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TRS Yucatan Hotel Within The Grand Palladium Resorts Riviera Maya, Mexico As Reviewed By A Travel Agent

TRS Hotels are part of the Palladium Group of Hotels. The all-inclusive TRS brand is establishing a foothold in the Americas with the Costa Mujeres property opening in the fall of 2018 north of Cancun, the TRS Turquesa currently operating in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic and the new TRS Yucatan.  This brand represents the upscale, […]

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A Travel Agent’s Review of RIU Republica Dominican Republic (Adults-Only)

Written by Denise McCain. The best part of the Dominican Republic is the beaches. These beaches are compact sand you can walk for miles on without struggling with balance or sinking. Nothing better than listening to the ocean, feeling the breeze, while casually strolling/wading along the beach. The RIU Republica is a long property with […]

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February 13, 2017

Now on Sale: Over-the-Water Bungalows in St. Lucia

The new Over-The-Water Bungalows at Sandals Grande St. Lucian deliver an immersive journey of the Caribbean’s finest turquoise waters. Featuring a Tranquility Soaking Tub™ for two, an over-the-water hammock, sun deck with swim-up platform, and “sea-through” glass floors, these innovative suites marry modern luxury with exotic palapa-style architecture. Best of all, guests can indulge in […]

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March 14, 2016

Now on Sale: Over-the-Water Suites in the Caribbean

Reminiscent of a Tahiti-style bungalow, these gorgeous Over-the-Water Suites convey an intimate connection to the Caribbean Sea. An unforgettably exotic Luxury Included® experience awaits at Sandals Royal Caribbean in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Located off the resort’s private offshore island, the five ultra-spacious suites offer 1,700 square feet with every luxury imaginable included. Perched on a […]

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What You Need To Know About Travel to Cuba

Written by Molly Goldsmith (Classic Travel Intern, Spring 2015). Cuba is not a particularly dangerous island nation. Despite this fact, nearly all travel, trade, and business from the United States has been restricted for over 60 years. Human rights organizations and advocacy groups have maintained that the embargo causes detrimental effects to the Cuban economy […]

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