Holidays start the moment you lock the front door behind you and head to the airport. With a travel specialist like the happier holidays team at Hoot, it can make all the difference between a stress-free break and a travel story you don’t want to tell.
Resorts are constantly looking at ways to make customers feel more comfortable, more important, and happier. One of the major changes happening in hotels around the world is the move to transform the lobby area into an expanded living room.
Welcome to To Sua, the world’s most beautiful swimming spot. It’s a big statement to call something the world’s best, but To Sua more than rises to the challenge. Firstly, it is one of the most photographed spots in Samoa. And when you add your image to the 5000-plus shots on Instagram, please make sure you tag us #hootholidays To Sua is located on the south-east coast of Upolu Island, near the village of Lotofaga. Upolu is also home to Apia, the capital of Samoa.
All science experiments should involve savagely spouting water and coconuts. Yes, that’s right, coconuts. The Alofaaga Blowhole has been described as the most spectacular on Earth. And it’s hard to argue with that description. Visitors cheer with delight as strong waves surge through lava tubes to cause repeated geyser-like eruptions into the air.
Las Vegas is where the A-LIST celebrities go to relax, gamble, and party. Celebrity spotting in Vegas is easy, just keep your eyes peeled, and look for the people who are trying to avoid attention, or who are in disguise. The Kardashians, who pop up everywhere in Vegas, often dress in frizzy wigs with fake pregnancy bumps to avoid the paparazzi.
When most people hear the words Las Vegas, the first thing that comes to mind is casinos.
Hong Kong locals take their food very seriously. New trendy restaurants open almost every week and locals queue to taste the cuisine. Depending on your budget, you can dine like Royalty for not much money, or you can pay a King’s Ransome to get a seat at the best table in the city. Here is a list of some restaurants that you can’t miss – at various budget points
Hong Kong has a lot to offer families – from cable car rides and beaches to shopping on Toy Street and riding a junk boat. It even has Mickey Mouse and all his Disneyland pals. Remember travelling is easy on the MTR system with stops near most Hong Kong tourist attractions. Here are seven must-see activities for families.
You can see a lot in 72 hours – especially if you have a plan. We have chosen three neighbourhoods for you to explore. Spend a day in each and get a taste for different parts of this complex, yet a charming, city.
Say goodbye to stress and hello to holiday mode with these pocket-sized relaxation tools.