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Puerto Rico Left Without Power After Hurricane Maria Makes Landfall
Puerto Rico Left Without Power After Hurricane Maria Makes Landfall

Travel companies are being forced to react to yet another natural disaster as Maria barrels through Puerto Rico and now toward the Dominican Republic.

Miami and its Beaches Extend Discounts and Packages Through End of October
Marriott’s Caribbean and Latin America Resorts Launch New Group Promotion
Marriott’s Caribbean and Latin America Resorts Launch New Group Promotion
Walt Disney World Brings Back Star Wars Galactic Nights
Walt Disney World Brings Back Star Wars Galactic Nights
Napa Valley Promotes "Crush Season" to Tourists
Central Mexico Rocked By 7.1-Magnitude Earthquake, Hundreds Killed
Central Mexico Rocked By 7.1-Magnitude Earthquake, Hundreds Killed

The death toll climbed to 226 as emergency workers continue to search for survivors.

InterContinental Hotels Group Reveals Name of New Midscale Brand
InterContinental Hotels Group Reveals Name of New Midscale Brand

IHG also shared renderings of the proposed properties.

Hurricane Maria Intensifies as it Moves Toward Puerto Rico
Hurricane Maria Intensifies as it Moves Toward Puerto Rico

Airlines begin to prepare for a third major hurricane to make landfall on U.S. territory in the last four weeks.

Miami and its Beaches Are Open for Business Post Hurricane Irma
Miami and its Beaches Are Open for Business Post Hurricane Irma

Local tourism officials work hard to shift perceptions formed by last week’s nonstop cable television footage and viral videos of downtown Miami flooding.

Peter Greenberg: Hotels Imitating Airlines Is “the Road to Disaster”
Peter Greenberg: Hotels Imitating Airlines Is “the Road to Disaster”

With four airlines now owning a majority of the market, hotels seem to be heading in the same direction, Greenberg, the travel editor at CBS News, told a meeting of the New York chapter of Hospitality Sales & Marketing Association International.