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Following a second devastating temblor, Mexico introduces a new marketing campaign as planned.
Civil rights group Muslim Advocates has lobbied for Marriott to bar Act for America from holding a conference at one of its hotels.
Airports are open and so are most hotels, but a few were damaged by Tuesday's earthquake.
Just a year old, the hotel highlights one of Cartagena's greatest charms: its delightful mix of old and new.
This year marks the official centennial of the U.S. entry into World War I, the grueling four-year battle that gained so little and cost so many millions of lives. A recent France tour offered a glimpse into the horrors and unselfish bravery that characterized the war.
While Key West and Key Largo were relatively spared by Hurricane Irma, the islands along the 100-mile stretch in between were not as fortunate, spurring officials in Monroe County to advise tourists to avoid the Overseas Highway so repair efforts aren't hindered.
In a world turned upside down by Irma, I ran for shelter at the Ritz-Carlton.
"Your presence on the roads will only hamper clean-up efforts and could delay the distribution of critically needed supplies," Gov. Kenneth Mapp said.
The transatlantic business-class airline has ordered two Airbus A321neo jets to replace its Boeing 757s.
The resort, a 149-room expansion of Karisma Sensatori, provides guests with all-inclusive, five-star amenities, services and views.
A chance conversation with six-time Iditarod finisher Justin Savidis helped spark a new Alaska tour by the operator, and guests will lunch with him atop Colony Glacier during the eight-day culinary experiences that launch in May.
New interior decor will take inspiration from the latest Silversea ship, the Silver Muse.
"There's a little something for everybody," said Cruz Cembrianes, a tour guide from the hotel. Western Belize, he said, truly enables people to get out of their everyday routine and experience adventure. "There's so much to learn from the ancient Maya, their history and their architecture," he said.
Although the suite is the destination, there's plenty to experience beyond the sanctuary, including butler and wait service at the lap pool and the six spacious cabanas that ring the pool, the Serenity Spa, a bocce court and a putting green.
A weeklong roadtrip to take in some of the country's fall festivals showcased myriad aspects of Korean culture, yet proved to be surprisingly familiar.
The first visit will occur this Sunday with a call by Royal Caribbean's Empress of the Seas.
Maria has left the island without power, water, cell and wireless services, and working sewage systems.
With Canada celebrating its 150th anniversary, Montreal is doubling down by commemorating its own 375th anniversary. Fortunately, the city's upper-scale hotel inventory appears to be sufficiently updated to accommodate the throng.
The all-suite Crystal Bach is sailing voyages along the Danube and Rhine rivers.
The service, powered by Resy, offers the ability to make reservations at 650 U.S. restaurants.