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Airbnb’s New Listing Verification Process Favors Pro Hosts - skift.com - France - Australia - Britain - Usa - Canada - state Airbnb
skift.com
22.02.2024 / 16:35

Airbnb’s New Listing Verification Process Favors Pro Hosts

Airbnb has started to verify listings in five of its top global markets, but the process is much simpler for professional hosts than those with individual listings, according to requirements viewed by Skift.

Solos Launches an Epic Group Tour to New Zealand, Ready for 2025 - breakingtravelnews.com - Iceland - Norway - Croatia - New Zealand - Britain - Uzbekistan - county Park - Canada - county Island - Costa Rica - India - county Bay - county Rock
breakingtravelnews.com
21.02.2024 / 08:45

Solos Launches an Epic Group Tour to New Zealand, Ready for 2025

Home to epic landscapes, natural wonders, and Māori culture, New Zealand is a magnetic destination just begging for a solo adventure.

Croatia's Sustainable Tourism Efforts Garner International Recognition - travelpulse.com - Germany - Eu - Croatia
travelpulse.com
20.02.2024 / 18:57

Croatia's Sustainable Tourism Efforts Garner International Recognition

In a testament to Croatia's commitment to sustainable tourism, Minister Nikolina Brnjac has been honored with the Kristofor Medal by Europe’s foremost automobile club, ADAC, and the German Automobile Club, acknowledging the country's remarkable achievements in this field.

A Love Letter To Nature: Refik Anadol’s New Show At Serpentine London - forbes.com - Britain
forbes.com
20.02.2024 / 10:53

A Love Letter To Nature: Refik Anadol’s New Show At Serpentine London

In the heart of London’s lively Kensington Gardens, embedded in the city’s nature, Serpentine Galleries (North) is hosting "Echoes of the Earth: Living Archive" from February 16th to April 7th, 2024. A must see exhibition that merges artificial intelligence with nature’s beauty, through the innovative lens of Refik Anadol. Known for his pioneering work in AI art, this show demonstrates Anadol’s expertise in bringing digital art uniquely to life, presenting a series of works that redefine our interaction with AI and give us new perspectives on the depths of nature and human connection.

Tourism Ireland's New Top Boss Came From Google - skift.com - Ireland - Britain - city Dublin
skift.com
16.02.2024 / 21:19

Tourism Ireland's New Top Boss Came From Google

Most tourism board CEOs come from the hotel or tourism industry. But Tourism Ireland’s new chief executive, Alice Mansergh, came from Google’s marketing side. 

Top travel reads for 2024, from memoirs to nature writing - nationalgeographic.com - Spain - Britain - Turkey - Peru - Bolivia - city Istanbul - Mongolia - Madagascar - Eritrea
nationalgeographic.com
16.02.2024 / 16:27

Top travel reads for 2024, from memoirs to nature writing

The natural world continues to inspire travel writers. Standout books for the year ahead include a collection of stories, illustrations and poems that explore our connection with nature, plus a travelogue inspiring us to discover the small green spaces on our doorstep. Walking remains a popular topic for authors, as evidenced by a pair of upcoming travelogues that hit the trail in rural Spain and Istanbul, respectively, plus a collection of literary works that asks the question: why explore on foot? And to celebrate Bradt Travel Guides reaching its 50th anniversary this year, founder Hilary Bradt is set to release a memoir about her pioneering journeys both in print and around the lesser-explored corners of the planet.

Exploring Fashion’s Next Frontier: Hotels - forbes.com - Britain - state California
forbes.com
15.02.2024 / 16:53

Exploring Fashion’s Next Frontier: Hotels

Since the pandemic saw the decline of brick-and-mortar shopping in favor of a direct-to-consumer approach, fashion retailers are constantly seeking new ways to reach consumers. The post-COVID travel boom presents hotels as the perfect venue. In a report titled The State of Fashion 2023, McKinsey predicts domestic travel will be a major driver of the fashion industry. And travelers are increasingly seeking hotel-branded clothes both as a way to remember their trips and signify their taste to others.

A New York Hotel With Flashy Patterns and Bucolic Gardens - nytimes.com - Britain - New York - city New York - city Manhattan - Argentina - Thailand - Uganda
nytimes.com
15.02.2024 / 15:21

A New York Hotel With Flashy Patterns and Bucolic Gardens

Despite being one of the most coveted residential neighborhoods in Manhattan, TriBeCa has long had a dearth of beautiful places to stay. That changed this month when the London-based Firmdale Hotels opened its third New York property, the 57-room Warren Street Hotel. However, unlike the red brick structures that surround it, this building is painted a bright cerulean. TriBeCa offers just the right mix of “artists, designers, families and a sprinkling of Hollywood glamour,” says Kit Kemp, Firmdale’s co-founder and creative director, whose interior design studio also has its own furniture and accessories line. “We wanted to build something that contributes to this narrative in a bold and exciting way.”

Norwegian cruise line quits Venice: Where will ships stop instead? - euronews.com - Norway - Croatia - Italy - Slovenia - state Oregon - city Venice - region Emilia-Romagna
euronews.com
14.02.2024 / 23:47

Norwegian cruise line quits Venice: Where will ships stop instead?

A top cruise line has cut the iconic city of Venice from its itineraries in 2024 and 2025 as the Italian destination continues to clamp down on visitors.

Manchester Airport Records Busiest January Ever, Anticipates Continued Growth with New Routes - breakingtravelnews.com - city Amsterdam - Luxembourg - Britain - city Manchester - city Las Vegas - city Dublin - Qatar - Jordan - city Dubai - county Bradford - city Amman, Jordan
breakingtravelnews.com
14.02.2024 / 07:31

Manchester Airport Records Busiest January Ever, Anticipates Continued Growth with New Routes

It is the second consecutive record-breaking month for the airport, which also had its busiest December yet.

TUI Books Record Revenue Thanks to Cruises, Sales Innovation - skift.com - Britain
skift.com
13.02.2024 / 19:23

TUI Books Record Revenue Thanks to Cruises, Sales Innovation

TUI Group surpassed earnings expectations in the first quarter of 2024 with the help of a surge in demand for holiday experiences like cruises and the increasing use of dynamic packaging.

I quit my job to go on the 3-year Life at Sea cruise that was canceled. I still haven't received a refund. - insider.com - Britain - Usa - state Florida - state Alaska - Antarctica
insider.com
12.02.2024 / 20:39

I quit my job to go on the 3-year Life at Sea cruise that was canceled. I still haven't received a refund.

This is an as-told-to essay based on a conversation with Adam, a British man in his 50s, who is among the dozens of people who signed up for a three-year cruise with Life at Sea — an around-the-world voyage that was canceled two weeks before it was supposed to set sail. He wanted to be identified by first name only for privacy reasons; his full name is known by Business Insider. He and 77 other would-be passengers who have yet to receive refunds are asking the US Attorney in Southern Florida to investigate Life at Sea's parent company, Miray Cruise Lines, LLC, for fraud.

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