Cuisine

Suncadia, a Destination Hotel.

Posted on March 31st, 2016

Hotels for Foodies

For every guest, whether foodie or not, food plays a big part in their vacation satisfaction.
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Cunard offers innovative culinary offerings.

Posted on March 31st, 2016

Cruise Lines Whip Up Culinary Treats

Whether it’s a new restaurant, a wine-themed cruise in France, or partnering with celebrity chefs, cruise lines—ocean- and river-going—are whipping up some tasty treats for your culinary aficionado clientele.
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Susan Farewell

Posted on March 31st, 2016

Culinary Travel: A Buffet of Options

When clients come to you requesting cooking or food experiences on their trips, listen carefully as to what they may really want.
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The teppanyaki-style Kimonos restaurant at Sandals.

Posted on March 30th, 2016

5 Adults-Only All-Inclusives Where Dinner Is an Art

Not that long ago, people went to the Caribbean in spite of the food; not because of it. But along came the wellness movement, the Food Channel, celebrity chefs and dining as sport. Expectations rose, so resorts, including many all-inclusives, hired better chefs, opened new kinds of restaurants, offered more fresh produce, upgraded their wines, and trained the servers better. The result: Dining has become a selling point and a competitive edge, especially at adults-only resorts. So, I asked some savvy travel agents and tour operators which all-inclusives are the culinary stand-outs.
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The Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa in Tucson offers interactive culinary experiences.

Posted on March 30th, 2016

Hotel Culinary Options in the U.S.

There are definitely clients on your roster who binge-watch the Food Network or have pretended to be a contestant on “Top Chef” when cooking at home. Why not help them bring these fantasies to life? Culinary travel is on the rise, and according to chef Russell Michel of The Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa in Tucson, Arizona, “The rise of food shows and culinary competitions on TV have definitely influenced a growth in culinary travel. The culinary aspect of a trip is now just as important as the local activities and sights explored during a vacation.”
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Jade Mountain schedules daily chocolate-related activities.

Posted on March 30th, 2016

Saint Lucia ❤’s Chocoholics

Recommend’s December issue declared that “dark chocolate is the new black,” thanks to the trend of Caribbean hotels to offer more sophisticated chocolate desserts, chocolate-infused spa treatments, cacao plantation tours, and festivals. Leading the charge has been Saint Lucia, known for its scenic Pitons, beaches, and brides. But this island has other bragging rights, too: It’s been growing exceptional cacao for more than 300 years.
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Lip Smacking Foodie Tours.

Posted on March 30th, 2016

Vegas Bites

A bevy of new to-do's for clients headed to Las Vegas.
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Palace restaurant at Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem.

Posted on March 30th, 2016

Onsite Review: Dining Through the Holy Land

It’s just after Sukkot, the 7-day Jewish harvest holiday, and the hooks holding the traditional tents are still hanging from the atrium of Jerusalem’s newest five-star hotel. Strolling through the courtyard at the Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem feels just as if you’re walking through the Old City, the lamps and Ottoman-style arches bringing elements of Jerusalem’s streets indoors.
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The Viceroy Zihuatanejo offers a mezcal and chocolate experience for couples.

Posted on March 30th, 2016

Mexico: Spotlight on Gastronomy

Dining in Mexico is always a treat—whether one is on the hunt for the very best culinary experience in Mexico City’s affluent neighborhoods or enjoying a romantic dinner at one of the country’s many beachfront resorts.
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Valencia’s Central Market is open daily.

Posted on March 30th, 2016

Onsite Review: Lovely Valencia

Valencia, Spain’s third largest city, after Barcelona and Madrid, has plenty of cultural and family-friendly activities, as well as great eats.
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