Friday newsletters always feature luxury travel contests, tips, series, or news. Today (March 22, 2018): Review of Marriott’s new loyalty program, Marriott Bonvoy. In February 2019, Marriott launched its new loyalty program, Marriott Bonvoy. With the new program, members can earn points and exchange them for valuable rewards when they stay at one of Marriott’s 30 different hotel brands across 6800+ locations in more than 150 countries. The 30 brands are divided into the 5 categories of Luxury, Premium, Select, Longer Stays, and Collections, and within each category they’re further broken up into “classic” and “distinctive.” The luxury category comprises Ritz-Carlton, St Regis and JW Marriott in the “classic” luxury segment and Ritz-Carlton Reserve, The Luxury Collection, BVLGARI, W Hotels, and Edition in the “distinctive” … [Read more...] about Review of Marriott Bonvoy, Marriott’s new loyalty program
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Ideally, if you are visiting Disneyland Resort, you’d have at least two days to spend time in both of the parks. Otherwise, you need to know how to divide your time. Disneyland has a lot in common with Disneyland Paris in that each park’s general layouts presented to guests is similar. But, if you have ever been to Disneyland Paris, you know that the second gate, Walt Disney Studios, doesn’t have a whole lot to offer. At Disneyland Resort, it’s not so simple. Disney’s California Adventure has come a long way in almost 20 years, and it continues to evolve more than any other Disney park. On the other hand, Disneyland is the original Disney theme park, and there is so much to discover, both old and new. So, in the question of Disneyland vs. Disney’s California Adventure, who wins? Shortcut to the Most Popular Ticket Discount Disneyland 3-Day Park Hopper Ticket (with Magic Morning) Table of Contents Pros and Cons of Disneyland vs. … [Read more...] about Disneyland vs. Disney’s California Adventure: Pros and Cons
Elite members of each get status in the other Chris McGinnis Published 12:02 pm CST, Tuesday, March 5, 2019 American Airlines elites get airport transfers via limo- soon they'll have special privileges at Hyatt Hotels, too. American Airlines elites get airport transfers via limo- soon they'll have special privileges at Hyatt Hotels, too. Photo: American Airlines Photo: American Airlines Image 1 of / 14 Caption Close Image 1 of 14 American Airlines elites get airport transfers via limo- soon they'll have special privileges at Hyatt Hotels, too. American Airlines elites get airport transfers via limo- soon they'll have special privileges at Hyatt Hotels, too. Photo: American Airlines New American Airlines & … [Read more...] about New American Airlines & Hyatt linkage beckons elite flyers
One member of the Patriots savored Super Bowl LIII’s “Opening Night” with conspicuous enthusiasm. Dancing, bantering and joking, Rob Gronkowski enjoyed himself among the multitude of media. Gronkowski, a player seemingly incapable of subtlety, was unusually indirect regarding one question: His future in football. “As of right now, those are the last things I’m thinking of,” Gronkowski told ESPN. “I love playing the game. After a long season, after the [Super Bowl], a few weeks down the road, you sit back, you relax, you get some downtime, enjoyment time. And you just see where you want to go with it.” Asked a follow-up, Gronkowski elaborated. “Like I said, I don’t know,” Gronkowski reiterated. “I haven’t done that sit-down yet. I’ve got to do that sit-down. About two weeks after [the season]. Then I’ll know.” On the surface, it’s strange to think of Gronkowski contemplating retirement. … [Read more...] about Will Rob Gronkowski retire after the Super Bowl? Here’s what Gronk and NFL experts have said about his NFL future.
“25th Screen Actors Guild Awards” (6 p.m., TNT/TBS, Awards Show) - Megan Mullally emcees the 25th annual gala, which honors outstanding film and TV performances.“Rent” (7 p.m., Fox, Live Musical Event) - The Tony winning musical is a re-imagining of Puccini’s “La Boheme.” Set in New York City’s gritty East Village, it tells the story of seven artists struggling to follow their dreams during a time of great social and political turmoil.“I Am the Night” (7 p.m., TNT/TBS, Series Premiere) - A teenage girl given away at birth begins to investigate the secrets of her past, following a sinister trail with a hack reporter. Chris Pine stars.“The Passage” (8 p.m., Fox) - Brad strikes a deal with Sykes and Richards to stay with Amy at Project NOAH, as they begin to test the virus on her.“Road House” (6 p.m., BBC America) - Skip the State of the Union Address and watch the best cooler in the business do what he … [Read more...] about What to watch on TV this week: Time to pay the ‘Rent,’ Chris Pine is a reporter and a lot more