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Act fast: Lie-flat business class to Europe as low as 45,00 miles each way - thepointsguy.com - France - Britain - Usa - New York - city Boston, county Logan - county Logan - Philadelphia - state Alaska - state Hawaii - Hawaiian
thepointsguy.com
17.05.2024 / 03:09

Act fast: Lie-flat business class to Europe as low as 45,00 miles each way

It's been a good week for business-class deal hunters. We saw incredible Air France Flying Blue business-class award space earlier this week and then stumbled upon first-class flights to Hawaii as low as 40,000 each way.

Where To Eat For Cheap In The Hamptons Every Night Of The Week - forbes.com - county Hampton
forbes.com
16.05.2024 / 22:49

Where To Eat For Cheap In The Hamptons Every Night Of The Week

The Hamptons and discount rarely belong in the same sentence. But if you know where and when to look, there are some excellent deals at some of the East End’s top restaurants if you plan accordingly. Here’s where to take advantage of nightly specials:

Inside The High-Tech, High-Touch New Spa At The Global Ambassador - forbes.com - Usa - Brazil - state Arizona - city Phoenix, state Arizona - county Hampton
forbes.com
16.05.2024 / 14:15

Inside The High-Tech, High-Touch New Spa At The Global Ambassador

Step into the lobby of The Global Ambassador in Phoenix, Arizona, and you are bound to smile. It is open, airy and refined, with comfortable sofas, a Euro-style espresso lounge and a stylish lobby bar where laughter bubbles up like champagne, as cocktails (and mocktails) flow freely. An enticing glimpse of the playful Pink Dolphin poolside restaurant and Barbie-inflected outdoor pool is a wink at the fun ahead.

On the Belgian Coast, a Design Gallery Where You Can Spend the Night - nytimes.com - Netherlands - Georgia - Los Angeles - Belgium - Switzerland - Japan - New York - city New York - city Chicago - state Alaska
nytimes.com
16.05.2024 / 09:19

On the Belgian Coast, a Design Gallery Where You Can Spend the Night

Last year, when Micha Pycke, 40, and Albane Paret, 39, bought an apartment in Ostend — a once run-down Belgian seaside town that, in recent years, has become a favorite of artists and designers — they knew they wanted the place to be, says Pycke, “something more than an Airbnb or holiday home.” Instead, the couple, who co-own the Ghent-based arts- and design-focused communications agency Club Paradis, envisioned what he calls “a new kind of space”: essentially, a gallery where guests could stay overnight. To that end, they’ve filled the 1,000-square-foot two-bedroom, which is on the eighth floor of a ’60s-era building overlooking the North Sea, with works by some of their favorite artists and designers, many of whom are also their clients. In the living room, a lacquered wood coffee table by the Dutch designer Linde Freya Tangelder’s studio, Destroyers/Builders, sits atop a limited-edition rug by the Swiss textile artist Christoph Hefti woven with images of foxes. In one of the bedrooms, a copper-colored, ruched-felt tapestry by Rooms Studio — a women-led company from Tbilisi, Georgia — hangs above a Duo seat by the Belgian team Muller Van Severen for Valerie Objects. And if you like something, you can probably take it with you; most of the pieces are for sale, and Pycke and Paret are also happy to connect guests directly with designers. . —

See inside Oheka Castle, the 127-room Long Island estate that inspired 'The Great Gatsby' - insider.com - Usa - New York - county Island - county Long - state North Carolina
insider.com
14.05.2024 / 15:39

See inside Oheka Castle, the 127-room Long Island estate that inspired 'The Great Gatsby'

If you've ever read or seen "The Great Gatsby," you know 1920s New York was home to extravagant mansions with owners who hosted lavish parties.

Emirates expands fleet makeover to cover 110 Airbus A380s, 81 Boeing 777s - thepointsguy.com - Los Angeles - New York - San Francisco - city Houston - city Dubai
thepointsguy.com
13.05.2024 / 18:51

Emirates expands fleet makeover to cover 110 Airbus A380s, 81 Boeing 777s

Emirates is already in the midst of a massive makeover of its fleet. Now, the Dubai-based carrier is planning to give even more of its long-haul jets a cabin face-lift — one that will ultimately bring its state-of-the-art premium economy seats to more cities.

More Manhattan Restaurants Are Expanding to The Hamptons This Summer - forbes.com - Italy - Usa - New York - Thailand - Indonesia - county Arthur - county Lane - county Hampton
forbes.com
13.05.2024 / 16:53

More Manhattan Restaurants Are Expanding to The Hamptons This Summer

More Manhattanites are making their way out East this summer, with popular downtown restaurants expanding their reach all the way to the Hamptons.

See inside Kykuit, a 40-room mansion in New York that once belonged to the richest man in the world - insider.com - Usa - New York - city New York - county Valley - county Hudson
insider.com
13.05.2024 / 16:27

See inside Kykuit, a 40-room mansion in New York that once belonged to the richest man in the world

At the height of his success, John D. Rockefeller's Standard Oil fortune comprised 1.5% of the gross domestic product of the United States, according to the Library of Congress. He was the world's first billionaire, with a net worth of $1.4 billion in 1937 (around $29.5 billion today), and the richest individual in the world at the time, according to Harvard Business School.

The Real-Life Locations Taylor Swift Name-Dropped on 'The Tortured Poets Department' - cntraveler.com - Britain - New York - city London - county Taylor - county Swift
cntraveler.com
13.05.2024 / 15:03

The Real-Life Locations Taylor Swift Name-Dropped on 'The Tortured Poets Department'

Swiftie or not, there’s no denying the fact that Taylor Swift has taken the world by storm. The Eras Tour exploded onto the scene in March 2023, and since then, the musical icon has been touring the world, sharing her music and stories with enamored fans around the world. In the midst of this tour, Swift also casually dropped her latest release: The Tortured Poets Department and The Tortured Poets Department: The Anthology, a double album released two hours apart. In her 11th album, she continues to intricately weave stories of past relationships, longing, and heartbreak into her lyrics. Songs off this album reference several actual places that played a significant role in Swift’s life at the time. From pubs in London to hotels in New York, here are five places Taylor Swift sang about in The Tortured Poets Department that you can actually visit.

What It's Like Flying in Etihad Airways' New Lie-Flat Business Class Cabin - cntraveler.com - New York - city Boston - state Washington - Qatar - Uae - city Abu Dhabi - city Dubai - city Chicago, state Washington
cntraveler.com
08.05.2024 / 22:11

What It's Like Flying in Etihad Airways' New Lie-Flat Business Class Cabin

When it comes to the world's best airlines for business class, the same names and products have long dominated the conversation, especially when it comes lie-flat products on Middle Eastern routes. But these days, with new technology for a post-pandemic travel era coming to fruition and the elevated-class competition strong, travelers would do well to pay attention to newer business products that are emerging to compete with those major players—particularly on smaller routes, where the service is more focused and the airport less-crowded, no less.

I lived in Cuba for 20 years. Moving back to the US has me questioning the meaning of 'home.' - insider.com - Spain - Usa - New York - city Detroit - Haiti - Cuba - city Havana - Pakistan
insider.com
07.05.2024 / 10:45

I lived in Cuba for 20 years. Moving back to the US has me questioning the meaning of 'home.'

Whitening. Herbal. Charcoal. Color changing? I'm in the toothpaste aisle at Target, dumbfounded by a selection that runs several shelves long and as many high. After more than 20 years in Cuba, where Close-Up and La Perla were the only choices for most of that time, I'm overwhelmed by the number of options. If Target triggers paralysis, I shudder to think what terror Costco might elicit.

Japan Airlines Business Class vs. First Class on the Airbus A350-1000: Review - cntraveler.com - Japan - Usa - New York - city Tokyo
cntraveler.com
06.05.2024 / 21:47

Japan Airlines Business Class vs. First Class on the Airbus A350-1000: Review

Flying on Japan Airlines has always been, well, delightfully Japanese. Think of it as an introduction—or if departing from Tokyo, a bid farewell—to the country’s characteristic tenets of respectful, nearly differential service; seafood-forward and fresh cuisine; and commitment to cultural traditions. (Onboard oshiburi, anyone?) Add in comfortable seats across all cabins—yes, even decent economy ones with 34 inches of recline—and you have an experience worth writing home about. Or at least not complaining to someone about.

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