Category: Attractions

Tasmania’s best tourist attraction? Tahune Airwalk

An insight into Tahune Airwalk, one of Tasmania’s best-known attractions.

Tapestry, tapestry everywhere

Tapestry, tapestry everywhere

For B&B elegance in a French château try the Château de L’Isle-Marie in Normandy. Near Bayeux and Mont St Michel, each of the six rooms are lavishly and luxuriously adorned. Chosen by Travel & Leisure magazine as one of fifty romantic getaways, it doesn’t get much better than this. Bask in the château gardens, stroll […]

Seattle's Brushes and Berets Impressionism Package

Seattle’s Brushes and Berets Impressionism Package

Inspiring Impressionism comes to Seattle Art Museum to show the works of Manet, Degas, Cezanne and more. The historic Mayflower Park Hotel paints a warm welcome for guests who want to see the exhibit and not have to stand in line with the Brushes and Berets Impressionism Package. The package includes a classic or deluxe […]

Tours of the newly-renovated Apethorpe Hall in Northamptonshire

Don’t  miss this opportunity to go on a tour of Apethorpe Hall, an exceptional grade I listed property set in a picturesque corner of Northamptonshire. One of the finest Jacobean houses in the country, Apethorpe Hall is steeped in history and it has played host to Queen Elizabeth I, King James I and King Charles […]

Del Mar Racetrack and Ivy Hotel promotion

Del Mar Racetrack and Ivy Hotel promotion

The Del Mar Thoroughbred Club, one of San Diego’s most celebrated attractions has partnered with the city’s hippest new hotel and nightlife offering The Ivy Hotel for a special summer hotel package.   Priced from $999 on weekdays and $1049 on weekends, The Summer Trifecta package includes a one-night stay in a superior guestroom with […]

Enjoy England for Excellence 2008

Enjoy England for Excellence 2008

In case it passed you by, yesterday was St. George’s Day. And I’m sure it was no co-incidence that the presentation of the Enjoy England for Excellence 2008 awards was celebrated on the same day. For the first time, the event was held outside London, with the organisers preferring to opt for the European Capital […]

Immersed art and luxury for 400€

Immersed art and luxury for 400€

NH Hotels  is opening one of the most  prestigious hotels in Madrid, ideally situated in the centre of the art triangle in the Spanish capital: Prado Museum, Reina Sofia and the Thyssen Museum. It’s  the NH Paseo del Prado and, with their opening offer, you can treat yourself to a two night weekend stay and […]

See the Great Wall from your room!

See the Great Wall from your room!

If you’re in China for the Olympics and looking to explore further afield, then take a look at Red Capital Ranch; it  is hidden away in the countryside about an hour from Beijing. The Great Wall is so close you can see unrestored sections of it from your room, and you can walk up it […]

New Orleans historic sites competing for grant money

The Big Easy has seen better days. Since Hurricane Katrina, this popular travel destination has been working feverishly to replace not only the homes for its residents, but the popluar attractions that make New Orleans such a fantastic place to visit. To back this effort, American Express has pledged $400,000 to help out nine sites […]

'For your eyes only' with luxury Rocco Forte Brown's Hotel

‘For your eyes only’ with luxury Rocco Forte Brown’s Hotel

Luxury hotel chain Rocco Forte is offering a special package at their London Brown’s Hotel to celebrate the 100-year anniversary of Ian Fleming’s birth and the launch of the Imperial War Museum London‘s new exhibition, “For Your Eyes Only: Ian Fleming and James Bond“. The ‘Ian Fleming Centenary’ stay includes overnight accommodation in a luxurious […]

Leaning Tower of Pisa to lose its lean

Leaning Tower of Pisa to lose its lean

The Italian government has revealed that the Leaning Tower of Pisa is going to be returned to its originally-intended vertical glory. Announcing the $43 million project, Irma  Joken of The Revival in Pisa’s Edifices  (TRIPE) commented how delighted she was that her 4-year campaign to remove the 5.5 degree lean on the tower was finally […]

Grand Hyatt Muscat, Oman

Grand Hyatt Muscat, Oman

The areas surrounding Muscat city are diverse in scenery and culturally rich, and for all round sun, luxury and leisure at its very opulent, the Grand Hyatt Muscat is an offer you cannot refuse! A haven for water-sports enthusiasts, Omani waters are home to some of the most amazing marine life in the world, and […]

Da Vinci Package from Le Meurice

Da Vinci Package from Le Meurice

Looking across the beauty of the Tuileries Gardens, the imposing Le Meurice stands in the most fasionable neighbourhood of Paris with many of the world’s best-loved sights only  a short walk away.   Its rooms, decorated in Louis XVI-style, offer calm and luxury, it Espace Bien-Etre was named one of the Leading Spas of the […]

Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow

Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow

Moscow is the barometer and nucleus of the changes sweeping through Russia. Nowhere are Russia’s contrasts more apparent than here – ancient monasteries and ultra-modern monoliths stand side by side, and ‘New Russian’ millionaires and poverty-stricken pensioners walk the same streets. With this in mind it is natural that the Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow‘s architecture […]

W Hotels heading for Europe

W Hotels heading for Europe

The first W Hotel in Europe – W Istanbul – will open next month. Originally scheduled for the back end of 2007, it has been designed  by Geomim and  will serve as  a centerpiece of the redevelopment of the landmark Akaretler Row Houses in Besiktas.  In walking distance of  the Museum of Painting and Sculpture, […]

The highest restaurant in the Middle East... and it revolves!

The highest restaurant in the Middle East… and it revolves!

The Grand Hyatt Cairo is a luxury landmark hotel situated on Roda Island; a peaceful haven with all of its stunning rooms overlooking the River Nile. The hotel enjoys a perfect location in the centre of the business and commercial district of the city, and yet it is also very close to Cairo’s many cultural […]