Royal Caribbean Chairman and CEO Richard Fain, says the Caribbean is still the company's most successful market, despite a tough year.» Read More
Signs are pointing to a slow rebound in luxury travel, even for businesses. See where hotel properties are expanding.
While the U.S. real estate market is still struggling to rebound, things are picking up fast in Mexico. Here's where the action is.
Citi is commenting on cruise lines this morning, saying "based on our checks, cruise trends have improved over the last month," with Ed Ponsi, Barchetta Capital Management.
Tim Hansing, CEO of Red Planet Hotels says that the low-cost hotel model is set to expand massively.
The vessel will open as the centrepiece of an entertainment village, including a maritime museum, in Port Rashid, where it has been berthed since it was retired from service in 2008.
Donald Trump, Trump Organization chairman & president, weighs in on making money in housing; the "unfair" recall election of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker; the issue of President Obama's birthplace; and Friday's weak jobs numbers.
Comfort Inn is on a mission to improve customer satisfaction and be more competitive. Upgrades to furniture, fixtures, equipment and check-in areas are underway.
Anthony Melchiorri hosts "Hotel Impossible," a new show on the Travel Channel, and shares how to find a great hotel and what to expect — and sometimes demand — from it.
Weighing in on how travel and leisure stocks are faring around the world, with Jake Fuller, Lazard Capital Markets analyst. U.S. travel is strong and European travel is weakening, he says.
A few months after the Costa Concordia cruise ship ran aground, Cramer thinks it may be time to nibble on its parent company’s stock.
Jim Cramer’s researcher, Nicole Urken, looks at another way you can play China if you can’t take the heat from the industrials.
London’s hotel sector will grow by 3.9 percent in 2012, with the London Olympics and the Queen’s diamond jubilee bolstering tourist demand, according to UK estate agency Savills.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports outside the courthouse in Las Vegas on the latest developments in the hearing between Steve Wynn and his largest shareholder, Japanese billionaire Kazuo Okada. Harry Curtis, Nomura Securities, weighs in on the trade on WYNN, given some of the litigation risk, and the gambling sector, with the Fast Money traders.
Mark Hoplamazian, Hyatt Hotels president & CEO, discusses expansion into Moscow and Zurich.
CNBC'S Mary Thompson reports on Disney's new cruise ship, "Fantasy", with Disney CEO, Bob Iger.
Nearly two dozen Carnival Cruise passengers were robbed at gunpoint in Mexico, reports CNBC's Amanda Drury.
American companies adding outsourcing and back office operations in Hyderabad, Bangalore, and Mumbai, are resulting in a boon for high-end hotel brands seeking to build properties in India. The New York Times reports.
Stephen Holmes, Wyndham Worldwide chairman &CEO, discusses his company's 53% dividend boost, and its turnaround story, with Mad Money's, Jim Cramer.
WNBC's Jonathan Dienst reports seven people have been charged in a nearly $62 million insiders trading scheme; eBay shares soar on earnings news; AT&T is raising prices for data plans; and two dozen people are still unaccounted for in the deadly Costa Concordia cruise disaster.
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