Greater Williamsburg is a great place for a springtime getaway! Explore the historic town, learn about the way they lived life back in the 18th century and enjoy sweet deals and offers throughout the spring.
This offer is available for stays through May 29, and offers up to $500 in savings. The Spring Getaway includes a fourth night free with three or more nights at any Colonial Williamsburg Resort Property, up to $300 in food & beverage outlet savings, kids (12 and under) eat free and up to two complimentary Colonial Williamsburg tickets.
This up to $500 in savings summer fun offer is perfect for a weekend getaway for the family. The offer includes nightly accommodations at Colonial Williamsburg resorts, daily breakfast for a minimum two-night stay, Busch Gardens Williamsburg & Water Country USA 3-Day tickets along with a shuttle to the theme park, up to $300 in Resort Outlet Savings Coupons and up to two complimentary Colonial Williamsburg admission tickets.
This resort has special offers starting at $230 per night from now to Nov. 15. The Kingsmill Parks offeris an all-inclusive vacation with a minimum two-night stay and includes a three-day park ticket to Busch Gardens and Water Country USA. Guests will also enjoy complimentary parking at both parks, access to resort amenities and more. The Everything Kingsmill offers two nights with plenty of on-property fun. And lastly, for a week-long getaway, check out the Eat. Stay. Play. offer and get a $700 food and beverage credit, late check-out, use of kayaks, paddleboards and fishing poles at the marina and court time at the Tennis Club.
Everyone Eats Free offers a three-day park ticket for everyone on the reservation and three free meals per person in the park. The second option is the Kids Play Free offer, which includes one free, three-day ticket for a child with each paid adult. Both offers include your choice of lodging, free admission to Water Country USA and free parking.
The biggest names in the Middle East sporting community will gather for the Sports Industry Awards as the event returns for its eighth edition. SPIA recognizes the achievements of individuals, organizations, facilities and campaigns that contributed to the development of sport in the region.
After driving through the arts and entertainment district of Delray Beach, I was expecting the lively and vibrant energy to follow me to my doorstep at Crane’s Beach House that evening. I was pleasantly surprised when the spirited rumble of a night downtown halted right at the front gate. As I walked the pathway to the front office for check-in, I was welcomed by a quiet rustle of the greenery and flowers that guided my walk, strung with lights and colorful, tropical décor. At check-in I was provided with a complimentary parking pass; although I would only be there for one night, I much appreciated this unexpected perk. I received my room information, including a pass code that would open my door. Keyless entry was a nice touch.
Barclays and Frontier Airlines announced a first-ever introductory offer for the Frontier Airlines World Mastercard: no annual fee for the first year, then $79 every year after. New cardmembers also earn 50,000 bonus miles after qualifying purchases.
Kontiki Expeditions shared a look at one of the nine luxury staterooms on its new boutique yacht M/Y Kontiki Wayra. Launching in August, each stateroom creates an inviting space of comfort and beauty. The yacht follows a biophilic design, mirroring the ambiance and look of the landscapes visited and connecting people to the environment.
As more destinations around the globe reopen to travelers, we are ready to get back to one of our favorite activities. Join us over the next several weeks as we take you to places around the world saying #WelcomeBacktoTravel. Take a visual journey through Cleveland, Ohio, with us.
Cocktail culture is an integral part of the history of New Orleans. Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences New Orleans pays homage to classic cocktails with its Chandelier Bar. Opening in summer 2021, the lobby bar serves traditional and new cocktails under a stunning 15,000-crystal custom chandelier.
Until you visit, you may never know the extent of Buenos Aires’ cosmopolitanism. From design and architecture to technology and banking — and across all the arts — Buenos Aires truly has a global feel that rivals Paris, New York and Tokyo. While it’s on the water, Buenos Aires is not a beach destination like Rio but rather a port city — hence locals are called Porteños and have a zest for life and want to share it with all who visit.