Six hotel companies are named in a new class-action lawsuit, which claims to have uncovered an antitrust scheme to reduce competition and raise consumer prices.

Ants in a hotel bathroom are a big no-no, but are they justification for a lawsuit?

Prince Alwaleed bin Talal has sold his Four Seasons Hotel Damascus stake to a businessman linked to President Bashar al-Assad.

A key rule governing class-action waivers in arbitration cases could be reversed soon, but hoteliers should take care not to overstep their bounds in the…

Hotels are so focused on revenues and profits from guests and groups that they neglect their vendor agreements. What could go wrong? A lot.

Airbnb is protesting that it is the only sharing platform to abide by the laws around short-term lets in London.

Barricaded doors, increased security, shredded documents and cut phone lines—what sounds like a spy novel actually involves a management dispute at this Panama…

JLL predicts China will see a boost in hotel transaction numbers as local investor interest rises.

The Chinese government has seized control of Anbang Insurance Group, which owns the New York hotel and 16 Strategic Hotels & Resorts properties.