Via Bloomberg: A China Southern Airlines Co. (1055) airplane carrying 220 passengers passed through the trajectory of a rocket launched seven minutes earlier by North Korea, a South Korean official said. China Southern flight CZ628, operating as a code-share with Japan Airlines Co. Show More Summary
Ritz-Carlton has just unveiled The Cake. The hotel brand doesn't even need a more specific name than that, because this new chocolate-orange cake is now the signature confection for the brand.
A total of 18 trophies were awarded to the winners of the 2014 FlyerTalk Awards — sponsored once again this year by KAYAK — based on the vote by FlyerTalk members — and the results were announced earlier today on CNN. Voting for theShow More Summary
We've long been a fan of James Hotels in Chicago, Soho and Miami, with their cool art, minimalist but comfortable rooms and happening nightlife so the news that they are coming to the West Coast has us, in short, thrilled. The LA Times...Show More Summary
Getaway 2 Give (G2G) is a distinct luxury travel group that promotes community outreach in wonderful locations for those who want to get more out of their trips than simply seeing... via JustLuxe.com
By Robert Niles: King Kong is set to make its return to the Universal Orlando Resort. The great ape, star of movies from the 1933 Fay Wray original to the 2005 Peter Jackson blockbuster, once made a home at Universal Studios Florida, before the Kongfrontation ride closed in 2002 to make way for the Revenge of the Mummy roller coaster. Show More Summary
This weekend Wes Anderson's latest film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, opens in theaters, but this one resort you can't actually check into. The movie is set in the fictional Republic of Zubrowka in the 1930s and, true to Anderson's style, takes viewers along on a whimsical caper involving a stolen painting and a group of wealthy Zubrowkans.
Back in January American unveiled the seatmaps for their newly reconfigured Boeing 767-300ER aircraft, which people seemed to come across through random searches on aa.com. While they revealed the seatmaps, oddly they didn’t announce what type of seat they’d actually have. Show More Summary
With the first generation of visionary chefs coming of age, restaurant kitchens throughout the Baltics have become laboratories for defining a new regional cuisine. For some, this means blending the old with the new, while others prefer to resurrect ancient recipes. Show More Summary
Last year I ran a giveaway sponsored by American Airlines whereby a lucky reader got to join me on a free trip to Helsinki (to be clear, the prize was the trip to Helsinki, while having to endure my company for nearly three days was the unavoidable punishment). Show More Summary
We seriously thought Missoni Hotels would be a contender for the "fashion-branded" hotel opening at the Lisboa Palace, a hotel casino complex coming to Macau. But then Carslon Rezidor Hotel Group announced that Missoni Hotels would be closing down as of this June. Show More Summary
Comedian Jimmy Dunn tells us what it was like to be a cruise comic, and shares tips on how to make the most of your cruise (spoiler: save up for the balcony suite).
With its title alone, Wes Anderson's new film, "The Grand Budapest Hotel," conjures up a vision of Old World elegance. Though the movie is set in a fictionalized European city, hotels play starring roles in the Hungarian capital, headlining a blockbuster renovation sweeping from Castle Hill in Buda to newly brightened Kossuth Square in Pest.
We asked one of our favorite fashionistas, Lucky magazine Editor in Chief Eva Chen, to share a few photos from her chic journey to Paris Fashion week.
I carry the Chase Ink Plus card. It offers a 50,000 point signup bonus after $5,000 spend within 3 months. The annual fee is $0 the first year, $95 thereafter. It has no foreign currency transaction fees. And most crucially, the card...Show More Summary
Qatar Airways will be 1st to get one, and its CEO recently visited the final assembly line.
For those looking for a more thrilling way to celebrate St. Patrick?s Day rather than hitting the local bar, there?s always Ireland. It?s a quick flight from the US, and nothing says jetsetter like heading to Dublin for a long weekend. Show More Summary
I blew him a kiss as I walked away. I don’t know why. The post The strangers I can’t stop thinking about appeared first on Matador Network.
Welcome to "What Everyone's Buying," a new series on souvenirs, wherein we investigate what tourist trinkets are the hottest selling in hotspots around the world. In a country almost the size of the U.S., Australia has plenty of things to see, do, and bring home to your friends and family as little memento of your travels. Show More Summary
We have been following the Peninsula Paris -- Peninsula Hotels' grand entry into Europe -- throughout its six year restoration of the former Hotel Majestic, a 1908 Beaux Arts building in the 16th arrondissement (fun fact: George Gershwin wrote part of "An American in Paris" here). Show More Summary