It’s a bit rare to see Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) and Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) come together for a cause but that has just happened with their fight against Marriott International Inc (NASDAQ:MAR) and other hospitality companies over guests and their Wi-Fi connections. Show More Summary
Through tomorrow, December 18, 2014, book a reservation at any of six selected Marriott International Hotels and Resorts properties in Thailand and Vietnam and save up to 50 percent off of the best available room rate with rates starting...Show More Summary
When you stay at select Marriott International, Incorporated hotel properties located in the United States and Canada between now and January 31, 2015, you will earn 1,000 bonus US Airways Dividend Miles with each stay — up to a maximum...Show More Summary
It was only a year ago that we were nearly weeping tears of joy at the long-awaited opening of the Edition Hotel in London and just six months since we actually slept there but hotelier Ian Schrager and Marriott International have done it again, and a lot closer to home, too. Show More Summary
Marriott International has a CyberMonday 30% off North America hotels offer with several components. There may be some good deals, but the terms are prepaid, nonrefundable rates. Caribbean resorts, Gaylord resorts and Atlantis are participating in this sale. Show More Summary
"Yeah, but we don't kill our black people." Sitting in the faux-Spanish décor of the over-air-conditioned Marriott Hotel near the Miami International Airport, that was, in the end, the only thing I could say. We had been hanging around on the clay-colored sofas, talking business, and during a lull the conversation moved to Ferguson. Show More Summary
Last week, the NY Times' Joe Sharkey discovered that both Hilton Worldwide and Marriott International have changed their cancellations policies for most of their hotels. Typically, guests would have until 6pm the day of arrival to cancel their reservation without charge. Show More Summary
Ever since we first heard about Marriott International's plans to import the AC Hotels brand from Europe into the United States, we've been incredibly curious to see the finished product. And now we have--at the AC Hotel New Orleans....Show More Summary
Federal regulators fined Marriott International $600,000 last month for using a jamming device to block a hotel visitor from using a personal hotspot device while the hotel charged to use its wireless Internet.
Free Wi-Fi will be available as a standard benefit at greater than 3,800 hotel properties worldwide to all 47 million members of Marriott Rewards who book reservations through the official booking channels offered by Marriott International,...Show More Summary
Africa is the next growth market for Marriott, and here's how the company is making an even smarter investment there.
What’s Happening — 2014 PRSA International Conference at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park, all day — “Even This I Get to Experience” with Norman Lear at Sixth & I, 7 p.m. The Revolving Door Know someone starting or leaving a job?...Show More Summary
After a Courtyard by Marriott in Manhattan was embarrassingly outed for "code injecting" a few years back, we kinda thought that Marriott International would learn from this lesson and drop all their WiFi shenanigans, especially after telling us how much of a priority free and working WiFi are for them. Show More Summary
Marriott International will pay a $600,000 fine for jamming conference attendees' own Wi-Fi networks at its Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center, forcing them to pay hefty prices to use the hotel's own connection. While jamming...Show More Summary
Marriott International Inc. must pay a $600,000 fine for using technology to block visitors at a Nashville hotel from using their personal hotspot devices, the Federal Communications Commission announced Friday.
Marriott International was fined $600,000 by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission for blocking personal Wi-Fi Hot Spots using internet blocking technology at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, Tennessee. Show More Summary
This will make your blood boil. Marriott International admitted that it de-authenticated visitor and exhibitor connections to their mobile hotspots at Nashville's Gaylord Opryland Hotel and Convention Center, requiring them to pay as much as $1,000 per device to link to the hotel's Wi-Fi system, the FCC disclosed today. Show More Summary