The Sushi Bar at Resorts World Bimini, The Bahamas
Situated on a beachfront complex in The Bahamas, the expansive Resorts World Bimini is surrounded by the crystal waters of the Caribbean Sea — which means fresh seafood. The hotel’s Sushi Bar offers a variety of nigiri, sushi rolls and more. Guests who dine at the restaurant are in for a treat as Top Chef’s season three winner Hung Huynh curated the menu. Huynh has an impressive resume: In addition to winning Top Chef, he served as executive chef at worldwide restaurant CATCH; is the culinary consultant for Resorts World Bimini’s Sushi Bar; and also owns a couple other Asian restaurants around the country.
Dirty Rascal at Thompson Buckhead, Atlanta
Although the brand-new Thompson Atlanta isn’t open yet, the restaurant Dirty Rascal is one to look out for. Atlanta chef Todd Ginsberg and Rye Restaurants curated the Italian-American restaurant. The vibe consists of an old-school New York feel, featuring dim lighting, oversized booths and an atmosphere perfect for any occasion. The restaurant’s name plays homage to the chef’s childhood, when his mother would lovingly call him “dirty rascal.” The menu includes Italian classics such as fresh-made in-house pasta, veal parmigiana, king crab scampi and osso Bucco.
Brass Boer at Delfins Beach Resort, Bonaire
Surrounded by turquoise waters, Delfins Beach Resort is an ideal getaway. From relaxing by the pool to learning how to scuba dive, the possibilities are endless. Foodies should check out the property’s al fresco restaurant Brass Boer. Jonnie Boer, the owner, is a renowned Michelin-starred chef, and the food will send your taste buds on a trip. The trendy new restaurant serves delicious dishes with fresh, local produce, alongside stunning seaside views. Jonnie is known to make an appearance from time to time, so don’t be surprised if he takes a seat at your table.
W Punta de Mita, Riviera Nayarit, Mexico
W Punta de Mita is a foodie’s paradise, with dishes ranging from traditional Mexican plates and coastal-inspired seafood spreads by Jean Georges, a Michelin-starred chef. Jean Georges took inspiration from his travels and eating his way through the food stalls and night markets in Southeast Asia for the restaurant’s menu. Guests can enjoy the delicious dishes with oceanfront outdoor seating and glittering twinkle lights.
Hyatt Centric Las Olas, Fort Lauderdale
Fort Lauderdale’s newest skyscraper is home to Harborwood Urban Kitchen & Bar, as well as a guestroom turned speakeasy called 901. Chef Greg McGowan is the head of the hotel’s food and beverage department. McGowan, who has won numerous awards and competitions over the years, brings a curated menu of dishes that perfectly complement the cocktail menu.
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.
ToursbyLocals, the private tour marketplace connecting travelers with certified local guides for customizable tour experiences, conducted a proprietary travel survey to determine travel trends for 2023. The company features more than 44,000 guides in almost 200 countries, allowing a comprehensive study to reveal what’s in store for next year.
Hyatt recently announced plans to open more than 20 luxury and lifestyle hotels and resorts in Latin America and the Caribbean through 2024. Some of these new openings include expansion of Hyatt brands into new markets.
When American travelers make plans to visit Portugal, Lisbon is usually their first stop.
Hotelier Ash welcomes its fourth hotel, Ulysses, to its collection. Situated in Mount Vernon, Baltimore, the 116-room hotel features an all-day café and late-night drinking parlor. The new hotel lies within the historic, nine-story Latrobe Building, a former 1912 apartment building with an early Italian Renaissance design. The hotel earns its name, Ulysses, from a ship that brought Bavarian immigrants to Baltimore at the turn of the century. The name also pays homage to James Joyce’s legendary and revolutionary novel and to the Greek hero, Odysseus.
Sonesta International Hotels Corporation unveiled enhancements to its meeting and events offerings through new and expanded partnerships.
United Airlines remains firmly committed toward sustainability in aviation. The latest development in its eco-conscious goals includes working with Oxy Low Carbon Ventures to commercialize the production of sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) with biotech firm Cemvita Factory. Cemvita looks to develop a revolutionary new way to produce SAF by using carbon dioxide and synthetic microbes. Additionally, United Airlines Ventures (UAV) recently announced an equity investment in Fulcrum, and United has invested more in SAF production than any other airline in the world.
Norwegian Cruise Line recently announced a beverage partnership with iconic drink brand Coca-Cola. Norwegian Prima will be the line’s first ship in its fleet to carry Coca-Cola products as its official drink. The remaining Norwegian Cruise Line ships will implement Coca-Cola beverages by the end of December.