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Fourteen hotels in eight states are awaiting the results of an investigation into a nine-month security breach of customer information
Despite another round of bad news headlines about the cruise industry, Carnival set a one-month reservations record in January.
More than a dozen hotels are investigating a report that customer data was stolen at a number of locations.
A day after the Super Bowl lucked out with exceptional weather, air, train and road travel was tied up with snow and ice.
Nearly 2,000 flights had been canceled Wednesday morning as the U.S. faced another day of severe weather. Atlanta's airport was hardest hit.
Singapore's Changi airport handled a record 53.7 million passengers last year, said Changi Airport Group, as travel appetite across the region soars.
Aloft hotels in New York and California are letting guests open their rooms with a smartphone app.
China's largest internet search engine Baidu has launched a heat map which captures the largest global seasonal migration on earth.
Starting July 1, Southwest Airlines will start flying its own planes to Aruba, Jamaica and the Bahamas.
A series of protests and government crackdowns have turned tourists away from Egypt, but as CNBC's Yousef Gamal El-Din reports, things may be on the mend.
Aaron Fischer, Regional Head of Consumer and Gaming Research at CLSA, explains the top trends behind China's booming travel scene.
No matter where the Super Bowl is played, Las Vegas is always a winner. "Vegas is the mecca for Super Bowl shenanigans," said one repeat fan.
Hoteliers are upping their game in Japan, where the number of tourists spiked to a record high last year.
From Bugs to Dune Buggies, a new exhibition at the LeMay museum is celebrating the Volkswagen.
Tim Hansing, CEO at Red Planet Hotels, describes how the company plans to benefit from rising tourism in Japan.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports pot legalization in Colorado has brought a new breed of tourist to the state. And "pot clubs" are catering to their needs.
Aviation buffs are hopeful the airplane with the world's largest wingspan will remain open to the public in Oregon.
The Chinese population's burgeoning appetite for travel is only just beginning, travel website Hotels.com told CNBC.
One Hawaiian coastal town is asking a state tourism agency to stop encouraging visitors to stay overnight in their town.
Adolfo Mesquita Nunes, Portugal's secretary of state for tourism, says the country's tourism growth has been consistent and that the country remains "very good value for money".