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Marriott launches another brand targeting affordable hotel stays - thepointsguy.com - Japan - Mexico - Canada
thepointsguy.com
05.06.2024 / 21:41

Marriott launches another brand targeting affordable hotel stays

Details about a previously hinted brand in the works at the world's largest hotel company emerged this week.

Travelers are booking open-jaw flights to Europe to save money and extend trips. A travel advisor explains how it works. - insider.com - Spain - Italy - city Rome - city Madrid - city Indianapolis
insider.com
31.05.2024 / 22:29

Travelers are booking open-jaw flights to Europe to save money and extend trips. A travel advisor explains how it works.

When traveling through Europe, many tourists like to maximize their trip by hitting more than one destination. It's easy to visit multiple countries in one trip thanks to the continent's massive, convenient train system.

Demand for Summer travel in Europe recovers, says ForwardKeys - traveldailynews.com - Spain - city European - France - Greece - Portugal - city Reykjavik - city Rome - city Lisbon - city Madrid - city Istanbul - Russia - Athens - city Tirana - city Tbilisi
traveldailynews.com
29.05.2024 / 12:58

Demand for Summer travel in Europe recovers, says ForwardKeys

ForwardKeys and ETOA predict a robust summer 2024 for European travel, with a shift in preferences toward urban and nature destinations, highlighting London’s popularity due to the Paris Olympics.

Five New Hotels and Spas Built for Bathing - nytimes.com - county Bath - Greece - Italy - Japan - city Rome - North Korea
nytimes.com
28.05.2024 / 21:43

Five New Hotels and Spas Built for Bathing

In the ever-expanding wellness world, one of the latest trends is actually one of the oldest: soaking in, and sometimes drinking, therapeutic waters. In ancient Greece, physicians, including Hippocrates, prescribed mineral-rich baths to treat everything from skin diseases to insomnia. (According to one theory, the word “spa” is an acronym of the Latin phrase “sanus per aqua,” meaning “health by water.”) The practice has also been employed in Asia since at least the sixth century A.D., when nomadic Buddhists are said to have brought the concept of onsen (inns and bathhouses built around natural geothermal pools) to Japan from the Korean Peninsula. Now, with various forms of hydrotherapy, such as cold plunges and steam saunas, making a comeback, wellness entrepreneurs are debuting properties centered on bathing. Here, five places to take a dip.

I've been a tour guide in Rome for 16 years. Here are 5 tourist attractions that are worth it and 5 you can skip. - insider.com - Italy - city Rome
insider.com
28.05.2024 / 19:09

I've been a tour guide in Rome for 16 years. Here are 5 tourist attractions that are worth it and 5 you can skip.

Rome is pretty crowded — the city welcomed a record-breaking 35 million tourists in 2023. Any gorgeous photos you see of breathtaking and empty piazzas were likely taken long before most people have woken up.

Here It Comes: Another Hot Summer in Europe - nytimes.com - Spain - Eu - Croatia - Greece - Italy - Sweden - city Paris - city Manchester - city Rome - city Athens
nytimes.com
24.05.2024 / 10:07

Here It Comes: Another Hot Summer in Europe

Europe, the world’s fastest-warming continent, is headed for another scorching summer, meteorologists warn. And travelers, once again, are heading to the hot spots.

A Mediterranean-Inspired Getaway in an Australian Surf Town - nytimes.com - Italy - Australia - Japan - Usa - city Rome - South Korea - Pakistan
nytimes.com
23.05.2024 / 13:27

A Mediterranean-Inspired Getaway in an Australian Surf Town

The origins of Il Delfino, a new oceanside inn in the surf town of Yamba on Australia’s east coast, go back to its founder’s childhood. “I grew up in this area, fascinated by this ramshackle surf cottage,” says the Australian fashion stylist Sheree Commerford. “Having it was a secret dream for as long as I can remember.” At the end of 2021, Commerford bought the building, which had previously been a rustic family lodge, and spent the last two years transforming it into a four-room inn and bungalow that she opened last month. “We wanted to keep all its original midcentury features but add inspiration from some of my favorite travels in the Mediterranean,” she says. That means whitewashed walls, citrus trees in terra-cotta pots and a terrace with Italian-made sun beds and uninterrupted ocean views. The guest rooms, which are named for Italian destinations like Ravello and Ischia, are all equipped with kitchens and each feature a colorful mural by the Australian artist Heidi Middleton. There’s no restaurant at the hotel, but staff will organize breakfast boxes upon request and recommend places to eat in Yamba. They can also help arrange whale-watching excursions, in-house massages and surf lessons.

How Ritz-Carlton Hotels Are Making a Positive Impact Around the World - cntraveler.com - state Florida - county Island - Maldives - India - county Carlton
cntraveler.com
22.05.2024 / 22:27

How Ritz-Carlton Hotels Are Making a Positive Impact Around the World

In October 2023, as the races at the Mexico City Grand Prix electrified track-side spectators, a quieter but no less meaningful moment unfolded at the city's Gota de Leche School. Associates of The Ritz-Carlton, Mexico City and members of the Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team came together to create a bright, cheery, and well-stocked arts and crafts room for its students, with a view to improving the quality of arts programming as well as creating capacity for creative enrichment. As another gift to the students, the volunteers also packed school bags filled with new art supplies, including a handwritten letter from each of them.

White House intensifying war on hotel and airline junk fees, selling aggressive infrastructure rollout - thepointsguy.com - Usa - city Rome
thepointsguy.com
22.05.2024 / 17:53

White House intensifying war on hotel and airline junk fees, selling aggressive infrastructure rollout

As we head toward what's expected to be another record-breaking summer travel season, the White House is intensifying its war on so-called junk fees.

7 Best Credit Cards for Restaurants to Bring on Vacation - cntraveler.com - Usa - city Rome - city Memphis - city Tokyo
cntraveler.com
22.05.2024 / 12:51

7 Best Credit Cards for Restaurants to Bring on Vacation

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BEONx and JUYO Analytics partner to streamline data access for hoteliers - traveldailynews.com - city Madrid - city Athens
traveldailynews.com
22.05.2024 / 11:57

BEONx and JUYO Analytics partner to streamline data access for hoteliers

New update includes five game-changing dashboards that streamline data access, save time, and aid in informed decision-making for hoteliers.

Anantara Hotels & Resorts celebrates 50 property milestone with brand refresh - traveldailynews.com - city Rome - Vietnam - India - Thailand - city Bangkok - city Vienna - city Dubai - county Camp - Zambia
traveldailynews.com
22.05.2024 / 11:53

Anantara Hotels & Resorts celebrates 50 property milestone with brand refresh

New identity for luxury hotel brand reflects global expansion, honours experiential luxury legacy.

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