The phrase “all-inclusive resort” generally conjures up thoughts of glittering shorelines, plush cabanas and piña coladas, yet some U.S. properties have taken a dramatically different approach to the concept, creating luxurious rustic retreats for discerning guests who don’t mind getting their hands a little dirty.
The Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort in Bonita Springs, Florida has begun work on a $7.1 million triple waterslide and lazy river pool complex.
In Sweden, friends and family gather around the time of the summer solstice to welcome summertime and the season of fertility with a festive celebration for the Midsummer holiday.
If your clients prefer the feel of fairway beneath their shoes versus sand between their toes, then these golf packages in St. Augustine and Ponte Vedra are sure to be a hit.
As Global Wellness Day (June 11) approaches and wellness travel continues to trend upward, now is a great time to suggest your clients take a mental wellness getaway to sunny South Florida, where the Fort Lauderdale Marriott Harbor Beach is offering a Reiki cleansing spa treatment.
JetBlue and Ukraine International Airlines have partnered up in a new international air agreement to facilitate American travelers flying from dozens of U.S. gateways to Kiev with connections throughout the Ukraine, Eastern Europe and the Middle East.
Located high above the Great Smoky Mountains at an elevation of 5,000 ft., The Swag—a 14-guestroom luxury hideaway situated on 250 acres of private property in Waynesville, North Carolina—has announced a series of mountaintop cooking schools in 2016.
In Vancouver, British Columbia, the five-star Loden Hotel and cycling-themed Musette Caffe have teamed up to launch a fitness initiative that encourages guests of the boutique property to explore outdoors while enjoying all of the urban luxuries the hotel has to offer.
On July 1, Cunard's remastered Queen Mary 2 is sailing roundtrip from New York on an Independence Day Celebration cruise with political consultant Mary Matalin, and political commentator James Carville.
Great Wolf Resorts, Inc.’s new Great Wolf Lodge indoor water park resort made its Southern California debut in March in the city of Garden Grove.
Your clients can feel as if they’ve been transported to South America at the new Faena Hotel Miami Beach, which opened this past December. The opening of the hotel also marked the inauguration of Faena District—a new neighborhood focusing on art and culture that spans six blocks
Ivanka Trump, who serves as the executive v.p. of development and acquisitions for the Trump Organization; Mayor Luigi Boria, City of Doral; David Feder, v.p. and managing director of Trump National Doral; and Councilman Pete Cabrera were all in attendance at the April 25 grand unveiling of the new Trump Spa Suites at the Trump National Doral Miami, which marked the completion of the luxury resort's $250 million restoration that began in 2012.
In celebration of the unveiling of the Bellissima: Italy and High Fashion 1945-1968 exhibit at the NSU Art Museum of Fort Lauderdale, the Pelican Grand Beach Resort, part of Noble House Hotels & Resorts collection, is offering an all-inclusive Culture & Couture Escape package.
With summer just around the corner and a bevy of Orlando hotels offering special rates for guests, now is the ideal time for your clients to visit Central Florida, where popular events, including The Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival and The 2016 Garden Rocks Concert Series are currently underway.
Hyatt Hotels Corporation has launched a new brand featuring a global collection of unique and independent stay experiences.
The Fairmont Scottsdale Princess is inviting coffee lovers to the AAA five-diamond resort in Arizona’s blooming Sonoran Desert for an immersive caffeine-filled spa experience.
Pleasant Holidays recently released its 2016/2017 United States and Canada sales brochure featuring North America’s most sought-after vacation destinations and five new U.S. cities.
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.”
Metropolitan by COMO opened in Miami Beach in 2014 as the first COMO property in the U.S. Recommend recently stopped by to check out what this five-star, ultra-luxury boutique property, which was once known as the Traymore hotel, has to offer your clients. Here's a peek at the Metropolitan by COMO, Miami Beach.
Universal Orlando has announced the launch of a new travel agent website featuring custom sales tools and an online training program.
Nowadays, vacations are no longer an excuse to slack on travelers' daily exercise and fitness routines. In fact, many hotels are incorporating health and fitness programs into guests' stays to keep them on track. Take these hotels for example, where staying fit is also fun.
Princess Cruises has launched a new culinary experience called "Cook My Catch," which adds to its award-winning North to Alaska program for 2016.
Summer is almost here, which means it's time to break out the sunscreen and pool toys and plan that family vacation.
Austin Adventures is expanding its 4th Graders Go Free travel program into Canada for the 2016 season.
The race to win over Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. has been won by Marriott International, Inc. in a deal that will create the world’s largest hotel company.