Travel

New NYC Hotel Celebrates Broadway

New NYC Hotel Celebrates Broadway

TRAVEL | By Mark Kennedy | Nov 18, 2021

Visitors to the latest chic hotel to open in New York's theater district can easily walk to any Broadway show — or they can stay inside and celebrate them.

Women Travelers to Sue Qatar Over 'Invasive' Body Searches

Women Travelers to Sue Qatar Over 'Invasive' Body Searches

TRAVEL | By Rod McGuirk | Nov 15, 2021

Seven Australia-based women plan to sue Qatar for being forced to undergo invasive gynecological examinations at Doha's international airport.

India Opens to Vaccinated Tourists After 18 Months

India Opens to Vaccinated Tourists After 18 Months

TRAVEL | Nov 15, 2021

India began on Monday allowing fully vaccinated foreign tourists to enter the country on regular commercial flights.

Atlanta: The American South's Sweet Peach of LGBTQ+ Progress

Atlanta: The American South's Sweet Peach of LGBTQ+ Progress

TRAVEL | By Ivan Quintanilla | Nov 14, 2021

A visit to Atlanta reveals its ongoing legacy of Black and LGBTQ+ progress.

Explainer: How US Rules on International Travel are Changing

Explainer: How US Rules on International Travel are Changing

TRAVEL | By Tali Arbel | Nov 12, 2021

The U.S. will allow in international travelers, but they must be vaccinated — with a few exceptions. Here are some questions and answers about the changes.

European World War I Sites Struggle to Stay Open Amid Pandemic

European World War I Sites Struggle to Stay Open Amid Pandemic

TRAVEL | By Raf Casert | Nov 11, 2021

Lockdowns and travel restrictions continue to keep visitors at bay from history European World War I sites.

Glacier Loss Will Impact Tourism, Power Supply and More

Glacier Loss Will Impact Tourism, Power Supply and More

TRAVEL | By Victoria Milko | Nov 10, 2021

Glaciers around the world have served as moneymaking tourist attractions, but many are melting due to climate change.

Foreign Citizens Seek U.S.-Approved Shots as Travel Resumes

Foreign Citizens Seek U.S.-Approved Shots as Travel Resumes

TRAVEL | By Justin Spike | Nov 7, 2021

Non-immigrant adults need to have received vaccines authorized by the Food and Drug Administration or which received an emergency use listing from the World Health Organization.

LGBTQ Tour Operator VACAYA Says All Guests Safe in Resort Shooting

LGBTQ Tour Operator VACAYA Says All Guests Safe in Resort Shooting

TRAVEL | Nov 5, 2021

LGBTQ tour operator VACAYA released a statement saying all guests are safe after a shooting at the Hyatt Ziva Riviera Cancun.

What Makes a Great LGBTQ+ Travel Destination?

What Makes a Great LGBTQ+ Travel Destination?

TRAVEL | By Kilian Melloy | Nov 4, 2021

As a demographic, LGBTQ+ people like to travel — that's a fact. But what's less objective, and more subject to debate and individual circumstance and preference, is where we like to go, and why.

Why Phoenix is on the Verge of Becoming an LGBTQ+ Epicenter

Why Phoenix is on the Verge of Becoming an LGBTQ+ Epicenter

TRAVEL | By David Perry | Nov 3, 2021

Phoenix and neighboring city Scottsdale are becoming the LGBTQ+ power couple of the Southwest.

Shanghai Disneyland Tests 33K Amid 1 COVID Case

Shanghai Disneyland Tests 33K Amid 1 COVID Case

TRAVEL | By Huizhong Wu | Nov 2, 2021

Shanghai Disneyland locked down the park to test all visitors and employees after one COVID case was detected.

Canadian Snowbirds Head South as US Land Border Reopens

Canadian Snowbirds Head South as US Land Border Reopens

TRAVEL | By Anita Snow, Terry Tang | Nov 2, 2021

Canadians are packing up for the winter now that U.S. land borders will soon reopen to vaccinated travelers.

Hotels Rethink the Concierge: From Selfies to Sustainability

Hotels Rethink the Concierge: From Selfies to Sustainability

TRAVEL | By Kristi Eaton | Nov 2, 2021

Hotel concierges have evolved from making restaurant reservation to taking guests' photos for social media and offsetting carbon emissions.

Egypt Says 47 Tourists Got Food Poisoning at Red Sea Resort

Egypt Says 47 Tourists Got Food Poisoning at Red Sea Resort

TRAVEL | Nov 1, 2021

Egypt's chief prosecutor has ordered the detention of three hotel workers pending an investigation into the food poisoning suffered by about 50 foreign tourists at a hotel in a popular Red Sea resort.

London Calling: United Airlines Adds 5 Direct US Flights

London Calling: United Airlines Adds 5 Direct US Flights

TRAVEL | Oct 31, 2021

United Airlines will have 22 direct flights between the U.S. and London by spring 2022, include a all-new flight from Boston.

Ski Resorts Counting on the Return to Normal on the Slopes

Ski Resorts Counting on the Return to Normal on the Slopes

TRAVEL | By Lisa Rathke, Thomas Peipert | Oct 31, 2021

Ski resorts are expecting the upcoming season to be more like the pre-pandemic days on the slopes.

Japan Keeps Tourism Freeze Despite Plunge in Virus Cases

Japan Keeps Tourism Freeze Despite Plunge in Virus Cases

TRAVEL | By Yuri Kageyama | Oct 29, 2021

While other Asian countries are inching toward reopening, Japanese borders will likely remain shut for some time to come.

Indonesia Warily Weighs Holiday Travel With Virus Concerns

Indonesia Warily Weighs Holiday Travel With Virus Concerns

TRAVEL | By David Rising, Edna Tarigan | Oct 28, 2021

Indonesians are looking ahead warily toward the holiday travel season, anxious for tourist spending but worried an influx of visitors could spread coronavirus.

Judge Rejects Challenge to Southwest's Vaccine Mandate

Judge Rejects Challenge to Southwest's Vaccine Mandate

TRAVEL | Oct 27, 2021

A federal judge has rejected a bid by pilots to block Southwest Airlines from imposing a vaccine mandate.

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