Longing for a destination steeped in romance and enchanting stories? In Southwest Germany, a collection of soaring castles and resplendent gardens offers connections to tales of true love. Take a trip to Sepulchral Chapel on Württemberg Hill in Stuttgart, overlooking the Neckar Valley.
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Holland America Line was awarded Responsible Fisheries Management certification, officially becoming the first and only cruise line to receive the credential. Holland America Line serves only fresh, certified sustainable and traceable wild Alaska seafood; all six of the line’s ships that sail to Alaska earned the certification following independent audits.
As the travel industry finds itself in the midst of the first peak travel season since the beginning of the pandemic, Crowne Plaza® Hotels & Resorts commissioned a survey of more than 1,200 U.S. consumers to learn more about business travel habits, learning 65 percent of Millennials, aged 25–44 years old, and 59 percent of Gen Z, ages 18–24 years old, prefer to work for a company offering frequent travel or flexible blended travel as a perk. Blended travel is the combination of business travel with leisure travel.
Cameron Mitchell Restaurants' Ocean Prime brand plans to open its first Las Vegas restaurant, and 18th location, in 2023 as the anchor restaurant within 63, a new, multilevel retail and hospitality complex. CMR plans to invest nearly $20 million into Ocean Prime’s new flagship location, centered at the bustling and iconic corner of Las Vegas Boulevard and Harmon Avenue.
There are 30,165 Japanese restaurants in the United States, but only a few offer the traditional Kaiseki cuisine. One of the newest kaiseki dining venues in New York City opened in midtown Manhattan in 2021, when the 20-seat Kaiseki Room by Yamada began offering an eight- or 10-course tasting menu using the traditional kaiseki cuisine.
Experience the beauty of Alaska and save 60 percent off cruise fares on your second and fourth guests. Plus, drinks, WiFi and tips are all included.
First- and business-class travelers onboard Swiss International Air Lines can enjoy culinary delights from Zürich’s Baur au Lac hotel as the next chapter in the airline’s SWISS Taste of Switzerland in-flight food service program. Top chefs Laurent Eperon and Maximilian Müller, from the hotel’s Pavillon restaurant, created the new meals, served for the next three months.