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December

December

Wednesday, 13 March 2013 11:55

Luxury Cruises

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Luxury, like beauty, can be in the eye of the beholder. This is especially true for luxury cruises, when it’s the client’s wish list that decides which cruise is truly “luxurious.” Is it all about service that begins before the guest even arrives at the dock, that allows easy crowd-free boarding and proceeds with a glass of champagne and a personal escort to the stateroom? That means a small ship carrying relatively few passengers. 
Travel Florida’s Overseas Highway Route 1 to Key West and be dazzled by the scenery. Grab hold of a fin and ride a dolphin. Kayak through mangrove-lined channels. Sail on the boat featured in the classic Hollywood film, The African Queen. All of these one-of-a-kind attractions dot the scenic Overseas Highway Route 1 on the road to Key West, Florida.  A combination of the Caribbean and New Orleans awaits visitors to Key West. The former stomping grounds of Ernest Hemmingway and President Harry Truman also boast watersports and partying like Mallory Square’s nightly “Sunset Celebration.” Unless you are a college…
With the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the London 2012 Olympics focusing worldwide attention on Britain throughout 2012, England, Scotland and Wales are poised to welcome visitors inspired by what they’ve seen and heard. And rather than resting after their busy year of luxury hotel openings and other preparations, Britain heads full-steam into two more years marked by celebrations and major events. Be prepared to guide clients to what’s new, what’s ahead and to the best of the old.  Count on Series 3 of the wildly popular Downton Abbey to inspire your clients, and be ready to create an itinerary that…
Wednesday, 13 March 2013 11:38

Luxurious Turkey

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It was more than a half-century ago that I first visited Turkey, staying in a Youth Hostel overlooking the Bosporus in Istanbul. On my most recent visit, I nostalgically revisited what I had seen before. A far cry from the Youth Hostel of my earlier days, I went to see some of the city’s grandest hotels. 
Wednesday, 13 March 2013 11:35

Spain and Portugal Luxury Hotels

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Spain Barcelona is now the fourth most popular city in Europe, trailing only London, Paris and Rome in number of annual visitors. There are plenty of hotels in the city, but only one - The Arts Hotel (www.hotelartsbarcelo na.com), distinguished by its imposing Frank Gehry fish sculpture - has been named to the Conde Nast Traveler’s gold list for 2012. Located in the former seaside Olympic Village, this Ritz Carlton property has 483 guest rooms, suites and duplex apartments with panoramic views of either the city or the Mediterranean. Touches of elegance include beds with feather mattress pads and duvets,…
Wednesday, 13 March 2013 11:32

Costa Rica Luxury Hotels

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Costa Rica has long been the most popular tourist destination in Central America, and its tradition of welcoming visitors is reflected in the country’s significant number of world-class hotels. An undisputed leader in eco-tourism and environmental awareness, Costa Rica is dotted with national parks that are rich in wildlife and stunning scenery, from the heights of the volcanic highlands to the shores of miles of white sand beaches. Much of the popular Pacific Coast is now more accessible than ever before, with the opening of a new four-lane toll road from the capital of San Jose to the west coast,…
Wednesday, 13 March 2013 11:28

Selling the Top Shelf Caribbean

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Selling uber-luxe vacations is easier than it sounds. Despite the tough economy, clients looking for a break from the nine-to-five are putting their budgets on hold and booking a holiday away from the winter doldrums at home. No warm weather region is easier to sell than the Caribbean, and with a cornucopia of upscale indulgences; a luxurious getaway is well worth the splurge.  Whether your choice is a seaside massage or an en suite dinner prepared by a world-class chef, the Caribbean is extending a warm welcome to those seeking the good life, if only for a week. 
Wednesday, 13 March 2013 11:26

Finding Paradise in the South Pacific

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When assisting clients in choosing the perfect spot for a honeymoon, do not overlook the limitless possibilities found on the islands of the South Pacific. With year-round temperatures ranging from 75-89 degrees, and a seemingly endless supply of romance in a tropical paradise, this may be just the place. The names of several destinations may be familiar due to their exposure on television as locales where Survivor contestants have competed, exposing viewers to the unspoiled exotic scenery, flora and fauna and endless beaches. Once your honeymooning clients have decided that yes, they do want to go to the South Pacific…
Wednesday, 13 March 2013 11:22

Dubai Stronger Than Ever

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Having survived their financial crisis a few years ago, Dubai is once again on everyone’s radar for business and leisure travel. Whether your clients have a layover in this vertical city while on their way to other distant destinations or are visiting Dubai for business or pleasure, this city continues to enchant and mesmerize.
Wednesday, 13 March 2013 11:22

Dubai Stronger Than Ever

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Having survived their financial crisis a few years ago, Dubai is once again on everyone’s radar for business and leisure travel. Whether your clients have a layover in this vertical city while on their way to other distant destinations or are visiting Dubai for business or pleasure, this city continues to enchant and mesmerize.
With the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the London 2012 Olympics focusing worldwide attention on Britain throughout 2012, England, Scotland and Wales are poised to welcome visitors inspired by what they’ve seen and heard. And rather than resting after their busy year of luxury hotel openings and other preparations, Britain heads full-steam into two more years marked by celebrations and major events. Be prepared to guide clients to what’s new, what’s ahead and to the best of the old. Count on Series 3 of the wildly popular Downton Abbey to inspire your clients, and be ready to create an itinerary that includes…
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