April/May 2023May 31, 2023
Festivities Draw Crowds to Celebrate Awareness and Acceptance
An estimated 1 million people pack Times Square to watch the ball drop on New Year’s Eve, but the NYC Pride March draws the largest annual crowd for the city, boasting 2.5 million spectators in a normal year and more than 5 million during 2019’s WorldPride celebration. Pride events flood the Big Apple for the entire month of June, as they do in several cities across the country, bringing marches, symposiums, performances, parties and more to venues citywide.
December 2021Dec 22, 2021
Welcome a New Year of LGBTQ+ Travel in 2022
Like most people, LGBTQ+ travelers are looking forward to a new year that will allow for safer and more hassle-free travel. And there are plenty of reasons to look forward to 2022.
September 2021Sep 30, 2021
Guadalajara Hums with Mariachi, Tequila, History and Diversity
As one of Mexico’s largest cities, it’s no surprise Guadalajara is one of the nation’s most progressive when it comes to LGBTQ+ life. That also makes it a great place for LGBTQ+ travelers to explore.
August 2021Aug 12, 2021
Paris Welcomes LGBTQ+ Travelers with Open Arms
Paris has long been a favored destination with LGBTQ+ travelers. Now, as the world reopens to travel, France’s capital is poised to attract a surge of globetrotters.
LGBTQIA+Jun 18, 2021
Show Your Pride with Essentia Cocktails
Pride Month is in full swing and to celebrate the community, make a colorful cocktail everyone will enjoy. These colorful ingredients will get the party started during Pride or any time of the year. Start this recipe the night before to create the rainbow ice cubes.
April/May 2021May 18, 2021
The World Opens up for LGBTQ+ Vacation Home Buyers
Vacation home ownership has many benefits, and LGBTQ+ globetrotters will find more options than ever in both longtime favorite and newly trending destinations around the globe.
January/February 2021Feb 16, 2021
Tour Operators Launch LGBTQ+ Options for 2021
Just like everyone else, LGBTQ+ travelers spent a lot of time at home in 2020. To entice them to travel again, tour operators up the ante with an array of new offerings.
December 2020Dec 8, 2020
Upscale All-Inclusive Resorts Attract LGBTQ+ Travelers
The all-inclusive concept, once mocked for its mass-market approach, has grown up and become more sophisticated. And LGBTQ+ travelers are among those taking notice, as an increasing number of upscale all-inclusive properties showcase their welcoming vibes.
November 2020Nov 27, 2020
North American Vacation Destinations Inspire a Return to Travel
As more travelers hit the road again, they tend to travel shorter distances. That includes LGBTQ+ globetrotters, who find a variety of great vacation options without leaving the continent. These five top destinations for LGBTQ+ travelers in North America offer lots of reasons to reignite wanderlust.
September 2020Sep 30, 2020
Key West Rolls Out the Rainbow Carpet for LGBTQ+ Travelers
A historic event took place back in 2015, when Florida’s first same-sex marriage united local gay activists Aaron Huntsman and William Lee Jones. The fact the ceremony took place at Key West’s Monroe County Courthouse says a lot about the destination’s long-time welcoming attitude.
August 2020Aug 25, 2020
Find Safe and Welcoming Environments for Medical Procedures Abroad
When Chicago resident Mark Porter realized he needed an extensive and pricey amount of dental work, he didn’t hesitate. He booked a flight to Mexico. “I saved thousands of dollars on the procedures, and the savings basically paid for a wonderful vacation in Guadalajara,” he said.
April 2020Apr 6, 2020
LGBTQ+ Costa Rica
THE TIMING COULDN’T BE BETTER for LGBTQ+ travelers to visit Costa Rica. This verdant hot spot renowned for its eco-friendly policies is gearing up to become the first nation in Central America to legalize same-sex marriage.
March 2020Mar 5, 2020
Pride of West Hollywood
ONLY A TRUE CITY SINCE incorporating in 1984, West Hollywood’s fame as an LGBTQ+ destination goes back much further. In the 1950s, a nightclub called Ciro’s hosted the world’s first Sunday afternoon tea dances for gay men. In 1984 the city elected its first openly lesbian mayor, and in 1985 West Hollywood also became the first U.S. city to legally recognize same-sex relationships. Today more than 40 percent of its residents identify as LGBTQ+, and Visit West Hollywood, the city’s tourism organization, plays up the city’s appeal with LGBTQ+ globetrotters. If you want to see what a modern LGBTQ+ community looks like, this is the place.
February 2020Feb 5, 2020
Out Adventures Develops Offerings Specifically for Lesbians
LESBIAN TRAVELERS ARE MORE PRESENT than ever in the travel and tourism industry according to Tanya Churchmuch, founder and president, MuchPR, a travel and LGBTQ+ public relations firm based in New York City.
January 2020Jan 7, 2020
LGBTQ+ Film Festivals
THE LGBTQ+ COMMUNITY is exceptionally diverse, and nowhere is that more evident than in the creative world, where unique voices from across the spectrum find expression. One of the best ways to witness noteworthy creative work — while also enjoying some well-deserved vacation time — is to plan a trip around an LGBTQ+ film festival. These events take place in cities large and small around the globe, providing unbeatable access to a wide number of films both new and old.
December 2019Dec 10, 2019
WITH ITS STUNNING SCENERY and increasingly hip reputation, Iceland takes a prominent place on the world stage, and LGBTQ+ travelers are among those taking note of its allure.
November 2019Nov 7, 2019
Sailing with Pride
COUNTLESS CRUISE LINES go out of their way to welcome LGBTQ+ travelers. But what if you’re in the mood for an environment where LGBTQ+ passengers are the majority — or perhaps the only people on board? Well, there are plenty of options for that type of experience, too.
October 2019Oct 8, 2019
LGBTQ+ Friendly Hotels
HAPPILY, THE DAYS when major hotel chains ignored LGBTQ+ travelers are long gone. Today globetrotters looking to choose a welcoming brand will find nearly every major hospitality chain rolling out the rainbow carpet.
LGBTQIA+Sep 1, 2019
IF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST enjoys a unique reputation as a progressive and naturally beautiful paradise in the United States, then Portland, Oregon, stars as one of the hubs featuring what people love best about the region. The city’s liberal, accepting vibe as well as its eco-friendly approach to life also explain why Portland is so popular with LGBTQ+ travelers.
August 2019Aug 1, 2019
NEARLY EVERYONE LOVES a good toast. And when it comes to finding a welcoming place to savor the best wine, LGBTQ+ travelers are finding more options than ever.
July 2019Jul 1, 2019
LGBTQ+ Tel Aviv
BACK IN 2017, the International Gay and Lesbian Travel Association’s buyer survey named Israel one of the top two emerging LGBTQ+ destinations. Today Tel Aviv, the nation’s center for business, entertainment and the arts, continues to cement its role as a hub for sophisticated travelers. If you’re looking to feel welcome in the Middle East, place Tel Aviv at the top of your list.
June 2019Jun 1, 2019
RELAXATION AND REJUVENATION are a revered part of many vacations. And road-weary LGBTQ+ travelers will find more options than ever when it comes to spas that roll out the rainbow carpet.
LGBTQIA+May 1, 2019
AMONG EUROPE’S CAPITALS, Madrid emerges as a 21st-century standout for the LGBTQ+ community, a symbol of both Spain’s rich history and its progressive views on LGBTQ+ rights.
April 2019Apr 1, 2019
LGBTQ+ Voluntourism Options
VOLUNTOURISM, A FAIRLY NEW TERM, refers to tourism that includes a volunteer or philanthropic component. Its popularity continues to grow thanks to heightened awareness about environmental issues. LGBTQ+ travelers are among those who find an increasingly diverse array of options, making it easy to take part in gay-friendly, eco-friendly, volunteer-oriented vacations that prove both enjoyable and rewarding.
LGBTQIA+Mar 1, 2019
LGBTQ+ Palm Springs
IF YOU WANT TO KNOW WHY LGBTQ+ travelers love Palm Springs, just ask Casey Zilionis, a travel advisor at Cruise C2C, a Virtuoso affiliate travel agency in the desert city. He sums it up with three words: climate, comfort and style.
February 2019Feb 1, 2019
ASK ANY LGBTQ+ GLOBETROTTER to name a top sun-andfun vacation spot in Europe, and Mykonos will likely appear near the top of the list. “Mykonos has always been a welcoming and nonjudgmental place,” said Keith Wein, owner, 127travel, an upscale travel agency that’s a division of Tzell Travel Group in New York City and Seattle.
January 2019Jan 1, 2019
2019 LGBTQ+ Events
LGBTQ+ EVENTS ARE A DRIVING FORCE for some travelers, providing an array of value-added experiences and activities to any vacation. And whether it’s pride, culture or sports, the LGBTQ+ event segment is in growth mode, as destinations up the ante with fresh offerings.
December 2018Dec 1, 2018
Amsterdam: Proud History
IF YOU WANT TO GET A HANDLE ON Amsterdam’s LGBTQ+ scene, just ask Arnold Plotnick, a retired veterinarian from the United States who loved the Dutch capital so much when he first visited in 1998, he moved there. “Amsterdam is a longrunning favorite destination for gays because of the liberal, live-and-let-live attitude in the city and country in general,” he said. “The Netherlands was the first country to gay marriage, and gay life and culture is so ingrained in their society that people really don’t think twice about it.”
LGBTQIA+Nov 1, 2018
LGBTQ+ Out on the Water
LIFE ON THE OPEN SEAS has become an exceedingly welcoming experience for LGBTQ+ travelers as cruise operators of all sizes and specialties devise unique options around the globe.
LGBTQIA+Oct 1, 2018
LGBTQ+ Hilton Hotels
A BASIC TENET OF ANY HOTELIER is to be hospitable. And Hilton Worldwide — which owns Waldorf Astoria, DoubleTree, Embassy Suites, Conrad and Hilton Hotels & Resorts, to name a few brands — carved one of the industry’s strongest reputations for welcoming LGBTQ+ guests as well as staff.
LGBTQIA+Sep 1, 2018
LGBTQ+ Key West
A HISTORIC EVENT TOOK PLACE back in 2015, when Florida’s first same-sex marriage united local gay activists Aaron Huntsman and William Lee Jones. The fact the ceremony took place at Key West’s Monroe County Courthouse says a lot about the destination’s long-time welcoming attitude.
August 2018Aug 1, 2018
FOR MANY TRAVELERS, THERE’S NOTHING better than sitting back with a glass of wine and taking in the local scenery. And LGBTQ+ wine enthusiasts can find an array of interesting ways to enjoy fine wine with a rainbow twist.
July 2018Jul 1, 2018
BERLIN HAS BEEN AN LGBTQ cultural and social hub for decades — or even centuries, if you consider Magnus Hirschfeld founded what’s described as the world’s first “homosexual advocacy group,” the Scientific Humanitarian Committee, in Berlin in 1897.
June 2018Jun 1, 2018
LGBTQ Wellness Retreats
AS TRAVELERS PAY MORE attention to their physical and psychological fitness, it’s no wonder more companies and organizations tout their wellness offerings for LGBTQ globetrotters.
April 2018Apr 1, 2018
LGBTQ Eco-Friendly Tours
AS MORE ATTENTION focuses on the need to protect, preserve and learn about the environment, the popularity of ecotourism — travel that highlights conservation, nature and sustainable practices — has grown. And that goes for LGBTQ travelers, too.
LGBTQIA+Mar 1, 2018
WITH DOZENS OF ISLANDS and diverse influences from Europe, Africa and the Americas, the Caribbean offers decidedly different experiences that vary by destination. That makes it even more important for LGBTQ travelers to pick the places that are most gay-friendly and offer the most rewarding ways to enjoy the sun, sand and excitement.
February 2018Feb 1, 2018
TODAY’S LGBTQ TOUR and vacation packages are as diverse as the people they’re designed to satisfy. Indeed, whether travelers prefer culture, adventure or natural beauty — and whether they’re looking for a package that includes LGBTQ-specific activities like gay nightlife and pride outings or just a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere — there’s likely a tour that fits the bill.
January 2018Jan 1, 2018
WILLIAM PENN, WHO FOUNDED and named Pennsylvania’s largest city, certainly didn’t realize one day people might consider its meaning — “brotherly love” — an indication of the destination’s appeal for LGBTQ travelers. But today this diverse metropolis is firmly established as one of the most welcoming large cities on the East Coast.
December 2017Dec 1, 2017
LGBTQ Travel Conference
THE WORLD OF LGBTQ TRAVEL constantly evolves, so it’s no surprise the topics at the 18th Conference on LGBT Tourism & Hospitality — this year at San Francisco’s Park Central Hotel — represented a wide array of trends in the marketplace.
LGBTQIA+Nov 1, 2017
LGBTQ Washington, D.C.
WASHINGTON, D.C., IS MORE than just the nation’s capital. It’s also a hub for LGBTQ life and tourism, with a vibrant array of nightlife and events that represent the city’s role as a national gathering place. D.C. also happens to be in the running to host Gay Games 2022, competing against Hong Kong and Guadalajara, Mexico, to welcome the world’s largest LGBTQ sporting event.
LGBTQIA+Oct 1, 2017
IF YOU’RE AN LGBTQ TRAVELER, now is an especially appropriate time to visit London according to Paul Gauger, interim executive vice president of the Americas, VisitBritain, the nation’s tourism organization. “The United Kingdom is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the start of decriminalization of homosexuality in England and Wales,” he said. “To mark the significant anniversary, cultural establishments throughout Great Britain are featuring special exhibits and events commemorating the anniversary. In London, the British Museum and the Tate are revealing prolific exhibitions great for first-time visitors to experience.”
LGBTQIA+Sep 1, 2017
GNetwork360 in Buenos Aires
BUENOS AIRES IS ONE of the highest-profile destinations in South America for LGBTQ travelers, so it’s no surprise it makes an ideal host city for GNetwork360, one of the region’s biggest conferences focused on LGBTQ tourism.
August 2017Aug 1, 2017
World’s Most Gay-Friendly City
A RECENT ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN by the San Francisco Travel Association carried a rather attention-getting line: “San Francisco’s gay neighborhood is called San Francisco.” And that pretty much sums up the appeal of this city by the bay with LGBTQ travelers.
DestinationsJul 1, 2017
WITH ITS SUN-SOAKED coastal beaches, sophisticated vibe and lively celebrations, Australia’s largest city enjoys an especially high profile with LGBTQ travelers. “It’s a city that has it all; lush and green, very walkable, with easy-to-use public transport and friendly locals with a positive vibe,” says Mario Paez, managing director and co-founder, Planetdwellers, a travel company that offers LGBTQ Sydney tours. “The best thing, though, is that no matter where, how or when you choose to party, the Village is centered around Oxford Street, which makes it easy to have a big night out with little or no Ubering required.”
EditorialJun 1, 2017
FLORIDA’S COASTAL CITY of St. Petersburg was the setting for a lively discussion of LGBTQ travel trends in May during the annual convention of the International Gay and Lesbian Travel Association.
LGBTQIA+May 1, 2017
LGBTQ: Buenos Aires
ONE OF SOUTH AMERICA’S top vacation and business destinations also happens to be, according to some surveys, one of the most popular LGBTQ destinations in the Western Hemisphere. And it makes sense — after all, Buenos Aires is the capital of the first Latin American country to legalize same-sex marriage on a national level. But the allure, of course, goes beyond that.
April 2017Apr 1, 2017
LGBTQ: Las Vegas
EVER SINCE THE FIRST glittering marquee rose above the Strip, Las Vegas has been a legendary destination for business and leisure travel. And in more recent decades, it’s carved a reputation as a growing hot spot for LGBTQ travelers as well.
IssuesMar 1, 2017
LGBT Confex in Colombia
REGISTRATION MORE THAN DOUBLED for the sixth annual edition of LGBT Confex, which took place in October 2016 at Mexico City’s World Trade Center. And now organizers are ready to take the event to a brand-new destination: Colombia.
February 2017Feb 1, 2017
OFTEN CALLED THE “City of Light,” Paris is also widely regarded as one of the top LGBTQ destinations on the globe. France, in fact, ranked No. 2 among all international destinations last year in the 20th LGBT Tourism & Hospitality Survey by Community Marketing, Inc., as well as the top choice in Europe for U.S.-based same-sex couples looking for a romantic place to honeymoon.
January 2017Jan 1, 2017
LGBTQ: São Paulo
AS THE LARGEST METROPOLIS in South America and one of the largest cities in the world, it’s only natural São Paulo offers a diverse array of experiences for travelers. And that goes for LGBTQ travelers as well, thanks to the extensive variety of businesses, events and nightlife that cater to this market segment.
December 2016Nov 23, 2016
LGBTQ Weddings and Honeymoons
As same-sex marriage becomes legal and accepted in more places around the world, it’s only natural for more hotels to jump on the bandwagon and offer LGBTQ wedding and honeymoon packages.
LGBTQIA+Nov 1, 2016
Cruises for LGBT travelers keep getting bigger, as evidenced by the January 2017 debut of what Atlantis Events calls the “largest and most extravagant gay cruise in history.” Royal Caribbean’s Allure of the Seas will take some 5,400 passengers on an action-packed cruise slated for Jan. 22–29, 2017. Setting sail from Fort Lauderdale, the ship stops at Cozumel and Costa Maya, Mexico; and Labadee, Haiti. With 17 decks, 5 theaters, 13 restaurants and 5 dance spaces, the Allure of the Seas promises a lot of onboard activities for Atlantis passengers.
LGBTQIA+Oct 1, 2016
LGBTQ+: Mexico City
As the first major city in Latin America to legalize same-sex marriage (in 2010), Mexico City offers a natural hub for Mexico’s LGBT community — as well as a bustling destination for international business, culture, art and cuisine. And it’s one of the most fascinating cities in Latin America for LGBT travelers.
2016Aug 23, 2016
Major LGBT Events Worldwide
Gay pride parades may be the most visual and festive LGBT celebrations, but they represent just one category of happenings that lure travelers to a wide variety of destinations throughout the year. From film and theater festivals to ski weeks, from street fairs to fundraisers, the globe is dotted with LGBT events to fit the interests of countless travelers. Many organizations that host the events also offer hotel packages including admission and activities, making it even easier for globetrotters to take part in the fun. For decades, film has been a powerful way for the LGBT community to express itself, and multiple festivals offer a chance to view the newest movies. In the United Kingdom, the BFI Flare: London LGBT Film Festival, billed as one of the largest such events on the planet, brings dozens of films to the screen every March. Also in the U.K., the Shropshire Rainbow Film Festival takes place this year Oct. 14–16. Dublin hosts two creative gatherings every year: the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival, which brings drama, comedy and music to the stage every May; and the GAZE International Film Festival, which takes place in July and August.
August 2016Aug 1, 2016
If you’re planning a trip to Vienna, you may want to get out your calendar and scan your closet for the perfect outfit. For LGBT travelers, the capital city of Austria provides lots of event excitement year-round. For the best insider recommendations, we consulted with Thomas Pinegger and Lukas Fuerst, who both serve as concierges at the Park Hyatt Vienna, one of the city’s top international luxury hotels.
July 2016Jul 1, 2016
Times sure have changed since the writer Oscar Wilde first arrived in England’s capital in the 19th century. Today, LGBT globetrotters have no problem navigating and enjoying what is truly one of the world’s great gay meccas.
2016Jun 1, 2016
Worldwide Pride Events
Ever since the modern gay rights movement was born following the Stonewall riots of 1969, annual gay pride celebrations have provided an important symbol of LGBT visibility and progress in an ever-growing number of cities around the world. And this year is no exception. In North America, top destinations for LGBT pride celebrations include New York City, where this year’s NYC Pride takes place June 19–26, with top draws including the official March, PrideFest and Dance on the Pier. Also big on the calendar is Pride Toronto, which this year celebrates a number of firsts: It’s the first time the event has been extended to fill the entire month of June, the first time the rainbow flag — a symbol of the LGBT community — will fly over City Hall and the first time a sitting prime minister will participate in the pride parade. The largest overall LGBT pride celebration in the world continues to be the Parada do Orgulho LGBT (LGBT Pride Parade) in São Paulo, Brazil, which attracts more than 4 million participants and viewers. This year’s celebration takes place the first week in June, with the main parade June 5. Also noteworthy in Latin America is the Marcha del Orgullo Gay in Mexico City, which — while much smaller than São Paulo’s event (last year attracting about 100,000 people) — nevertheless boasts a festive spirit, with a parade and concert on the last Saturday in June. Across the Atlantic, the most international LGBT celebration, EuroPride, takes place in a different city every year. This year, Amsterdam plays host, with more than 200 events scheduled for July 23–Aug. 7, including the European Human Rights concert and the Canal Parade with some 80 LGBT organizations participating in a photo-worthy procession of floats. Every corner of the world offers its own version of an LGBT pride celebration. In the Middle East, the largest such gathering takes place in Tel Aviv June 1–4, while the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras slated for March 2017 is Australia’s colorful contribution. WorldPride, a global celebration organized by InterPride, an international organization that aims to empower local gay pride organizations, will happen in Madrid in 2017.
2016May 24, 2016
Diversity Takes Flight
When airlines endeavor to showcase their friendliness to the LGBT community, they tend to take a multipronged approach. From consumer marketing to sponsored partnerships to employee policies, carriers aiming to take off with gay passengers have a variety of angles to exploit. On the marketing side, United Airlines uses email blasts through the International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association. Delta Air Lines offers LGBT vacation packages through its Delta Vacations brand, featuring hotels that meet criteria as gay-friendly properties. American Airlines maintains a gay and lesbian travel section on its site as well, with information about LGBT events, news and special offers. Virgin Atlantic, meanwhile, includes LGBT travel recommendations on its blog. Across the Pacific, Air New Zealand has been among the most successful at attracting attention with its LGBT-focused marketing efforts. In 2008 the company launched what it called the first North American “Pink Flight” — a specially themed service from San Francisco in celebration of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras. And the carrier staged a same-sex wedding at 30,000 feet after New Zealand legalized such unions in 2013. Several airlines partner with LGBT organizations to sponsor special events and support causes. Southwest Airlines, for example, is the official carrier of the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, the Gay-Straight Alliance Network and the National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce. The carrier also includes working with LGBT-owned suppliers among the goals of its supplier diversity initiative. United Airlines maintains a presence in pride parades in five of its hub cities, serves as the official airline of Equality Illinois and is a Gold Level Partner with IGLTA. And in 2015 the airline became the only top-tier Diamond Level partner of the National Gay Pilots Association, a nonprofit organization of LGBT pilots and aviation enthusiasts, many of whom work in commercial aviation. The way an airline treats its LGBT employees, in fact, provides another way the industry gauges which airlines are most respectful of the community. Most major airlines in the United States, for example, include LGBT employee groups; American Airlines has one of the newest since its merger with US Airways resulted in a combined group called Pride, which boasts about 620 members. And JetBlue touts its perfect score of 100 on the 2016 Corporate Equality Index, a rating from the Human Rights Campaign based on surveys and reports on corporate policies and practices related to LGBT workplace equality.
2016Apr 1, 2016
Nearly every segment of the travel industry seems to have a strategy for attracting LGBT travelers. Hoteliers, however, have more options than many since their diversity of destinations — not to mention broad marketing efforts and gay-friendly employment policies — provide lots of opportunities to showcase their friendliness in creative ways.
2016Mar 21, 2016
LGBT: Fort Lauderdale
Ask most travelers to name the top LGBT travel destinations in the United States, and Fort Lauderdale will likely appear near the top of the list. After all, this Florida vacation paradise spent years carving its role as a favored getaway for LGBT travelers — especially gay men. And the destination is aiming for an even more diverse appeal within this segment, according to the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau, which bills itself as the “only CVB in North America with a designated LGBTQ department.”
2016Jan 25, 2016
At the most recent gathering of LGBT Confex, Mexico’s largest business convention focused on the LGBT market, the mood turned buoyant when topics of travel and tourism arose. “There is greater visibility because of the civil rights that are being won in this country,” said Ruben Sandoval, CEO and founder, LGBT Confex. “Businesses and destinations are preparing for this segment. They’re training and they’re sensitizing themselves to it. It’s not just about placing an advertisement; it’s about what you do internally and how you treat your employees.”
2016Dec 20, 2015
LGBT Travel Trends
It’s no secret LGBT travelers spend a lot on travel. According to the 19th annual LGBT Tourism Survey conducted by Community Marketing, Inc., LGBT travel grew by 9 percent in 2014, with similar growth predicted for 2015. And according to a study by Out Now Business Class, a travel networking association, the market is now valued at more than $200 billion in annual spending.
eFlyer ReviewsJun 7, 2023
Singer Palace Hotel Review
The idea of a boutique hotel in the center of Rome’s busiest crossroads may seem counterintuitive, but Singer Palace Hotel pulls off the impossible thanks to its minimalist exteriors, 30 gorgeous one-of-a-kind rooms and suites, smart-but-whimsical décor, simple-yet-elegant Roman cuisine and a stellar mixology-driven rooftop bar. It’s a delightful study in contrasts — a quiet, intimate and plush setting nestled within a maze containing many of Rome’s most noteworthy sites.
What Business Travel Looks Like Now From Those Who Know It Best
Pack your bags, traveling for business is making a comeback — and the role of the corporate travel manager is more important than ever.
Uber to Launch Private Chartered Boat Service in Mykonos
Uber app users can now book an Uber Boat in Mykonos this summer to enjoy even more of the Greek island’s beauty. Uber announced the new addition allows up to eight guests to cruise to popular destinations and sites around Mykonos.
Breeze Airways Rebrands First-Class Seating, Inaugurates 37 Nonstop Routes
Breeze Airways celebrates summer with the inauguration of 37 new and returning routes and the introduction of a new and elevated onboard experience. The airline also recently flew its inaugural and now longest flight from Rhode Island TF Green International Airport to Los Angeles International Airport.
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Hawaiian Airlines Unveils 787 Dreamliners Cabin Design, Leihōkū Suites
Hawaiian Airlines officially gives the world a glimpse into the interior cabin details of its new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, bringing guests a new class of premium service. The Leihōkū Suites, meaning garland of stars, features 34 suites, enveloping guests in a peaceful and elegant space with fully lie-flat seating.
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Go with the Flow: Take a Soothing Spa Journey at Four Seasons Hotel and Residences Fort Lauderdale
As they say, third time’s a charm. In April 2022, after returning from a cruise and before attending a convention, I tried to visit The Spa at the then-brand-new Four Seasons Hotel and Residences Fort Lauderdale, but there was no availability. Again, a no occupancy sign hung during a high-season visit for another colleague. Finally, a February 2023 overnight meant another shot, and this time there was a reservation available. As they also say, it was worth the wait.
Plan Your Escape to Arizona
Indulgent escapes are made even more enjoyable by fast, easy access — and that’s what Arizona offers. Quick, non-stop and direct flights to one of two international airports put all the luxury of The Grand Canyon State within easy reach.
Leisure Lifestyle 2023Jun 7, 2023
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