In celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday, InterContinental Hotels Group is launching a fun contest to find the top 150 hidden travel gems in our country.
Being no stranger to things like jet lag and partiers in the room down the hall, here are my best tricks for getting a good night’s sleep while travelling.
Afternoon Tea at the Fairmont includes an incredible array of specialty teas, heaping plates of delicious scones and sandwiches and delectable desserts.
In my quest for luxe travel on the cheap, I’ve found a lot of ways to save on hotel rooms. However, my latest trick was all thanks to a computer glitch.
There’s nothing I like more than a sweet deal, especially when it gets me first class travel. So imagine how delighted I was to book a beautiful $400/night hotel room for $80. Yes, $80! Here’s how…
Guayaquil is the gateway to the Galapagos Islands, as well as being Ecuador’s largest metropolis, an economic hub and home to nearly four million people. Best of all, it has a park full of iguanas!
Copacabana is the gateway to Isla del Sol, serving as a launching off point for the boats that shuttle tourists back and forth. When I began looking into Copa, I thought it sounded like a fun beach town. Well, there is a beach. But that’s about it.
Famous for its baking soda-soft sand highlighted by striking blue water and bright green palm trees, Boracay has a laid-back vibe that is perfect for those looking to get away from it all.
Heading abroad? A new TripAdvisor survey has come up with a list of the world’s least expensive cities, along with the ones that will blow your budget.
Traipsing around Europe, hitting eight countries in seven weeks made me learn some solid travel lessons pretty fast.