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  • Get shaken and stirred on a New Zealand 007 experience

    James Bond on assignment in New Zealand? Sounds about as likely as the Aussies winning back the Bledisloe Cup! That is, until you take a peek inside our “For Your Eyes Only” files and discover a world of 007 experiences in our own backyard. Whether it’s scaling heights, a need for speed, dining in style or seductive abodes, there’s something here for every Sean, Roger, Pierce or Daniel […] The pos...

  • Bond Bruce Bond – Aussie getaways for your eyes only

    Spare a thought for poor old James Bond. He’s been begging M for a summer mission downunder for years. But no, he has to shiver away in a London winter quantum of solace yet again.  Maybe it’s time Australia had it’s own super spy anyway. Think you’re up for it? Here are some secret agent adventures for your eyes only… Learn how […] The post Bond Bruce Bond – Aussie getaways for your eyes only app...

  • NZ holidays to kickstart your New Year resolutions

      If your passion for turning New Year’s resolutions into action has long fizzled out like a dud firework, it’s time reignite them with our family fun, foodie adventures and fitness holiday ideas. Escape from the city for some quality time with the kids at the Enchanted Forest in Lower Hutt, where you’ll enjoy a live performance and behind-the-scenes tour […] The post NZ holidays to kickstart your...

  • Whacky not tacky– Asia’s quirkiest hotels, events and hotspots

    What’s the difference between whacky and tacky? Half the fun is finding out, and Asia is full of bizarre places to play, watch and sleep that will have you raising eyebrows at your next dinner party. Being arrested was never so much fun at Tokyo’s Lockup bar. Guests arrive and are handcuffed before being taken to a […] The post Whacky not tacky– Asia’s quirkiest hotels, events and hotspots appeare...

  • Scary Valentine – Europe’s best lover frights for February

    Roses are red and violets are blue, when you’re sick of flowers what else can you do? In 2009, Valentine’s Day weekend plays odd couple with Friday the Thirteenth, so its time to unfurl your fangs and get spooky with your lover in the depths of Europe. Strap on the broomstick to visit Europe’s only […] The post Scary Valentine – Europe’s best lover frights for February appeared first on Hotel.com....

  • Scary Valentine – NZ’s top lover frights for February

    It’s bubble, bubble toil and trouble for star-crossed lovers on our latest New Zealand hotels concoction. A dash of mischief, a dollop of scary thrills, lashings of love —and a few glasses of champers — are a magical mix when Friday the 13th and Valentine’s Day weekend coincide. An underworld exploration of the Waitomo Caves […] The post Scary Valentine – NZ’s top lover frights for February appear...

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  • Scary Valentine – America’s best lover frights for February

    Get a serving of boo! with your coochie-coochie-coo on a spooky getaway to celebrate this year’s alignment of Friday 13th and Valentine’s Day. From blood curdling vampires to chic ghostly nightspots, there’s enough bite to kiss everything better. San Francisco Vampire walking tour with guide ‘Mina Harker’ as she takes her group of ‘victims’ to […] The post Scary Valentine – America’s best lover fr...

  • Scary Valentine – Australia’s best lover frights

    With all the hype that vampires are sexy lovers, what better than to scare each other together at spooky places and hotels for Friday 13th and Valentine’s weekend? Spooky Sydney In Sydney, the Novotel Sydney on Darling Harbour is rumoured to have a ghost with long black hair in a wedding dress prowling about the […] The post Scary Valentine – Australia’s best lover frights appeared first on Hotel....

  • Melbourne – A Shopping Heaven

    Whatever your taste for shopping, or more importantly your budget, Melbourne has the lot!  From specialty shops along historic laneways and city arcades to modern multi-storey shopping malls.  Melbourne is a Shopping Heaven!   YARRA RIVER – Located on the banks of the Yarra River and at the heart of Melbourne’s Arts Precinct is Southgate.  An […] The post Melbourne – A Shopping Heaven appeared fir...

  • Take A Break – close to home!

    Its the annual summer break, the kids are on school holidays and are bored.  Most of the fantastic beach resorts are booked out so where do you go for a few days with the family or friends, thats not too far from home?  We suggest you head inland, hike the mountains, float along the river… […] The post Take A Break – close to home! appeared first on Hotel.com.au Blog.

  • 10 Travel Tips – avoiding Airport Queues

    Having worked in the hospitality, airline and travel industry for over 25 years, friends often come to me for advice on how to avoid stressful times when travelling.  Follow these pointers for avoiding airport queues…and you wont be running late for your flight! Plan ahead.  Buy your tickets early for the best deals – especially if you […] The post 10 Travel Tips – avoiding Airport Queues appeared...

  • Travel to USA – NEW entry requirements

    When planning your travel arrangements online, it is important that you check all the current visa requirements for countries you plan to travel to or even pass through.  These requirements are constantly changing with updated security measures.  Many countries enforce strict entry regulations and you may be refused boarding at the country of departure, or […] The post Travel to USA – NEW entry re...

  • “Australia” on location

    Forget Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman, the main stars of the Baz Lurhman epic movie ‘Australia’ are the stunning locations around the country which were used as a backdrop for the romantic/adventure/action packed movie. The film is set in the 1930’s and 1940’s with the two main characters embarking on their own epic journey to […] The post “Australia” on location appeared first on Hotel.com.au Blo...

  • Dubai – desert oasis

    Historic Dubai was once a small dusty town of Bedouin traders. Modern Dubai is opulent and grand, with an ultra-modern and every changing skyline. However the old blends in harmony with the new. Shopping at the gold souks is as exciting as the tax free shopping at the airconditioned malls. The Nad al Sheba Racecourse […] The post Dubai – desert oasis appeared first on Hotel.com.au Blog.

  • (over the) Top hotel swimming pools

    The latest trend for international hotels is to have the biggest or best swimming pool in town.  Infinity edges, waterslides, whirlpools, luxury cabanas, private plunge pools, the descriptions are endless.  The MGM Grand Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas has opened the most innovative recreational area you could imagine.  The creation of ‘Wet Republic’ has totally […] The post (over the) Top hotel swi...

  • Hip Hotels for your Hip Pocket

    How things have changed! A little while ago we did a newsletter on the strong Aussie dollar, recommending to our customers they head to the USA and Caribbean for a value packed holiday. Now is the best time to travel domestically and we’ve highlighted some hip city deals that won’t burn a hole in your […] The post Hip Hotels for your Hip Pocket appeared first on Hotel.com.au Blog.

  • Airport Hotels and Lounges

    Airline travel at any time of year can be a constant string of waiting around – arriving at the airport up to 3 hours before your flight, long security queues, baggage screening, liquid and gel restrictions – but as we head into the busy holiday season its time to plan for your airport experience.   Some trips can involve […] The post Airport Hotels and Lounges appeared first on Hotel.com.au Blog.

  • Places to Shop, Drop and Flop

    Attention Hotel.com.au Shoppers, there is only 10 weeks left until Christmas…. This is the worst time of year for me, as I am not a big fan of shopping for a purpose.  If I see something I like then I will buy it and give it to my loved ones.  But to buy stuff because […] The post Places to Shop, Drop and Flop appeared first on Hotel.com.au Blog.

  • Hong Kong – getting around is easy

    It’s hard pleasing everybody on holiday – the shoppers, sightseers, culture buffs, parents trying to please the kids, and party goers.  But it can be even harder negotiating your way around a different city to get to those out of the way attractions.  Whatever type of traveller you are, you will find Hong Kong is one of the easiest places […] The post Hong Kong – getting around is easy appeared fi...

  • Cairns and Tropical North Queensland beaches

    If you are planning a visit to Tropical North Queensland then Cairns is the perfect place to base yourself.  You can reach the Outer Barrier Reef in around 2 hours with cruises departing from the recently upgraded Cairns Reef Fleet Terminal, or take a trip on the Kuranda Scenic Railway and return on the Skyrail Rainforest […] The post Cairns and Tropical North Queensland beaches appeared first on ...

  • Fiji – a holiday for everyone!

    A holiday in Fiji will keep even the fussiest of family members happy – there is something for everyone.  The interior of the main islands offer the opportunity to visit remote villages,  trek through extinct volcanic craters and rainforest reserves and view giant waterfalls.  Adventure seekers can go jet-boating or quad biking.  There are a […] The post Fiji – a holiday for everyone! appeared fir...

  • Fiji vs Vanuatu

    We frequently get asked the question: Which is a better holiday spot, Fiji or Vanuatu? When comparing the glorious natural eye candy, it’s really coconuts for coconuts, but delve a bit deeper and you realise that not all tropical paradises are created equal. Luckily they come with their own unique set of dreamy pros. So […] The post Fiji vs Vanuatu appeared first on Hotel.com.au Blog.

  • Beijing – after the Games

    Beijing has certainly been in the spotlight recently and now that things have quietened down on the sporting front – tourism is back on the agenda.  We have seen the breathtaking images of China’s historic landmarks like the Great Wall, Forbidden City and Summer Palace.  But you really need to visit this bustling city to appreciate […] The post Beijing – after the Games appeared first on Hotel.com...

  • Gold Coast Indy 300, Australia

    With so many action packed and adventure activities on the Gold Coast – theme parks,  waterparks, skydiving, jetboating  – it really doesn’t need a ‘fuel injection’ , but each year in October thousands of petrol heads descend on the region for the Gold Coast Indy 300. The four day event begins with practice and qualifying rounds […] The post Gold Coast Indy 300, Australia appeared first on Hotel.c...

  • Broome, WA – what a pearler!

    The historic township of Broome is known for its Pearling industry, beautiful Cable Beach and as the gateway to Western Australia’s Kimberley region.  There are some fabulous historical sites such as the Japanese cemetery which is the largest Japanese cemetery in Australia and dates back to the early pearling days.  At Ganthaume Point you can […] The post Broome, WA – what a pearler! appeared firs...

  • Drive the Great Ocean Road, Victoria

    The Great Ocean Road hugs the contours of Victoria’s rugged coast and is an inspiring coastal drive. If you have a convertible or motorbike the drive is just that little bit more thrilling!  The official start of the Great Ocean Road is at Torquay and covers around 250kms to Warrnambool.  Some like to do the […] The post Drive the Great Ocean Road, Victoria appeared first on Hotel.com.au Blog.

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