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When to travel to the Maldives

April 11th, 2017

With over 1200 islands making up this idyllic archipelago, the Maldives with its year-round warm weather and beautiful beaches has long been a hotspot for UK holidaymakers. Pick an island that’s as busy or secluded as you like – with the option to recline on a private island like Robinson Crusoe should the need arise! We’ve

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An Island Hopping Guide to Southern Thailand

April 10th, 2017

Luxury beachfront hotels, beautiful stretches of endless sands, and ocean water so clear you can see the bottom. When it comes to affordable luxury, not many destinations can compare to Thailand. But with so many different Thai islands, it can be tricky to pick which islands to visit. We’ve put together a handy island hopping

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What’s on at Waldorf Astoria the Palm Dubai this Spring

April 5th, 2017

With a prime position on the Palm Jumeirah, the 5* Waldorf Astoria the Palm holds many exciting opportunities for travellers of all ages. Amongst a private beach, both family and adults-only swimming pools and a collection of excellent restaurants, this fantastic family-friendly hotel has an exciting event and activity line up for spring 2017. Here’s

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Qatar Airways Launches QSuite: A New Level for Business Class

April 4th, 2017

Qatar Airways have just revealed their plans to launch an EXCLUSIVE new Business Class service – a concept completely unique to the sky. Known as “QSuites”, these incredible Business Class suites are the world’s first ever to have doors – a feature usually reserved only for First Class passengers! With an innovative cabin layout and

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When to travel to Dubai

March 30th, 2017

Planning a trip to Dubai and wondering when to travel to get the best weather and hotel rates? With fluctuating weather and a noticeable high season, there are a few things to consider when planning your holiday in Dubai – whether you want to take advantage of the summer sales or the more moderate temperatures

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What’s on at Atlantis the Palm this March

March 1st, 2017

From St Paddy’s Day brunches to spa discounts and underwater afternoon tea, Atlantis, the Palm in Dubai has countless activities to look forward to during the month of March 2017. Whether you’re looking to travel with your partner or the whole family, Atlantis is the place to be. Come and celebrate the start of spring

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Tips for Staying at the Cape Grace in Cape Town

January 30th, 2017

Tucked within the V&A Waterfront overlooking the purples hues of Table Mountain and a throng of luxurious white yachts bobbing in the marina, Cape Grace is built for romance and beautiful sunny escapes. Escape the winter cold and fly to Cape Town for a luxurious winter sun holiday – without the extravagant price tag.  Here

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A Luxury Retreat at The 12 Apostles in Cape Town

January 11th, 2017

Commanding a quiet strip along Cape Town’s Atlantic Seaboard, the 12 Apostles is the perfect luxury escape for couples and families alike. One of 17 global hotels owned by Red Carnation, everyone is family at the 12 Apostles. From the moment you step through the door and are handed a tall glass of bubbly at

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The Autumn and Spring Equinox in Mexico

September 6th, 2016

It’s getting close to the autumn equinox when the sun shines directly on the equator and the length of night and day are nearly equal. In some parts of the world, this occasion is celebrated in an amazing way. Rather than dwelling on the thought of winter approaching, you could experience a special event instead!

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8 Things to do in Cape Town this summer

December 7th, 2015

The first thing that comes to mind when you think of Cape Town is likely Table Mountain, followed by postcard-worthy images of the Atlantic Ocean with Robben Island waiting patiently out in the bay for the next ferry-load of tourists. But there is so much more to this cosmopolitan city than simply its natural beauty and classic

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