FastBooking's Guillaume de Marcillac talks about how the digital space gives hoteliers the opportunity to reinvent themselves for Asia's booming middle class.
Lack of spending on tourism infrastructure will prevent Asean economies from keeping up with growth forecasts, says World Travel & Tourism Council's David Scowsill.
A “tourism blacklist” the Chinese government set up last year to name and shame misbehaving travelers does not seem to have had an impact, the NYT reports.
Over the next two weekends, about 150,000 visitors will hit Desert Trip and spend nearly half a billion dollars once the final curtain falls.
Sterling has recovered slightly from its flash crash when it plunged 6 percent against the dollar. Who will benefit if the pound stays low?
The tourism and leisure business can get volatile, but Hilton Worldwide's CEO thinks the legacy hotel chain has the right strategy.
Size matters but success in the hotel business requires quality as well, says Hilton Worldwide's Christopher Nassetta.
Hilton Worldwide CEO Christopher Nassetta talks about old and new competitors, including the merged Marriott-Starwood group and disruptor Airbnb.
New investments and a shift to the mass market will help Macau’s gaming industry, said casino tycoon Lui Che Woo.
The Asia region is also embracing the idea of home-sharing like the rest of the world, says Airbnb's Chip Conley.
Hotels and home-sharing platform Airbnb can co-exist because they provide different options, says Chip Conley, head of global hospitality and strategy at Airbnb.
Stephen Furlong, airline equity analyst at Davy Stockbrokers, and John Strickland, director of JLS Consulting, discuss EasyJet and the airline sector.
Winter is coming and you are invited to visit Syria. That seems to be the latest message from the Syrian Ministry of Tourism in a "Game of Thrones" inspired video.
Marriott International Asia Pacific's Craig Smith talks about the Golden Week holidays, tourism in China and Marriott's Starwood acquisition.
The World Travel and Tourism Council says governments are spending hundreds of billions of dollars on tourism this year.
Republican candidate Trump's company conducted business in Cuba in the late 1990s, violating the trade embargo, Newsweek will report on Friday.
Antoine Lesne, head of SPDR ETF strategy at State Street Global Advisors, talks about Thomas Cook, consumers and the travel industry.
Various tourist destinations have different patterns of recovery from terrorist attacks, explains Sojern's Stephen Taylor.
A rise in right-wing extremism is posing a serious threat to the economy in East Germany, according to a government report.
Sports experts say that North Carolina is likely to lose over $110 million in sports tourism thanks to its controversial "bathroom law."