Every hotel brand has a Twitter, Facebook, YouTube or Instagram account, but these five companies have upped the stakes.
Business travelers face many obstacles to eating healthy, but that doesn’t make it impossible.
The global epicenter of shark attacks is not Australia or South Africa, it's actually a heavily touristed U.S. state.
Like to share all the details of your vacation on Facebook and Twitter? A burglar can easily use that information against you.
Tropical Storm Chantal, the third storm of the 2013 Atlantic hurricane season, has canceled flights and altered cruises.
The next time you want to write up a complaint, take a tip from Arthur Hicks' open letter to Caribbean Airline LIAT.
Fewer Americans will travel for the 2013 Fourth of July holiday, and they will have to spend more money for gas, flights and hotels.
Some 30,000 hospitality workers in Paris are now armed with a six-page etiquette guide on how to be less rude to visitors.
Bear Mauls Man: Injured Intoxicated Suspect in Alaska Facing Charges For Feeding Wild Animal Barbecue
A man who reportedly had been drinking was mauled by a bear in Alaska this weekend after allegedly feeding the wild animal barbecue.
The average price of a hotel may be up this summer, but there are still deals to be found in Asia, Eastern Europe and the American South.
Is there a doctor on board? Turns out, most time fliers experience a midair medical emergency, a trained health professional is nearby.
The National Weather Service (NOAA) shares five tips on how to prepare the 2013 hurricane season in honor of National Hurricane Preparedness Week.
A heat wave with temperatures expected to hit 90 degrees or higher is forecast to make its way across four states in the East Coast starting Wednesday.
Memorial Day marks the start of summer, and for many families that means theme parks. But are the rides safe?
AAA released its Memorial Day 2013 weekend travel forecast Wednesday and numbers, the association says, will be down this year.
The sharing economy takes an idea most of us learned in kindergarten and monetizes it.
If a hotel allows smoking in any of its rooms, the smoke gets into all of them, according to a study published Monday in Tobacco Control.
Abu Dhabi airport's futuristic "sleeping pods" offer travelers a tiny private place to work or snooze.
Oakland, Calif., is the “most exciting city in America.” That’s right, not San Francisco, not New York, not Chicago, not L.A.
Airbnb's new "Verify ID" function will make sure you're real both online and off to enhance user trust.
Answer this honestly: How honest a traveler are you? That’s exactly what Hotels.com wanted to find out.
If U.S. Homeland Security has its way, Congress may soon authorize the study of a fee for all land crossings.
The initial forecast for the 2013 Atlantic Hurricane Season predicts a whopping 18 tropical cyclones. Here's how you can avoid them.
Is United Airlines the worst airline in America?
Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson may be the busiest airport in the world, but it doesn't crack the top five in the U.S. for international traffic.
A Washington 911 dispatcher sent her mother to an emergency believing she could respond faster than authorities.