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FREE WI-FI, JUST ANOTHER RESON TO CHECK IN AT HYATT HOTELS IN 2015!

As part of the company’s continued efforts to evolve the guest experience by listening and responding to guest needs, Hyatt Hotels Corporation announced plans to offer free Wi-Fi at all Hyatt hotels worldwide, providing connectivity and convenience regardless of booking method or loyalty program participation.

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Christian Stan, on 26 Dec. 14, No Comments

EXQUISITE TASTE IN LIMITED EDITION! 99 CHRISTMAS LEAVES CAKES FROM THE PENINSULA PARIS!

To celebrate The Peninsula’s Paris first festive season, pastry chef Julien Alvarez puts a new spin on the classic French Christmas Bûche de Noël. A limited edition of just 99 “Christmas Leaves” cakes will be available for purchase from 22nd till the 28th of December.

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Christian Stan, on 24 Dec. 14, No Comments

ZAIKA OF KENSINGTON, LONDON, NOW REOPENED! TAKES INDIAN CUISINE AT NEW HEIGHTS

The much loved Indian restaurant, Zaika of Kensington London reopened its doors in november with a menu of Northern Indian cuisine; a new team with executive chef Sanjay Gour at the helm and a revived look to the 120 cover restaurant space.

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Christian Stan, on 23 Dec. 14, No Comments

SIGNATURE TREATMENTS @ THE SPA AT FOUR SEASONS RESORT MAUI

If you are going to Hawaii and looking for new Spa experiences, check out the all new signature treatments provided by The Spa at Four Seasons Resort Maui: Wai Vari water treatment therapy and one great laser therapy treatment plan to assist in the eternal quest for beauty and wellness.

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IN BANGKOK FOR NEW YEAR’S EVE? DO NOT MISS THE WORLD’S HIGHEST BALL DROP AT TOWER CLUB AT LEBUA!

On the 31st of December, the Bangkok Balldrop at lebua will once again put Thailand’s capital on the world map of New Year’s Eve celebrations as the 2 meter Bangkok Ball drops 15 meters from above Sirocco, the world’s highest alfresco restaurant. Visible from more than two kilometers across the city, the ball will be 265 meters up in the air, making it the most visible icon in Bangkok.

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Christian Stan, on 22 Dec. 14, No Comments