A coalition of European cities hopes the EU will force vacation rental companies to cooperate with local regulation.
Dutch courts ruled Airbnb couldn't collect from host and renter; now Airbnb is suing the suers.
New rules for short-term rentals in the Netherlands have kicked in, but they are off to a slow start as tourism lags.
A major hotel owner is switching brands on a big chunk of its holdings.
A shuttered resort hotel in India has turned its oversize swimming pool into a temporary fish farm, hoping to replace some of its lost revenues.
Airbnb limits occupancy to 16 and says no to hosting parties or events anywhere.
Seduced initially by the public faces of our destinations, it’s the private spaces that remain most vivid in PortMoresby’s memory.
For those who love the sea and have plenty of cash, a seagoing condo on a 290-foot mega-yacht.
Does where we choose to sleep when we travel say something meaningful about us, or nothing at all? PortMoresby thinks it does & shares her own choices over the years.
In South Africa's Kruger National Park, a retired sleeper train has become a permanent hotel—parked on a bridge!
New rules, especially affecting under-25s, are aimed at blocking big house parties in rented spaces.
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.