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Get your mind out of the gutter.
Luxury Austrian hotel had to pay the anonymous hacker before he re-enabled the room door locks and key cards.
The Milan suite boasts 10,764 square feet of luxury living space and, if you have to ask the price, you definitely can't afford it.
Bookings at the Washington D.C. and New York City properties had plunged during the campaign but have now spiked after his victory.
Wyndham scores an upset while Starwood and Marriott retool following their merger; a better value than airline miles.
A photo gallery.
Could you check in and end up sleeping on previously used sheets?
A Model T assembly plant, a brewery, and a post office are three of the sites that have been repurposed as hostelries.
Marriott and Starwood say that they have agreed to let the Chinese Ministry of Commerce extend its review period of the $13.6 billion transaction.
You may want to know who owns the hotel you're staying in.
They include a decommissioned lighthouse, a windmill, an Art Deco extravaganza, and an Elizabethan fortress.
The Federal Trade Commission has released a report on resort fees breaking down how hotels-- which do not include the fees in the price of the rooms-- are wasting the time and effort of travelers.
For example, Marriott has will not provide religious books at two of its newest millennial-oriented brands, Moxy and Edition hotels.
The reasons for their demise are varied and interesting.
The new Marriott has already made its first major decision: to give reciprocal benefits to members of each loyalty program.
Not that I could stay there, but it sure is ugly!
The good and bad of Airbnb.
It might be worth checking.
Here are 20 that might qualify.
The first properties will be in Dubai, New York, and Las Vegas.
Photos of 20 castles where you can spend the night.
The world's "10 most luxurious airport lodgings."
A list worth checking.
Inside a floating hostel in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
The emphasis is on luxury.
Inside Edition investigators stayed in nine upmarket hotels in New York and allegedly found three hadn't changed or washed their bedding before new customers arrived.
Hey kids, it's time for slime.
HEI Hotels & Resorts, which operates a number of Starwood, Marriott, Hyatt, and other properties, says that 20 of its properties were hacked and payment card data stolen.
A reward for never being at home!
Not sure either claim is true, but interesting none the less.