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Starwood Hotels CEO says not possible to run global business from...

DUBAI, UAE – “With 80 percent of Starwood’s pipeline coming from rapidly-growing markets, it is simply not possible to lead a truly global business from a boardroom in Connecticut,” says Starw

Sheraton Hotels and Resorts celebrates opening of Bali Kuta Resort

BALI, Indonesia - Sheraton Hotels & Resorts, part of Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc., today announced the opening of the Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort on Kuta Beach, one of world’s renowned su

Starwood staff fluffs 15,652 pillows to open largest hotel in Macau

STAMFORD, Connecticut – Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc.

W Hotels Worldwide continues expansion throughout the Middle East

DUBAI - W Hotels Worldwide today announced it has signed an agreement with Al Sharq Investment LLC to debut a new W Hotel in Dubai on The Palm Jumeirah.

Starwood Hotels announces changes to leadership team

STAMFORD, Connecticut – Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. announced today several promotions and changes to its leadership team.

Aloft Hotels debuts first hotel in Thailand

BANGKOK, Thailand - The heart of Bangkok beats a little faster today with the official opening of Aloft Bangkok - Sukhumvit 11.

Starwood Hotels introduces new all-inclusive resort in Panama

White Plains, NY - Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. and Sunstar Hotel & Development, S.A.

Starwood Hotels ordered to pay US$3 million for unlawful retaliation against...

A verdict was reached yesterday afternoon in Manhattan Federal Court, when a jury awarded US$3 million to Moises Mendez, a 46-year-old baker for Starwood Hotels. Mr.

Darker days ahead for travel trade, experts claim

NEW YORK (eTN) - The industry is not going down the tubes. Not yet, say industry experts at the 30th anniversary of NYU International Hospitality Investment Conference held at the Waldorf Astoria.But don’t expect the market to turn the corner in 12 months. Experts are saying the ride is longer than what the industry might think.