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First Class Interisland Review: Our $37 Hack

Today we are sharing our first-class interisland review with you on Hawaiian Airlines. This is your only option if you want a premium class for interisland travel. We’ll tell you how much we paid (it was quite a deal) and whether it was worth it for such a short flight.

In an attempt to share all of the options for flying around our home state, we’ve also recently flown on Hawaiian Airlines in economy and Southwest. You can read the complete Southwest vs. Hawaiian interisland comparison.

First class review introduction:

This is entirely different from flying to and from the mainland in first class, which you can read all about in our Hawaiian first-class A330 wide-body review. That product is in a whole different league.

Also, other websites have reviewed the Hawaiian Airlines interisland first-class product. Our take comes from being very long-time Hawaii resident travel writers. We eat, sleep

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Travel

Why the travel and hospitality industries need business travel to make a comeback

Business travel seems to be making a comeback. More people are flying to off-site meetings and events, for example. And now Intercontinental Hotels Group, the parent company of Holiday Inn, says its revenue from corporate bookings has returned to pre-pandemic levels. 

The industry is keen to see business travel get back to something resembling normal. 

A comeback could mean a lot to the travel and hospitality sectors. For one thing, business travelers tend to spend more than vacationers. 

“It’s not to say that business people are profligate spenders,” said analyst Henry Harteveldt with Atmosphere Research, who adds they’re more likely to shell out for last-minute plane tickets or to entertain clients on the company’s dime. 

And corporate events like conferences are important for hotels’ bottom line, said Chris Anderson with Cornell’s school of hotel management. 

“Those negotiations might happen a year in advance for a large conference. That helps hotels

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Travel

What It’s Like to Travel As a Disabled Chronically Ill Digital Nomad

Three months into my travels, I broke up with my partner and faced digital nomad life solo. At first, the fear of not having someone close by in an emergency nearly overwhelmed me. But solo travel motivated me to adjust my priorities to take better care of myself.

A woman taking a picture with her arm up while in a river-like body of water.

I now travel solo.

Hannah Shewan Stevens


For me, having a partner made it easier to manage chronic illness on the road. They provided emotional and physical support, offered reminders to rest, and gave assistance in the form of food and distraction on bad pain days. 

When I found myself without them, I felt isolated and, frankly, terrified. 

The breakup almost sent me home with my tail between my legs. But I resisted and refocused my attention on managing being a chronically-ill solo traveler with the strategies I learned work for me.

First, I put my health over everything and continued to

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Marriott plans to open an all-inclusive W Hotel in the Dominican Republic

The world’s largest hotel company isn’t losing focus on all-inclusive resorts or the Caribbean anytime soon, it appears.

Just days after Marriott International announced a deal to buy an affordable Mexico-based hotel chain (a move that reportedly would make it the largest hotel company in the Caribbean and Latin America), the U.S.-based hotel giant Monday revealed it was throttling its all-inclusive growth strategy forward in the Caribbean.

Marriott plans to open a W-branded all-inclusive resort in the Dominican Republic via a partnership with hotel developer Grupo Puntacana and MAC Hotels. The adults-only W All-Inclusive Punta Cana in Uvero Alto is expected to be the first W in the Dominican Republic as well as one of the first all-inclusive W properties in the world.

A Marriott spokesperson did not respond in time for publication to TPG’s request for comment as to which other W all-inclusive resorts are already open, as it

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Travel

The Esquire Guide to a Stylish Grecian Getaway

We’ve come a long way since the jet-set era of the Sixties, when getting on a plane was all three-piece suits, Panama hats and cocktails on take-off. Mostly, this change has been for the better. Air travel is more affordable, easier and more democratic than ever before. But, a touch of luxury wouldn’t go amiss when travelling internationally.

Turns out, it’s easy to bring back some of that old-school glamour with a little effort, some insider know-how and a host of benefits courtesy of The Platinum Card® from American Express. From dressing the part for departures to finding the best pre-flight martini, here’s how.

How To Dress

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Faced with a choice between departing in style and arriving in comfort, there’s a clear winner. But what if you could combine both?

Travelling clothes have never looked better than Homme Plissé Issey Miyake. Designed to “liberate

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Cruises Travel

RELISH CRUISE AND UNFOLD THE BEAUTY AND PERFECTION OF NORWAY

Seeing the best places in Norway is a fantasy come true. Cruise ships are a way one can travel to unfold the beauty of Norway. From traveling to the coastlines to bigger cities and the smaller coastal communities to the most famous Fjords, cruise ship travel in Norway covers a range of travel adventures. 

DFDS Seaways shipping and logistics company provides the best shipping services in Norway. Here is a guide to cruise traveling across Norway. NorskeAnmeldelser.no is a Norwegian website that contains customer reviews, opinions, and complaints regarding the many different companies in Norway providing services to people. Go through the website to catch an insight into the best sailing companies in Norway.

Why travel by cruise in Norway?

People often prefer trips by road nowadays but, nothing can beat the serene beautiful scenery of Fjords while traveling by water in Norway. You will get to see a spectacular … Read More

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Tourism Travel

Tourist Attractions in Denmark

Tourism is people moving out to travel to different places out of their normal activities for business, leisure, or other purposes for not more than once a year. It can be either domestic, inbound, or outbound. Domestic Tourism is where people go to places within their country. Inbound Tourism is the process of visiting a country by people who are not the citizenry of that country. Outbound Tourism means people are moving to other countries that are not their own. Tourists move for different reasons; adventure, foods of different cultures, business, historical, religious, ethnic, health, environmental, and people’s way of life. Tourism plays a noteworthy role in a country’s growth by creating millions of jobs in the hospitality, transportation, entertainment, hoteliers in the service sectors, appreciation of cultures, boosting revenue, and infrastructure development. Governments put a lot to enable tourism to reign in their countries because of those benefits. If … Read More

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Tourism Travel

5 Reasons Why You Should Explore Swedish Small Towns

Sweden is a country that attracts millions of tourists around the world every year. This Scandinavian nation, known for its gorgeous and unique scenery, has to offer everything from picturesque woods to amazing lakes and coastlines. But what about less-known Swedish spots?

If you want to get away from touristy places and enjoy some time off in the countryside, Sweden’s smaller towns are just what you need. However, it would be great to read about Momondo and other travel agencies on Omdomesstalle.se to know which companies can provide you with the best experiences on your trip.

1.  Experience Northern Lights

Sweden is world-renowned for its stunning displays of Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) and it’s a phenomenon you don’t want to miss.  Every winter, from September to the end of March, these spectacular lights put on a show in the skies above northern Scandinavia.  The further north you go, the more … Read More

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Travel

What are the Best Pacific Islands to Visit

Pacific is a vast region with many islands. In this vast region, you will discover beautiful places from unspoiled beaches with sparkling blue water, palm tree-lined beaches, impressive historical sites to luxury resorts with a laid-back atmosphere while you cruise.

With many islands within the three main areas of the South Pacific: Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia, deciding the best places to visit may be challenging, this is where we come in. We recommend the best place to visit in Pacific Island.

Although, Beguiling region is known to be where the most beautiful islands in the world lie, however, each of these islands is unique and beautiful in its special ways. If you want to visit any of these islands, it would be great to read about Travel Agency Philippines and other travel agencies on Britainreviews.co.uk to know which companies can provide you with the best experiences on the island.… Read More

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Denver destinations

A young and energetic city, Denver is establishing itself as a must-see destination in the United States. Between trendy places, architectural wonders and natural beauties, the capital of Colorado offers a range of pleasures to travelers. Denver is also the largest city in the Rocky Mountains area and a popular tourist destination for those who want to explore the most exciting natural beauty in the United States.

The city is steeped in history thanks to its gold mining and pioneering past, and these traditions are maintained alongside some of the city’s most modern features. From museums and galleries to nightlife and theme parks, there is something for everyone in Denver tours.

Denver destinations

Red Rocks Park is located just outside of Denver and is a unique landscape filled with tall sandstone formations. The large park is listed as a national historic landmark in the USA and welcomes thousands of … Read More

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