Have a little extra time off from the office for the Easter holiday? You might just want to take advantage and start planning an Easter getaway for late April. Here are three spots to consider.
Catch the tail end of Tokyo’s Cherry Blossom Festival, March 23–April 27. Tokyo is one of the most popular destinations of the year, so make sure you’re not the last of your friends to enjoy it. If you travel to the city with the cherry blossoms in mind, and if you stay at Park Hyatt Tokyo, you’ll have easy access to several different parks where the blossoms are displayed in full bloom.
New York City
New York City celebrates Easter (as it does all things) in high style. Check out the Fifth Avenue New York City Easter Parade and Bonnet Festival on the day of (be sure to don your favorite bonnet while you’re at it). What would go best with such a fun and upscale day other than afternoon tea? Not much. Stop by The Pembroke Room for seasonal scones and petit fours.
Of course, some of us travelers might still be dealing with snow and wintry winds come Easter. If that sounds like your neck of the woods, get away somewhere warm. St. Lucia does nicely and celebrates Easter with style. Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort hosts egg hunts, chocolate-making classes, tea and more, all suitable for families.
If sitting upright surrounded by strangers for hours at a time sounds uncomfortable, you’re not alone. Economy seating isn’t optimized for comfort, but there are a few inventive ways to make your ride more enjoyable without shelling out extra dough for an upgrade.
Finding a beachfront Punta Cana all-inclusive resort for all ages can be daunting when you want to take home great memories with loved ones but also experience a sophisticated escape. Now, you can have both thanks to a new resort: Finest Punta Cana.
After forking over heaps of money for an airplane ticket, the thought of missing the flight due to illness can be disheartening. Whether you’re battling the sniffles or a serious illness, here’s how to tell whether you’re probably okay to fly versus when you should stay home and investigate your reimbursement options.
There’s nothing natural about careening through the sky in a metal box over mountains and oceans for hours at a time, so it’s not surprising how many people struggle with a fear of flying. Whether you fly often but constantly dread it or you’re jetting off on your first-ever flight, here are a few tips to keep in mind to assuage your fears.
Bleisure — it’s a term we’re all familiar with these days. After all, millennials drive the rising trend, combining business and leisure trips regularly. Take a few days to decompress in a new destination after a hectic schedule of meetings and business.