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Jet Charter Owner Approval

  June 2nd, 2015 Written By: Alex M. Early, CEO of The Early Air Way If you’ve chartered private jets in the past, then you’re probably familiar with the term “owner approval required.” For those of you who aren’t familiar however, “owner approval required” is a condition of booking for many (but not all) jet…

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Luxury Suite of the Sea

No expense was spared when Norwegian Cruise Line designed the Regent SUite aboard the Regent Seven Seas Explorer. The suite costs $10,000 a night to book, and just the bed itself is valued at $150,000. The suite has a personal spa, sauna, heated lounge chairs, and Steinway piano. As for space the suite is 50%…

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Luxury Travel via Exercise and Exclusivity

There are many luxury experiences that boast a “bespoke, once-in-a-lifetime experience.” Guided by tour operators they will take you wherever you desire for your travel excursion. To some that is the dream, but others are looking to live their sport’s ultimate challenge. Like riding the Tour de France, from Duvine Cycling + Adventure Co. For…

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Safari With Wine, Smoothies, and a Lounge

A newly renovated safari property has added amenities and luxury facilities. The Singita Lebombo Lodge recently reopened with a new winter lounge, smoothie and espresso bar, wine boutique, lap pool, and interactive kitchen with rooftop dining. The designer drew inspiration from the location, citing meditative spaces and giant euphorbia trees for a less is more…

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Hotel Floating in Paris

OFF Paris Seine is a floating hotel in Paris, a wild change from the usual hotels we have seen. The hotel consists of two floating hulls with a hallway connecting them. Booking options include choosing which side of the hotel you would like to reserve. Suites on the hotel-boat are all individually decorated by different…

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Travel Amenities on the Seven Seas Explorer

L’Occitane and Mer & Mistral will be supplying bath amenities for the Regent Seen Seas Cruises’ newest ship; the Seven Seas Explorer. Inspired by the perfume capital of the world, Grasse, France, The Mer & Mistral line will combine aquatic notes and earthy vegetation. Pine, cypress, and rosemary will meld together with seafaring aromas for…

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Visit the Caribbean this Summer

Thanks to the ocean breeze the Caribbean islands remain tropically cool during the blast of heat in summer. Because peak seasons for island trips are in the winter, a trip would actually be less crowded than normal. Escape to paradise for some relief from the heat. Saint Barthelemy, Le Guanahani Families are rewarded with buffet…

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Family Friendly Hotels in London

For a touch of luxury while touring London with the family check out these hotels; Brown’s has interconnected suites for a break from the kids if needed. These suites come with a pop-up tent to imagine camping, and embroidered sheets with princesses and pirates. They really go the extra mile for the kids. Taj 51…

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You Get Angry on Planes Here's Why

Air rage happens. But why does it happen, and how can it be stopped from spreading? Studies have found that air rage is 4 times as likely to happen during flights with first-class cabins as those without first-class cabins. Just the existence of economically segregated seats is not the cause of this liklihood, but it…

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Luxury Hotel Brings Rebirth to Asbury Park

Two blocks from the boardwalk, the Asbury Hotel opening is a milestone as the first hotel opening in Asbury Park, NJ in over 50 years. A derelict Salvation Army building was converted into the boutique hotel, tuned to showcase the city’s music, art, and food scenes. Asbury Park has seen some struggles with hurricanes, the…

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