The New York Attorney General's Office has asked a federal court to overturn the Trump administration's ban on enrollment and re-enrollment by state
MGM will continue to operate both hotel casinos under lease agreements. (Los Angeles Times)
By leveraging an asset that the city has had forVisit Louisville created an authentic, popular, and successful brand identity.
As Marriott doubles down on its all-inclusive expansion plans, it's becoming clear the hospitality giant is taking a no-holds-barred approach to rapi
London's transportation regulator has refused to renew Uber's license to operate in the city, saying the company is not "fit and proper" to run a pri
Representatives from Brand USA and the U.S. Travel Association told a congressional subcommittee that if Brand USA is not renewed, the U.S. would con
The addition of the Sands station to the system would connect more than 30,000 hotel rooms and more than 8 million square feet of convention space.
AEG Facilities and SMG have completed their merger to create ASM Global, a new, global facility management and venue services company that now operat
The collapse of iconic travel company Thomas Cook Group is having ripple effects in Asia, where the British company was a pioneer in tourism.
Thomas Cook, a 178-year-old British travel company and airline, declared bankruptcy early Monday morning, suspending operations and leaving 60,000 tr
A lawsuit in the nation's capital calls resort fees "a straight-forward price deception case."
Nebraska's attorney general filed a lawsuit against Hilton for its use of resort fees, two weeks after the District of Columbia attorney general file
Beginning in Oct. 1, 2020, if your state-issued identification isn't REAL ID compliant, you will neven on a domestic flight.
Hilton President and CEO, Chris Nassetta, announced that the hospitality giant is on track to open more luxury properties in 2019 than in any other y
The world's worst travel fee may be history. Mandatory resort fees could disappear if a lawsuit filed this week by the District of Columbia's Attorne
The opportunity to earn a trip to Barbados, Nevis, or Saint Lucia seems like it checks all the boxes for a motivating incentive program: sunny skies,
The Treasury Department has clarified the rules after the U.S. banned "people to people" travel on June 5.
The Treasury Department said it would crack down on the most popular ways for Americans to visit the island.
MGM resorts might have to pay nearly $800 million to settle liability lawsuits for the shooting that took place at the property's Mandalay Bay in 201
Expedia is under investigation by the Utah attorney general for allegedly conspiring with U.S. hotel chains to get rid of competition in online trave