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Hotel history: The Grand on Mackinac Island still thriving after 132...

The "Grand" as it is called on the island, is a historic coastal resort with a spectacular 660-foot long, three-story high porch. Below this...

Jamaica Prime Minister calls for greater collaboration for sustainable resilience in...

Prime Minister of Jamaica, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness says that greater effort has to be placed in strengthening linkages with key industries to...

International LGBTQ+ Travel Association to honor Miami tourism pioneer

The International LGBTQ+ Travel Association (IGLTA) will present the Hanns Ebensten Hall of Fame Award to George Neary, a longtime advocate for LGBTQ+ tourism,...

Hilton has to pay $21 million for civil rights violation, but...

Towering over Brickell Avenue, Conrad Miami offers the ultimate in luxury accommodations, a serene rooftop pool, sprawling vistas of the bay, and easy access...

Nairobi Dusit2 terror attack: 21 dead, 700 rescued and many heroes

700 people could have died in the attack in Nairobi but didn't because of security measures in place and the immediate and effective response...

Hotel history: Hotel Bossert once owned by Jehovah’s Witnesses

The Hotel Bossert was built in 1909 by Louis Bossert, a Brooklyn lumber magnate, as a residential hotel in Brooklyn Heights. The historic 14-story,...

Romance is in the air for Valentine’s Day at five luxury...

Corinthia Hotels' collection of five-star properties aim to make Valentine's Day a day and night to remember.

Historic milestone: Grenada welcomes over 500,000 visitors in 2018

Pure Grenada, the Spice of the Caribbean achieved a historic milestone in 2018 welcoming more than half a million visitors to the destination’s shores....

New Year Spa days and stays at Corinthia Hotels

From London to Lisbon, tempting spa days and stays at Corinthia Hotels are the perfect antidote to winter and will work wonders for those wellness, health and fitness goals

A proud day for CEO Deepak Raj Joshi and the Nepal...

The CEO of the Nepal Tourism Board (NTB), Deepak Raj Joshi is a proud man, Shradha Shrestha, the woman responsible for brand promotion is a proud woman together with the entire team of NTB. They will be getting together with many tourism stakeholders on Monday at the Rashtriya Sabha Griha city hall in Kathmandu.

Marriott manager takes on Hawaii Tourism: What is his vision?

The new President and CEO of the HTA, Chris Tatum, has his roots in Hawaii’s tourism.

Antigua & Barbuda in bad economic shape despite tourism increase

The President of the Antigua & Barbuda Business Alliance said an increase in tourism, more than local consumption, is what is needed to energize...

Hotel history: Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter

Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter was a pioneering American woman architect and interior designer whose distinct architectural knowledge was steeped in the culture and landscape of the Southwest.

The more the merrier: United Airlines announces 11 new routes

United Airlines today announced the addition of 11 new routes from its hubs in Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. United's new summer...

Team Grenada welcomes two new cruise ships on the same day

Pure Grenada, the Spice of the Caribbean welcomed inaugural cruise ship calls from the Celebrity Reflection and MSC Preziosa both bringing more than 5,000...

Most stressful US airports this Christmas named

To help empower travelers to make more informed decisions when it comes to holiday travel, travel experts reveal which airports to possibly avoid. • Experts predict...

Corinthia Hotels offers seasonal cheer

The countdown is on to December 15, 2018, when luxury hotel collection Corinthia Hotels offers some seasonal cheer. 

The 10 commandments of air travel

Delays, cancellations and destroyed travel plans: 2018 has been one of the worst years in terms of flight disruptions.

Late President Bush lived the Aloha Spirit: A Testimonial by a...

Marsha Rose Joyner is the host for ThinkTeck Hawaii and a Hawaiian political activist for many years.  She remembers when electors met in their respective state capitols on December 19, 1988 to cast their votes for President and Vice President when George Herbert Walker Bush was elected president of the United States in 1988. Marsha was one of the four Democratic electors in Hawaii.
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