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Cruise lines: 2012 bookings are up, prices are down

Some of the world's biggest cruise lines are encountering choppy waters as prices for their cabins take a dip.

Radical UK-based hotel concept brings affordable luxury to New York

LONDON, England - YOTEL will launch its brand in the United States in June 2011, with the opening of YOTEL New York located on West 42nd Street and 10th Avenue at Times Square West.

Exclusive luxuries gradually trickle down to less exclusive cruise lines

When NCL's newest and biggest ship, Norwegian Epic, arrives in South Florida next month, it will have flat screen TVs in all cabins, upgraded mattresses and bedding, specialty restaurants, posh courty

Cashless cabins begin Monday onboard American Airlines US domestic and Canada...

On June 1, American Airlines will go cashless onboard flights within the continental United States, as well as flights to and from Hawaii, Alaska, and Canada.

Cabins go unsold for maiden cruise of Seabourn Odyssey

You know times are tough in the cruise business when even the maiden voyage of the most-ballyhooed new luxury ship of the decade isn't selling out.

What’s a Spot on Oasis of the Seas Worth?

What are you willing to pay to cruise on what will be the world's largest, most innovative cruise ship ever built when it debuts in December 2009?

Packed airline cabins ramp up fliers’ stress levels

Russell Meyer has flown frequently on business trips for 20 years, but he's never been as uncomfortable as today.

Norwegian Gem’s private villas offer bars, whirlpools, steam rooms

Visit Spain, Italy and France and stay in a villa with a private rooftop courtyard and plunge pool ... on a cruise ship.

Some cabins are floating houses for 14 with own butlers, private...

Cruise ships are getting so luxurious it's like being in an episode of Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous. And there's plenty of extra pampering to look forward to this year.

Nice ship, lousy cabins

That, alas, is the verdict of the Miami Herald, the cruise industry's home town newspaper. Weighing in on the much-ballyhooed new vessel Sunday in a lengthy review, the Herald's Jay Clarke echoed other reviewers who have expressed shock at the poor design of the Queen Victoria's cabins. As one passenger put it, says Clarke, "the Queen has no drawers."