December 2009

Posted on December 1st, 2009

December 2009


Posted on December 1st, 2009

Editor's Notes: December 2009

Welcome to our 13th Annual Readers’ Choice Awards issue, a compilation of features mandated by you, our readers, all highlighting the varied


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Posted on December 1st, 2009

Sandals Resorts

The past year was a challenging one for the travel industry, one that led many hotel and resort companies to reevaluate their strategy for


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Posted on December 1st, 2009

Globus Focuses on the Simple Life

Working on the theory that being the best need not be complicated, Globus—which knows something about being the best, considering our


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Posted on December 1st, 2009

Are You Being Served?

In this year’s Recommend’s Readers’ Choice Awards, you recognized that in selling travel, sometimes it’s the little things that help to close the


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Posted on December 1st, 2009

Celebrity Shines Again

When it comes to brands devoted to indulgent guest experiences, it’s hard to beat Celebrity Cruises. This year, the cruise line takes home its


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Royal Caribbean International Keeps the Crown

Royal Caribbean takes the prize yet again for Best Large Ship in the Cruise Line category in Recommend’s Readers’ Choice Awards—that’s nine times


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Princess Cruises: The World is Its (Cruising) Oyster

Just take a look at the numbers: Princess Cruises, with a worldwide fleet of 17 modern ships, sails to all seven continents, offering 115 itineraries


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Crystal Cruises Welcomes Another Winning Year

High standards in travel are especially important nowadays, and often get rewarded. With its 10th consecutive win as Best Cruise Line for Luxury


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Posted on December 1st, 2009

Carnival Cruise Lines: Best Value in Travel

“Carnival, with its affordable pricing, convenient close-to-home embarkation ports and variety of short cruise options—not to mention a unique


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