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Shore Hotel Rewards Fliers

Jan 31, 2020  |   Contributor: Jill Weinlein

According to a Washington D.C. based advocacy group Flyers Rights, airplanes are offering less leg room to travelers. These shrinking and uncomfortable seats not only threaten the ability to evacuate a plane within 90 seconds, but are thwarting tr... Read More

Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai: The Jewel in Palm Jumeirah's Crown

Jan 28, 2020  |   Contributor: Elisabeth Rushton

Dubai boasts a plethora of opulent hotels, but Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai is extraordinarily lavish, even by local standards.  From the foundation of its first hotel in 1879, the Kempinksi Group has sought inspiration from the palace of V... Read More

A Winter Weekend in Wilmington at the Iconic Hotel DuPont

Jan 27, 2020  |   Contributor: Shea Peters

Only a 2 hour train ride from NYC, Wilmington, DE is one of those Eastern Seaboard cities that manages to be a hidden gem, yet still the Corporate Capital of America.Home to a famous family of inventors named the duPonts, Wilmingt... Read More

Antigua's Hottest New Opening: Hodges Bay Resort and Spa

Jan 15, 2020  |   Contributor: Whitney Spielfogel

There are many reasons to start planning a Caribbean escape right now. With winter officially upon us and more direct flight options than ever before (and hurricane season behind us), you might be in desperate want of some vitamin D and some fun i... Read More

Mendoza: Argentina's Wine Country

Jan 14, 2020  |   Contributor: Diane Sukiennik & Michael Reiss

If wine is your passion, you’ve already got Mendoza on your “bottle list”. The city itself revolves around Independence Square with its impressive fountains and sprawling park surrounded by bodegas and bottle shops galore. But ve... Read More

San Miguel De Allende Is A Tourism Treasure

Jan 13, 2020  |   Contributor: Bijan Bayne

Located in Central Mexico, San Miguel De Allende is equally popular with Mexican tourists, foreign visitors, and U.S. expats. Reasons range from its postcard views, gothic architecture, relaxed pace, and cultural festivals. 60 miles from Guanajato... Read More

Natural Selection Safaris Offers an Incredible Summer Special

Jan 13, 2020  |   Contributor: Ela Walz

A selection of Botswana safari lodges are offering significant discounts right now, so if you’re in the mood to embark on an African safari, there’s still time to book one — but you better hurry! Now through March 2020, Southern... Read More

Industry Interview With Interlaken Tourism CEO Daniel Sulzer

Jan 13, 2020  |   Contributor: Bijan Bayne

I interviewed Interlaken Tourism CEO Daniel Sulzer about markets, trends, & the Jungfrau Region's popularity with Asian visitors What led to Interlaken becoming such a popular desti... Read More

How To Save Time and Money Flying out of Sydney

Jan 9, 2020  |   Contributor: JustLuxe

Summer means vacation and when you’re looking to get out of Sydney and head to some far-flung destination, it’s pretty easy to catch a direct flight from Sydney airport to almost anywhere in the world. ... Read More

Shangri-La Paris Offers Eiffel Tower Views in A Former French Palace

Jan 7, 2020  |   Contributor: GiAnna Wyatt

When booking a hotel in Paris, the ultimate goal is the secure a room with a view of the Eiffel Tower... even better if it has a balcony. The best tower views are at the Shangri-La Paris, which was originally the home of imperial Prince Roland Bon... Read More

Streamsong Resort Offers The Best In Florida Golf

Jan 6, 2020  |   Contributor: Bijan Bayne

Located 57 miles from Tampa, 89 miles from Orlando and 26 miles from Lakeland, Streamsong Resort is one the most popular golf destinations in the world. Foursomes flock from everywhere to play the Blue, Red and Black courses, homages to Scottish l... Read More

Switzerland's Jungfrau Region Offers Alpine Attractions

Jan 6, 2020  |   Contributor: Bijan Bayne

Switzerland's Jungfrau region is storybook picturesque, amid the grandeur of The Alps. Interlaken is its tourism and cultural base. The city is a friendly, walkable burg with varied shopping, a vibrant restaurant scene, and unmatched opportun... Read More

Unscripted Hotel Durham Is Boutique At Its Best

Jan 6, 2020  |   Contributor: Bijan Bayne

For the business, education, or vacation traveler seeking a marriage of convenience & chic, few properties can match the bright retro decors and proximity to downtown attractions of Unscripted Durnam in Durham, N.C. This is a fun hotel that to... Read More

High Style In The Rockies At Hotel Boulderado

Jan 6, 2020  |   Contributor: Bijan Bayne

Established in 1909, the Hotel Boulderado is a nod to Victorian elegance, statuesquely situated in the convenience of downtown Boulder near the University of Colorado. The grand property boasts fine dining, highly attentive staff, commanding views... Read More

Ciragan Palace Kempinski Hotel Istanbul Is Historic Ottoman Opulence

Jan 6, 2020  |   Contributor: Bijan Bayne

Istanbul has been a gateway between East and West, Europe and Asia, and to the Middle East for centuries. Visitors from the world over, come to experience its famous mosques, Grand Bazaar, and Spice Market.  Situated on the Bosphorous... Read More

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