The forecast for the hotel industry in 2014 is mostly sunny skies and balmy breezes, with companies like Marriott International carrying revenue momentum from last year into this one.
Marriott Rewards and Ritz Carlton Rewards added 3.4 million new members in 2013. The combined loyalty programs have seen 50% growth in membership over past five years. Full-service hotels in Marriott, Renaissance, Autograph Collection...Show More Summary
Marriott International (MAR) Q4 2013 Earnings Call February 20, 2014 10:00 am ET Executives Arne M. Sorenson - Chief Executive Officer, President, Director and Member of Committee for Excellence Carl T. Berquist - Chief Financial Officer, Principal Accounting Officer and Executive Vice President Laura E. Show More Summary
While pundits and analysts debate whether the Big Apple is getting the economic boom from the Super Bowl that it was promised, one clear winner has emerged—Marriott International, whose hotels... To view the full story, click the title link.
The CEOs of hotel chain Marriott International and telecom giant AT&T are calling on Congress to grant them immigration reform so they can hire more cheap labor from outside the United States – at a time when an unprecedentedly high number of Americans are out of work. Show More Summary
On Tuesday, Marriott International officially opened the nation's tallest hotel. The 68-story, 378-room Courtyard hotel and 261-room Residence Inn occupy a 753-foot-high tower that sits at the corner... To view the full story, click the title link.
Marriott International Inc., the owner of brands including Ritz-Carlton and Renaissance Hotels, is opening the tallest U.S. hotel building in New York as tourism in the city reaches a record. The 68-story tower at the corner of Broadway and 54th Street houses a 378-room Courtyard hotel and a 261-room Residence Inn. Show More Summary
Hotelier Marriott is trading at 52-week highs and for five good reasons, chief among them international growth. How does the company compare to Wyndham Worldwide and Intercontinental Hotels Group?
Marriott International Inc. is stacking two hotels on top of each other to reach higher than any single New York City hotel building ever has.
As hyped as we are for new Trump International Old Post Office Hotel, we have more imminent DC hotel news to get excited about. The downtown Shaw neighborhood of DC is getting a major new hotel next spring. The Marriott Marquis Washington will be the largest hotel in DC, connected to the Walter E. Show More Summary
BILL MARRIOTT may know more about the hotel industry than anyone on the planet. He has spent almost six decades working for the family group, now known as Marriott International, and still radiates enthusiasm for what he calls "the most fascinating business in the world". Show More Summary
Marriott International has announced a major deal to acquire Protea Hotels, one of Africa’s largest lodging companies with 116 hotels in seven African countries. In addition to 80 hotels in South Africa, Protea has hotels in Malawi, Namibia, Nigeria,Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia. Show More Summary
The hospitality giant continues to gain ground on a global expansion and improving unit metrics. Growth investors should love this asset-light, high-ROI business.
Marriott Rewards hotel category 1 and 2 properties outnumber Hilton nearly 8 to 1 in the USA (Marriott 801 hotels to Hilton 106 hotels). Marriott Rewards competitive advantage by sheer number of hotels at the lowest reward levels means...Show More Summary
Arne Sorenson, CEO of Marriott International Ian Schrager, founder and chairman of Ian Schrager Company Sorenson: Because we come from different places culturally, that will always create sparks now and then in the relationship. But we have really deep respect for Ian and what he brings in this space that we don't have. Show More Summary
Hotel giant Marriott International has found a new home to trade its shares.
By Thomas Kee: By Neal Rau Marriott International Inc. (MAR), which operates the Courtyard, Renaissance, Ritz-Carlton and Fairfield brands as well as its namesake hotels, has benefited from growing demand from corporate travelers in the U.S. Show More Summary
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The Abu Dhabi government fund is close to buying a new hotel in Manhattan. The fund is in talks to buy the Marriott International's Editions hotel that is being built at 5 Madison Ave. along with two other hotels in London and Miami Beach, according to The Wall Street Journal. Show More Summary
You’ve probably had experiences at hotels that range from truly enjoyable to “never goin’ back to that dump again.” Today, we look at a hotel chain that excels at providing top-flight customer service as well as furthering the goals of its franchisees and stockholders. In other words, a hotel chain that gets it right. Marriott [...]