A boutique hotel will open on the grounds of the Chateau de Versailles, complete with an Alain Ducasse restaurant.
A new platform curates vacation rental listings that welcome LGBTQ travelers
The vacation rental company, which has also been booking local experiences, is now also booking animal interactions.
Hundreds of Spanish hotels, especially in the Canaries and Balearics, face a bleak future with their biggest customer out of business.
A new bipartisan effort in Congress along with consumer and state lawsuits add up to a new attack on the hated fees.
An Airbnb/Downton Abbey promotion puts a night in fabled Highclere Castle within the reach of anyone, or rather, of one lucky couple for one night.
A first for the desert resort: A no-smoking, no-gambling hotel focused on wellness
In most hotels and motels, the bathroom is the corner space with no window and, hopefully, a noisy but effective ventilating fan. But, USA Today points out, for some hotels, it's a real room with a view. In a recent article with slideshow, the paper presents a gallery of 28 spectacular bathrooms with views on some of the world's most iconic landmarks. P.S.: if you plan to try any of these rooms...they're mostly in luxury hotels.
A big British consumer advice site finds a high proportion of fake reviews in popular destinations.
Marriott, the world's largest hotel operator, is signing on for the environment by getting rid of its tiny disposable bottles.
Faced with a declining Buddhist population, numbers of Japanese temples are opening their lodgings to western visitors.
Kai Rambow's summer adventure on Iceland's Ring Road includes a most unusual hotel.
One of the world's most famous hotels returns from a shutdown for renovation.
After 2 visits to Oaxaca, PortMoresby moves on for a long anticipated stay farther south in Chiapas, Mexico.
An astonishing proposal for a built-into-the-mountain hotel also includes an infinity pool sticking out into space.