250,000 points is a great marketing message, but it’s actually 5 nights valued up to 50,000 points per night. This means that you are given 5 free nights.
The joint Ziva and Zilara properties had opened just before COVID-19 hit in November of 2019 and had only been open a few months before they had to shut down due to coronavirus.
As countries start opening their borders to international visitors, more and more people are taking advantage of the change of scenery.
Flying during COVID-19 causes a lot of stress and anxiety - here's our experience.
There’s nothing like a shelter-in-place order to make an online shopping addiction flourish.
Travel is already stressful enough, with the packing, airline policies, delays and the list goes on.
Welcome to Tahiti! The beautiful main island of Tahiti is full of adventure, shopping and kind people.
Max and I are total credit card points nerds, but we know not everyone is as addicted to the #pointslife as we are
Max and I had the opportunity to be hosted at the beautiful Sofitel Moorea two years ago and were so excited to return this year
The main island of Tahiti is an often overlooked, but incredibly special destination. From towering waterfalls
Check out our experience at Lau Pa Sat in Singapore! We were convinced to try Satay stand 7&8 and it lived up to the hype!
Welcome to Puerto Vallarta, our newest favorite Mexican destination! There are so many things
Welcome to Aruba, a beautiful destination that completely won our hearts! There are so many things
Nestled along the white sand of Palm Beach is the spectacular Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino in Aruba
Have you ever been patiently waiting for your checked luggage at the carousel only to find a giant hole punched through the middle?
Recently in hospitality and travel, you may have noticed a number of emails asking you to connect your Hilton account with Lyft
Organizing a trip is complicated! You have to think about hotels, getting around, activities, and most importantly, flights.
Did you know that over 5 million people a year visit Zion National Park?
All-inclusive hotels usually get a bad rap: “meh” food, weak drinks and drunk people everywhere.