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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.
Aloft hotels in New York and California are letting guests open their rooms with a smartphone app.
As hotel rooms near this year's Super Bowl in East Rutherford, N.J., sell out, homeowners are cashing in on the demand. Brent Bellm of HomeAway weighs in.
Another blast of winter weather in the U.S. Southeast and Midwest has forced the cancellation of thousands of flights.
As luxury hotel and restaurant chain Nobu prepares to launch in the Philippines, they already have their sights set on Singapore and Macau next.
Starting July 1, Southwest Airlines will start flying its own planes to Aruba, Jamaica and the Bahamas.
Royal Caribbean beat Q4 earnings expectations despite an illness outbreak on one of its cruises. Richard Fain, Royal Caribbean Cruises chairman & CEO discuss whether the outbreak will impact bookings and Royal's 2014 expectations.
Airports are busy rolling out major upgrades and expansions in places such as San Francisco, Denver, New York and New Orleans.
Baedeker Guides are long gone, but many of the traditional travel guides retain their influence when they produce a best-of list.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on record flight cancellations in January of this year. Transports are having the worst day since April of 2013.
The luxury level hotels have been slow to offer free Internet connections, but Loews is giving up the fees in hopes of luring more guests.
Where to find love Feb. 14 if you're willing to spend thousands on a hotel.
Two Las Vegas casino hotels will be the first known U.S. commercial gambling houses to accept bitcoin, the unregulated digital payment system.
Seth Kaplan, Airline Weekly managing partner, discusses how weather-related flight cancellations and delays will impact the airline industry, as well as new rules by the FAA for the busiest airports.
One of the country's most congested air spaces is expected to get worse with the addition of about 1,200 private jets during Super Bowl week.
Arne Sorenson, CEO & President of Marriott International, discusses his hotel's plans for global expansion and creating jobs in the industry.
Delta Air Lines beat estimates and is projecting strong growth for this quarter, in the range of 6 to 8 percent. CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports.
As fans flock to New York and New Jersey for the Super Bowl, some will actually bunk on ships on the river dividing the states.
The 6,000-square-foot presidential suite at the Fairmont in San Francisco is in a league of its own. Take a look inside this $20 million hotel room.
Jonathan Tisch, chairman of Loews Hotels and Resorts, discusses the renovation of the landmark hotel.
Not only are the retro-looking travel-trailers still being built by hand, but the company also can't keep up with demand.
MasterCard says holiday shoppers spent more on restaurants and travel, but not so much on new electronics.
Discussing the overall state of the cruise industry, and the opening in the Northwest passage, with Edie Rodriguez, Crystal Cruises president & COO.
A bankruptcy court has allowed defunct video streaming company Aereo Inc to auction its TV streaming technology assets, court papers show.
Classic con-artist routines, namely three-card monte and the shell game, apparently made a return to New York City streets for the holidays.
Santa's sleigh delivered more on-time packages this year, though a few retailers still broke their delivery promise.