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Top Californian desert escapes
If you are seeking some serious self-indulgence in the Californian desert, then look no further. California's desert resorts know how to do luxury. With dramatic backdrops, from the towering mountains and manicured lawns of the Joshua Tree National Park to the harsh environment of Death Valley,...
 
Luxury experiences in California that are not to be missed
California, home to the stars and to some of the best natural wonders, food and wine in the world as well. You can think of Hollywood, Yosemite National Park, the Redwoods and the wineries. But how best to see and better still experience these glories. Here are some of my favourite ways to spend...
 
Ride the open roads of the US and Canada
What better way to explore the open roads of the US and Canada than on a motor bike? Imagine the curves in the Rocky Mountains, the long straight sections of Route 66, or biking the Big Sur on the Californian Coast. There are three ways to organise this. You can rent a motorcycle and head off on...
 
The world's most innovative, imaginative hotel system: Hyperloop Hotel
Imagine no longer having to fly to your chosen destination, but instead enjoying a smooth transit system between hotels in top cities. Maybe by 2020 you can, if the imaginative, innovative Hyperloop Hotel becomes a reality. Hotels linked by a hyperloop transit system The award winning Hyperloop...
 
10 must-visit celebrity chef restaurants in hotels around the world
You've watched them on TV, bought their cookery books, and seen gushing articles referencing Michelin stars... and now they're drawing diners in their droves to hotels around the world. Read on for our top picks of the best famous-name hotel restaurants. Gary Rhodes' Rhodes Twenty10 at Le Royal...
 
Lights... camera... action! 10 film locations you must visit
"Lights, camera, action...!" And you should definitely have your camera ready for these amazing breath taking film locations. So many times I have watched some fabulous films and been inspired by the backdrop, wishing I could be transported there or indeed know where they are in order to get my...
 
6 of the best ski resorts in North America
Nights are drawing in and frost is in the air. Time to be thinking about where to ski this season. Forget Brexit, forget the US election; get out the wax and get planning. For the best skiing in North America you have to head to the west, to the Rockies and beyond. Here is where you can find...
 
Luxury train travel in North America
North America owes much to the early railroad companies who straddled the country back in the 19th century encountering seemingly insurmountable problems with weather and the native populations. Today we can sit in huge comfort sipping a glass of something cool and delicious as the spectacular...
 
Top 5 business class cabin buying events of 2016
When airlines set business and first class fare levels too high, flyers stop buying. Carriers use business class buying events, where fares are quietly slashed 80% or more for a few days, to fill unsold seats. Once the buying event ends and seats are sold, fares typically move higher once again....
 
6 ideas for a three-generation family holiday
Multi-generational holidays is a bit of a buzz word at the moment in the travel trade and here at Frontier we have been arranging such holidays for some time. We often find that the holiday is organised by the grandparents as they have the most time to plan and since the change in pension...
 
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