Advertisement

Destinations

Hotel Review: W New York Times Square

September 29, 2014

The TPG team recently met in New York for strategy meetings and checked into a variety of hotels across the city. TPG International Correspondent Lori Zaino stayed at W New York Times Square. Here’s her review on the property. Stay tuned for more New York City hotel reviews from the rest of the team. Having once lived in New […]

2 comments Read the full article →

Hotel Review: Moon Palace Resort, Riviera Maya, Mexico

September 27, 2014

Lifestyle Editor Shayne Benowitz and Assistant Editor Melanie Wynne attended the annual TBEX North America conference held earlier this month at the Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort in Mexico’s Riviera Maya. Here’s Shayne’s review of the all-inclusive resort. I’m a firm believer that where you stay while traveling has a profound impact on your impression of […]

18 comments Read the full article →

8 Adrenaline Pumping Adventures in Thailand

September 26, 2014

Looking for some adventure in your life? TPG foreign correspondent Lori Zaino shares eight amazing activities in Northern Thailand that are sure to amp up your adrenaline. Read on if you’re looking for excitement while on vacation. During my five-week trip through Asia, I wanted a bit of everything: city touring, relaxation on beaches and, of course–a little adventure. It turns out that […]

29 comments Read the full article →

Contest Roundup: Hawaiian Air Miles, $5,000 in Travel, Mexico, Disney

September 26, 2014

Check out the week in travel contests and sweepstakes for your chance to win Hawaiian Airlines miles, a $5,000 Visa gift card towards your next vacation, and trips to Puerto Vallarta, Disney Resorts, New York, London, Paris or Rome. Win 140,000 Hawaiian Air Miles From Hawaiian Airlines Win Hawaiian Air Miles and take your dream […]

0 comments Read the full article →

Undiscovered Mexico: San Miguel de Allende

September 23, 2014

TPG Contributor Colin Stark got off the beaten path in Mexico in San Miguel de Allende. He guides us through the magical city with advice on what to do, where to stay and how to get there. Driving into San Miguel de Allende is a huge rush. The Bajio mountains of central Mexico create a perfect little nest […]

7 comments Read the full article →

An Unofficial Foodie Guide to Playa del Carmen

September 22, 2014

Travel blogger Ryan Gargiulo of Pause the Moment recently spent a year as an ex-pat in Playa del Carmen. We asked him to share his insider knowledge on the best spots to eat in this bohemian Mexican city on the Caribbean Sea. Stay tuned in the coming days for more stories in Mexico. With an average of 240 […]

31 comments Read the full article →

Weekend Escape to Saint-Tropez

September 19, 2014

Summer is swamped with tourists in the South of France, but the shoulder season months are the perfect time to visit jetset destinations like Saint-Tropez. Nice-based contributing writer Lane Nieset takes us on a weekend getaway to this seaside village that is so much more than swanky nightclubs and megayachts.  The quiet fishing town of […]

2 comments Read the full article →

Thursday Giveaway: 75,000 Hyatt Gold Passport Rewards Points

September 18, 2014

Last year, Hyatt and MGM Resorts formed a strategic partnership in Las Vegas between their two in-house loyalty programs. Hyatt Gold Passport members are able to earn and redeem points at 12 M life destinations in Vegas, and members are also be able to earn credit toward tier status for eligible stays and eligible nights at participating […]

11 comments Read the full article →

10 New Things To See in Miami This Fall

September 17, 2014

Seasons change and new and exciting openings pop up in cities across the country. I asked Lifestyle Editor Shayne Benowitz to tell us what’s new in Miami. Fall is perhaps the most relaxing time to make a visit to Miami. It’s the calm before the storm of “season” and crowds (as well as hotel room rates) […]

5 comments Read the full article →

Win Hyatt Gold Passport Points & Trips to New Zealand and New York

September 16, 2014

Check out the week in travel contests and sweepstakes for your chance to win trips to New Zealand, New York, Los Angeles, Honolulu or Southern California. Win 5,000 Hyatt Gold Passport Bonus Points From MakeVegasYours.com You have five chances to win a set of 5,000 Hyatt Gold Passport bonus points, and five winners will be selected at random. […]

6 comments Read the full article →

10 New Things to See in L.A. This Fall

September 15, 2014

Planning an autumn trip to Los Angeles? TPG Assistant Editor Melanie Wynne lives there, and shares her picks for the best new experiences in the City of Angels.  L.A.’s a generally laid-back city, but it can sometimes feel like it’s moving at the speed of light, with a constant flood of new restaurants, nightlife, cultural attractions and entertainment experiences to […]

5 comments Read the full article →

Hotel Review: Hôtel Belles Rives, Juan-Les-Pins, Cap d’Antibes, France

September 13, 2014

TPG Creative Director Adam Daniel Weiss recently traveled to Antibes, France where he stayed at the Hôtel Belles Rives . Read on for his review on the property. After a few nights in the hustle and bustle of Cannes, I decided it was time to move to a more low key location. The traffic and crowds surrounding the Cannes Film Festival […]

0 comments Read the full article →

10 New Things to See in New York This Fall

September 12, 2014

There’s always a lot going on in New York City, but the fall is a time when the city kicks off some of its most anticipated new projects. Contributor Adee Braun gives us the run down of the latest and greatest happenings in New York City in the autumn months. After the sleepy days of summer (or […]

16 comments Read the full article →

Exploring the Ancient Angkor Wat Temples in Cambodia

September 11, 2014

Situated just outside of Siem Reap, Cambodia, Angkor Archaeological Park houses several temple remains that were once the grand Khmer Empire, dating back to the 12th century. TPG Foreign Correspondent Lori Zaino guides us through exploring this UNESCO World Heritage site. Wandering around completely alone in the deserted, ancient Preah Khan Khmer temple in the […]

9 comments Read the full article →

Cultured: Museum Hopping Through the Masters in Nice

August 30, 2014

The French Riviera has attracted and inspired everyone from philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche to celebrated writers and painters like Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso and F. Scott Fitzgerald. Nice-based contributor Lane Nieset takes us museum hopping through places where these artistic greats lived and worked. If you visit the French Riviera, you’ll undoubtedly find a cultural reference to a […]

3 comments Read the full article →

10 Unexpected Things I Learned On My First Trip to Southeast Asia

August 27, 2014

Foreign correspondent Lori Zaino just returned from an incredible five week trip through Southeast Asia. Here, she recounts the most surprising encounters from her journey, packed with travel tips you can use. Fully vaccinated and backpack in tow, I embarked on my first journey through Southeast Asia for five weeks. In Thailand I visited Bangkok, Koh Samui and […]

53 comments Read the full article →

Tips for Train Travel & Transportation in France

August 23, 2014

There’s a reason the French trains are favored by locals and tourists alike—they’re one of the quickest and easiest ways to get around the country. I asked Nice-based contributor Lane Nieset to fill us in on the ins and outs of trail travel in France with a guide on everything you need to know to […]

9 comments Read the full article →

How To Take the LIRR from Penn Station for a Surf Session in Long Beach

August 22, 2014

Lifestyle Editor Shayne Benowitz takes us on her journey as a surfer and to Long Beach, Long Island from Manhattan for a morning session. Want to know more about surf culture in New York? She’s rounded up some rad spots to check out. I’ve been a wannabe surfer for approximately seven years. This summer, I decided to change […]

4 comments Read the full article →

New York Weekend: Escape to the North Fork

August 21, 2014

With summer turning to fall, the time is now to discover Long Island’s North Fork. Filled with wineries, farmland and fresh produce, it’s a gastronome’s dream. Contributor Adee Braun is your guide to the sweet and slowed down good life just a few hours from Manhattan. Jutting into the Atlantic Ocean, Long Island’s North Fork is the hard-working […]

1 comment Read the full article →

8 Hottest Las Vegas Pool Parties to Hit Before Summer’s Over

August 18, 2014

Sin City is on fire through the end of summer and the best way to cool down is at one of its legendary pool parties. Assistant Editor Melanie Wynne scopes out the best parties and hottest headliners over Labor Day Weekend and beyond. It’s been a big year for Vegas for those who love points with several new […]

20 comments Read the full article →

Win Trips to Nassau, Scotland, Japan, a River Cruise & More

August 15, 2014

Here are some fun travel contests and sweepstakes from around the Web this week – and here’s hoping you win a trip somewhere you’ve always wanted to go! Win a Diving Trip in Nassau’s Paradise Island: Sponsored by Southwest and the Discovery Channel to promote Shark Week, the “Dare to Dive” sweepstakes is giving away a trip […]

3 comments Read the full article →

Where to Find the 1920s in Santa Barbara

August 15, 2014

Looking for some historical perspective behind one of Southern California’s most picturesque seaside cities? Assistant Editor Melanie Wynne takes you to Santa Barbara for a tour of the past and the present. A graceful wave of palm-dotted hills sloping gently to the Pacific, the heartbreaking beauty of Santa Barbara, California inspires PhDs to take jobs as baristas just to live there. What this […]

9 comments Read the full article →

Top 10 Labor Day Weekend Destinations for 2014

August 14, 2014

If you’re still trying to figure out your Labor Day weekend travel plans, Kayak.com has been watching ticket sales, travel search trends and airline news to come up with some of the hottest Labor Day Weekend destinations for 2014. Amongst their findings, they’ve identified six cities with the lowest average hotel rates, as well as a few destinations where airfare […]

5 comments Read the full article →

Summer on the Cote d’Azur in Nice

August 13, 2014

St. Tropez and Cannes may get a lot of attention, but sleepy sister town Nice is stepping up its game with a slew of new restaurants and nightlife, making it a top destination for summer travel in the South of France. Contributing writer Lane Nieset takes you there. It’s not hard to claim a spot in the […]

11 comments Read the full article →
Print This Page