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Frumpy Middle-aged Mom: Travel even if you have trouble getting aroundopens in new window
I look online for hotel rooms on the ground floor, or a hotel with an elevator. Typically, I will use Booking.com, because it has a feature that allows you to select only hotels that offer accessible rooms. I always email the hotel directly myself before arriving as a backup.
02
Jun
2021
www.dailynews.com
Log cabin with a hot tub Scotland: 10 lodges with a hot tub you can hire for a luxury Scottish staycationopens in new window
Fancy escaping to a cosy log cabin in Scotland and relaxing in the hot tub? Of course you do. Whether they’re up in the rugged Scottish Highlands, or beside a peaceful loch, there’s no better place for a relaxing Scottish staycation. We’ve found a selection of the best ones currently available on Booking.com
02
Jun
2021
www.scotsman.com
7 travel deals to take advantage of this Memorial Day 2021opens in new window
Booking.com is another convenient site you can use to find hotels, flights, rental cars and even attractions for less. Here, you'll find 15% price cuts on local and global trips to places such as New York, Houston and Boston.
27
May
2021
eu.usatoday.com
FABULOUS STAYS WORTH DOUZE POINTS FOR EUROVISION SONG CONTEST LOVERSopens in new window
While we might not be able to travel to our favourite destinations just yet, the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 is opening up Europe to everyone again. For Eurovision-wanderlust, when it’s safe to travel again, Booking.com, the Official Travel Partner of Eurovision Song Contest 2021, has compiled a list of destinations and accommodations inspired by some of this year’s most catchy songs to further excite fans across Europe ahead of the highly anticipated song contest.
22
May
2021
vergemagazine.co.uk
How has the pandemic changed the travel, tourism and hospitality industry?opens in new window
Awareness of sustainable travel: The world has seen the positive environmental impacts of travel ban and quarantine. As the hospitality sector is adjusting to Covid-19 safety measures for travellers, sustainability leads the way in persuading their choices. As per Booking.com’s Future of Travel research findings, as much as 70% of Indian travellers want to travel more sustainably in 2021.
21
May
2021
hospitality.economictimes.indiatimes.com

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