Tag Archives: Family travel

What’s it Like to Take a Summer Family Holiday Abroad Post Lockdown? Some Key Learnings and Advice for Family Travellers from GEC PR Director, Sarah Salord

 

As a family of seasoned travellers, taking regular trips abroad to see relatives in France and Qatar -and even a six week summer sabbatical to Chicago with a toddler and baby in tow – it was strange and sad for us to be unable to travel abroad during the five months of lockdown.

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The Maldives Announces 94% Of Resorts To Reopen By October 2020

Following the reopening of Maldivian borders to international visitors on 15th July 2020, Maldives Marketing and PR Corporation (MMPRC) has announced that 146 of its 156 resorts in operation will reopen to guests by the end of October 2020 following health and safety measures set out by the Ministry of Tourism.

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Maldives Resumes Tourism on 15 July 2020 with the Launch of “Rediscover Maldives…the Sunny Side of Life” Campaign

To commence the reopening of borders for all nationalities in the Maldives, and to launch the “Rediscover Maldives…the sunny side of life” campaign, Maldives Marketing & Public Relations Corporation (MMPRC) hosted a virtual press conference on 15 July 2020. Top international media from 21 countries including the main source markets of UK, China, Italy, India, Germany, Russia, France, Saudi Arabia, and Japan, participated in this live conference with almost 300 attendees in total.

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Future Of Travel: APH.com Research Finds Majority Of Airlines Are Cashless

Travel has come a long way since the days of traveller’s cheques and queuing at traditional bureaux de change, and the payment methods holidaymakers use abroad are rapidly changing with only 9% of purchases expected to be made in cash by 2028*. Airlines are also adopting a more cash-free approach with only 5 of 15 major airlines still accepting cash payments onboard. Airport Parking and Hotels (APH) is therefore helping savvy travellers keep up-to-date with these developments, by releasing an infographic guide detailing which methods of payment are accepted onboard airlines.

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Don’t Be ‘Pampered Out’: Airport Parking & Hotels (APH.com) Compares Familiar Baby Products Available Abroad

To help savvy young families plan ahead and pack accordingly for their next holiday, the award-winning airport parking operator and retailer Airport Parking & Hotels (APH.com) has compared baby products available in 10 popular family holiday destinations, including France, Spain and the USA.  Continue reading

Alessandra Alonso Named A Finalist In The UK Social Enterprise Awards

Alessandra Alonso, founder of Women in Travel (CIC), the social enterprise dedicated to empowering women through employability and entrepreneurship in the travel industry, has been shortlisted for the UK Social Enterprise Awards 2019 in the Women in Social Enterprise category.

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Kyoto Traveler’s Inn Shares Top Five Kyoto Experiences For Rugby World Cup Visitors

27 September 2019 – Those travelling to Japan for the Rugby World Cup shouldn’t just limit themselves to the Japanese host cities where the rugby matches will take place as there is so much more Japan has to offer. And no trip to Japan would be complete without a visit to Japan’s old capital city Kyoto, also home to the Japanese imperial family well into the nineteenth century. Kyoto Traveler’s Inn, one of Kyoto’s best-placed hotels, shares its top five mustn’t-miss experiences in Kyoto this Autumn.

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Do You Know Your Onsen From Your Tatami? Kyoto Traveler’s Inn Shares Japanese Etiquette Guide For UK Holidaymakers

Kyoto Traveler’s Inn has shared some tips on key Japanese etiquette for UK sports fans heading to Japan this autumn for the Rugby World Cup 2019.

Intrepid travellers keen to experience traditional Japanese hospitality and explore the Japanese city of Kyoto can do this and more during a stay at Kyoto Traveler’s Inn, which is located in the Okazaki area of the Higashiyama district of the city. The hotel is well-suited for those who want to see the sites of Kyoto following the Rugby World Cup games, since many of the city’s shrines and temples are located within walking distance from the hotel.

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Shhh… Click&Boat Reveals The Secret Late Summer Destinations You Can Only Get To By Boat

For intrepid travellers looking for their own slice of paradise, the boat hire platform Click&Boat has revealed four hidden late summer European destinations accessible only by boat. Continue reading