Archive for March, 2011

Hotel, Turkey

Are hotel star ratings inaccurate abroad?

Everyone checks a hotel’s reviews before they go on holiday, but it would appear that many of you are not satisfied with the results. A survey from sunshine.co.uk has discovered that 64% of you think that star ratings on hotels […]

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Cyprus

The extraordinary beauty of Cyprus

Cyprus is not just a common place on earth.

hong kong hotel

1,600ft up – the world’s tallest hotel opens in Hong Kong

Overlooking one of the most spectacular skylines in the world, this hotel offers a birds eye view of Hong Kong from 1,600ft up in the air. The Ritz

Benidorm ITV

The Benidorm effect boosts holiday searches

The popular ITV comedy series Benidorm, which plays on the outdated stereotypes of those who go to the Spanish resort, has prompted a huge surge in interest in

Kids enjoying sunshine

Pupils ‘bunk’ school for family holidays

Huge savings on off-peak holidays have lured many families into take their children out of school, fuelling record truancy rates, according to

Holiday Cancelled

Brits stay at home forcing Thomas Cook to cut holidays

Brits are postponing booking their annual holidays because worries over the state of the economy, travel giants Thomas Cook have revealed. The holiday group have therefore cut the

Blenheim Place

TripAdvisor Reveals Largest Analysis of UK World Heritage Sites Ever Conducted

TripAdvisor, the world's

Indian market

11 Trends For Travel to India and Beyond For 2011

Guys Hit Abu Dhabi's Ferrari Extravaganza in World's Largest Indoor Theme Park Girls Go Treasure Hunting at Bustling Bazaars in Colorful Settings One of

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Easter chaos predicted for holidaymakers

British Airways cabin crew have voted for further strikes that could disrupt the Easter holiday and the royal wedding. The Unite union, which

Jordon

Jordan tourism anticipates an exciting year

Jordan's tourism sector is looking forward to 2011 as another record year that should outperform a “tremendous" 2010. However, expectations are cautious since the fallout of the crises