Everyone should experience New Year’s Eve in Times Square New York at least once in their lives. There is no midnight on earth with that amount of energy and excitement. While you might think that you have to plan it months in advance, the truth is there are quite a few hotels that have last minute deals and rooms available. Here are some suggestions to get you into the biggest New Year’s Eve party on the planet.
The Middle East is full of ancient history, political unrest, culture and art. Although Jordan and Israel are relatively safe to visit, a visit to Iraq obviously must be exercised with some caution. Here are some hotel suggestions to make planning your trip a bit easier.
If you love impeccably restored landmark hotels, you’ll adore New York’s Algonquin. Over the last century it’s been frequented by a long list of famous writers, actors and public figures. Mayo Angelou, Gertrude Stein and Douglas Fairbanks were frequent visitors and Faulkner wrote his Nobel Prize acceptance speech here. Dorothy Parker, meanwhile, once held her…
The Mile High City is a fantastic place to see a sporting event, go skiing, do some shopping and attend business meetings. Unfortunately, Denver is also a city that is sometimes hit with inclement weather that can lead to flight cancellations and road closures. If you find yourself stuck in Denver, here are a few hotels that can keep you busy until you can get on your way.
Airline rewards programs come in handy and if you travel a lot (or sign-up for credit card bonuses) frequent flyer miles add up quickly. If you’re planning a trip to Sydney, Australia, here are the top five hotels in which you can earn the most frequent flyer miles.
Nestled on the coast of the Arabian Sea, Karachi is full of life and enterprise, offering an energy not unlike New York. A melting pot of styles and cultures, a visit to Karachi will reveal influences from Central and Southern Asia, Western society and the Middle East. If you find yourself in Pakistan’s largest city, consider one of these top hotels.