After a bumpy start, Baha Mar has come of age

NASSAU — Baha Mar may have been a long-stalled project with, at times, a very uncertain future in the Bahamas, but five years after its opening, the resort’s president said its impact on the country is clear.  Graeme Davis told travel advisors and suppliers attending Embark Beyond’s Immersion event earlier this month that Baha Mar represents 12% of GDP for the […]

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‘Avoid the buffet’ Cruise expert advises passengers

We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you’ve consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Although cruise lines work hard to keep hygiene at a high level onboard, it can be easy for germs to […]

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Kulm Hotel St. Moritz unveils renovated suite

Kulm Hotel St. Moritz has unveiled the $1.75 million renovation of its largest suite by the French hotel designer Pierre-Yves Rochon.  The 575-square-foot Corvatsch Suite, formerly the Presidential Suite, is located on the top floor of the hotel. The suite’s wraparound windows and two balconies overlook the Engadine valley region and the Corvatsch mountains. Design elements focus on materials, manufacturers and […]

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Why the tradition of a ski-chalet holiday is worth saving

All hail the great British ski-chalet holiday: Get stuck in and make sure this noble tradition does not go downhill (and try La Plagne in France to see why it’s worth saving) Roger Alton stayed in La Plagne 1800 in ‘comfy and welcoming’ Chalet Laurier  La Plagne is part of the immense Paradiski ski area, which includes Les Arcs Ski […]

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IHG-Iberostar alliance: It's all about the all-inclusives

The hospitality industry’s frenzy over all-inclusive expansion shows no signs of waning, with IHG Hotels & Resorts the latest major hotel company to make significant inroads into the sector. IHG’s all-inclusive push is coming by way of Spain’s Iberostar Hotels & Resorts, with the two companies last week unveiling a “long-term commercial alliance” and launching a new IHG brand, Iberostar Beachfront […]

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UK’s prettiest staycation destination has been named

We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you’ve consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info There’s something special about a winter staycation in the UK. With Christmas lights and cheer, there are a few gorgeous […]

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Hundreds of flights cancelled as easyJet, Ryanair and BA affected by strikes

Air travel in France has ground to a near halt due to an air traffic control strike. Around 1,000 flights have been cancelled and hundreds more delayed today (September 16) due to hard hitting industrial action over pay and conditions. The French Air Traffic Control (ATC) has led Ryanair to pre-emptively cancel 420 flights, most of which were scheduled to […]

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Mum livid after being charged £47 for two bags of sweets at Christmas market

A woman has revealed her rage this week after visiting popular Christmas event Winter Wonderland in Cardiff – and being charged £47 for sweets. The Christmas market and fun fair has something for everyone from ice skating to a giant wheel and traditional craft stalls. But one mum was gobsmacked at the price of some sweet snacks when she visited […]

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Travelodge launches huge sale with rooms from £8.50 per person in 2023

Brits looking for Black Friday travel deals can bag an early discount thanks to Travelodge who are offering up one million rooms for £34 or less. While many retailers will wait until November 25 (the official Black Friday date), to release their special offers Travelodge has opened their sale up now. The budget hotel chain has more than 580 hotels […]

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