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14 New Hotels Coming to Miami

Miami’s hotel scene continues to thrive; the city’s hotel pipeline has thousands of rooms coming online over the next few years. Some projects breathe new life into small, historic Art Deco and Art Moderne buildings like the Saxony Hotel (1948) and the Claridge Hotel (1928). Others are part of vast mixed-use complexes with residential components,…

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Save Big on A Royal Caribbean Cruise!

If you ever wanted to check out Royal Caribbean’s Quantum Class ships now is the time to make your move and explore the Anthem of the Seas®. Feel the rush skydiving right on the deck of the ship with the RipCord by iFLY® skydiving simulator. Or play at the SeaPlex, an activities space that’s a…

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It’s All Downhill From Here!

The snow is waiting on the slopes. What are you waiting for? Get away from the January blues by breaking out your ski gear and heading to one of the top mountain destinations in the U.S. and Canada. Teplis Travel can set you up with a fabulous vacation at well-known properties like the five-star St.…

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Will New Planes Eliminate Jet Lag?

Even though air travel is safer than ever and in many cases cheaper than 10 or 20 years ago, travelers love to complain about its agonies. Cramped and narrow seats, crying babies, chatty seat mates and armrest wars are common gripes. But other factors contribute much more to feelings of distress, especially on longer flights.…

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Big Jets Fall Out of Favor

United Airlines will retire its final Boeing 747-400 by year-end — roughly a year sooner than planned — because the iconic aircraft is no longer cost effective to operate, the carrier said on Wednesday. United currently operates 20 of the hump-backed jets, using them on routes from San Francisco to Europe and Asia. As recently…

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Is a Boom in Supersonic Travel Coming?

Colorado-based Boom, which is developing a 45-seat supersonic passenger plane, already has a commitment from Virgin Group chief Sir Richard Branson for 10 aircraft, and Virgin has agreed to work with the manufacturer on technical aspects and flight testing of the plane. And now an “unnamed European carrier” has optioned 15 aircraft from the manufacturer…

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Get the Most Out of Your Business Trip

It’s no secret that in the business world, travel and working while on the road occupies a lot of people’s lives. With this in mind, Gavin Bailey, operations director at CitySuites has outlined his top tips to make sure you’re getting the most of your business trip. No surprise, maintaining your personal life while away…

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Premium Tours Offer Value for Travelers

When considering the value of a tour, most people look first at the tangible value they get from the quality of the accommodations and sightseeing. But in fact, many travelers are more interested in the intangible value that they’ll get from experiences they’ve been dreaming about for years. With so many offerings on the table,…

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American Flight Attendants: New Uniforms Are Making Us Sick

More than 2,000 American Airlines flight attendants have reported that new wool-blend uniforms that the company debuted in September—a symbol of American Airlines’ mega-merger with US Airways—have given them hives, rashes, headaches, coughs or other ailments, according to their union. The Association of Professional Flight Attendants, in a formal complaint to the airline last week,…

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The World’s Most Luxurious Airport Hotels

Airport hotels are better known for being convenient and practical than they are for luxury. But all that might be changing: In recent years, many airport hotels have stepped up their game with updated guest rooms and resort-style amenities, all just steps from the terminal. And while features like soundproof windows and black-out curtains are common-place, some…

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