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Post-Hurricane Irma, Fort Lauderdale Beach is back to normal and ready to welcome beach goers

Post Hurricane Irma: How Florida Tourism is Recovering

As the Sunshine State starts bouncing back to its pre-hurricane glory, travel agents are undoubtedly fielding questions from their clients about the fate of their already-planned and, in some cases, already-booked vacations. Here's what we know now about each region of Florida.
Hotels in the Punta Cana area are open for business. Shown here, Alsol Sanctuary Cap Cana.

Hurricane Irma in the Caribbean, Part 2

Here is a guide to resorts and other facilities that are open in the Caribbean islands—and only those islands—that were slammed or grazed by Hurricane Irma.
The newly expanded kids club at the Grand Fiesta Americana Coral Beach Cancun.

Kids Rule!

The kids are in charge—or at least they think they are—at these resorts where sandboxes, bunk beds and splash zones rule.
Canyon Ranch Wellness Resort at Kaplankaya in Turkey.

Hotels Spiff Up

In luxury hotels, Europe doesn’t disappoint.

Central and South America Resorts Head Into High Season

Winter is quickly approaching in North America; however, in Central and South America, resorts are preparing for high season with warm weather that will beckon travelers from around the country.
Palace restaurant at Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem.

Onsite Review: Dining Through the Holy Land

It’s just after Sukkot, the 7-day Jewish harvest holiday, and the hooks holding the traditional tents are still hanging from the atrium of Jerusalem’s newest five-star hotel. Strolling through the courtyard at the Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem feels just as if you’re walking through the Old City, the lamps and Ottoman-style arches bringing elements of Jerusalem’s streets indoors.
Spa relaxation area.

Onsite Review: Luxury Bahia Principe Akumal Don Pablo Collection

The Bahia Principe resort in Riviera Maya, a huge, 4-complex property complete with a casino, a marketplace, a nightclub, spas, and more than enough places for kicking back and relaxing, is made for clients who might want to venture offsite to explore the area, but are perfectly content staying put and enjoying all the amenities an all-inclusive resort of this magnitude offers.
Spa treatment room at the Condado Vanderbilt in Puerto Rico.

Different Visions of Luxury for Fast Escapes

The following five resorts present different visions of vacations, but they all have these two things in common: An ambiance that bespeaks luxury and nonstop flights from the mainland.

It’s Showtime!

At the opening gong on Trade Day, Recommend’s Ed Wetschler and myself—Caribbean and Latin America editors, respectively—were lined up behind the starting “gate,” at the ready for the marathon course through the New York Times Travel Show on “trade day,” Jan. 8.
AMResorts’ Dreams Los Cabos Suites Golf Resort & Spa unveiled its newly renovated lobby, restaurants and lounges, fitness center and suites to guests during its grand opening on Oct. 1.

Dreams Los Cabos Reopens After Hurricane Odile

One year after the devastation caused by Hurricane Odile in Mexico, most of Los Cabos’ hotel properties are back in operation.

Travel to Cuba

Since the U.S. changed travel regulations to Cuba this past January, tour operators, cruise lines, and the travel industry as a whole have been buzzing with excitement about newer and better travel opportunities to the island.

Come Experience Something More

Introducing the Evolution of All Inclusive: Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos.
Huerta Los Tamarindos organic farm and restaurant. (Photo credit: Paloma Villaverdo de Rico)

Los Cabos

Los Cabos is back, with high hotel occupancy, upgraded and new hotels, and additional airlift from the U.S.
Western Brook Pond at Gros Morne National Park. (Photo courtesy of Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism.)

In Focus: 150 Countries, One Destination

Why is The New York Times Travel Show one of the largest trade and consumer travel events in North America? Well, let’s take a quick look at the numbers of the 10th annual tourism showcase, held Jan. 23-25, under the banner of 150 Countries, One Destination.
Six Senses Douro Valley in Portugal.

Four Haute Hotel Happenings in 2015

The luxury hotel market is shifting and these days the game changer is what defines luxury. Is it a Michelin-starred restaurant? A far-flung destination? A private palace stay? Long gone are the days where swanky suites are the sole equivalent of a luxury experience.

Cultural rendezvous

The breadth of Great Britain’s cultural offerings can leave one, well, breathless.
Algonquin Resort

Canada’s First Autograph Collection Hotel

The Algonquin Resort is reopening this spring in New Brunswick after a $35 million makeover, becoming the first Canadian property in Marriott's Autograph Collection.
Shelborne

New Hotel Happenings in Florida

The latest additions to rise on Florida's hotel scene are popping up in South Beach and on one of the hottest golf courses in the state.
Palacio del Inka

Libertador’s Luxurious Palacio del Inka Reopens in Cusco

Travelers visiting Cusco now have a luxurious option located in the center of the city, Palacio del Inka, a Luxury Collection Hotel, which re-opened in August.
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