Everybody has some luxury they indulge in while traveling. Maybe it's a spa treatment, using Frequent Flyer miles to upgrade to Business Class or just an afternoon spent reading a good book without interruption.
What's your favorite luxury when you're traveling? Remember that travel doesn't have to mean some place exotic -- it can be a weekend only an hour from home, too!
Las Vegas is an extremely beautiful and fascinating city which attracts millions of tourists every year. It has become one of the most famous vacation spot where people flock from all over the country to relax and enjoy the beauties of the place. To enjoy the real beauty of Las Vegas and these facilities, you have to choose the right hotel which provide you good packages to not only save your money but also for your great entertainment.They provide various facilities which include casinos, clubs, gyms and much more. You can have a memorable trip to Las Vegas and you can do without breaking the bank or coming home broke.
My new favorite travel luxury is having a driver meet me at the jet way, take my carry-on, zip me through immigration ahead of the lonnnggg line of travelers with a flash of his ID badge, collect my checked baggage and deliver me to a waiting Jaguar that drives me to my hotel.
A good friend and I recently traveled to Paris to visit her daughter who was studying abroad. As a surprise, her husband arranged for the hotel to send the driver/ guide to accompany us. After a long night sitting in "steerage" (can they make those coach/ economy seats ANY closer together and still fit seated adults in those spaces?), I can't imagine a better welcome to the City of Lights! Jen
I always make time for a spa treatment. Depending on the length of my flight I'll either book it for right when we arrive or after some long, planned sightseeing days. There's nothing more relaxing than a massage and then going back to the hotel room (or a massage in the hotel room - even better!)
Whatever savings I get on accommodations (for instance, booking 4-star instead of 5) I always spend on nice meals. No matter what city you're in, there's probably a top-tier restaurant somewhere - so why not enjoy the best of local cuisine?