As T+L’s resident Japanophile, I’m always plotting my next trip to Tokyo, not only to revel in one of the world’s great food destinations, but also to discover the city’s amazing shopping scene. Luckily for me, All Nippon Airways (ANA) is participating with iconic department stores Mitsukoshi and Isetan in a Manhattan pop-up store during New York Fashion Week as part of its “Is Japan Cool?” campaign (47 Greene St.; through today, Feb.13).
After this brutal winter weather, we all deserve a much-needed escape from the cold. Solmar Hotels & Resorts is giving fans the chance to swap out the snow for the beautiful, white-sand beaches of Cabo instead.
Facebook users are encouraged to share the featured photo on the Solmar Hotels & Resorts Facebook page, using the hashtag #SnowDayAtSolmar for a chance to kick back in Playa Solmar.
Now through Wednesday, February 19th, you can participate in the “Snow Day at Solmar” Sweepstakes for a chance to win a Mexico getaway. Sounds like the perfect Valentine's Day gift (hint, hint).
Gabrielle Blitz is the Associate Social Media Editor at Travel + Leisure.
Photo credit: Grand Solmar Land's End Resort & Spa
Innovative and clever design can make a travel experience more experiential, memorable, and easier overall. Whether it's a high-design destination or a new airport terminal, we discussed the latest in design and travel with the experts in a recent Twitter chat.
Vacation rentals can let you live like a local (if only temporarily). From agencies doubling as on-the-ground concierages to tips for first time swappers, we'll be discussing the dos and don'ts of vacation rentals with experts this Tuesday, February 11th from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. EST. Ask them for their insider advice!
Brooke Porter Katz, T+L Associate Editor, @TLTripDoctor
We know you're busy, so in case you missed any of T+L's Twitter and Instagram this week, here's a roundup of the top content. It seems that Groundhog Punxsutawney Phil's news of a prolonged winter had fans either planning their next beach getaway or excited for more time to hit the slopes.
Gabrielle Blitz is Associate Social Media Editor at Travel + Leisure.
How do you become a travel writer? We asked two authors to sit down and have a conversation over Twitter to find out. Here are highlights from a recent chat between T+L's News Director, Luke Barr, and author and T+L contributing editor, Gary Shteyngart.
Be sure to pickup (or download) Shteyngart’s latest novel, Little Failure: A Memoir and Barr’s first book: Provence, 1970: M.F.K. Fisher, Julia Child, James Beard, and the Reinvention of American Taste.
Photo credit: Jeff Morgan
How do you become a travel writer? Taking it even further, how do you get started as a novelist? We asked two authors to sit down and have a coffee shop conversation over Twitter to find out. Join us tomorrow as T+L Features Director, Luke Barr (@lukebarr), and T+L contributing editor, Gary Shteyngart (@Shteyngart), discuss how to become a travel writer, memorable tales of dinners and travels past, and ultimately how Shteyngart the novelist also became Shteyngart, a T+L contributing editor.
Innovative design can make your travel experiences better and even more memorable. Whether it's a classically designed hotel or a high-design destination, we'll be discussing the latest from design and travel experts this Tuesday, January 28th from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. EST. Ask them for their insider advice!
Luke Barr, News Director, @lukebarr
Katie James, Editorial Assistant, @kjames259
Want to know the number one destination to hit in 2014? So do we. T+L reached out to our panel of travel experts during a recent Twitter chat to find where to go this year and why. Here's what they had to say:
Innovations in tech-savvy travel seem to be made every second. In a recent Twitter chat, we asked our panel of experts for the gadgets and apps that will change the way we travel in 2014. Here's what they had to say: