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  • *Eid normally one of busiest times of year for Doha hotels. *But Saudi, UAE, Bahrain visitors absent. DOHA, June 26- A boycott imposed by four Arab nations that accuse Qatar of supporting terrorism is squeezing the tourism sector and Doha's hotels which would normally be full in the Eid al-Fitr holiday have seen steep falls in their occupancy rates.

  • In any industry certainty is better than none: Royal Caribbean CEO

    CNBC's Susan Li talks with Richard Fain, Royal Caribbean CEO, about the travel ban, the cruise industry, the price of oil and ship innovation.

  • SHANGHAI, June 26- A Chinese court sentenced three Australian employees of casino operator Crown Resorts Ltd to short jail terms on Monday, an Australian diplomat said, but they will have little time left to serve as the sentences run from the date of their detention last October. The embassy official said Crown's head of international VIP gambling Jason...

  • Cuba is still a very small part of our business: Carnival CEO

    Carnival CEO Arnold Donald talks about the company's second quarter earnings and sales beating expectations amid recent international terrorist attacks and Cuba sanctions with CNBC's Susan Li.

  • Smooth sailing for cruise industry

    CNBC's Susan Li reports on the outlook for cruise operators as bookings are ahead of estimates.

  • If you're using plastic to finance your getaway, you're racking up an average of $1,108 for a little rest and relaxation.

  • Ken Chu, Catherine Chu and Tenniel Chu of the Mission Hills Group talk about their father's vision of promoting golf in China twenty-five years ago.

  • Tourists sit near a cruise ship in Havana, Cuba May 15, 2017.

    President Donald Trump's tightening of travel to Cuba won't stop airlines and cruise lines from its operations, but it could slow hotel development.

  • TORONTO/ MONTREAL, June 16- Marriott International Inc's St. A third source said the Trump Organization already has agreed to a settlement that will see it walk away from its branding and management deal for the 65- story hotel and condo tower in the financial district of Canada's largest city. Trump, whose business connections were the subject of two lawsuits...

  • President Donald Trump's decision to roll back his predecessor's opening toward Cuba will spare airlines and cruise operators who have bet on a new revenue source, but the rollback could affect them by weakening demand. Trump on Friday ordered tighter restrictions on Americans traveling to Cuba and a clampdown on U.S. business dealings with the islands...

  • President Donald Trump's plan to roll back his predecessor's opening toward Cuba will spare airlines and cruise operators betting on a new revenue source but the rollback could affect them by weakening demand. Trump is expected to outline moves meant to reverse the trade-and-travel rapprochement by the Obama administration that will enrich Cuba's "...

  • President Donald Trump's plan to roll back his predecessor's opening toward Cuba will spare airlines and cruise operators betting on a new revenue source but the rollback could affect them by weakening demand. Trump is expected to outline moves meant to reverse the trade-and-travel rapprochement by the Obama administration that will enrich Cuba's "...

  • ASKED ABOUT STARWOOD HOTELS, SENIOR WHITE HOUSE OFFICIAL SAID NEW POLICY DOES NOT INTEND TO DISRUPT EXISTING BUSINESSES.

  • President Donald Trump is expected to announce plans on Friday to rollback former President Barack Obama's loosening of travel restrictions to Cuba.

    Airlines, hotel companies and cruise lines are bracing for President Donald Trump's announcement on his Cuba policy.

  • Easy money: You're renting out your home to vacationing families. Here's how to do it.

  • June 15- Marriott International Inc Chief Executive Arne Sorenson on Thursday urged the Trump administration to improve relations with post-Castro Cuba and recognize tourism as a strategic tool in the effort. President Donald Trump is expected to announce a new Cuba policy on Friday. Marriott, the world's biggest hotel operator, already has a hotel in Cuba,...

  • BEIJING, June 14- Founded as a provincial auto insurer, Anbang Insurance burst from obscurity with a $2 billion bid for New York's Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in 2014, casting the company and its ambitious chairman as flagbearers for a new breed of Chinese dealmakers. But its headline-grabbing deals and the connections forged by chairman Wu Xiaohui- from Beijing to...

  • Hilton's Asia Pacific president talks growth strategy in the sharing economy

    China is a key market, with millions of travelers seeking accommodations in many secondary or tertiary cities, says Hilton's APAC president, Martin Rinck.

  • June 8- Universal Entertainment Corp, a Japanese maker of slot machines, said on Thursday it was investigating what it suspects was an improper transfer of funds by Kazuo Okada, its founder and chairman, to a company he controls. The statement says that all but HK $5 million of the loan was subsequently transferred to Okada Holdings Limited, a company controlled by...

  • June 8- Universal Entertainment Corp, a Japanese maker of slot machines, said on Thursday it was investigating what it suspects was an improper transfer of funds by Kazuo Okada, its founder and chairman, to a company he controls. The statement says that all but HK $5 million of the loan was subsequently transferred to Okada Holdings Limited, a company controlled by...