Flavored vodka is out, as whiskeys, tequilas and gins are starting to be flavored with cinnamon, apples, ginger and vanilla.
From Christmas sweets that look more like works of art than edible treats to sparkling cocktails, hotels showcase their finest holiday F&B.
“There’s a lot of cities that shut down at night, we’re the opposite of that.”
Project is one of the largest urban redevelopments in the U.S. presently.
A $13 million renovation of Atlantic City’s Borgata includes the spa and main dining restaurant.
Hotels dream up some of the most creative holiday decorations at this time of year, bringing delight to every group entering the lobby. Here are a few, chosen by Prevue’s editors…and Happy Holidays!
There are few city hotels in Europe that we’ve visited with as much to see and do so close to the property.
One of the ballrooms has an outdoor terrace facing the UNESCO World Heritage City.
“Incorporating mind and body activities into a day’s itinerary can help to stimulate creativity and promote productivity and alertness.”
China’s Golden Pebble Winery will be one of the hottest wineries in China, with a full-production winery, boutique hotel, commercial village and residential villas.
Barceló Bávaro’s Culinary Week celebrates local flavors by bringing together the finest chefs in the Dominican Republic.
You feel viscerally connected to Budapest’s romance and glamour when you’re staying at the InterContinental.
“The resort’s size (only 35 suites, all oceanfront) creates an intimate experience that allows for extra personalized service to each guest. This also makes it perfect for incentive groups.”
“I have a theory that if you put world leaders in a spa in bathrobes, you may be able to figure out world peace.”