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The combined company will own or franchise more than 5,500 hotels around the world.
Hotel chains are beefing up their amenities and shrinking their room size.
The home-rental platform today announced that it will automatically collect tourism taxes for guests and remit them directly to the City Hall.
High-tech travel innovations are coming your way. We take a look at the latest developments.
Airbnb is giving Paris luxury hoteliers a fright.
From the secret to snagging an entire row of seats on the plane, to rigging your suitcase so it (hopefully) appears at the baggage claim first, here's a bunch of clever little tricks that make traveling much less of a crudstorm.
It's called 'the ARK.'
Once a watering hole of last resort filled with business travelers and tourists, the hotel bar is back with a vengeance.
Why being proactive, rather than reactive, in customer service creates loyalty and makes 'cents'.
Harried travellers are vulnerable to overpaying for bad food and overlooking perks available for the asking. You can do better.
After taking on the nightclub business in the 1970s, including creating the legendary Studio 54, Ian Schrager turned to hotels.
From auto repair or sandwich making, these franchises rank at the top of their industry categories.
To streamline the hotel experience, MobileSuites might be worth checking out.
Airline and hotel loyalty programs have undergone some significant changes in the last few years.
are businesses that provide lodging -- and often other services such as food and entertainment -- to travelers. Entrepreneurs can own a franchise of hotels, such as
Hampton by Hilton
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