Usually when there are coupons offered at Expedia most of the upper end hotel chains are excluded, but when I scoured the list this time I didn’t see one particular luxury brand.
Starwood Preferred Guest has a fun new game called “Open More” where you can win instant prizes and free night awards.
A German flight attendant on the way to her hotel in Buenos Aires met an irresistibly cute stray pooch, and she couldn’t help giving him some attention and a bit of food. He followed her the rest of the way to the hotel, and waited obediently outside as she went inside to check in and […]
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Today another list of properties has been released that have had point-of-sale security incidents this summer.
Homeowners turned entrepreneurs have been renting our their spaces for tidy little profits, and hotels have advertised on Airbnb, but Airbnb has taken the next step into shaking up the hotel industry by building…a hotel.
Small Luxury Hotels of the World is having a sale where you can get 30% off the best available rate at participating hotels booked by midnight GMT August 3, 2016. Stays must be between August 1 and October 31, 2016.
Le Club Accorhotels is running a private sale for Accorhotels members for bookings made by August 4, 2016.
IHG has released their latest rewards PointBreaks list for bookings through October 31, 2016.
A visit to Niagara Falls? 400 photos. Road trip cross-country? Tens of thousands. I bet there are a lot of people just like me that take a ton of pictures.
Where there’s a will there’s a way, with a big, wonderful world out there to explore. While my friend probably won’t be surfing anytime soon, he may not be as confined as he thinks.
MegaDo events are always filled with surprises too, whether it be special dinners or behind-the-scenes access to flight operations, a sneak peek at new aircraft, jumping down an airplane slide or watching a safety briefing given by a guy wearing Lederhosen.
During California’s gold rush it was common for guests to walk into a hotel, plunk down some gold and pay for the room. Nowadays credit cards have replaced gold (and is preferred over cash), but there’s still one hotel you can stay at in exchange for the shiny stuff.