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Anti-Trump hotel to open in Washington

Another hotel is being built with the Trump name, although we’re not so sure the President will be on the guest list of this one.

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Wholesalers

Big Fat Wholesaler Wrap

Wholesalers have been busy this week, and this wrap is bursting at the seams. Although we’re not saying any clothing has been ripped.

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Hilton ups the ante on African portfolio

Hilton has committed to an African growth initiative, meanwhile we’ve committed to eating one piece of fruit this weekend.

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Tourism

Airfares & hotels only getting more expensive: research

We love a good research report, except when it’s 112 pages long and we’re expected to read the whole thing. Then we give it to the intern.

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Hotels

LUX* resorts push guest experience to new heights

by Daisy Melwani

LUX* Resorts has a few tricks up its sleeve to spoil guests, but don’t stress about the *asterisk*, it’s part of the name, not a sneaky disclaimer where they take back all their promises.

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The Scoop on Hyatt Regency Sydney’s Launch Party

by Amy Bryant

We love a good party, we once attended one we weren’t even invited to. By once, we mean often.

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Hotels

World’s Most Valuable Hotels Revealed

We only like one of the properties ranked among the most valuable and that’s because only one of them would let us inside.

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Hotels

Preferred sets ‘aggressive’ sights on Australia

by Tara Harrison

Aggression therapy works and we’re now happier after recalling our birth. We might be mistaking regression for aggression, our therapist tells us.

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Hotels

See popular sites without the pricetag

by Amy Bryant

We spend all our spare cash on fortune tellers and data analysts to work out when’s best to travel. Turns out TripAdvisor does it for free.

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Hotels

What hotel travellers want

Look into the mind’s eye of your clients to uncover what they want, but without any invasive surgery or weird voodoo rituals.

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Destinations

Travel websites most popular in January

by Hannah Edensor

Enormous amount of Aussies regretting their decision to stay home over the summer spent their entire holidays indoors on travel sites.

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Hotels

Vacay like a Kardashian at these 6 Luxe Villas

by Amy Bryant

We hear Kim K vacations at these hot properties. Well we think it was her, our binocular vision was a bit blurry from behind the fence.

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