April 2017

April 2017

Chairman Suite accommodations.

Globetrotting: MGM National Harbor

Last November, the Washington metropolitan area stood on the precipice of a monumental new beginning…and I’m not talking about the election.
Suite accommodations at the newly opened Naia Resort and Spa in Belize.

Travel Talk: Seatrade

We attended Seatrade last month and got the scoop on what’s new in cruising, which we’ve covered both in...
While sailing on AmaVida in Portugal, guests can go on visits to vineyards.

Flavor-Packed Iberian Peninsula

Culinary tourism seems to be about the most popular ingredient on the menu when it comes to the travel demand for new and involving experiences
Susan Farewell.

High Notes from the High End

Just back from Traveller Made®’s annual Essence of Luxury travel show, which took place this year in Deauville, the French seaside resort that’s certainly no stranger to luxury.
Candles Restaurant onboard of Star Pride.

Globetrotting: Windstar Cruises

For John Delaney, president of Windstar Cruises, the company’s “180-degrees from ordinary” slogan means guests “are not going to have the same experience that they would have on a larger ship. It means that we are literally striving to deliver the extraordinary.”
Recommend Travel Agent Magazine - April 2017

April 2017

Culinary Travel In this Issue:Four Fab Foodie Destinations in the Caribbean What's New in Cruising Mountain Escapes in North...
Breakfast in bed at Hotel French Coco in Martinique.

Four Fab Foodie Destinations

Is it a coincidence that two of the islands in this story are part of France, and that even the two that aren’t once lived under French rule? Maybe not, so let’s look at some culinary highlights, and... Hey! Stop snacking between meals; you’ll ruin your appetite!