Category Archives: Travel

Marriott's Four Hands Dinners Combine Chefs’ Expertise in Cancun

Few vacationers want to eat at the same hotel restaurant every day for a week, or even for a long-weekend getaway. Variety is the spice of life, and a must for larger reso

Unexpected Winter Travel Beyond the Crowded Slopes

WHY IT RATES: Avoid the crowds at well-known winter destinations and enjoy a variety of outdoor activities and unspoiled scenery in South Dakota. —Mia Taylor, TravelPulse

Travel Impressions Offers Peace of Mind Promotion

It can be said that you can’t put a price on peace of mind but that’s not so, says Travel Impressions. Its latest promotion gives travelers significant savings on its Canc

The Best, Worst Cities for Football Fans

1/21 Find Your Pigskin Paradise Super Bowl LIII is set to take over Atlanta this weekend as the NFL season culminates with the crowning of a new champion. Wall

Hyatt Zilara & Hyatt Ziva Cap Cana Promise to Elevate the All-Inclusive Experience

Playa Hotels & Resorts will debut its award-winning Hyatt Zilara and Hyatt Ziva all-inclusive resort concept in gorgeous Cap Cana in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic in

Get Ready to Experience the Perfect Day at CocoCay

Introducing the Perfect Day at CocoCay! The countdown is on until the debut of Royal Caribbean International’s Perfect Day at CocoCay in May 2019. Har

2019’s Best Rewards Credit Cards (And Where They Can Take You)

1/26 Best Rewards Credit Cards The new year is a great time to dream up new goals, including any aspirational travel fantasies you have. Fortunately, travel re

A Look Into St. Petersburg, Florida's Surprising Art Scene

1/23 Experience the Art of St. Petersburg The art scene in St. Petersburg, Florida has exploded in recent years, with new museums, galleries and noticeable ene

Hilton Expands Presence in Las Vegas with Signing of Virgin Hotels Las Vegas

WHY IT RATES: With the acquisition of Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, this will be the largest Hilton property in the world and the only one located in Las Vegas. — Alex Te

8 Tips for Surviving Airport Security During the Government Shutdown

1/9 Navigating the Shutdown The partial government shutdown has forced Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents to work without pay, leading to sign

Oasis Announces New Programs After Record-Breaking 2018

WHY IT RATES: New programs will include a SmartMail program that allows travel advisors to attract new clients through local direct mail campaigns. —Janeen Christoff, Trav

Trish McClean Joins Visit Baltimore

WHY IT RATES: McClean will be charged with the development, implementation and execution of consumer-facing campaigns. —Janeen Christoff, TravelPulse Senior Writer Visit

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas and Clique Hospitality Announce Partnership

WHY IT RATES: The Barbershop Cuts and Cocktails will be the place to be during the day or night.—Codie Liermann, Associate Editor RELATED OFFERS Bite the Urge: $150 Dini

Passengers Wait in Long Lines at Atlanta Airport, Patriots Fly to Disney

After a boring battle between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams in Sunday’s Super Bowl, the Atlanta airport was dealing with long lines as fans traveled ho

Global Tourism Resilience and Crisis Management Center Launched in Jamaica

Tourism-reliant Caribbean destinations not only face deadly storms, but also threats from phenomena ranging from climate change to potential pandemic outbreaks. These conc

Adorable Post of Toddler and Stranger at Airport Goes Viral

There is a sense of heightened stress in airports. People are rushing to their gates, others are annoyed that their flight is delayed, and some are just nervous to fly. So

Windstar Cruises Announces New Travel Agency Recognition Program

WHY IT RATES: The new ‘Club 180’ will reward top-producing travel agencies with three tiers of benefits.—Patrick Clarke, TravelPulse Senior Writer Windstar Cr

Hurtigruten Pushes Boundaries With Its Environmental Efforts

Being a leader in world exploration comes with great responsibility. Hurtigruten, a company that was founded more than 125 years ago and now takes guests to more than 200