Alistair Scobie, US lodging, gaming and restaurants research at Atlantic Equities, discusses the Hilton flotation and the outlook for the hotel sector.
Hilton prices upsized IPO at $20 per share. CNBC's Simon Hobbs and CNBC contributor Andrew Busch weigh in on the big-name offering.
Rachael Rothman, Susquehanna Financial Group analyst, and Jon Oh, CLSA research analyst, discuss the IPO and how Hilton's business model stacks up against its competitors.
CNBC's David Faber crunches the numbers on Hilton's IPO, which is set to price after the bell today and will trade under the symbol "HLT."
CNBC's David Faber reports on Hilton Hotel's IPO push. Hilton is expected to raise as much as $2.37 billion.
A new Colloquy study has found heirs may have trouble claiming inherited reward miles or points. Do you need a mileage estate plan?
Blackstone Group has received more than six offers for the hotel operator La Quinta, but may sell shares of the company to the public instead.
The hotel operator has filed an IPO of up to $1.25 billion, reports the "Squawk on the Street" news crew.
The demise of room service may be exaggerated. Hungry travelers still have plenty of options for in-room eating, including hotel grab-and-go items and free local restaurant delivery.
As airlines ramp up fees for checked and carry-on bags, more hotels are offering items to borrow, rent or take for free. That lets travelers pack light, but still have everything.
One big hotel chain is dropping room service, reports CNBC's Simon Hobbs.
"Luxury has returned very strongly," said John Vanderslice, Hilton Worldwide Luxury & Lifestyle head, explaining how his company plans to expand growth by catering to luxury consumers and personalize travel.
"Road Warrior Tested" reviews the Hilton Los Angeles International Airport, a mid-scale property less than a mile from the airport.
Martin Rinck, president of Asia Pacific, Hilton Worldwide, talks about the hotel chain's commitment to developing a talent pool and their expansion plans for Greater China.
Making money on China's tourism boom, with Christopher Nassetta, Hilton Hotels president/CEO.