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Lucy Kent Painting in Skiathos

Case Study: Artist in Residence

9th August 2017

PR Case Study: Skiathos Artists in Residence The Skiathos Princess Hotel wanted a campaign that would attract a creative audience, something that would offer their guests an added value activity and would create some social media buzz. We launched the Artist in Residence. With such a beautiful island the path towards art was chosen and […]

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Hotel Swimming Pool

It’s What We Do…

21st July 2017

A PR Agency Creating Inspirational Campaigns for Aspirational Brands Peel+Williams design campaigns that are tailored to your needs, achieve accountable results and position your brand right where you want it. They are a PR agency who embed themselves into your business and act more as a communications partner, invested in your success and always there as […]

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One Airport Secret No One Knows About

The One Airport Service That’s a Total Life-Changer

19th May 2017

Going to the airport should be the start of any holiday, or at least a relaxed experience for the business traveller. So why can it be such a stressful, arduous process? Well it doesn’t need to be with this one service many are not aware of. The perks of 1st class travel, or for Executive […]

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Chile Desert

ECO-TOURISM: CHILE CREATES 1,500-MILE SCENIC HIGHWAY ‘ROUTE OF PARKS’

2nd May 2017

In a landmark moment for conservation and tourism, Chile has declared 11 million acres of wilderness as protected National Parkland. The initiative was sparked by the largest-ever donation of private land by the Tompkins Conservation. Tracing the spine of the country, it will form a 1,500-mile scenic highway called the Route of Parks. Ben Brown, […]

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Nick Wightman, CEO of The Discerning Collection

Q&A with Nick Wrightman, CEO The Discerning Collection

7th April 2017

Latest News & Travel Trends for 2017   The Discerning Collection is a privately owned, specialist tour operator offering an exclusive, hand-picked selection of hotels, villas, riads and gulets across Europe. The company officially launched back in 2011 with founder & CEO Nick Wrightman wanting to build the UK’s most successful boutique tour operation. Nick […]

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Facial Recognition for Passport and Boarding Card

Facial Recognition to Replace Passports

4th April 2017

In partnership with Dutch carrier KLM, Amsterdam Schiphol airport has started testing a “biometric boarding” initiative using facial recognition technology that replaces the need for showing boarding cards and passports. By pausing at a facial recognition e-gate, rather like the ones seen at immigration halls in London Heathrow, passengers could, in theory, get through quicker […]

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Penguins on the snow

7 Travel Trends We Are Seeing Develop in 2017

8th March 2017

From wilderness seeking to cyber prestige, Globetrender, the go to source for travel trends and news have identified seven travel trends that are gaining momentum among consumers in 2017. 1. Wilderness seeking Mainstream holidays no longer fall into key categories such as “city breaks” or “sun and sea”. People have become far more imaginative, worldly and fearless. […]

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Park Hyatt St. Kitts

Ten Luxe Hotels Launching in 2017

10th February 2017

With so many outstanding hotels opening around the world this year, the question travelers face may not be so much “where to go,” but rather, “where to stay.”  Amy Laughinghouse compiled a list of ten of the hottest properties debuting in 2017. Alila Fort Bishangarh Courtesy Alila Fort Bishangarh If you always imagined that you […]

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Jet lag

A Cure for Jet Lag?

9th February 2017

In the future, travellers traversing the world on ultra-long-haul flights might be able to take a pill to cure jet lag. Ben Brown, Chief Trend Reporter for Globetrender reports. It’s 4am and I’m wide awake. Jet lag. It’s an unavoidable evil for the frequent traveller; a constant battle with shape-shifting time-zones. In New York, I […]

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Hotel Swimming Pool

15 DEFINING TRAVEL TRENDS OF 2016

1st December 2016

Did you know that package holidays made a comeback this year, but overall, we are taking much shorter trips abroad? Ben Brown, Senior Trend Reporter for Globetrender reports on the defining travel trends of 2016 2016 will go down in history as a year of shattering political change and profound loss (RIP, Bowie). For the […]

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