New York's NoMad neighborhood is welcoming Marilyn to the HGU Hotel and Luxe Life Hotel.
Norwegian has chosen NYC for their first "Sounds of a City" social media campaign.
TWA Hotel rooftop bar and pool is open for all seasons.
Some fabulous options for New Year's Eve in Times Square
Hilton Hotels of NYC are celebrating WorldPride NYC with special Pride cocktails and Glitter Stations.
IGLTA Convention in New York was the largest in the organization's history.
Photo via flickr/Ed McGowan New York is a city of immigrants, a place where diverse cultures co-exist, thrive, expand and blend. We are a mish-mash of transplants. And that mish-mash tastes real good. Last month, I had the delicious joy of joining Cristina Lombardi, the insanely knowledgeable owner of Follow Me New York City Adventures … Continue reading A Tasting Tour of Astoria, Queens
You are welcome here—no really, you are, we promise—has been the predominant U.S. travel campaign theme of 2017. The travel industry has been working overtime to offset a negative international perception of the United States since the presidential election. Cities such as Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco (to name a few) have invested … Continue reading U.S. Tourism Welcomes a Tentative World
The world of travel moves fast! Let’s keep up–together. On Fridays, Traveling IQ curates the highlights: *June is Gay Pride Month, with rainbow-themed festivities and parades all over the U.S. For anyone who has ever wondered why these celebrations are still important, click through for your answer (via CNN). *Save by booking your summer vacation … Continue reading The Week in Travel (6/14/2013)
The world of travel moves fast! Let’s keep up–together. On Fridays, Traveling IQ curates the highlights from the past week:*The price of beauty is deportation. Or so discovered Omar Borkan Al Gala (pictured above) and two other men, deported from Saudi Arabia for being... wait for it... wait for it... too handsome (via Asiantown.net).*Time … Continue reading The Week in Travel (4/26/2013)