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Exterior of The Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana
The Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana

Cuba is arguably the hottest destination for travelers right now, but there’s a catch: lodging. From shabby-yet-expensive government-owned hotels to unattractive hostels, the country’s accommodation situation hasn’t caught up to the demand for tourism. Perhaps it’s why airlines such as American and Jet Blue have scaled back service to... Read More

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Tierra Santa Healing House in Miami Beach, Florida
Tierra Santa Healing House/Connie Hum

Miami Beach has long been a popular travel destination due to its stretch of white sandy beaches and electrifying nightlife. Plus, it’s home to a renown art and architecture scene, particularly during Art Basel, the world-class international art fair held each December. Now, more than ever, visitors can enjoy... Read More

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JetBlue

This just in. JetBlue is now the first — and only — airline to offer free, high-speed WiFi from the moment you board to the time you touch down. Dubbed at “Fly-Fi” the airline will provide service from the departure gate to the arrival gate, so that customers can stay... Read More

Magic Kingdom in Orlando, Florida
Flickr/Tim Corradino

One of the great things about Walt Disney World is that it’s accessible to travelers with just about any vacation budget. However, we’ve recently noticed that the resort is pulling out all the stops with its newly launched, pricey add-ons that aim to enhance your visit. From additional-fee transportation... Read More

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Spa/Viking Ocean Cruises

With 2017 comes an onslaught of new cruise ships taking to the seas. In fact, 26 vessels — ranging from small ships to ones of the mega variety — will debut in the New Year, promising new features, luxuries, and at-sea experiences. Here’s what we’re looking forward to the... Read More

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Princess Cruises/Facebook

Shore excursions are a major source of profit for cruise companies, which is why first-time cruisers are sometimes skeptical about booking the tours. They aren’t sure they’re getting a good deal. Princess Cruises is seeking to put everyone’s mind at ease with a new shore excursion Best Price Guarantee. Sister... Read More

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Fathom Adonia/Facebook

It took a half-century for a passenger ship to sail from Miami to Cuba, an event that took place last spring. But now growth may be coming fast and furious. In the past week, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings and Royal Caribbean Cruise Ltd. both received permission from the Cuban government... Read More

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 AC Hotel Barcelona Forum by Marriott/Facebook
AC Hotel Barcelona Forum by Marriott/Facebook

When was the last time you actually used the clock radio in your hotel room? Or needed help getting the bag you carried on to the plane into your room? That’s what we thought. Which is exactly why you wont find a clock radio or a bell desk in... Read More

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Perfect Storm, Harmony of the Seas/Royal Caribbean

The next couple of weeks are big in the U.S. cruise world: Three major new ships will make their way across the pond for the first time. Together they will bring next-level amenities, including wild waterslides, swanky seafood restaurants, and the first floating brewery in North America. Plus, one happens to be... Read More

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 Illuminations Planetarium/Queen Mary 2
Illuminations Planetarium/Queen Mary 2

I just received the info packet for Star Trek: The Cruise, departing in January from Miami. The first official cruise themed after the science-fiction franchise will be hosted by William Shatner and will include a Starfleet’s Intergalactic Gala (What to wear?!). I am hardly the only geek hitting the high seas, though. The... Read More

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Holland America Line/Facebook

This week, Holland America Line said it would implement a new smoking policy, which should have non-smoking cruisers breathing a (clean) sigh of relief. The cruise line was one of the last to still allow passengers to smoke on cabin balconies. For non-smokers, here’s the issue: You pay extra for a stateroom with a... Read More

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 Carnival Cruise Line/Facebook
Carnival Cruise Line/Facebook

Carnival Cruise Line just signed a deal to build its two largest ships ever — twin 180,000-ton behemoths that will carry more than 5,200 passengers. To put that in perspective, a dozen ships in the line’s 25-strong fleet are less than half that size (and they were considered big for... Read More

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 On select Disney Magic and Disney Wonder sailings, families enjoy “Freezing the Night Away with Anna, Elsa and Friends,” a family-friendly interactive deck party featuring the famous royal sisters of Arendelle and their fun-loving Nordic companions. The celebration culminates with a “Let it Go” sing-along, complete with a touch of magic courtesy of everyone’s favorite ice queen, Elsa. (Kent Phillips, photographer)
“Freezing the Night Away with Anna, Elsa and Friends”/Disney Cruise Line/Kent Phillips

Name brands keep popping up on cruise ships and there’s a reason: Brands excite people, which means they may inspire more people to cruise. Royal Caribbean has Starbucks for grownups and Shrek (and other DreamWorks characters) for kids, while Holland America Line attracts music fans with its floating B.B. King Blues... Read More

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 Havana/flickr/Miguel Discart
Havana/flickr/Miguel Discart

It’s news enough that commercial flights will soon be departing from U.S. soil and landing in Cuba, but JetBlue isn’t satisfied. Instead, the airline is offering spectacularly low fares on its initial flights, no doubt to draw interest and intrigue from folks who have casually considered visiting the island... Read More

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With the Summer Olympics kicking off in Rio de Janeiro, many travelers are questioning if it’s safe to head to Brazil and other countries affected by the Zika virus. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) doesn’t recommend that most people cancel their travel plans. Still, there’s concern... Read More