a "smoking exclusion zone around pubs, bars and schools."
The grimy windows and red bedroom lights are disappearing from South Korea's short-stay hotels as they move upmarket to lure younger guests.
Fast casual burger chain Shake Shack also raised guidance and announced a proposed second offering.
Lo Ka Shui, chairman of Langham Hospitality Investments, discusses the company's introduction of a new upscale five-star global hotel brand called Cordis.
The hotel industry is going public in its efforts to block Expedia's $1.3 billion acquisition of Orbitz. CNBC's Simon Hobbs reports.
Steve Joyce, Choice Hotels president & CEO, talks about the hotel chain's earnings, expansion plans, re-branding, and desire to do business in Cuba.
Trophy hunting brings in serious revenue, but after Cecil the lion was killed a change in policy could cost Zimbabwe.
Whole Foods reported quarterly earnings and revenue that missed analysts' expectations on Wednesday.
Herve Humler, Ritz-Carlton COO, discusses Ritz-Carlton topping JD Power guest satisfaction list, and weighs in on the building boom in luxury hotels. Humler also comments on the pulse of luxury spending in China.
Many soccer fans assumed a Gold Cup Final between USA and Mexico, but ticket prices tanked after both teams stumbled.
Fake sites use logos and pictures from hotels to trick travelers into thinking they are on the hotel's website. NBC News reports.
United Continental gives free miles to hackers; Iraq looks to take back Anbar Province; and a new hotel in Japan is staffed with robots.
One of the biggest names in professional poker is just one day away from getting to the sport's biggest stage.
Kenneth Gaw, President and Managing Principal of real estate private equity firm Gaw Capital Partners and YPO member, discusses the acquisition of InterContinental Hong Kong Hotel.
A celebrity chef cancels plans to open a restaurant in Trump's Washington DC hotel following Donald Trump's controversial comments about Mexican immigrants.
Businesses in North and South Carolina aren't seeing a drop in tourists, despite the record number of shark attacks.
There may be no better indicator of how expensive Silicon Valley has gotten.
Following the MERS outbreak in South Korea, hotel occupancy rates fell to 50 percent, from 70-80 percent in the same period a year earlier, says Craig Smith, president of APAC at Marriott International.
A hotel room in Silicon Valley averages $327 per night, making it more expensive than a room in New York or London.