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  • Sabre upgrades Hotel RFP tool with improved navigation, hotel directory

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    22 Jul 2014 | 9:02 am
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  • Melia Cartagena in Cartagena De Indias Announced for First Quarter 2017

    Hotel News
    22 Jul 2014 | 9:12 pm
    Melia Hotels International continues its international growth in Colombia, one of the most dynamic markets in Latin America, with the announcement of the opening of the new Melia Cartagena in Cartagena de Indias, scheduled for first quarter 2017.
  • Maui: What to Order at The Mala and MiGRANT Restaurants at the Marriott in Wailea

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    juliana
    22 Jul 2014 | 4:59 pm
    Yesterday, we gave you the Must-Stay Hotels for Wailea in Maui. Today, we're giving you a Must-East spot. Conveniently, it's in a hotel. Mahalo! Chef Sheldon Simeon has done pretty well for himself after finishing in the top three of Season 10 of "Top Chef" and winning the "Fan Favorite" award. The Hawaiian native, who previously helmed Star Noodle in Maui not only opened his own restaurant, MiGRANT, at the Wailea Beach Marriott, he's also taken over the kitchen at the hotel's Mala restaurant. So with the same chef overseeing both restaurants, what's the different? The Mala restaurant has a…
  • Hard Work Matters

    Marriott on the Move
    Marriott on the Move
    22 Jul 2014 | 7:20 am
    Bill Marriott with his sons in 1970, learning how things work in a hotel kitchen. My father grew up on his father’s farm, just west of Ogden, in the small town of Marriott, Utah, which was settled by his grandfather, John Marriott after he crossed the plains with the Mormon...
  • Congratulations to Outrigger’s Quarterly Leaders

    Saturday Briefing
    admin
    19 Jul 2014 | 3:02 am
    BY DR. RICHARD KELLEY — This week, many segments of our company took time out to recognize and honor the members of our ‘ohana who have turned in exceptional performances during the second quarter of 2014. The names of the … Read More. To read the entire article please click the article title above.
 
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  • Maui: What to Order at The Mala and MiGRANT Restaurants at the Marriott in Wailea

    juliana
    22 Jul 2014 | 4:59 pm
    Yesterday, we gave you the Must-Stay Hotels for Wailea in Maui. Today, we're giving you a Must-East spot. Conveniently, it's in a hotel. Mahalo! Chef Sheldon Simeon has done pretty well for himself after finishing in the top three of Season 10 of "Top Chef" and winning the "Fan Favorite" award. The Hawaiian native, who previously helmed Star Noodle in Maui not only opened his own restaurant, MiGRANT, at the Wailea Beach Marriott, he's also taken over the kitchen at the hotel's Mala restaurant. So with the same chef overseeing both restaurants, what's the different? The Mala restaurant has a…
  • San Diego: Comic-Con in San Diego: Go for The Comics, Stay for The Hotel Goodies

    juliana
    22 Jul 2014 | 12:30 pm
    The annual nerd fest that is Comic-Con kicks off on Thursday in San Diego and whether you're headed there to see Kiefer Sutherland relive Jack Bauer's greatest moments on 24 or learn some "cool" Star Wars origami tricks or celebrate the 25th anniversary of The Simpsons or pick up some new comic book collectibles, we suggest making a stop off at these hotels for some Comic-Con-themed goodness. · The US Grant Hotel, where the first Comic-Con was held in 1970, has partnered up with The Cravory to create special Comic-Con cookies. If you were lucky enough to get a room before the hotel…
  • Pittsburgh: Name the Upcoming Monaco Pittsburgh's Suite and Be the First to Stay in It This Fall

    wakeandwander
    22 Jul 2014 | 9:30 am
    Kimpton’s soon-to-be newest property takes us to Pittsburgh, a city we don’t hear much about in terms of its hotel scene. Like its state rival Philadelphia, the Steel City has a history of being a blue-collar town, one not exactly known for luxury and boutique properties. But Philly has certainly changed its ways, so why can’t Pittsburgh? In October, the Hotel Monaco Pittsburgh will open as both Kimpton’s first venture into the city and will look to compete with other traditional luxury hotels in the vicinity, such as the Renaissance, Omni, and Fairmont. To be located at…
  • Miami Beach: Along the Water, The Aloft Miami Beach is Slowly Coming Together

    juliana
    22 Jul 2014 | 8:30 am
    Our Miami Beach tipster has returned with some new shots of the upcoming Aloft Hotel in Miami Beach on way north Collins Avenue. The latest Starwood hotel to hit Miami won't open until March 19, 2015 and judging by the pictures, we're even a little skeptical of that date. Yet it is interesting to see how Aloft is updating the old Motel Arkana, keeping much of the motel's existing structure but also adding another tower adjacent to the lot. (See the rendering on the Aloft Miami Beach website to get a better idea of how it will look.)
  • Rancho Mirage: Meet The Coachella Valley Hotel With Its Own Waterpark

    juliab
    22 Jul 2014 | 8:19 am
    When we were writing about Palm Springs all last week, we were trying to stick to hotels in Palm Springs itself. But as well as the 10 in town that we already mentioned, there’s another desert pool that deserves a mention: that of the Omni Rancho Las Palmas in Rancho Mirage. We say pool – but actually, it’s a waterpark. Yes, a hotel with its own waterpark. Splashtopia Water Playground is 2 acres of family-friendliness, with a sandy beach, 100-foot waterslides, a 450ft ‘lazy river’ (traversable by inner tube), a ‘cliffside’ Jacuzzi, water play zones with…
 
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    Marriott on the Move

  • Hard Work Matters

    Marriott on the Move
    22 Jul 2014 | 7:20 am
    Bill Marriott with his sons in 1970, learning how things work in a hotel kitchen. My father grew up on his father’s farm, just west of Ogden, in the small town of Marriott, Utah, which was settled by his grandfather, John Marriott after he crossed the plains with the Mormon...
  • Farewell to Murphy

    Marriott on the Move
    15 Jul 2014 | 12:54 pm
    Listen to blog Our beloved golden retriever, Murphy, recently passed away. He had been a wonderful member of our family for 13 years. Murphy was our third golden retriever. He brightened our lives with sweetness and goodness. The only thing he ever asked from us was to be petted. He...
  • A Tale of Two Graduations

    Marriott on the Move
    7 Jul 2014 | 1:20 pm
    Gonzalez & Marriott Families at Cornell University Graduation I recently attended the graduation ceremonies at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY. Our grandson, Matthew, was receiving his masters in hotel administration. It was a great thrill to see him walk across the stage and receive his diploma. Matthew is our daughter...
  • From Homeless to Homeowner

    Marriott on the Move
    1 Jul 2014 | 10:12 am
    When we acquired the management business of Gaylord Hotels, we discovered that their corporate culture mirrored ours. Their employees are called “Stars” and they do much to celebrate them and provide opportunities for them. Each year we select nine or 10 associates from around the world to honor with the...
  • All You Need is Love

    Marriott on the Move
    24 Jun 2014 | 11:18 am
    It seems that couples are everywhere in the summer months. Couples are walking in parks, in your local movie theater, and in your neighborhood restaurants. Most notably, couples are walking hand-in-hand from wedding ceremonies around the world. My own wedding anniversary is this month. On June 29, Donna and I...
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    Saturday Briefing

  • Congratulations to Outrigger’s Quarterly Leaders

    admin
    19 Jul 2014 | 3:02 am
    BY DR. RICHARD KELLEY — This week, many segments of our company took time out to recognize and honor the members of our ‘ohana who have turned in exceptional performances during the second quarter of 2014. The names of the … Read More. To read the entire article please click the article title above.
  • Employees of the Second Quarter 2014 Celebrated!

    admin
    19 Jul 2014 | 3:01 am
    BY ASHLEY CABRADILLA — The OHANA Waikiki East was host to the Employee of the Quarter celebration honoring standouts for the second quarter of 2014 on Tuesday, July 15. Barry Wallace, Bruce Schneider, Charlene Goo, Chuck Shishido, David Carey, Dr. … Read More. To read the entire article please click the article title above.
  • Outrigger Hosts Interns at OWK

    admin
    19 Jul 2014 | 3:01 am
    BY ROBERT MCCONNELL — The Outrigger Waikiki on the Beach (OWK) has had a productive year thus far with our team members hosting several interns and Hawaii State Teachers Association (HSTA) teachers.                 … Read More. To read the entire article please click the article title above.
  • TLP and TLR Celebrate Khao Phansa Day

    admin
    19 Jul 2014 | 3:01 am
    BY PATCHAREE CHANANTHO (PAEW) — The Outrigger Laguna Phuket Resort and Villas (TLP) and Outrigger Laguna Phuket Beach Resort (TLR) joined the local community by providing a candle to the local temple “Sompan-Ngo Monastery” to celebrate Buddhist Lent Day or … Read More. To read the entire article please click the article title above.
  • Green Thumbs Recognized at Outrigger!

    admin
    19 Jul 2014 | 3:01 am
    Wyndham at Waikiki Beach Walk (FBW) — BY ANNA LAU — How many times have you been pinched because you weren’t wearing green on St. Patrick’s Day? Perhaps we should use the same concept for someone who doesn’t recycle plastic … Read More. To read the entire article please click the article title above.
 
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    Living with Legends: Hotel Chelsea Blog

  • Between Riverside and Crazy: One Man’s Struggle to Keep His Rent-Stabilized Apartment

    Anonymous Blogger
    21 Jul 2014 | 6:26 am
    With their backs to the wall, creative artists are struggling to come to terms with the forces of gentrification that are altering their lives beyond recognition.  So, in a sense, it’s no surprise to find a playwright wrestling with this subject, which after all, touches many of them personally.  On the other hand, probably due to the complexities of the issues surrounding rent control, eviction proceedings, social engineering, city corruption, etc., there haven’t been many attempts.  That’s why Between Riverside and Crazy, a new play by the Atlantic Theatre Company,…
  • Whietely’s “Tahiti,” painted while he lived at the Chelsea Hotel expected to bring in 2.2 million

    Anonymous Blogger
    30 Jun 2014 | 9:06 am
    In May, Brett Whietely’s “Tahiti” was auctioned by the Chelsea 23rd Street Corporation, the former owner of the Chelsea Hotel.   It will be reoffered for sale in Melbourne in July.  According to The Sydney Morning Herald,  "...Paul Gauguin on the Eve of His Attempted Suicide, Tahiti, has been shown in public only once, during an exhibition in New York’s Marlborough Gallery in 1968. Like many other works produced by Whiteley during his time in New York, it never left the US. His other works painted at the Chelsea include two portraits of Dylan…
  • Happy Birthday to Chelsea Hotel Legend Stanley Bard

    Anonymous Blogger
    16 Jun 2014 | 6:34 am
    Stanley Bard and his wife Phyllis celebrated Stanley's 80th birthday in style earlier this month by dining at El Quijote. Stanley said that one of his all time favorite dishes was El Quijote's Chicken Villeroy, but he ordered something different just to change it up on this particular occasion, looked like the Fish in Green Sauce to me, another yummy dish. Phyllis also recommends the baked chicken.  "It's the best in town," she said.  Here's to Stanley celebrating many more birthday's to come in El Quijote.  The famous off-key pink…
  • Stormé Delarverié, Icon of the LGBT Community Dies at 93

    Anonymous Blogger
    25 May 2014 | 9:09 am
    Sadly, we have learned that Stormé Delarverié, a long-time Chelsea Hotel resident and icon of the LGBT community passed away yesterday.  Stormé had been living at the CABS Nursing Home in Brooklyn since October 2010.   UPDATE - The funeral service for Storme will be held Thursday, May 29 at the Greenwich Village Funeral Home from 7 - 9 pm. Despite health issues in recent years, Stormé continued to remain active in the gay and lesbian community.  She could be seen proudly waving from the Stonewall Veteran Association’s Cadillac during the Gay Pride Parade held each June…
  • Virtual Hotel Chelsea Celebrates 5 year Anniversary on May 3, 2014

    Anonymous Blogger
    24 Apr 2014 | 9:02 am
    NY Times coverage of Chelsea Hotel Second Life launch.  Second Life  Help keep Second Life Chelsea Hotel Alive.Jeremiah's Vanishing New York visits Hotel Chelsea Second Life
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    TravelClick Feed

  • TravelClick Hosts Complimentary Webinar on Accessing the Corporate Traveler

    admin
    21 Jul 2014 | 6:27 am
    NEW YORK (July 21, 2014) — TravelClick, global provider of innovative cloud-based solutions that enable hotels to grow revenue, will present two free webinars on July 31 to discuss best practices for hotels to target the corporate traveler and increase travel agent bookings. Brenda Stojentin, Director, Partner Relations at TravelClick, and Ana Martinez, Manager, Supplier Relations, at American Express Global Business Travel, will lead the discussion.  
  • Hospitality Trends – Hoteliers Increasing Marketing Spend in Online and Social Media

    admin
    2 Jul 2014 | 8:37 am
    Read the story at htrends.com.
  • A summer of events is drawing the crowds to the Capital

    admin
    1 Jul 2014 | 9:32 am
    6 June 2014 – The pomp and ceremony of iconic events and international sporting contests continue to prove as strong booking drivers for London hoteliers, according to forward-looking data from TravelClick, leading provider in hotel market intelligence.  
  • The Tour de France drives hotel bookings on both sides of the English Channel

    admin
    1 Jul 2014 | 8:59 am
    15 May 2014 – The world’s premier cycling race is driving hotel bookings in London and Paris alike as the crowds flock to see a flash of the yellow jersey. TravelClick, the leading provider in hotel market intelligence, uses its forward-looking data to offer unique industry insight into the British and capital cities hotel bookings.  
  • Hoteliers look to drive mobile web bookings with increased spend

    admin
    1 Jul 2014 | 8:55 am
    31 March 2014 – Hoteliers are prioritising spend in mobile and social media in a bid to increase web traffic and bookings on-the-go, according to a survey by leading hotel market intelligence provider, TravelClick.   When asked which channels will see the most increase in spend, more than one in seven respondents (14.8 per cent) claimed that social media is at the top of their investment list, and one in 10 respondents (11.1 per cent) will ramp up their spend on mobile.   
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    TravelClick Feed

  • TravelClick Hosts Complimentary Webinar on Accessing the Corporate Traveler

    admin
    21 Jul 2014 | 6:27 am
    NEW YORK (July 21, 2014) — TravelClick, global provider of innovative cloud-based solutions that enable hotels to grow revenue, will present two free webinars on July 31 to discuss best practices for hotels to target the corporate traveler and increase travel agent bookings. Brenda Stojentin, Director, Partner Relations at TravelClick, and Ana Martinez, Manager, Supplier Relations, at American Express Global Business Travel, will lead the discussion.  
  • Hospitality Trends – Hoteliers Increasing Marketing Spend in Online and Social Media

    admin
    2 Jul 2014 | 8:37 am
    Read the story at htrends.com.
  • A summer of events is drawing the crowds to the Capital

    admin
    1 Jul 2014 | 9:32 am
    6 June 2014 – The pomp and ceremony of iconic events and international sporting contests continue to prove as strong booking drivers for London hoteliers, according to forward-looking data from TravelClick, leading provider in hotel market intelligence.  
  • The Tour de France drives hotel bookings on both sides of the English Channel

    admin
    1 Jul 2014 | 8:59 am
    15 May 2014 – The world’s premier cycling race is driving hotel bookings in London and Paris alike as the crowds flock to see a flash of the yellow jersey. TravelClick, the leading provider in hotel market intelligence, uses its forward-looking data to offer unique industry insight into the British and capital cities hotel bookings.  
  • Hoteliers look to drive mobile web bookings with increased spend

    admin
    1 Jul 2014 | 8:55 am
    31 March 2014 – Hoteliers are prioritising spend in mobile and social media in a bid to increase web traffic and bookings on-the-go, according to a survey by leading hotel market intelligence provider, TravelClick.   When asked which channels will see the most increase in spend, more than one in seven respondents (14.8 per cent) claimed that social media is at the top of their investment list, and one in 10 respondents (11.1 per cent) will ramp up their spend on mobile.   
 
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    FeedBlitz News

  • FeedBlitz: Rewind the Week – App Edition

    Eleanor Pierce
    17 Jul 2014 | 8:50 am
    I had a realization while looking at photos taken on a recent cross-country road trip to Oregon. There were typical “standing happily next to road sign” photos, some “standing looking not-so-happy next to cars loaded down with luggage” photos, and, I’m ashamed to admit, more than one photo of me and my 19-year-old niece standing (or sitting) side by side, both staring at our iPhones. I guess you could say we’re both addicted. I’m not rude about it—at least, I don’t think I am. I don’t keep my phone on the dinner table. I don’t glaze over and scroll through my phone when…
  • The Real Truth About SEO Success

    Simon Ashton
    15 Jul 2014 | 12:32 pm
    Let’s be honest, on the ladder of trustworthiness, search engine consultants fall somewhere between lawyers and members of Congress. But nobody seeks us out at parties for our stories or makes Netflix shows set in the world of SEO. No, instead you have two choices when it comes to SEO. You’re either the nerdy Poindexter, sitting alone at his computer, muttering about meta descriptions and H1 tags, or worse, a snake oil salesman, promising the world that if you’ll just spend thousands of dollars on some magic formula that never quite seems to be finished, you’ll win the Internet.
  • FeedBlitz: Rewind the Week – Food Edition

    Eleanor Pierce
    10 Jul 2014 | 1:29 pm
    By Eleanor Pierce One of the things I find most exciting about this time of year is farmer’s markets. See, I live in Central Oregon, where the High Desert climate limits the growing season, so these open air markets are really a summertime affair. And from the first local strawberries to the last of the summer corn, they just make me happy. And honestly, so do some of the other not-so-healthy foods of summer, from snow cones to burgers and brats. I guess I’m just an incorrigible foodie. So naturally, while I was rounding up a few of my favorite news items for this week’s FeedBlitz:…
  • Social Media Crisis: Stand Up to Your Critics

    Ann Marie van den Hurk
    9 Jul 2014 | 2:30 am
    By Ann Marie van den Hurk When Honey Maid released an ad touting their #thisiswholesome campaign in mid-March 2014, they joined other brands such as Cheerios and Chevrolet in showing the diversity of American families today. They also joined those brands in having to manage a social media crisis. These brands are reflecting the changing face of American families. Families which no longer resemble the ideal put forth in Norman Rockwell’s Thanksgiving paintings. In a New York Times article from the fall of 2013, it was pointed out that, “Families are more ethnically, racially,…
  • Feedblitz: Rewind the Week – July 4th Edition

    Lindsay Bell
    4 Jul 2014 | 3:24 am
    By Lindsay Bell What started out hopeful soon turned into a rough week for the good ol’ USA. Americans are finally beginning to embrace the world’s most beautiful game, football (or soccer, depending on your land of birth!) but despite the newfound enthusiasm, and after a fight to the end against Belgium, the U.S. team was knocked out of the World Cup on Tuesday. There have definitely been some sad faces around these parts, plus some hilariously creative and heartfelt online tributes to goalie Tim Howard, who played the game of a lifetime. Fortunately, there’s a bright light…
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    HOTELMARKETING.COM

  • The next chapter in the convergence of OTAs and metasearch

    markus.busch@hotelmarketing.com
    22 Jul 2014 | 12:10 am
    A metasearch-like advertisement on an online travel agency site isn’t going to get anywhere near the the sort of clout that sites such as TripAdvisor, Google and Kayak can wield, but it enables OTA sites to get into metasearch in a modest way to appease consumers’ inclination to comparison-shop without taking a lot of the risk.
  • Rising group demand adds to hotel negotiating difficulties

    markus.busch@hotelmarketing.com
    22 Jul 2014 | 12:09 am
    As many buyers prepare their annual submissions of hotel requests for proposals, many are bracing for a challenging negotiating season, with industry conditions in the United States putting hotels in a position of increasing strength, particularly given rising group demand.
  • BCD Travel pilots tripBAM, driving hotel savings for corporate clients

    markus.busch@hotelmarketing.com
    22 Jul 2014 | 12:08 am
    tripBAM announced a collaboration with BCD Travel intended to help businesses capture savings when hotel rates drop after a property is booked. BCD recently launched a pilot program with a handful of its corporate clients to test whether travelers would widely use the tool and measure the amount of savings clients might expect from using it.
  • Hyatt reorganizes for increased adaptability and effectiveness

    markus.busch@hotelmarketing.com
    22 Jul 2014 | 12:07 am
    The changes include the integration of the global operations structure, the formation of an integrated team to lead the Company’s select service business and the creation of a new global franchising strategy function.
  • Millennials warming up to agents

    markus.busch@hotelmarketing.com
    22 Jul 2014 | 12:06 am
    According to The 2014 Portrait of American Travelers by MMGY Global, thirty percent of millennials said they intend to hire an agent for travel within the next two years, with 80% citing agents' expertise regarding destinations as the main reason for their decision.
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    Hotel F&B Observer

  • 2014 CIA-Food Art Flavor Summit

    Len Elias
    15 Jul 2014 | 9:39 am
    The Summit is an amazing event sponsored through a partnership between Food Arts magazine and The Culinary Institute of America-Greystone. The Summit brings together chefs, hospitality leaders and other related experts from across all segments of the industry. It is designed as a fast paced series of demonstrations, discussions, tastings, and collaborative team exercises that [...]
  • A Food Revolution? Really?

    Doug Zeif
    15 Jul 2014 | 9:34 am
    A few days ago, I ate at Sam Fox’s new concept named Flower Child in Scottsdale. The tag line for Flower Child is a food revolution which, I have to say, really got me thinking. I think Sam did a great job with this concept, as he seems to most always do. [...]
  • Enthusiasm and Trepidation

    Kurt Bjorkman
    20 Jun 2014 | 12:22 pm
    Standing within the walls of my newly decommissioned restaurant and banquet building is for me, similar to standing in the aisles of an art supply store with no specific plan about what I want to create … just that I want to create something! We do have a plan for our restaurant, the name [...]
  • Re-Exploring Pinterest for Your Hotel Internal and External Marketing

    Fred DeMicco
    8 May 2014 | 7:23 am
    By Dani Danuphon Tantiphayak, Di Song and Frederick DeMicco, Dr. Food Tech Pinterest is a type of social media platform where users can share and organize the images, which they are interested in, or that are inspiring. Hotel and restaurant business can take advantage of this development. In the hotel or restaurant industry, it is important for [...]
  • Lead or Lead? Are You in Front or at the Bottom?

    Ron Wichowski
    5 May 2014 | 9:29 am
    Leaders must love what they do. They must have a passion for their craft and the desire to see others catch that same bug. They are the type of people who can relate just about any situation in life to their field, often jading their perception in a certain way. If you are a [...]
 
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    Smith Travel Blog

  • Little Good Harbour, Barbados: hotel of the week

    Kate Thorman
    18 Jul 2014 | 1:37 am
    We’ve been daydreaming of slowing things down and taking that quiet Caribbean getaway. The haven of Little Good Harbour in Barbados will instantly put you on ‘island time’ – chill out with a day at the beach, in the spa, or trolling through the local markets. Style Old-style Bajan beach houses Setting Palm-fringed fishing village Why this week? Basking in the sun is closer than ever on Barbados, a surprisingly accessible Caribbean island with direct flights from most major UK and US cities. It’s even simpler once you arrive; Little Good Harbour is home to one of the island’s most…
  • In the diary: Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials

    Lucy Fennings
    14 Jul 2014 | 7:49 am
    STYLE Riders and Rovers SETTING Lush Lincolnshire landscape When? 4–7 September 2014 Where? Burghley House, Stamford, Lincolnshire Tell me more… As much social gathering as sporting event – attracting equine enthusiasts, passionate spectators, and plenty more who come along for a grand day out with family and friends – the award-winning annual Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials is a highlight of the international equestrian calendar. This prestigious and popular leg of the global Grand Slam of Eventing brings the world’s top riders and horses together to test their skill,…
  • North Bundaleer, Clare Valley: hotel of the week

    Sarah Jappy
    10 Jul 2014 | 9:56 pm
    Ancient outcrops of the Flinders Ranges, ordered rows of ripening grapes on vines and rolling pastoral hills are what you’ll find in the surrounds of opulently restored homestead, North Bundaleer. Just 30 minutes from the Clare Valley in South Australia, this property will have you resting on the verandah, sipping on riesling and fondly watching the resident Jack Russells, Archie and Tilly, scamper around the rose bushes. Style Vintage Victorian Setting Outback plains and pastures Why this week? The next couple of months are jam-packed: the Sevenhill Producer’s Market on 26 July…
  • A tale of two cities: a 48-hour stay in Florence and Verona

    Juliet Kinsman
    9 Jul 2014 | 7:15 am
    It’s remarkable how much you can see and do in just one weekend away to Italy. A night at Il Salviatino and then a night at Palazzo Victoria treated me to a concentrated hit of two of the world’s most cultured cities with a restorative whirl in the countryside, plus a good measure of cocktails, and even a pilgrimage to my namesake’s balcony… Florence, the original Renaissance city, doesn’t hang about when it comes to treating foreigners to the kind of scenes that make city breaks in Italy so appealing. Pastel-painted palazzi peeping around almost every corner and cultural landmarks…
  • Travel gallery: Areias do Seixo hotel in Portugal

    Madevi Dailly
    9 Jul 2014 | 2:31 am
    Lately we’ve been daydreaming about Portugal. We’ve fallen a little bit in love with Areias do Seixo: an easy hour’s drive from Lisbon, right on the coast, it’s the sort of laid-back and breezy boutique hotel that has you kicking off your shoes within minutes of arriving. Fresh from a recent visit to this gorgeous concrete-and-glass stay, Smith editor Madévi Dailly recommends just giving in to the glamorous earth-child vibe: take a dip in the mirror-smooth pool, breathe in the scents of rosemary and lavender in the bountiful kitchen gardens or tag along on a…
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    Hotel Law Blog

  • Chinese-language Hotel Law Blog launched by JMBM Global Hospitality Group® and HotelLawyer.com

    Jim Butler
    9 Jul 2014 | 11:22 am
    July 9, 2014 LOS ANGELES—The Global Hospitality Group® and the Chinese Investment Group™ at Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP are pleased to announce the launch of a Chinese-language version of the Hotel Law Blog. It is available as a new tab on www.HotelLawyer.com or it can be accessed directly at www.ChineseHotelLawBlog.com. “Since 2007, our Hotel Law Blog has been a valuable resource for the hospitality industry,” said Jim Butler, author of HotelLawBlog.com and chairman of the Global Hospitality Group® and the Chinese Investment Group™. “We want to share…
  • Executive Summary of the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program

    Jim Butler
    23 Jun 2014 | 5:21 pm
    Hotel Lawyer looking at the EB-5 program Over the past 5 years, JMBM’s team has helped clients with more than 40 EB-5 projects all over the U.S. The program is more popular than ever and the standards continue to rise for sponsors who want to advantage of this funding technique. I asked Jonathan Bloch, a corporate partner and Senior Member of JMBM’s Global Hospitality Group®, to put together an Executive Summary and Overview of the EB-5 Program for investors and developers wanting to explore the funding source for new projects. Here it is. An Executive Summary and Overview of…
  • Hotel Lawyer: Growing Together — China and Los Angeles County

    Jim Butler
    15 Jun 2014 | 7:54 pm
    By Jim Butler and the Global Hospitality Group® Hotel Lawyers | Authors of www.HotelLawBlog.com 16 June 2014 The growth of outbound Chinese investment Earlier this month we posted an article about the surge in Chinese investment as reported by Tiffany Hsu in the Los Angeles Times. See, “China and JMBM’s Chinese Investment Group™ are in the news again!” That article prominently featured the Sheraton Gateway LAX hotel, its 15% increase in Chinese travelers since the beginning of the year, and its purchase by our Shenzen Hazens Real Estate Group, and JMBM’s role as counsel…
  • Hotel Lawyer: What is happening with Chinese real estate companies investing in banks?

    Jim Butler
    14 Jun 2014 | 4:28 pm
    By Jim Butler and the Global Hospitality Group® Hotel Lawyers | Authors of www.HotelLawBlog.com 15 June 2014 Concerns over a real estate bubble in China For decades, China was referred to as the “sleeping giant.” This reference is to the great potential impact of the country, its vast population, and its economy, but also to the fact that this potential was largely unrealized for hundreds of years. Well, the sleeping giant is awake! And the world financial press is now full of analysts following China and the international ramifications of its every action on the world economy.
  • China and JMBM’s Chinese Investment Group™ are in the news again!

    Jim Butler
    6 Jun 2014 | 7:22 pm
    By Jim Butler and the Global Hospitality Group® Hotel Lawyers | Authors of www.HotelLawBlog.com 6 June 2014 As the significance of Chinese investment in the US continues its rapid growth, news articles regularly document new details of this major trend. And in today’s Los Angeles Times, Tiffany Hsu provided some interesting facts in an article entitled “Chinese tourism and investment in Southern California surges.” Her article led off with the example of a 15% increase in Chinese travelers at the Sheraton Gateway LAX Hotel. We served as lawyers and business advisors to…
 
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    National Real Estate Investor

  • Life Sciences Write Prescriptions for CRE Markets Success

    22 Jul 2014 | 10:40 am
    The United States continues to outpace the world in biopharmaceutical resources and enterprises, according to JLL’s 2014 Life Sciences Cluster Report. read more
  • 10 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (July 22, 2014)

    22 Jul 2014 | 7:54 am
    Facebook is testing a ‘Buy’ button that would allow users to make on-site purchases. Target’s struggles in Canada may serve as a cautionary tale for other retailers attempting to crack the market. CBRE Group has acquired PKF Consulting. Greystone launched a seniors housing real estate sales and investment advisory group with its acquisition of ARA National Seniors Housing Group. These are among today’s 10 must reads from around the commercial real estate sector. Content Classification:  Curated read more
  • D.C. Office Occupancy Drops, but Investor Demand Still High

    22 Jul 2014 | 7:49 am
    Vacancy has increased in one of the top U.S. office markets, Washington, D.C., but at least one expert says the drop is just a minor blip that signifies investors should seize on properties while they can. read more
  • Industrial Leasing Activity Strong in the Second Quarter

    22 Jul 2014 | 7:30 am
    Relatively more robust economic activity during the second quarter appeared to benefit the industrial sector as fundamentals improved at a modestly quicker pace. read more
  • 10 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (July 21, 2014)

    21 Jul 2014 | 8:37 am
    Restaurant rents have been rising in the past year and a half, and are beginning to put pressure on the industry’s bottom line. CBRE Group is profiting from consolidation among office space firms. The U.S. Senate by a 93-4 vote approved legislation to reauthorize for seven years the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act. Juan Valdez, the coffee brand backed by the Colombian Coffee Growers Federation, is opening franchised cafes in Florida in a fresh attempt to challenge Starbucks Corp. These are among today’s 10 must reads from around the commercial real estate sector. Content…
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  • Innkeepers, Are you losing your identity?

    Heather Turner
    14 Jul 2014 | 9:09 am
    As innkeepers, your lives are public, they need to be. Guests do like to know who they are staying with generally, it’s an integral part of the B&B brand. And while not every innkeeper has their names and photos on their websites, the vast majority do. Realistically, it’s not much different then most businesses online, you can find out who owns a business, how long they have been in business, etc. just by trolling through the information found easily on Google. This post though is not about brand and brand identity, but about identity theft. As innkeepers, once your own information…
  • Bed and Breakfasts Need to Do Some Digital Housekeeping!

    Heather Turner
    22 May 2014 | 3:42 pm
    Innkeepers, when was the last time you looked, REALLY LOOKED at your website, especially your home page? And checked it? And checked the whole site? I have a project I am working on for a lodging organization, it includes going to every member’s website and gathering together their social media links, or in many cases, lack there of, and in the process I am looking over their sites and noticing things. Of the 500+ member pages I’ve managed to take a hard gander at so far, these are some things that have stuck out as significant problems. Issues are not just social media related, there are…
  • Airbnb, should innkeepers beat em or join em?

    Heather Turner
    15 Apr 2014 | 5:48 am
     I would say do both. Facts: Airbnb isn’t going away. They are getting and probably will get, a lot more funding in the future. Airbnb renters are basically stealing guests from lodging facilities that are paying rooms & meals taxes, other lodging associated fees and are inspected. (Although realistically if your room rates are over $150 a night, the people that stay in Airbnb rentals are not your target market anyway, they would probably stay in a motel if at all, and they may not be the best guests in the first place.) Reality: Even if all the lodging associations, hotel, motel,…
  • New Facebook Business Page changes Bed and Breakfasts should be aware of

    Heather Turner
    8 Apr 2014 | 1:50 pm
    https://www.facebook.com/Applesauceinnbnb (new Business Facebook page layout) So as I continue my love-hate relationship with Facebook and it’s ongoing changes, I am endlessly fascinated as they givith and then they takith away. It’s sort of like watching a horrifying train wreck for me, I just can’t look away and feel impelled to poke around in it to see just what they changed this time. For those of you that still are utilizing Facebook for business, you may want to get up to speed a little on a few of the changes, some are big, some little, but as usual infinitely annoying for those…
  • The Pros and Cons of Offering Pet Friendly Lodging (plus notes)

    Heather Turner
    4 Apr 2014 | 9:32 am
    These are my notes from this past March’s MidAtlantic Innkeeper’s Conference presentation. I recently had a few emails from innkeepers asking for suggestions so thought it might be helpful to post them. Statistics Forty-nine percent of pet owners in a survey said they plan to travel with their pets within the next 12 months. Via Tripadvisor Biggest pet peeve when traveling with pets? 50% Finding Activities to do with Pets 25% Additional Fees 15% Weight Restrictions (rough estimate) 15% Finding Accommodations (rough estimate) 10% Breed Restrictions (rough estimate) via…
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  • The Hoxton Holborn takes bookings for ‘late summer’ opening.

    Laura
    22 Jul 2014 | 2:32 am
    Trendy Hoxton Hotels is getting ready to open a second London location in Holborn, set to open in a few months. Although the group refers to the opening happening ‘later this summer’, bookings start from October, which is perhaps pushing the definition of summer a little. The group’s first property in Shoreditch combines 208 individually designed bedrooms with warm and welcoming communal areas that are no less creatively designed. Open since 2006, they underwent a revamp earlier this year. The guestrooms are all the same size, each coming with the same benefits and the same…
  • Library offers exclusive rooms to literary aficionados.

    Laura
    21 Jul 2014 | 2:51 am
    London is full of grandiose hotels – hotels of huge proportions, with hundreds of rooms and suites. But then there are the quieter lights of the capital, the exclusive destinations with just a few rooms but a high level of service and a unique concept. Library on St Martin’s Lane is the latter. The recently opened hotel and private members club unsurprisingly has a literary theme, and with just six rooms it’s the kind of place that’s never going to get too noisy or crowded. The few guests that the hotel does have, however, are well catered for by a bar and a gym. A suitably named…
  • Top 10 London hotels for London’s Top 10 attractions.

    Elizabeth Hands
    18 Jul 2014 | 2:04 am
    Visit London has just revealed which of the capital’s attractions are the most popular, with everything from the historic to the artistic, the scientific to the scenic appearing on the list. But where are the best places to stay to see London’s most iconic sights? Here is our rundown of which attractions made the official Visit London list and the best hotels within walking distance of each one: 1. The Grange Holborn Hotel for the British Museum With exhibitions which date back to prehistoric times, it’s no wonder the British Museum took the top spot on the list, particularly as entry…
  • The rise of the prefab hotel in London.

    Laura
    17 Jul 2014 | 1:59 am
    In the last few years the trend for prefabricated hotels – which are built offsite in modular parts and then stacked together – has been growing. The practice tends to be cheaper, quicker and more environmentally friendly than building onsite, and London’s hotel scene has moved from one-off properties under large groups, to entire brands built on the concept. In 2008 Travelodge constructed their first modular hotel. The 120-room hotel was built from Verbus modules, high strength steel modules that resemble shipping containers. Once stacked and bolted together, the hotel…
  • Bookings being taken for ’20s cruiseship inspired Mondrian London.

    Laura
    16 Jul 2014 | 1:58 am
    Morgans Hotel Group, owners of St Martins Lane and The Sanderson, have set an opening date of September 30th for their new venture, the Mondrian London at Sea Containers. Although the opening is more than two months away, bookings are already open. Featured in our rundown of new hotels in 1920s buildings earlier in the year, the hotel isn’t among those in listed buildings, but it has taken on something of a Roaring Twenties theme. The Mondrian London is the first Mondrian hotel to open outside of the USA, with three already in New York, Los Angeles and South Beach. A further two…
 
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  • Calypso Tag: The New Way to Keep Track of Luggage

    Michael
    9 Jul 2014 | 1:05 am
    We trust you have heard of the “fear of flying.” It turns out that some people are not so much afraid of getting on a plane and going from one place to the other as they are fearful of losing their luggage along the way. Well, now there is a better way to keep track of your luggage with the handy little technology product known as Calypso Tag. The Calypso Tag looks like a very stylish, but otherwise normal, ID tag that one would attach to checked baggage or a carry-on. However, inside the tag is a low-power Bluetooth 4.0 transmitter capable of talking to your smartphone at a distance of…
  • San Francisco Ritz Carlton Defines Luxury Located Downtown

    Michael
    2 Jul 2014 | 1:52 am
    Few names in the hospitality industry garner as much respect as the Ritz-Carlton name. Since the early 20th century, Ritz-Carlton has been associated with some of the finest hotels in Europe and North America. And one of the finest in their collection is in downtown San Francisco. The San Francisco Ritz-Carlton is a nine-story building on the eastern slope of the city’s famous Nob Hill, at 600 Stockton St. The hotel’s location puts it at the heart of the action in the financial district, Chinatown and Union Square; it is a regular stop on San Francisco’s California Street…
  • San Francisco Mandarin Oriental: The Standard of Style and Sophistication

    Michael
    25 Jun 2014 | 1:37 am
    In 1987, Mandarin Oriental opened their first U.S. hotel in San Francisco. The new property was an opportunity for the hotel group to combine their reputation for legendary hospitality with San Francisco’s reputation as one of the best cities to visit in the States. Needless to say, the hotel has more than met expectations. Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco is centrally located on Sansome Street, very near Chinatown, the San Francisco Farmers Market, and dozens of high-end shops, restaurants, and theaters. The famous Nob Hill and Fisherman’s Wharf districts are also within easy…
  • JetBlue Introduces New Premium Class

    Michael
    18 Jun 2014 | 9:50 pm
    JetBlue, one of America’s first discount, no-frills airlines, has done something it said in the past it would never do: establish a new premium class of passenger service. The new class, known as Mint service, is now being offered on the New York to Los Angeles route. It will eventually be expanded to include the New York to San Francisco route as well. JetBlue says it made the decision after customers on the two routes began requesting first-class service. Mint service includes hot meals, extra-wide seats that double as beds, and a number of other amenities.
  • Hilton Introduces New Luxury Brand, Curio

    Michael
    6 Jun 2014 | 12:13 pm
    Hilton Worldwide is one of the world’s most well known names in hospitality and luxury accommodations. Now it intends to give consumers another option by way of a new luxury brand: Curio – A Collection by Hilton. The company has signed agreements for five properties, all carefully selected based on what each location can bring to the new chain. What sets the Curio collection apart is its theme of individuality and uniqueness. Each hotel will be uniquely different from all the rest, yet all will have the strength and power of the Hilton name behind them. Hilton Worldwide Executive Vice…
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  • Location, Location, Location! Make The Most of Yours on Social Media

    Are Morch
    21 Jul 2014 | 5:47 am
    Location, Location, Location! Make The Most of Yours on Social Media Working in Social Media, you have to be extremely flexible and have an eye for timely pieces that will be interesting and engaging for a mass audience. You also have to constantly be thinking of new material so followers will engage with your brand. It is extremely important to know what performs well on the platforms you use and if there are any new trends to implement in your schedule that will then help you get the edge over your competition. Use these strategies to make the most of your location on social media. Find…
  • How To Choose The Right Content Marketing Tactics For Your Hotel

    Are Morch
    17 Jul 2014 | 1:18 pm
    How To Choose The Right Content Marketing Tactics For Your Hotel Your Hotel has decided that Social Media is going to be a communication channel to reach your ideal customers. Value Proposition will be one of the core principles for your Hotels Content Marketing Strategies, and lead generation. We need to develop a tactical plan for the process. Content Marketing Tactical Plan Implementation strategies is a important component of building an effective Social Media Channel for your Hotel. But we need to focus on execution and tactical strategies that takes your Hotel to the next level. We…
  • Millennials Changing the Hotel Landscape through Social Media

    Are Morch
    15 Jul 2014 | 3:13 am
    Millennials Changing the Hotel Landscape through Social Media Millennials is the Social Generations. They are the founders of the Social Media Movement; constantly connected to their Social circles via online and mobile. And they are very savvy shoppers, always looking for the best deals. But they are willing to pay more for products and services from brands with Social Impact programs. According to Nielsen Millennials have more of a positive view of how technology is affecting their lives than any other generation. More than 74 percent feel that new technology makes their lives easier, and…
 
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  • Doors are Open! Great Wolf Lodge New England Welcomes Guests

    Kristianna Berger
    8 Jul 2014 | 6:36 am
    Back in March, we shared that Great Wolf Lodge was hiring for its New England location. We're back to announce that they've since opened their doors!  The 406 all-suite resort features 12 unique suite configurations in the property’s two wings. Each suite comes with a refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker and waterpark admission passes. The 68,000 square foot indoor waterpark holds 300,000 gallons of water! Entertainment is also widely available with character appearances, a MagiQuest game, Cub Club on Wheels, Wolf Walk, Northern Lights Arcade, a kid spa and much,…
  • Hcareers Dallas Career Fair

    Kristianna Berger
    29 Apr 2014 | 11:18 am
    Looking for the perfect hospitality job? Located near Dallas, Texas? Hcareers has the perfect solution for you - register today for our Dallas Hospitality Career Fair taking place on June 3rd.  Hospitality career fairs are like a rehearsal for a job interview. You have the opportunity to meet with prospective employers, present your skills and credentials, and plan your employment strategy. But as with any job interview, you must prepare properly to make the most of the fair. Tips to benefit from your hospitality career fairs Get the list of presenters before you attend the…
  • Dallas Career Fair Text Message Sign-up

    Kristianna Berger
    29 Apr 2014 | 11:14 am
          Hcareers Dallas Career Fair Text Message Reminder Sign Up Enter your cell phone number to receive reminder messages from Hcareers about the Dallas Career Fair on 6/3. Your information will not be used or shared for any other purpose. If you have questions, contact us at communications@hcareers.com. We'll see you June 3rd! Thanks, Hcareers   Cell phone*:() - -         A confirmation message will be sent to your mobile phone. Texts may be sent using automatic telephone dialing system. Reply/consent not required for any purchase. Periodic…
  • Great Wolf Lodge New England Has Jobs to Howl About

    Kristianna Berger
    20 Mar 2014 | 9:14 am
    With a June 1 opening date quickly approaching, Great Wolf Lodge New England is in the process of hiring nearly 500 employees for its 406-room resort. Positions are available across all areas of the lodge and will include guest relations, kids experience, housekeeping, aquatics, food and beverage, retail and more. “Our employee ‘Pack Members’ are the essence of the Great Wolf Lodge experience,” shared John Curty, Senior Vice President of Administration. “We are looking for enthusiastic individuals who want to grow with us and help make lasting memories for our…
  • Why I Will Never Regret Working Aboard Cruise Ships

    Guest Blogger
    28 Feb 2014 | 2:16 pm
    By Michael Horan If you’re an oxygen-breathing, red-blooded human, you have certainly pondered the “what-ifs,” looking at your trials and tribulations asking “would I done anything differently?” I remain steadfast not to give countenance to complacency and would not change a single thing. I spent five years working aboard cruise ships while travelling the globe and find it difficult to realize any regret. It was the time of my life. As a young man from Vancouver, BC with no more money in my pocket than I needed to survive, I was awash in good fortune to do what I…
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  • SETE, Greek Tourism Confederation, Enters Data Partnership with ReviewPro

    ReviewPro
    18 Jul 2014 | 1:07 am
    Greece’s leading hospitality association to leverage the Global Review Index™, ReviewPro’s award-winning online reputation score, to measure online guest satisfaction of the country’s hotels & destinations. Barcelona, July 17th 2014 - SETE Tourism Confederation, Greece’s largest and most important hospitality association, has signed a strategic partnership with ReviewPro, the leading provider of online reputation and social media analytics for the hotel industry. Under this agreement, SETE will leverage ReviewPro’s award-winning online reputation analytics to gain insight…
  • Free webinar: 8 Best Hotel Practices – Guest Satisfaction 101

    ReviewPro
    17 Jul 2014 | 1:28 am
    Customer satisfaction is the driving force behind the success of every business. Happy customers spend more money, come back, help spread the word and foster pride in the workplace. Register now In the next installment of ReviewPro’s free webinar series, we go back to the basics to highlight what every hotel and restaurant should be doing to harness the power of guest satisfaction—online and on property. Whether you’re in marketing, operations or executive management, we’ll show you eight tried-and-true ways to generate higher ratings, loyalty and advocacy. Topics include: How social…
  • ReviewPro Announces Partnership with IDeaS Revenue Solutions

    ReviewPro
    16 Jul 2014 | 9:08 am
    IDeaS Revenue Solution to integrate ReviewPro’s award-winning online reputation score, the Global Review Index™ into its Revenue Management System to help hoteliers maximize best available rates. Barcelona, July 16th 2014 – ReviewPro, the leading provider of online reputation and social media analytics for the hotel industry, announces a new revenue management capability developed in partnership with IDeaS Revenue Solutions, a leading provider of pricing and revenue management software, services and consulting. The IDeaS Reputation Pricing module is an innovative solution that provides…
  • PwC Switzerland Chooses ReviewPro as Online Reputation Meta-Data Supplier

    ReviewPro
    15 Jul 2014 | 8:19 am
    Zürich, July 15th 2014 – PwC Switzerland has signed an agreement with ReviewPro to license its Global Review Index™ and other reputation indexes for tens of thousands of hotels in dozens of leading destinations across Europe and the Middle East. The Global Review Index™ is the hotel industry’s online guest satisfaction benchmark for individual hotels or groups of hotels, based on data taken from all major online travel agencies and review sites. It can be used to analyze a hotel or group of hotels and make comparisons between cities. “We chose ReviewPro data because of its…
  • Employee Spotlight: Meet André Bazaga

    ReviewPro
    11 Jul 2014 | 3:58 am
    Staff spotlight: André Bazaga Where are you from and why did you come to Barcelona? I’m from the countryside between São Paolo and Uberaba in the southeast of Brazil. At first, I was attracted to the order and chaos of an enormous metropolis in São Paolo and I later came to Barcelona for an MA in History of Art. Living here gives me a much deeper sense of security, which has brought a lot of peace to my life. Barcelona is close to the sea and mountains, with plenty of arts and culture too. It offers a great quality of life. Describe a typical day at ReviewPro It’s very pleasant to work…
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  • Commercial flights are diverted from Ukraine airspace

    hotel
    22 Jul 2014 | 5:48 am
    Commercial flights are diverted from Ukraine airspace is a post from: New Hotel Post-fall MH17 by a missile that carried out by the Ukrainian pro-Russian separatists, some of these commercial flights are diverted from Ukraine airspace considering the safety and security of passengers. Although previously declared safe routes to travel through, but after the fall of MH17 incident in the East region of Ukraine, made ​​a number of airlines to switch to the safe route and avoid the area. commercial flights Commercial flights are diverted from Ukraine airspace Some operators in Asia confirmed…
  • List of best amusement parks in the world

    hotel
    21 Jul 2014 | 2:35 am
    List of best amusement parks in the world is a post from: New Hotel Amusement park became one of alternative tourist destination to off fatigue. Besides having a diverse attractions, amusement parks are also suitable as place to vacation with family. Discovery Cove List of best amusement parks in the world To hook the visitors, amusement parks were made ​​as attractive as possible. There were presenting the experience of interacting directly with the dolphins, while others offer a unique experience to meet Disney characters. More recently, travel website TripAdvisor summarizes a number of…
  • Happy ending massage in United Kingdom

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    20 Jul 2014 | 7:03 pm
    Happy ending massage in United Kingdom is a post from: New Hotel About happy ending massage working in United Kingdom, in spite of the clear advantages of residing city of the UK, Birmingham existence can frequently always be really stress filled. Most likely recognize you’re increasingly really stressed out although functioning. happy ending massage Happy ending massage in United Kingdom You might be becoming precariously about cranky and in some cases saturday and sunday don’t reduce your pressure that grows inside you, zero call for a crazy evening out to drag out of oneself.
  • Modern bedroom furniture space

    hotel
    18 Jul 2014 | 3:28 am
    Modern bedroom furniture space is a post from: New Hotel Modern bedroom furniture space, your feelings and points of views are greatly impacted by the size, shape and fashions of the home furniture you add in the home. In Feng shui school of thought, furnishings are important because they could influence your health, success and achievement. Even though the concept of fengshui now has wrinkles, many owners still follow its philosophies when they’re designing the inside of these houses, most importantly when it comes to their bed and living spaces. Nevertheless, in these present times,…
  • Guide to currency exchange before traveling

    hotel
    16 Jul 2014 | 4:05 pm
    Guide to currency exchange before traveling is a post from: New Hotel Exchange money before traveling abroad can be a bit confusing things, like how to avoid certain costs and get the best exchange rate. So, read this guide to currency exchange before traveling. currency exchange Here’s a guide to exchange currencies to remember, no matter where you go, as reported by the Huffington Post. - Know the exchange rate before traveling This will help you know when to get the best exchange rate and allow you to estimate overall spending while traveling. In general, you’ll pay a little…
 
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