Dubai's miniature world of hotels and resorts is close to opening its first sections.
A hotel owner bans heavier guests because she wants to have fragile 'classic' furniture.
Free parking at casino hotels will be back when MGM Resorts start to re-open and others will likely follow.
Hilton's CEO expects hotels to resume normal levels long before airlines and cruise lines.
Amsterdam's war on what it considers excess tourism impact takes a new twist with licensed short-term rentals with a ban in the city center.
As hotels struggle for business, Red Roof comes up with another temporary niche.
It may seem like a grim joke, but for a significant number of people, a hotel room may be the best choice for self-isolation.
China's hotels are betting on better times, and are pre-selling discounted future travel to get cash now to survive.
Airbnb finds more renters looking for the unusual, so it's helping to create more...
Under Dutch law, middlement can't charge both sides of a transaction; a disputed court ruling orders Airbnb to refund fees paid by renters.
The spreading coronavirus epidemic and fears of it are having a growing effect on the travel industry.
PHeymont examines some of the outward aspects of buildings that give Madrid its character.
A new classification system, after nine years without one, will give Brussels hotels new stars and new marketing tools.
New hotels will reprise the games of the early digital age as well as some of the latest. Game on!
Rents are capped by new laws, but a consumer group survey found many violations in housing-tight Paris.