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Swadee Ka. Relax in the cool azure blue pool as you gaze out at the secluded stretch of warm white sands, only a few feet away with the spectacular green jungle as your back drop.

The pool bar in the centre of the pool will serve you anything from an ice cold Singha beer to a freshly made coconut lassi, sweetened to your taste.

If you prefer your fruit picked that morning you can buy a colossal bag of mouth-wateringly juicy pineapple or lychees from the 'wandering beach lady,'

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Who Took The "Sexy" Out Of Hotel Stays?

From NMT Images

In search of romantic couples or at least couples seeking a sexy stay, hotels promoted “intimacy kits” in their mini bars just a few years ago
Happily, the Thompson Hotel in New York still stocks its mini bars with condoms, cinnamon mints, scented cloths, personal lubricants and feather ticklers for libidinous couples.
But a spokesperson cooly downplayed their availability by telling me they don’t promote the kits any more, not the way they used to. “They’re just there for the clie
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How Not To Travel With Bed Bugs

A few heads were scratched at AOL Travel’s recent story about bed bugs.
We weren’t scratching from the bugs, but from curiosity: Why would author Libby Zay do a piece on the nasty critters?

A comment from a reader actually suggested she needed “to get a life.”

Well, the reality is that the bed bugs infest places that are part of travel, like motels. hotels, planes, trains and buses. And bed bug infestation is increasing, it seems, because the decline in using pesticides has contributed to the scou
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Are you ready for an exciting vacation in the most popular and passionate places in South East Asia? With the foundation of care and in-depth attention, as an online reservation portal takes you to fabulous hotel accommodations with the best deals and huge discounts. Based in Singapore, offers a vast database of dream hotel accommodations in much-sought after countries, cities and towns with exciting prices in Southeast Asia. offers discounted d

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Discount hotels Singapore invites you to a round-the-clock feast that celebrates a perennial romance with the aromas, appeal and the aesthetic tastes of Singapore. With a mind-boggling, multi-cultural and mesmerizing range of restaurants, hotels, cuisines, eateries and cafes, Singapore opens out another fascinating aspect of eating down by the riverside. Visitors staying in Singapore discount hotels can wander down the banks of the Singapore River where the old shop houses were and which has now

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2010 Memorial Day Weekend in Miami South Beach is coming soon. Urban Beach Week for Memorial Day in Miami South Beach is on May 27 - May 31, 2010. Hurry up and make your hotel reservations because majority of hotels are already book for this 2010 Memorial Day Weekend in Miami. Keep checking back at my website for the latest events and after parties at some of the best nightclubs for Memorial Day Weekend in South Miami Beach.
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Sticking to the on site restaurants within your hotel does not always make for a wise dining itinerary. Chances are the price point is setfor unwitting tourists and the food may not represent the region’s bestofferings. I recently joined a blogger group on a sponsored visit toVegas’ Monte Carlo Hotel resolved to challenge thisconventional bit of wisdom. After all, the hotel wasn’t oversellingtheir restaurants as “best on the strip” but simply presented the venuesand let you decide. I was impress

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Marmaris, A Turkish Resort Mecca

Once a sleepy fishing village, Marmaris has ballooned into one of the largest resorts on the Aegean coast, if not Turkey. Little of its history remains, as the town is now a modern development with tourism at its heart and soul. The population swells to a massive 200,000 in the summer, with most hotels, restaurants, nightclubs and shops catering to low-cost package holidays, although there are facilities for all budgets.Despite the development which reaches around 10km along the west of the bay,
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Istanbul: Two Continents

İstanbulArea: 5.712 km²Population: 10.018.735 (2000)Traffic Code: 34The god and human, nature and art are together in there, they have created such a perfect place that it is valuable to see." Lamartine’s famous poetic line reveals his love for Istanbul, describing the embracing of two continents, with one arm reaching out to Asia and the other to Europe. http://www.anzacdayonline.comIstanbul, once known as the capital of capital cities, has many unique features. It is the only city in the world
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Boutique Hotel Otto - Berlin 2The Trivago-travel community awards the privately run Hotel OTTO as “Top 1 Designerhotel Berlin”.

The largest European travel community, Trivago, chooses the privately run Hotel OTTO in Berlin-Charlottenburg as the best design hotel in Berlin. Taken from more than 150,000 guest reviews on design hotels in Berlin, the stylish Hotel OTTO wins with the highest overall ranking of the reviews and is as of now at the top of the list of Berlin’s best design hotels.

46 renovated and newly equipped rooms a

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ALL ISTANBUL TOURS is a leading travel agency and tour operator in Turkey with more than seven years of professional travel service. Because of our dedication and commitment to your needs, we are able to offer you better quality of service at lower prices than other operators. We provide hundreds of elaborately pre-designed Turkey And Greece Tours & Turkey Cultural Tour, Istanbul Tour Guide Services, Turkey tour packages, Turkey tours discounted, Guided Turkey Tours, Planning Your Trip to Turkey
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Just Luxury Travel is your best source for Tailor made luxury holidays and resorts travel. Spend your holidays in luxury discount hotels and resorts to enjoy your beach weddings.To find out more, visit http://www.justluxurytravel.comOr for latest updates, visit our official blog at:
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Those who know anything about this ancient corner of southwest England love its craggy, traditional flavor -- with twee villages like Boscastle, medieval castles and ruins like Tintagel, and ubiquitous pasties (turnovers). Oh, and let's not forget The Pirates of Penzance, Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca, Cornish game hens and clotted cream. But eco-friendly designer hotels? Over in Watergate Bay, just up the hill from Jamie Oliver's high-energy, seven-year-old Fifteen Cornwall in Watergate Bay, nea
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The Aqua Waikiki Pearl is offering travelers a huge savings with rates starting at just $79 per night for stays through December 25, 2009.

Recently renovated and upgraded from top to bottom, the hotel is located in the heart of Waikiki at 415 Nahua Street, and offers large rooms, sizeable lanais and the following free amenities:

FREE high speed internet access
FREE local & toll-free calls
FREE WiFi Internet access in the lobby
FREE daily local newspaper delivered to room
In-room safe

Hotel rooms featur
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This first in my series of blog posts about extraordinary places and experiences in the Pacific Northwest aptly features common elements found on any Northwest beach—mud, stones and seaweed. But these elements are rarely put to such elegant use as by the pros at Chrysalis Inn and Spa with its exhaustive menu of treatments.

Mud. Check in and schedule a favorite among Chrysalis guests—the Rhassoul Mud Ritual—the ancient ultimate in pampering and head-to-toe beautification from the Middle East tha

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How would you like to spend a night or more at a hotel once frequented by Clark Gable, Ingrid Berman, Marilyn Monroe and a long list of other Tinseltown luminaries? Or snuggle down under the sheets at a former stagecoach stop along the famous Chisolm Trail which played host to George Custer, the cavalry commander in the Civil and American Indian Wars, and Jesse James, who needs no introduction? If luxury and elegance are your preference, how about the Hotel Du Pont in Wilmington,

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The Dominican Republic is one of those Caribbean countries that truly offers the proverbial something for almost everyone (OK, admittedly, skiers are out of luck). On this blog we’ll be covering them one by one. But to kick things off, here’s an overview:

Santo Domingo History & Culture

The DR’s capital (top) is the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in the Americas, founded in 1498 by Bartolomé Colón, brother of Cristóbal (better known to

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12145291479?profile=RESIZE_930xFranklyn D. Resort


You have every right to have a stress-free vacation. An ideal vacation is free from the hassles of matching the best hotels with cheap air tickets. It should allow you to make savings even as you enjoy some time in the Caribbean sun. All-inclusive resorts are a cheaper, hassle-free, and fun way to holiday. They help save time as everything is planned and catered for and effectively match your holiday needs with the budget. If you are planning a holiday in Jamaica, the follow

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This Indian-Ocean archipelago has in recent years become reknowned as a spectacular luxury beach destination, and one of its highest profile and most ambitious projects of the past two decades is the creation of a two-square-mile artificial island immediately north of the Maldives' capital Malé, and connected by bridge. Hulhumalé has become another wonderful destination known for its beaches, parks, water sports, and more. Here are eight of the island's top luxury beach resorts:


Hotel Ocean

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5 Fab Luxury Hotels of Hong Kong

12178602893?profile=RESIZE_930xMandarin Oriental


Happy Year of the Pig! One of the most visited destinations in the world, Hong Kong is known for its futuristic buildings including towering skyscrapers, lush mountain backdrops, vibrant lifestyle, splendid harbor, friendly people, traditional corners, and a wide range of restaurants and cuisines, and a wide range of accommodations, including some of the world's best luxury city hotels. Here are five that top my list:

Mandarin Oriental

Offering majestic views of both the v

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