A look at what’s new, including apps that enable travelers to order food and headphones at their departure gate, more biometric boarding, and higher fees for some United States passport applicants.
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Lobbies and rooftop bars are popular with people who don’t book rooms. So properties are creating spaces like libraries that are open only to guests.
A new bike share program, museums, music and, yes, barbecue await visitors. Of special interest this spring: the commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the assassination of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
The City of Lights is known as a pricey place to vacation, but with these tips you can stretch your dollars and still enjoy the finer things Paris has to offer.
The island made a mark with Bond films but also has had roles as California and Congo. The author Peter Polack offers some ideas for what to see.
A designer thrift store aficionado in search of distinctly French fashion explores the luxury resale shops hidden away on side streets in Paris.
The hurricane battered the island, and most hotels and restaurants have not reopened. The crowds have yet to return, which means visitors will have stretches of sand to themselves.
A visit by our 52 Places Traveler to the Puerto Rican capital, still recovering from last year’s hurricanes, was one of the most calming and soul-filling experiences of her trip so far.
This lush, wild bit of Puerto Rico, a word-of-mouth destination that draws a loyal following of visitors, is rebuilding after last year’s ferocious hurricane season.
The hurricane did deep damage to homes, roads, forests and trails. But waterfalls, hot springs and helping out are good reasons to visit.
Evenings can be lively in Cruz Bay and the beaches are still inviting. But major resorts are closed and cleanup efforts continue.
The Travel Desk would like to solicit your ideas of what an actual Wakanda trip would look like. We will feature 10 of the most innovative submissions in a future Travel issue.
History, music, barbecue and beautiful public spaces await you in Memphis, Tenn. Before you go, pack these necessities to make the most of your stay.
Two Hawaii residents were killed after their helicopter crashed near a remote coral-viewing pontoon.
Alice and Alfred Liechtenstein have invited rising stars of the contemporary design world to create an unquestionably modern home.
Bermuda’s luxury property market slowed after the 2008 financial crisis. But activity has been picking up, in part because of pent-up demand.
The latest from Ahmass Fakahany and Michael White, Sichuan near Columbia University, and more restaurant news.
There has been a strong Jewish presence in the region since ancient times, and kosher tradition is reflected in recipes for the Passover feast.
High above the island’s famed beaches, in the fertile bohemian heartland, the hills are piney, the air is scented with lavender and cowboys still wander past on horseback.
Nepal has begun an ambitious waste management project aimed at “saving the glory of the Everest region” from trekkers’ garbage.
Resorts and restaurants in upstate New York are offering deep discounts and attractive amenities to lure travelers looking for a getaway close to home.
It’s a lot of work, but this traditional dish remains one of America’s most regional, and revered, specialties.
In a new ad campaign aimed at distinguishing itself from low-cost competitors, the airline is emphasizing the in-flight perks included with a standard ticket.
The pilot, Betty Pina, an Army veteran who flew helicopter missions in Afghanistan, said in a lawsuit that she was drugged and sexually assaulted during a layover.
The Hotel Californian features Moroccan-inspired design and Mediterranean dishes at its fine dining restaurant.
The cuisine at JuneBaby, which opened in the spring of 2017, is at once homey and familiar, yet refined and upscale — and offers a history lesson of sorts.