With the recovery in the Caribbean now firmly established, Jamaica has emerged as the regional leader. The luxury destination expects to welcome more visitors in 2010 than ever before, with Breaking Travel News’s Chris O’Toole here taking a look why.
India is set to play host to the forthcoming World Travel Awards Asia & Australasia Ceremony in what is expected to be the most keenly fought competition ever.
In the wake of a lively winter season when Joburg revelled in its role as the principal host of the 2010 Football World Cup, the Joburg Tourism Company is set to sustain the positive momentum with lively spring and summer promotional campaigns, entrenching the city as a leading year-round global destination for business and leisure tourism, sporting, music, cultural and lifestyle events.
An oasis of wellness awaits you at the Anantara Spa at Kempinski Hotel Ishtar, Dead Sea, Jordan.
The emergence of cloud computing has not been a high profile breakthrough like the telephone or email.
Footage claiming to show Michael Jackson stepping out a coroner’s van after his death is being seized upon by conspiracy theorists who believe that the King of Pop is still alive and kicking. Two months on from the day the world was rocked by the death of our greatest pop superstar, where might Jacko be now if he really did stage his own demise?
In a new column about nations that are tourism pariahs today but have the attributes to become stars of tomorrow, BTN looks at the potential of Zimbabwe.
Thailand’s tourism jewel of Phuket is leading the country’s dramatic tourism revival. In November the paradise island will be marking its arrival on the global sport tourism arena with opening of the groundbreaking Phuket International Academy Sports and Leisure Club. BTN finds out more.
Since opening in November 2008, Mexico’s Hacienda Tres Ríos Resort has rapidly established a reputation as the ultimate green retreat. It has been nominated for “Mexico & Central America’s Leading Green Hotel” at the 2010 World Travel Awards in October.
If online traveler reviews are any indication, guests of luxury five-star hotels are no more satisfied with their accommodation experience than are travelers who stay at moderate, two-star accommodation.
Nestled alongside an idyllic bay overlooked by the Aragonese watchtower, Pullman Timi Ama Sardegna is recognised as one of the finest establishments in the Mediterranean. Surrounded by lush, verdant vegetation, the property sits just two kilometres from the small town of Villasimius in the extreme south-east of the island, and offers access to a natural salt lake and a charming, white-sand beach.
In a speech this morning prime minister David Cameron argued Britain must focus on its heritage in order to attract more visitors. Breaking Travel News junior editor Chris O’Toole argues the coalition will need more than empty promises to revive the industry.