The test is to roll out in the coming weeks and will carry on into 2016. Hilton will use information gleaned from the tests to see if the pace of its cancellations decreases. Hilton’s current cancellation policy went into effect on January 1. Marriott implemented the same policy, also effective at the start of the year. While Marriott seems to have met some of its goals with the new cancellation policy, Hilton has not had the same results, as the company continues to see a high number of cancellation rates. In fall 2014, Hilton as well as Marriott announced their current cancellation policies that went into effect at the beginning of this year, lengthening their cancellation window from 6 p.m. the day of check-in to 11:59 p.m. the day before check-in. Failing to cancel before then incurs a fee of one night’s stay. Get the full story at Skift