Travel Weekly charts the Caribbean’s recovery progress, island by island, after the one-two hurricane punch of 2017.
Jimmy Buffet is bringing Margaritaville to NYC, just 5 blocks from Times Square. Manhattan’s island life experience will include the iconic St. Somewhere Spa and 5 O’clock Somewhere Bar.
CruiseCritic editors boarded RCI’s Symphony of the Seas for her preview sailing from St. Nazaire, France to Malaga, Spain. The verdict? It’s “the ultimate Royal Caribbean cruise ship ever built.”
Southwest cancels about 1% of its planned flights in voluntary move to accelerate safety checks. Cancellations not ordered by FAA.
The New York Times takes a look at tours and programs that address the human side of sustainability — the impact travelers have on the communities they visit.
As the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements have given rise to a new age of empowerment for women, the tourism industry has responded with a slew of female-focused travel programs.
Been made wary by news reports and travel advisories? Take heart. USA Today identifies many safe spots for a Mexico getaway, including some best-kept secrets.
The idea has been floating for decades, and now the near-vertical chair with a saddle-style seat is here. Oh, and it lets airlines pack even more people onto a flight.
Marriott Int’l is simplifying its Marriott, Ritz-Carlton, and Starwood loyalty programs by putting them on the same points system. Even better, you can combine them into one account and earn perks with fewer points.