Articles Tagged ‘Hotel’

7 Ultra Luxurious Tent Hotels

7 Ultra Luxurious Tent Hotels July 9, 2012 | Featured | Read More
The word “tent” usually conjures up images of sleeping bags, bug repellant and unsavory outdoor bathrooms. But these are not the kind of tents we’re talking about. The ultimate in experiential travel, these tent hotels may cost a pretty penny, but they offer an unparalleled way to experience...

Hilton Reuses Their Soap For Good

Hilton Reuses Their Soap For Good November 17, 2011 | Eco-Travel, Travel News | Read More
Ever think about what happens to the soap that you use once in a hotel shower and leave sitting in the little soap holder? Well, if you did, you’d probably realize they have to throw the soap away after each guest exits the room. According to the Global Soap Project, that equals an estimated 2.6-million...

Where Can You Get the World’s Most Expensive Massage?

Where Can You Get the World’s Most Expensive Massage? November 14, 2011 | Travel News | Read More
Recently the Grand Wailea Resort in Maui, Hawaii, announced its new and ultra expensive massage: the 20-Hands Duo Massage, for $2,000. And yeah they do mean “20 hands,” from extremely skilled masseuses who practice weekly to make sure nobody’s fingers collide. That would be embarrassing. The idea...

An “Affordable” Stay at India’s Most Expensive Hotel

An “Affordable” Stay at India’s Most Expensive Hotel June 8, 2011 | Travel News | Read More
Lots of people go to India to find simplicity in their lives. And some don’t. The Leela has recently opened its latest hotel in New Delhi and, according to hotelchatter.com, it’s the most expensive hotel to ever be built in India and also the first to be built from the ground up in the city...

Ping-Pong Paddle Hotel To Be Built in Huainan, China

Ping-Pong Paddle Hotel To Be Built in Huainan, China April 13, 2011 | Travel News | Read More
Holy ping-pong paddle batman. Go ahead, use that one next time you’re in China if this planned hotel is finished being built. Construction has yet to start on the ping-pong paddle shaped hotel in the city of Huainan, China. It will be built as part of a $45.8 million sports complex which will also...

Never Lose Your Hotel Keys Again

Never Lose Your Hotel Keys Again November 18, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
Are you one of those people that has a hard time keeping up with hotel keys? When the front desk clerk asks how may keys you’d like to have, most people ask for more than one because inevitably one gets lost or is demagnetized by an electronic device such as a cell phone. Speaking of phones, according...

How To Deal With Allergies On The Road

How To Deal With Allergies On The Road October 19, 2010 | Travel Tips | Read More
I’ve heard of studies where kids who grow up surrounded by farm animals don’t suffer from allergies throughout their lives, but chances are you didn’t grow up around horses, cows, and chickens. So if you’re like the 25 million or so adults and children suffering allergies and...

Paul McCartney Rocks the Festival, Redecorates the Inn

Paul McCartney Rocks the Festival, Redecorates the Inn June 23, 2010 | Celebrity Travel, Travel News, UK | Read More
After so many years of rock super-stardom and time spent on the road, Paul McCartney has seen his fair share of hotel rooms. It’s no wonder he comes up with ways of redecorating his temporary digs to make them feel a little more personal. While playing last weekend at the Isle of Wight Festival,...

US Travelers May Find Cheaper Accommodation as Euro Drops

US Travelers May Find Cheaper Accommodation as Euro Drops April 26, 2010 | Europe, Travel News | Read More
Exchange rates are a tricky thing, since vacationers and holiday seekers don’t generally follow financial markets. In Europe, though, the instability of countries like Greece could mean good deals on hotels and airfare for visitors from other continents. Investors around the world have reduced...