"We fully believe customers should have recognized the fare that was very briefly offered as being an obvious error that is simply too good to be true versus the normal price of approximately $20,000 round trip for a first-class fare from the U.S. to Australia," said Tim Smith, a spokesman for American. "Your customer admits that he thought it was an excellent, even fantastic price, even for firs
"Opening in Hollywood, the epicenter of pop culture, marks a true milestone in W's global expansion into the world's most exciting and vibrant destinations," said Eva Ziegler, Global Brand Leader, W Hotels Worldwide and Le Meridien. "W Hollywood further demonstrates our passion for entertainment as well as our leadership in cutting-edge design, which sets the stage for W's unique lifestyle progra
The Tourism Board of Spain has created an updated web presence that should make your travel to Spain even easier. Here's the latest news: This interactive website means you can start to experience your trip before you even get there
TUI Travel has reported an 8% fall in revenue for the first quarter results ending on December 31, 2009.
The fall in revenue has led to an increased underlying operating loss of £72 million which is being blamed on the tough competitive period and the impact of greater capacity reductions as the shoulder season is trimmed.
However, TUI Travel chief executive Peter Long remains confident tha
The ACE UK Cruise Convention 2010 will take place in the Port of Southampton from Thursday 24 to Saturday 26 June and will feature visits to four cruise ships, including the newly launched Celebrity Eclipse, P&O Cruises' Azura and NCL's Norwegian Epic as well as the fantastic QM2.
The 20,000-square-meter chocolate wonderland consists of five indoor halls, including the World's Chocolate Hall, World's Candy Hall, Wonderland Theme Hall, Sweet Experience Hall and Sweet Gift Hall, and outdoor activity areas Sweet Stage and Sweet Shopping Street.
The chocolate exhibition includes the largest chocolate replica of the Great Wall in the world; life-sized chocolate replicas of t
Confidence amongst hotel general managers suffered a slight setback in Q1 2010 as the new year produced a mixed outlook across the UK. Our Q1 2010 Confidence Monitor results revealed a small increase in the proportion of negative respondents at the expense of positive respondents compared with Q4 2009, with a 3.5% increase in the number of general managers surveyed who were not certain about what
TripAdvisor has peaked. Big statement but I can’t shake it. The world’s largest travel “community” – 11 million members, 30 million reviews – may continue to grow but its reputation among frequent travelers and the industry is in terminal decline. This is crucial. It means the people who matter will move on, leaving it to the ignorant and the socially needy.