The Inn at Diamond Cove, located on Great Diamond Island, Maine, announced several exclusive offers this spring. Guests who book a two-night stay by April 15, receive a third night free. The stay must be three consecutive nights and cannot be combined with other offers. Call 207 805 9836 or book this offer.
The property also offers a military discount for all active and retired military personnel. May 27–Oct. 9, Inn at Diamond Cove will offer 15 percent off retail pricing for eligible guests. The offer applies to all military branches: Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines and Coast Guard. Guests must present credentials upon check-in. To reserve a stay, visit here.
Situated on the River Avon, Bristol represents a city steeped in history. While many of its sites inviting us to look back at its past, the city encourages visitors and locals to look ahead with some new and exciting openings and events coming this year.
Start planning that long-awaited trip to the island of Ireland. With all travel restrictions now lifted, there has never been a better time to visit.
It’s time to start dreaming of your next trip. Here’s some destination inspiration for you. Take a visual journey through Montreal, Canada, with us.
With the reopening of Vietnam’s borders after a decline in COVID-19 cases, Marriott International moves to expand its portfolio in Vietnam. Marriott International, the largest hotel company in the world, currently operates 10 properties in Vietnam, comprising a total of 3,294 rooms.
From 24-Hour Butler Service to a Sky Pool: Boutique Luxury Awaits at Vista Encantada Spa Resort & Residences in Los Cabos
Set on a seaside bluff overlooking Land’s End in Cabo San Lucas, Vista Encantada Spa Resort & Residences is a Baja paradise specializing in serene vistas and impeccable hospitality, offering a Pacific coast lifestyle with authentic Mexican touches. Guests can now earn a fourth night free at the stunning resort, plus a $100 resort credit, when booking through March 20, for travel through June 15.
Global business travel is making its way back, even as the pandemic and other world events continue to challenge its return. In a recent poll from the Global Business Travel Association, more than four in five respondents (86 percent) from across the industry said they feel more optimistic than they did at the beginning of the year. Business travel bookings, the need to travel to do business and employee willingness to travel are all on the rise.
Granted, its name may be a little bit misleading, but Greenland’s dramatic landscape stands as a top contender for bucket list travel. Remote and exotic, the country particularly appeals to adventure enthusiasts looking for unique nature experiences. Though you won’t find any highways, a transportation network operated by multiple tour outfitters utilizing boats, helicopters and small planes links the country’s small towns and remote settlements.