Waldorf Astoria Park City Named Four-Star in Forbes Travel Guide’s 2021 Star Awards | News

PARK CITY, Utah, Sept. 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Forbes Travel Guide (“FTG”), the only global rating system for luxury hotels, restaurants and spas, today offered a sneak peek at select winners from its upcoming 2021 annual Star Awards. Waldorf Astoria Park City earned a Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel award and will be showcased with other honorees on


Utah’s premier luxury resort by Hilton, Waldorf Astoria Park City encompasses 159 newly renovated rooms and suites, Powder restaurant and the award-winning Waldorf Astoria Spa. The hotel has been established as a beloved property that offers Park City a combination of luxury, family focused adventures, and relaxation. Additionally, Waldorf Astoria Park City features intimate meeting and event space as well as an expansive outdoor space with fire pits, a heated pool and Jacuzzis.

Waldorf Astoria Park City is located in an ideal setting at the Canyons Village base of Park

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Borderlands 3 Signal To Noise Crew Challenge Locations Guide

In this guide, we’ll get you up to speed with all the locations of the Signal to Noise Crew Challenge which is part of the brand new DLC of the Borderlands 3 Psycho Krieg and the Fantastic Fustercluck.

Borderlands 3 Signal to Noise Crew Challenge Locations

In the Signal to Noise Crew Challenge, you’ll have to travel across three locations namely, Castle Crimson, Sapphire’s Run, and Benediction of Pain.

In each of these places, you’ll have to find 3 probes to be done and dusted with this crew challenge.

However, fret not, because our guide below details the locations of all these signal probes in Psycho Krieg DLC. So, let’s get started!

Castle Crimson Crew Challenges

Probe # 1
The first probe is located towards the far south-west.

Use your Fast Travel ability to get there by pressing E.

Once there, jump across the 3 floating platforms in front and

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The complete guide to earning and redeeming with LATAM Pass

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LATAM Pass is the loyalty program of LATAM — an airline created when LAN and TAM merged in 2012. Recently, the airline left the Oneworld alliance after Delta Air Lines purchased 20% of the South American airline , making waves in the region’s travel industry.

Unfortunately, the airline has been hard-hit by the coronavirus-fueled travel downturn. It filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy here in the U.S. and was later delisted from the New York Stock Exchange. Through all of this, though, the airline has said it will continue to operate as it restructures.

In a post-coronavirus world, LATAM will likely have a larger U.S. presence as it works to cooperate with Delta Air Lines. The two airlines still

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How to safely visit national parks this fall

As fall approaches and temperatures cool down, crowds descend on many national parks to witness the annual ritual of leaves turning shades of red, yellow and orange. But because of the pandemic, visiting autumn hot spots such as Acadia, Shenandoah and Great Smoky Mountains national parks is a bit more complicated.

There is social distancing, closures and other state regulations to consider this year, on top of the usual ethics and standards travelers should keep in mind when visiting natural wonders.

The first thing to know is that national parks are undergoing a phased reopening on a park-by-park basis. Check individual park websites to ensure attractions and facilities are open. Policies vary among parks, especially regarding mask use. For those traveling out of state, research state guidelines. A few states such as Maine

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Guyana Launches Online SAVE Guide for Eco-Travelers

The Guyana Tourism Authority (GTA) has launched a digital SAVE Travel Guide designed for scientific, academic, volunteer, educational and sustainability-oriented travelers, as the agency continues initiatives to promote the South American nation as a growing ecotourism destination.

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Kaieteur Falls Guyana

The digital Guide is designed to connect “responsible” travelers with partnering tour operators and lodges to offer “tailored trips focused on personal growth, scientific research, contributing to the positive developments in society, and/or gaining knowledge or academic credit in Guyana’s rainforest and savannah regions,” said GTA in a statement.

The online Guide is also intended to “foster the development of increased SAVE travel experiences to Guyana’s lesser-visited areas and increase visitation to more popular tourism areas during ‘off-peak’ or rainy seasons” and “raise awareness and market demand in Guyana’s key source markets,” including North America.

Travel focused on the scientific, academic, volunteer and educational (“SAVE”) segments

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The Complete Guide to IHG Partnerships and Transfers

Clocking in at around 5,900 hotels worldwide, chances are IHG has a hotel wherever you plan to travel. Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza and Intercontinental are just a few of the 15 IHG brands offering luxury escapes, budget stays and everything in between.

With so many hotels around the world, IHG’s loyalty program, IHG Rewards, gives you lots of chances to use your hard-earned points for free nights, with some redemptions starting as low as 10,000 points.

But the benefits of IHG Rewards don’t end with hotel stays. IHG’s partnerships and special programs give you lots of ways to redeem and earn points or even convert them into airline miles to redeem for flights. Here’s how to get the most out of IHG’s partnerships and transfer opportunities.

Transfer points out: Turn your IHG points into flights

Transfers must be made by phone, and the names on your IHG profile and

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Philadelphia Hotel, Spa Awarded 5 Stars By Forbes Travel Guide

PHILADELPHIA — Philly is now home to a five-star hotel thanks to a new travel guide from Forbes.

Forbes Travel Guide recently published a “sneak peek” at its 2021 five star winners, and the Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia at Comcast Center was among the “world’s best properties.”

This marks the first time a Philadelphia hotel has earned the distinction from Forbes.

The hotel is the highest in all of North America, taking up the top 12 floors of the 1,121-foot, 60-story building (which is Philadelphia’s tallest).

Here’s what Forbes says about the hotel:

Architect Norman Foster and artistic director Jeff Leatham designed a space that is both modern and sleek while remaining warm and comfortable. They softened this urban hotel by subtly bringing the outside in with stunning florals and the strategic use of windows and mirrors that reflect back the blue sky and invite sunlight to flow naturally through

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An Overlander’s Guide to Camping For Free in the U.S.A.

We all know that public land is out there and free for us to use, but accessing and camping on it can be confusing—especially for those who don’t live in the West. To help clear things up we turned to Michael and Corrie Murguia of Overland Bound. They’ve built a community of members dedicated to overlanding (which is like car camping on steroids), and a website where you can access everything there is to know about exploring the world in a 4×4.

a group of clouds in the sky: Keep a log of the places you travel so you can return there next year.

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Keep a log of the places you travel so you can return there next year.

a man riding on the back of a truck driving down a dirt road: Overland rigs are built to explore remote stretches of public land.

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Overland rigs are built to explore remote stretches of public land.

Every year, the Murguias travel through public lands in their 1996 Toyota FZJ80 Land Cruiser designed to go anywhere and camp off-grid. They also help others get involved and learn more about overlanding

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Introducing Easy Travel Recipes, Singaporean One-stop Lifestyle Blog For Travel Guides and Cooking Tips – Press Release

Can travel guide websites really help couples make travel choices, select good destinations? Do cooking tips really help people become better chefs? YES! they can — according to Easy Travel Recipes, a unique Singaporean lifestyle website launched in April 2020 at

The blog is a leader in providing simple travelling guides and cooking tips for couples to enhance their honeymoon experiences.

“Lots of couples ask, ‘Can travel guide websites really help us?” says co-founder, Hong Peng. “Since it’s launching in April, we’ve helped thousands of customers make improved choices for honeymoon destinations. We also knew we could provide an answer by creating a resource that shares how many delicious dishes are put together. And that’s what Easy Travel Recipe is all about. It’s a place where our readers — and, really, anyone interested in traveling, get professional tips on recipes, choice destination, lifestyle, etc.”

The couple blog compiled a

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Beauty blooms in these gardens

By Lynn O’Rourke Hayes


Awash in color, scent and texture, gardens are a welcome gift from the natural world.  Here are five places where beauty is blooming:


1. Longwood Gardens, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania

Families are encouraged to explore the more than 1,000 acres of gardens, woodlands, meadows and fountains as well as a 4.5-acre conservatory that comprise this Pennsylvania gem.  Ask about family story time and scavenger hunts in the Children’s Garden, guided visits to a meadow and invigorating seasonal programs.  Kids will want to scout for the dozens of  whimsical animal statues that can be found throughout the garden.  Visible in all sizes, shapes and colors, some are more than 100 years old. You’ll also find an entire garden area dedicated to the art of topiary. Learn how the pros train plants, shrubs and trees into shapes while marveling at more than 20 examples including a 20-foot-high wedding cake

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