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Results found for: February 2014

21 Feb 2014
Caribbean visitor spending rises
Visitors to the Caribbean spent much more money in 2013 than 2012, a new report from the Caribbean Tourism Organisation (CTO) revealed ...
20 Feb 2014
Andy Murray's hotel to use Wimbledon colours
The tennis courts at Wimbledon champion Andy Murray's new hotel in Scotland are to be painted in the colours of SW19. But acco...
13 Feb 2014
Prince William leading fight to protect endangered species
The Duke of Cambridge is leading the battle to save some of the world's most iconic species from the threat of poaching. Today...
Complaints against US airlines fall
The number of passengers lodging complaints about US-based airlines has fallen in the past 12 months.According to the US Department of ...
12 Feb 2014
Tube strikes averted
There was good news last night (11 February) for everyone who's booked a hotel in London this week, as the proposed strike by Londo...
7 Feb 2014
Survey: Hotel guests expect free Wi-Fi
We have become so attached to mobile technology that a lack of free Wi-Fi is now one of our top 'holiday hates', a survey has r...
Chancellor oversees start of airport railway construction
The chancellor George Osborne was on site today (7 February) to oversee the start of works to improve the rail link and station at Manc...
5 Feb 2014
Treat your Valentine to a Scotch Whisky Experience
If you're yet to sort out what you're doing for Valentine's Day, the Scotch Whisky Experience in Edinburgh thinks it might ...
4 Feb 2014
Fat Biking introduced to UAE
Fat biking has found its way to the United Arab Emirates, with the Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort by Anantara becoming the first in the Mi...
3 Feb 2014
Ireland gets first Dark Sky Reserve
There's likely to be a surge in the number of stargazers booking flights to Ireland after the country's first Dark Sky Reserve ...