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Vacation rental listings are growing fast in some areas, and they're not your typical summer beach destinations.
New Yorkers looking to hail an Uber in East Hampton will likely be out of luck this summer.
Carnival Corp. announces its new "Fathom" brand, which will be focused on "social impact" travel.
From overlooking an elephant sanctuary to vacationing in a villa designed by Michelangelo, Airbnb has unique offerings for luxury-seekers.
Take a chill pill and enjoy this preview package of CNBC's "First Class" in Bali, Indonesia.
Hans Jorg Meier, chief operating officer of COMO Hotels and Resorts, explains the type of "exclusive experience" that the hotel aims to offer.
The move comes as the carrier's website has bogged down from bargain-seekers flocking to the site, causing it to slow, USAT reports.
Carnival us adding a new cruise line, one that caters to travelers with social consciences.
CNBC explores how religion and adventure tourism are drawing visitors from across the globe.
Last-minute hotel patrons are getting discounted accommodations at luxury hotels thanks to the One Night Standard app.
Eric Schneider, Group head for APAC at MasterCard Advisors, says Bangkok's tourism sector is seeing rapid recovery and will reclaim its title as the world's most visited city "very shortly."
Despite its global expansion plans, Guy Heywood, COO of Alila Hotels and Resorts, says it is important for the boutique hotel group to stay "smallish and intimate."
Southwest rolled out a 72-hour, nationwide fare sale where dozens of the carrier's shortest routes are available for less than $100 round trip.
If you're looking to beat the crowds over the summer holidays, you may want to leave these cities off your travel itinerary.
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said he has directed Transport Security Administration to revise security procedures.
Jonathan Tisch, Loews Hotel, discusses the state of hospitality in an exclusive interview with CNBC's Simon Hobbs.
The National Parks Service has recorded a million hours of sound from all around America, and found its quietest places.
Many global hotel companies are choosing sell off their hotels and just manage them, however, Sebastien Bazin, CEO at Accor, explains why his company's bucking this trend.
Helane Becker, Director / Transportation Analyst, Cowen & Co., discusses what it will take for airlines and the transportation sector to rebound as it enters the third consecutive negative month.
The newly appointed chief executive of loss-making Malaysia Airlines said on Monday that the carrier is "technically bankrupt."
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