How the Hotel Industry Is Wooing Millennials

Millennials are the future. Whether that seemingly inescapable statement fills you with hope or with dread, hotels are wising up quickly by bowing down to this new generation of tech-savvy, minimalist travelers born between 1980 and 2000. After all, they make up almost one third of our population and, at 80 million strong, are the…

Exploring Puerto Rico’s Spectacular Beach Scene

So much of Puerto Rico’s coastline is covered by sandy beaches, it can be hard to decide where to go first. Luckily, there’s an idyllic beach spot for everyone, whether you’re in search of blissful palm-tree-shaded stretches of shore without a soul in sight, or want to be right in the middle of all the action. The…

Essential Travel Items Team TPG Can’t Leave Home Without

Favorite travel items are as essential to frequent travelers on a long journeys as beloved binkies are to babies — life just can’t go on without them. Besides our passports, we all have our go-to gadgets and knickknacks we need to stay healthy, hydrated, comfortable, fresh and not to mention, sane. Here are the things the editors…

Where to Find the Best Food in Havana, Cuba

With many US airlines now launching nonstop flights to Havana, the Cuban capital will soon be seeing an influx of American travelers. While there are plenty of great restaurants popping up all over Havana, it can be difficult for travelers to find out where to dine, especially since many restaurants don’t have websites or social media,…

BLADE Unveils Retrofitted CRJ-200 for Private Flights to Miami

BLADE is a company that continues to push the limits of what we think of as modern air transportation, a bi-product of the new, on-demand economy that’s often referred to as being like Uber for helicopters. The brand is known for its helicopter service from Manhattan to New York City’s airports, which lets you essentially “crowd-source” a flight with…

American Airlines’ First-Class Regional Breakfast Contains 70+ Grams of Sugar

Last week, I took an early-morning flight from Charleston, South Carolina (CHS) to Dallas (DFW) on a regional Embraer ERJ-175LR American Airlines jet operated by Envoy. Although there was plenty of first-class space, upgrades weren’t processed until four hours before the flight. Thankfully though, this was at least enough of a heads-up to know that…

The Coolest-Looking Credit Cards Available Today

Nowadays, credit card issuers try to make having a card in your wallet an experience — concierge services, airport lounge access, hotel status, travel credits and free Wi-Fi make a card much more than piece of plastic with a line of credit attached to it. A big part of this “experience” can also be a sophisticated physical…

Exciting New Airline Routes for November 2016 and Beyond

Airlines around the world launch and announce dozens of new flight routes and service changes every month. Today, I’ll share just a few of the latest flights that will take to the skies this month or in the near future. Keep in mind that exact flight details (like flight schedules and aircraft, among other things)…

The Most Undervalued Hotel Loyalty Programs

Most of us are aware of the fantastic value you can reap from collecting and strategically redeeming points from Hyatt and Starwood. And even with Hilton’s award chart devaluation and Marriott’s high point requirements for award nights, you can still maximize the programs through smart redemptions and elite status benefits. However, it’s also worth exploring…

7 Hotel Rooms Designed by Dior, Bulgari and Other Fashion Icons

These days, fashion designers aren’t about just the runway — they’ve also delved into hotel decor. Travelers can add a little couture to their trips by staying in a hotel or room designed or inspired by a famous fashion house or designer. As you may imagine, these rooms are not only beautiful, but impeccably styled…