Hilton is not interested in homesharing at this point despite Marriott’s jumping into that market with Marriott Homes & Villas, according to Hilton CEO Christopher Nassetta, speaking on an earnings call. The executive said that at the moment homesharing is not something the company is pursuing, calling it “a different business.” He added, “What we think we’re in the business of is providing high-quality, consistent, branded experiences.” He said that means taking products at various price points that have the functionality and amenities customers want and “wrapping it in incredible service” all connected by loyalty. Hilton’s belief, said Nassetta, is not that homesharing is a bad business, just different, “and not the premium value proposition.” During the call, Hilton CFO Kevin Jacobs emphasized that the company’s business model, especially its strong fee business from hotel owners and its net unit growth, demonstrate the “resiliency of our model” that should be able to weather any future economic challenges.