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Where to Cruise in 2010

What are the most exciting ports and itineraries this year? We asked seven cruising experts from our A-List of travel agents for their picks.

U.S. Hotel Chains Expanding into Asia

New York Times |  ASIA is beginning to look a lot more like America—at least when it comes to hotels.Major United States hotel chains are...

Pleasures of Penang

Penang, Malaysia has stylish hotels and some of Southeast Asia’s best street food.

It List: The Best New Hotels 2011

From a pioneering farmstead in South Africa to a sexy Manhattan skyscraper, these are the year’s best new hotels.

Most Over-the-Top Room Service

Hotel room service gets creative with perks so appealing that you won’t want to check out.

New Trends in Travel Security

After Mumbai, hotels are rethinking security from top to bottom. Maria Shollenbarger reports on how they’re protecting guests. Plus: The latest on what’s being done...

T+L’s Guide to Tipping 2011

How much to tip at hotels and on tours.

Editor’s Note | February 2009

“Dreams can still come true,” a Tiiffany ad for diamond rings declared in yesterday’s New York Times—and that pretty much sums up how I’m thinking...

World's Strangest Condiments

Spice up your next meal with one of these dips, spreads, and sauces popular in countries where ketchup isn’t the condiment king.

World's Most Beautiful Buildings

Take a tour of the world’s most beautiful buildings, from Alabama to India.
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