Recent attacks in Germany and France are forcing some businesses to consider whether there will be a long-term economic hit from the upsurge in terrorism.
Tom Marchant, co-founder of Black Tomato, says there is continued interest at the top end of the travel market for tailored experiences.
CNBC's Carl Quintanilla looks at the lodging space for athletes at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics. The accommodations are getting mixed reviews. The NBA players are staying on a luxury cruise ship, in extremely nice accommodations.
Marriott has been observing customers' comments to enhance their brand awareness.
Steve Joyce, Choice Hotels International President & CEO, discusses his company's second quarter results and the state of the U.S. and global hotel industry.
Two out of 3 2016 presidential debates will go up against NFL games, a prospect that has Donald Trump upset over the format.
Donald Trump said he was taking the gloves off in his battle against Hillary Clinton in the race for the White House.
Marriott International CEO Arne Sorenson discusses revenue growth and the outlook of corporate bookings.
A new start-up is helping businesses have quicker, easier access to swanky meeting venues.
Sebastien Bazin, AccorHotels CEO, discusses how terrorism is changing the way people travel, the tourism industry, and the impact of Brexit on bookings.
Tuniu CFO Conor Yang says more Chinese consumers want the flexibility of booking their own air tickets or hotels, instead of taking a package tour.
Loews is opening a new resort at Universal Orlando. Discussing the importance of securing hotels, with Jonathan Tisch, Loews Hotels Chairman, Co-Owner of the Giants, Loews Co-Chairman of the Board
This new generation of travelers are most interested in authenticity and a distinct cultural experience, says Phocuswright's Douglas Quinby.
If you're planning a stay at home vacation, you don't actually have to stay home. However, you do need a strategy, an expert tells CNBC.
Japan's visitor arrivals are rising sharply on the back of the Asian middle-class boom, says Rogers Investment Advisors CEO Ed Rogers.
Britain may pay a high cost for last week's vote to quit the European Union, but it could also mean a low cost vacation for travelers.
CNBC's Seema Mody reports that travelers are taking advantage of drops in the pound following the Brexit referendum outcome.
Tilman Fertitta, CNBC's Billion Dollar Buyer and Chairman & CEO of Fertitta Entertainment, discuses the Brexit effect on U.S. restaurants and what businesses should be doing in this climate.
While Brexit will hit the hotel industry hard it won't actually be a huge issue for the U.K. as a whole, says Aron Harilela from Harilela Hotels.
Steve Kaufer, TripAdvisor CEO, discusses his company's humanitarian efforts to help the more than 65 million people displaced worldwide.