Check-in procedures are rarely a notable part of a hotel stay. When you receive VIP treatment immediately on arrival it does leave a big impression.
As more hotels open to cope with the rise in the number of tourists so does the desire to be the accommodation of choice.
The £5 million conversion of a former lighthouse ship into a luxury hotel and events venue will help the managers of the Royal Yacht Britannia cope with visitor demand.
Short break: North Perthshire They call it Big Tree Country on account of the giant redwoods and Douglas firs pointing arrow-like towards the sky. It could be America’s wooded west coast, but this is north Perthshire, home to trees as wide as a terraced house and claiming to be the tallest in Britain. It’s also […]
Family Holiday: Disney, Orlando Direct services mean the Sunshine State has never been more accessible for Scots Disney World’s Magic Kingdom proclaims itself to be the ‘most magical place on earth’. And it’s hard to disagree. Regardless of age, the moment you step through the entrance of the famous theme park in Orlando, you sense […]