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6/22/2017  |  by Jessica Montevago

Holilday Inn parent announced plans for a new brand targeting more than 14 million guests in the $20 billion U.S. market.

6/22/2017  |  by Jessica Montevago

The Jamaican resorts operator shared plans for its new all-suite Sandals LaSource St. Lucia.

6/21/2017  |  by Jessica Montevago

Holilday Inn parent announced plans for a new brand targeting more than 14 million guests in the $20 billion U.S. market.

6/21/2017  |  by Jessica Montevago

Park goers can choose an alcoholic beverage or specialty beverage with their meals beginning in 2018.

6/20/2017  |  by Jessica Montevago

Marriott currently has plans for three hotels in Cuba.

6/20/2017  |  by Jessica Montevago

Tips on best practices for Facebook, Twitter and Instagram from TMR’s Travel Marketplace show.

6/19/2017  |  by Jessica Montevago

The world’s biggest hotel company is cracking down on last-minute cancellations. 

6/14/2017  |  by Jessica Montevago

An industry veteran assumes a new role.

6/14/2017  |  by Jessica Montevago

Mexico’s Paradisus Cancun yesterday unveiled the results of its $2.6 million renovation to 135 of its Royal Service Ocean View Suites, as well as the Royal Service Lounge. The upgraded suites boast an open-air concept with nature-inspired design details, 50-inch HD televisions and espresso machines.

The second phase of the makeover, to debut in December, will include new Royal Service Lagoon View Suites and a private Royal Service Solarium.

Royal Service guests also now have access to a new Dead Sea Treatment at the YHI Spa, using black pearl powder, pure oils and plant extracts.

6/14/2017  |  by Jessica Montevago


Italy’s most popular tourist destination is taking drastic steps to protect some of its historic and artistic fountains.

Rome’s mayor signed an order Monday barring any eating, drinking or littering near 40 fountains. Additionally, tourists will no longer be able to sit or climb on them. The tradition of throwing a coin is still permitted. It’s an effort to protect what has been vandalized and soiled over the years.  

Violators will be fined, from 40 euros ($45) to as much as 240 euros ($270). "Most importantly, Rome's police have been tasked with monitoring these sites with ever more scrutiny," Mayor Virginia Raggi said in a videotaped comment. “We have to protect our city; decorum is important."