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The Peninsula Chicago: Jewel in the windy city's Magnificent Mile crown

On a spring morning this year when Chicago was bracing for waves of celebratory crowds in the streets for its annual big, green St. Patrick's Day, I woke up to a quiet, sublime morning in a hotel suite overlooking Michigan Avenue. 

Hotel Richer de Belleval: Where luxury meets bistronomy in southern France city Montpellier

When the Uber driver dropped us off on the main street of Monpellier driving through the iconic city gateway that is Porte du Peyrou, I thought my five-star hotel was just around with some impressive portico.

The Frankfurt Marriott: Germany's tallest hotel is a smart pick for leisure and work visits

When I checked in at The Frankfurt Marriott Hotel this February, the dawn was breaking. From the window of my 28th floor room, a vast canvas of Frankfurt was unfolding with the gradual onset of the sunlight.

Sri Lanka: Four hotels and an Indian fanboy of the island nation

Supriyo Hazra takes you on a merry-go-round of some of Sri Lanka's luxury properties spanning across its iconic beaches, hills, rocks, tea plantations and plains

Our executive chef is Indian as well: Sherene Allaman, Sun International, on why South Africa is an Indian favourite

With international tourism gearing up after the nearly two-year-long pandemic induced hiatus, one of Indians' favourite destinations, South Africa, is wooing back the tourists from this part of the world. The hotel industry in South Africa is upbeat once again. Sherene Allaman, Vice President—International Sales and Marketing, Sun International, speaks to IBNS-NITN editor Sujoy Dhar on why their property should be on the bucket list of travellers with different budgets

Veranda Tamarin: Boho-chic budget beach escape in Mauritius

It was on the day I was checking out that I learnt that Veranda Tamarin is a surf hotel with a surf school since this uber cool boutique property is on the only beach in Mauritius where you can surf in the absence of coral reefs under the water.  I would spot the surfers on the beach silhouetted against the twilight sky walking back to their retreats with their surfboards.  

Le Méridien Ile Maurice: Unleash the lotus eater in Mauritius

When our car reached the periphery of Le Méridien Ile Maurice on the street by which it 'grandstands', I was expecting to be marvelled by the usually imposing porch of a starry Marriott property by the Indian ocean. 

Sarovar Hotels and Resorts implements touchless service and other protocols for post pandemic opening

New Delhi/IBNS: As restrictions imposed to contain th COVID-19 pandemic are being gradually relaxed, the Indian hospitality industry is getting ready to implement hygiene protocols to ensure a safe environment for guests and staff.