Ready to steal away to Norway? Perfectly positioned along the canals of Oslo’s vibrant Tjuvholmen arts district, The Thief hotel is the ideal address for exploring this capital city. A collection of top Norwegian designers including Anne Haavind, StokkeAustad, Antonio Citterio, Bruno Rainaldi and Tom

In the first quarter of the year, worldwide destinations welcomed 348 million tourists, an increase of 4.6 percent over 2015. According to data from the World Tourism Organization, this year is possibly the seventh consecutive year of above-average growth. “Results show a strong desire

A landmark decision has made it possible, for the first time in 50 years, to fly directly from the United States to Cuba on a commercial U.S. airline. The Department of Transportation announced the approval by Secretary Anthony Foxx last month. Six carriers were approved

W Hotels announced its Scottish debut with W Edinburgh, opening 2021. The hotel is slated to join the Edinburgh St. James development, located in a 12-story building adorned by a decorative steel ribbon. “As an established business hub with a thriving global tourism industry,

Looking for one last warm-weather hurrah before the cold sets in? Get your fill of sun and sand with a trip to one of the world’s most spectacular deserts. From Mongolia (above) to the Mojave, you’ll find some of the world’s most barren spots are

The Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners approved Delta Air Lines’ request to relocate from Terminals 5 and 6 to Terminals 2 and 3. The airline moves between January 2017 and December 2018. The move includes a minimum investment of $350 million, with potential additional

A popular destination year-round for water sports, dolphin viewing and banana boat rides, Guam has plenty of activity choices that don’t involve a beach. At Latte Stone Park, you can see the ancient stone pillars that once supported the homes of the native Chamorro peoples.

Waiting in line at airport security is one of the biggest headaches associated with air travel. The distress occurs not only from waiting but also from frantically unpacking everything just recently neatly packed, only to divvy it up into bins with auras of impatience emanating