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Hotel Fee Wars: Why Marriott and Hilton's Growth Isn't Equal - skift.com - Marriott
skift.com
20.05.2024 / 23:51

Hotel Fee Wars: Why Marriott and Hilton's Growth Isn't Equal

Marriott and Hilton appear to be neck-and-neck in the race to expand their footprints and loyalty programs. But if you look at the more important metric of fees earned for services they provided hotel owners, you’ll see Marriott far ahead.

Local Flavor: where to eat and drink on the Florida Panhandle - lonelyplanet.com - Usa - New York - state Florida - state Alabama - city Portland - county Coffee - county Santa Rosa
lonelyplanet.com
20.05.2024 / 14:35

Local Flavor: where to eat and drink on the Florida Panhandle

Cultural wasteland. Rural backwater. The Redneck Riviera. Whatever northern critics might say about "Flora-Bama," the 200-mile stretch of Florida beneath Alabama, I’m here – as a Florida-raised New Yorker – to tell you they’re flat wrong.

This New Multi-Nation Visa Will Grant Tourists Entry to Six Gulf Countries - cntraveler.com - Usa - Saudi Arabia - Qatar - Uae - city Abu Dhabi - Bahrain - Iran - Oman - county Gulf - Iraq - city Dubai - Kuwait
cntraveler.com
17.05.2024 / 19:09

This New Multi-Nation Visa Will Grant Tourists Entry to Six Gulf Countries

Hopping between Gulf countries could soon be as easy as traveling through Europe's Schengen Area: just flash your passport at the entry point and seamlessly travel from one country to the next—no extra paper work required.

Now One Fast Train From Tokyo: Culture, Crafts and Hot Springs - nytimes.com - county Hot Spring - Japan - Britain - city Tokyo
nytimes.com
17.05.2024 / 10:37

Now One Fast Train From Tokyo: Culture, Crafts and Hot Springs

At the southwest corner of Ishikawa, a verdant prefecture hugging the Sea of Japan, traditional craftsmanship thrives alongside contemporary art and architecture in the small towns that make up Kaga City.

Katz’s Delicatessen And Veselka Create Their First Co-Branded Pastrami Pierogi - forbes.com - New York - city New York - city Brooklyn - Ukraine
forbes.com
16.05.2024 / 20:19

Katz’s Delicatessen And Veselka Create Their First Co-Branded Pastrami Pierogi

Two iconic Manhattan restaurants, with over 200 years of history combined, has teamed up to create a dish featuring their most popular menu items.

This New Italian Castle Hotel Invites You To Sleep Amid 1,000 Years Of History - forbes.com - Italy - Britain
forbes.com
14.05.2024 / 17:01

This New Italian Castle Hotel Invites You To Sleep Amid 1,000 Years Of History

A millennium ago, the folklore goes, Castel di Luco was the site of ritual pagan sacrifices. Now the round castle atop a travertine knoll in the untouristed Italian region of Le Marche is the site of a much happier history that’s still being rewritten. And a major new chapter is beginning this spring.

Romer House Waikiki to Become Oahu’s First Adults-Only Hotel - travelpulse.com - Japan - Usa - state Hawaii
travelpulse.com
07.05.2024 / 18:49

Romer House Waikiki to Become Oahu’s First Adults-Only Hotel

Oahu is getting its first adults-only hotel when the Romer House Waikiki opens on June 1, 2024. 

An expert's guide to Orlando, Florida – beyond the theme parks - lonelyplanet.com - state Florida - city Orlando, state Florida
lonelyplanet.com
06.05.2024 / 16:35

An expert's guide to Orlando, Florida – beyond the theme parks

There's a reason 75 million people visit Orlando annually, and it isn't just the mouse. Don't get us wrong. Disney World is incredible and deserves a place on any theme park lover’s bucket list, but Orlando is so much more than its theme parks. It’s an ever-evolving city with vibrant parks, public art and award-winning restaurants. And that’s before you get to amazing day trips to the Kennedy Space Center or New Smyrna Beach. 

The Best Places to Shop in Kyoto - cntraveler.com - Japan - city Tokyo
cntraveler.com
06.05.2024 / 13:19

The Best Places to Shop in Kyoto

While neon-lit Tokyo moves ahead at hyperspeed, Kyoto ambles along at a leisurely pace. During its thousand-year reign as Japan’s imperial city, artisans from around the country flocked here to hone their skills in nishijin-ori silk weaving and kyo-yaki pottery. Today, in its traditional machiya town houses, ceramicists and woodworkers still produce the same fine wares as their ances- tors. But a group of younger makers is shaking up the scene, opening next-gen ateliers, teahouses, and concept stores that swap the sometimes-intimidating rules and rituals of traditional crafts with modern designs and easygoing retail spaces. Whatever the approach, one thing is for sure in Kyoto: The handmade reigns supreme.

14 of the best places to go in the USA for a summer vacation - lonelyplanet.com - Britain - Usa - state Michigan - county Island - state Hawaii - county Lake - county Mackinac - city Hilo
lonelyplanet.com
04.05.2024 / 01:41

14 of the best places to go in the USA for a summer vacation

With summer just around the corner in the USA, you’re likely already dreaming of where to spend your vacation. 

Airbnb Just Unveiled a New Listing Category and It Includes the Floating House From 'Up' — Seriously - travelandleisure.com - Los Angeles - Italy - city Minneapolis - state New York - city Milan, Italy - state Indiana - state New Mexico - county Westchester
travelandleisure.com
02.05.2024 / 21:31

Airbnb Just Unveiled a New Listing Category and It Includes the Floating House From 'Up' — Seriously

Airbnb is taking dream vacations to a new level with this week's launch of its newest category.

‘You can walk virtually everywhere in England by using the train’: the man connecting rail-based walks - theguardian.com - Britain - Scotland - county Bristol
theguardian.com
02.05.2024 / 14:59

‘You can walk virtually everywhere in England by using the train’: the man connecting rail-based walks

A British railway station can be many things. A place of tended flowers and toytown paintwork. A concourse of shuttered ticket booths and overpriced pasties. A terminus, a meeting spot, a gateway to escape. It can be heart-lifting or drab, bathed in birdsong or heaving with commuters. It can also be the starting point for a properly good walk.

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