With eco-friendly travel more popular than ever, approach green claims with skepticism

Green may not be the most fashionable color these days, considering the recent policy shift in Washington on climate change. But it’s still the “in” thing for many travelers. Read more “With eco-friendly travel more popular than ever, approach green claims with skepticism”

This new hotel design concept blurs lines between work and play

As you walk into the 4290 Bistro at the Crowne Plaza Palo Alto, in California’s Silicon Valley, you’ll see a plaque commemorating the property’s place in technology history. It was here that Internet pioneers Vint Cerf and Bob Kahn developed the TCP specification in 1973.
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I slept with my companion and I want a refund

Jarrett Wilson’s Hotwire rooms have “guaranteed” single beds. Oh wait, no they don’t. What now? Read more “I slept with my companion and I want a refund”

Why won’t InterContinental Hotels honor its “best” price guarantee?

A $275-a-night rate at an all-suites hotel on Times Square is not a bad deal. But $255 is an even better deal, and Joan Kozon thinks InterContinental Hotels should honor it.
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