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Continued shootings in Mexico resort towns is not good news for the country's tourism industry during its period of highest demand. -Andrew…
01.20 / 19:31
skift.com
The new restaurant offers an outdoor bar lounge, open format kitchen, and a private teppan…
01.20 / 17:29
travelweekly.com
Alvina Savella was born and raised in Maui, and is known for his focus on fresh, local ingredients and modern take on Hawaiian…
01.20 / 17:28
travelweekly.com
Last summer, Expedia opened a user-experience lab in London, similar to the one at its headquarters in Bellevue, Washington. While a reporter researches a trip, a computer tracks their eye movement and electromyography sensors track their facial reactions. -Sean…
01.20 / 16:28
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New laws are collaborative effort between Ministries of Tourism and Agriculture/Marine…
01.20 / 16:27
travelpulse.com
The new casino resort boasts celebrities, local connections and intimate…
01.20 / 13:21
usatoday.com
One of the dirty "secrets" of digital advertising is that companies like Google, Facebook and Microsoft purchase ads on their own platforms, essentially competing with other buyers for the top placements. The news should give any marketer spending top dollar to try and earn high-ranking search results cause for concern. -Jeremy…
01.20 / 12:09
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While plenty of European travel companies have struggled to cope in a difficult operating environment, On the Beach has prospered. In an uncertain world, its flexible approach to holidays means that it is able to take advantage without some of the risk that others face. -Patrick…
01.20 / 11:32
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THE world's first "Free Love Boat" is set to sail for the second time in 2018 – will you be a…
01.20 / 10:25
dailystar.co.uk
How's the air out there? Not very good, in fact. So, do travel advisers have a duty to warn clients about a destination's air…
01.20 / 06:27
travelweekly.com
London is at no loss for luxury, no matter how you might define it. The city is divided, more or less, into the chic West End and shabby East End, though nowadays the line between both is beyond…
01.20 / 04:36
travelweekly.com
The architecture and design are contemporary and sleek with modern sculptures in the expansive lobby and wide walkways to the beach plus lap pools, numerous outdoor seating areas with cushioned sun beds, thatched-roof palapas for shade, 16 lifeguards and an army of helpful employees…
01.20 / 00:19
travelweekly.com
It’s Jan. 19, so get out and immerse yourself in one of America’s literary…
01.19 / 22:02
travelpulse.com
New partnership with the U.S. Wildlife Trafficking Alliance looks to curb demand for endangered species…
01.19 / 22:02
travelpulse.com
From robot concierges to mobile check-in tools, there's no shortage of hyped technologies filtering their way onto hotel properties. But are they actually adding value to the guest experience? -Kirstie…
01.19 / 19:34
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U.S. scheduled passenger airlines employed 3.7 percent more workers in November 2016 than in November 2015, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) reported…
01.19 / 18:57
travelindustrywire.com
Predicting that innovation and disruption will headline Meetings Technology in 2017, Groupize welcomes top influencers Todd Tyler, Michael Boult and Jay Reilly to the…
01.19 / 17:44
travelindustrywire.com
The process would let passengers upgrade one or two meta-categories. So for example, a guest in an oceanview cabin could bid to move to a balcony or mini-suite, but not a…
01.19 / 16:19
travelweekly.com
Rescue workers on skis reached a four-star spa hotel buried by an avalanche in earthquake-stricken central Italy Thursday, reporting no sign of life in the building even though two survivors found outside said more than 30 people had been in it when the snow…
01.19 / 15:43
travelweekly.com
Airlines in Europe and the U.S. may have underestimated the threat posed by short-haul, low-cost operators. There's not much they can do about that anymore. But as more low-cost airlines look to add long-haul flights, expect legacy carriers to respond aggressively. -Brian…
01.19 / 12:49
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