Tag Archives: Hotel

Inside the world's oldest hotel Nishiyama Onsen Keiunkan, Japan

Hot-spring hotel Nishiyama Onsen Keiunkan opened its doors in 705 AD in Japan’s Yamanashi prefecture It’s hosted important guests ranging from emperors to samurai. The traditional inn remains popular today The key attraction is its six natural hot-spring baths although Mount Fuji is also within driving distance By Qin Xie For Mailonline Published: 03:08 EST, 25 February 2016 | Updated: 07:36 ...

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The 13 hotel in Macau is billed as the world's most luxurious hotel

Located in the gambling mecca of Macau, in southern China, The 13 is one of the most expensive hotels ever built The ‘all-villa’ hotel has 200 suites measuring between 2,000 and 30,000 square feet, with 24-hour butler service Each villa features a marble Roman bath set under a vaulted Baroque ceiling supported by and a crystal chandelier By Chris Kitching ...

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Whisky galore in Lapland's coolest hotel 

When packing for an Arctic holiday, bring whisky to keep your spirits up Accommodation options include a glass igloo or the famed Ice Hotel But, no matter what, don’t forget to keep an eye out for the Northern Lights  By Stan Cullimore For The Mail On Sunday Published: 17:01 EST, 20 February 2016 | Updated: 08:57 EST, 21 February 2016 ...

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Smitten by Morocco's charming new Hotel Fellah near the Atlas Mountains

At Hotel Fellah, guests can lay poolside and view the Atlas Mountains Located on the outskirts of Marrakech, it’s the perfect serene hideaway Behind wooden doors, villas are dotted throughout the desert grounds  By Nina Myskow For Mail On Sunday Published: 17:02 EST, 20 February 2016 | Updated: 08:59 EST, 21 February 2016 I am lying on a lounger laughing ...

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Filipino Worker Sues Bellagio Hotel — Boss Called Me Monkey! And I Have Carpal Tunnel!

A former Bellagio Hotel employee from the Philippines claims she was humiliated by her boss, who told her people from her country were direct descendants from monkeys.  Vilma Miel claims in a new lawsuit she worked as a cage cashier for nearly 20 years, but it went south in 2014 when her supervisor began harassing her.  She claims the guy called her ...

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Donald Trump's new hotel in Washington DC to open in September 2016

Located a few blocks from the White House, Trump International Hotel will occupy the Old Post Office Pavilion Its signature room is the two-bedroom Trump Townhouse, which will be the largest suite in the capital Hotel will also include the 13,200 square foot Presidential Ballroom, restaurants, bars, a spa and fitness centre By Chris Kitching for MailOnline Published: 12:08 EST, ...

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Mali hunts for hotel attack suspects

Mali hotel attack: Hunt for three suspects 21 November 2015 From the section Africa Media captionThomas Fessy: “Jihadi groups linked to Al-Qaeda claimed they were behind the attack” Malian security forces are hunting three suspects connected to the attack on a hotel in the capital, Bamako, on Friday, in which 19 were killed. Two militants were also killed, after special ...

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Amazon Adds Hotel Rooms to Its Everything Store

Filed under: Amazon.com, Travel, Travel Industry, Deals Alamy By Robert McGarvey Amazon has quietly dipped its toes into selling hotel accommodations. And the deals can be stellar. Usually with the Everything Store, a publicity machine is at full volume — think of the ill-fated Fire Phone — but not so with hotel rooms where, quietly, the company began slipping them ...

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Top Reasons to Never Eat at a Hotel or Resort Restaurant

Filed under: Travel, Food & Beverage, Vacation Planning, Financial Education Getty Images By Robert McGarvey Make this vow to improve your travels: I will never eat in a hotel restaurant. Say it loud, mean it and you will be rewarded with better meals, lower prices and richer travel experiences. Aren’t there exceptions? A few. If you are staying at Trump ...

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What to Ask at Hotel Check-In to Snare the Room You Want

Filed under: Travel, Travel Industry, How to Save Money, Vacation Planning By Robert McGarvey When you are standing at a hotel front desk, signing into a room, you have precious seconds to ask a few key questions and if you don’t speak up, you may have blown your chance to snare a room that meets your particular wishes. One question ...

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