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The Passport blog

Daytime hotel stays become respectable

Once considered the domain of properties in red light districts, business travellers are seeking respite for a few afternoon hours and city hotels are responding.
Read more… 06 February 2013


The Passport blog

Openings: San Francisco, New York, Melbourne, Argentina

The 116-room Hotel Zetta opens on 18 February in San Francisco between the Union Square and SoMa neighbourhoods.
Read more… 01 February 2013


Worldwide Weird

Amsterdam hotel proud to be the world’s worst

The Hans Brinker Budget Hotel, located within walking distance of the red light district and many of the city’s museums, is about as comfortable as a minimum security prison.
Read more… 22 January 2013


The Passport blog

Business travel gets artsy

Top hotels are collaborating with galleries and filling their hallways, guest and dining rooms with works of art in a bid to make stays more memorable.
Read more… 21 January 2013


The Passport blog

Where to stay for Obama’s inauguration

Six historic Washington DC hotels that combine political history with the US President’s inaugural address on 21 January.
Read more… 18 January 2013


The Passport blog

Openings: New York, Edinburgh, China, Ivory Coast

In New York, the 124-room The Tuscany opened 18 December near Grand Central Terminal.
Read more… 02 January 2013


Bangkok’s hippest hostels

A host of snazzy new hotels have popped up in Thailand’s capital to cater to a growing breed of travellers, with stylish rooms, outlets for charging devices and lively social scenes.
28 December 2012


The Passport blog

Africa’s business hotel boom

High-end hotels are sprouting up across the continent, buoyed by travellers flocking to the continent’s rich stores of natural resources.
Read more… 06 December 2012


The Passport blog

Openings: Gstaad, Penang, Kashmir, Bangkok

The Alpina Gstaad is the first five-star hotel to open in this posh Swiss village in 100 years.
Read more… 03 December 2012


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