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  • News to use: Travel trips and tips

    News to use: Travel trips and tips
    Winter's barely past, but all-inclusive Club Med is looking ahead to next winter with early booking deals. As an example, a one-week stay in early December in Guadeloupe in the Caribbean is as little as $819 per person double occupancy without airfare....
  • An empty vacation package from Expedia

    An empty vacation package from Expedia
    Gladys Martin's Expedia vacation package is missing two key components. Should she have to pay for its mistake? Q: I'm writing you about our problems with a vacation package we booked on Expedia to Tamarindo, Costa Rica. A few weeks before our...
  • Taking advantage of last-minute travel bargains

    Question: A reader writes that she and her husband are retired, older than 70 and want to travel. They can leave at a moment's notice, so they want to know whether they can take advantage of last-minute deals and, if so, where. (For security reasons, we...
  • Coachella festival's luxuries eclipsing its music and arts

    Coachella festival's luxuries eclipsing its music and arts
    When the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival launched 15 years ago, creature comforts included any small slice of shade cast by the odd light pole, the occasional working toilet and maybe somewhere to sit other than the dusty desert floor. Today,...
  • Orlando visitor numbers set another record

    Orlando visitor numbers set another record
    About 59 million people visited Orlando in 2013 — the fourth year in a row that the area has set a record for visitors, the region's tourism agency announced Wednesday. The total number of visitors rose about 3.5 percent versus 2012, Visit Orlando...
  • Hotel chain La Quinta makes subdued debut in crowded IPO market

    (Reuters) - Shares of Blackstone-backed hotel chain La Quinta Holdings Inc made a subdued market debut as investors took the view that the stock was fully priced in a crowded IPO market. La Quinta's shares, which priced below the expected range at $17,...
  • Conquering European bathrooms

    Conquering European bathrooms
    European bathrooms can be quirky. Just keep an open mind, and remember that nothing beats a good bathroom story when you get home. First, don't expect big spaces. Over the years, hotel owners have carved out chunks of elegant bedrooms to shoehorn in...
  • Go Away With ... Rev Run

    Go Away With ... Rev Run
    Back in the day, Joseph Simmons was best known to music fans as DJ Run, one of the founding members of Run-D.M.C. Now 49 and a practicing minister, Simmons is familiar to a new generation of fans as Rev Run, the television personality. He and his wife,...
  • New projects abound in Baltimore's challenging hotel market

    New projects abound in Baltimore's challenging hotel market
    The historic Lord Baltimore Hotel sits a block away from the Sheraton Baltimore City Center, but less than a week after the 1926 landmark celebrated a multimillion-dollar restoration, the owners of the aging Sheraton on Fayette Street warned of mass...
  • Orange tourist-tax collections rise 8.6% in February

    Orange County tourist-tax collections rose to $17.7 million in February, up 8.6 percent over the same month last year. Through the first five months of the county's fiscal year, the tourist development tax — paid by hotel guests throughout the...
  • Bahamas luxury developers look to US buyers to fuel comeback

    Nature trails, a yoga platform on a rocky cliff overlooking crashing waves and a starry midnight blue sky are among the hooks for potential buyers at the Schooner Bay resort community in the Bahamas. "I walk that beach at night and I've never seen so...