An Insider's Guide to Travel: News, Tips, Information & Inspiration

Articles written by: PeterGreenberg.com

Travel Tip: How Hotels are Staying Competitive for Your Business
Travel Tips / Hotels & Accommodations

Travel Tip: How Hotels are Staying Competitive for Your Business

There’s a big battle going on between major hotel companies and the online travel agencies. The hotel companies want you to book directly with them to avoid paying commissions, but… Read More…

Radio Guest List—Celebrity Constellation in the Suez Canal—November 25, 2017
Radio Show / Guest List

Radio Guest List—Celebrity Constellation in the Suez Canal—November 25, 2017

This week, Peter Greenberg Worldwide broadcasts aboard the Celebrity Constellation in the Suez Canal. The Suez Canal connects the Mediterranean Sea to the Red Sea through the Isthmus of Suez… Read More…

Wheelchair Accessible Northwest Arkansas: Where Art & Nature Abound
Accessible Travel / USA

Wheelchair Accessible Northwest Arkansas: Where Art & Nature Abound

Located in the Northwest Arkansas town of Bentonville, Crystal Bridges Museum has gained attention because of its distinct art and architecture. Contributing writers Barbara and Jim Twardowski recently visited Bentonville and explored… Read More…

Travel Tip: One Way You Can Rent Luxury Cars When You Travel
Travel Tips / Car Travel

Travel Tip: One Way You Can Rent Luxury Cars When You Travel

Here’s the ultimate test drive for new luxury cars. A number of different automakers are letting people rent luxury cars by the month. Since 2015, Audi has a program called… Read More…

Peter Greenberg Worldwide—The Rubens at The Palace in London, England—November 18, 2017
Radio Show

Peter Greenberg Worldwide—The Rubens at The Palace in London, England—November 18, 2017

This week, Peter Greenberg Worldwide broadcasts from The Rubens At The Palace in London, England. It’s a hotel whose history is ingrained in more than three hundred years of hosting… Read More…

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Travel Tips / Money, Currency & Credit

Travel Tip: Travel Credit Cards With the Most Rewards & Travel Deals

More and more Americans are applying for credit cards than ever before. That also means Americans now carry more than one credit card. But which cards offer the most travel… Read More…

Radio Guest List—The Rubens At The Palace in London, England—November 18, 2017
Radio Show / Guest List

Radio Guest List—The Rubens At The Palace in London, England—November 18, 2017

This week, the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show broadcasts from The Rubens At The Palace in London, England. It’s a hotel whose history is ingrained in more than three hundred… Read More…

Travel Tip: Drop in Foreign Tourism to US Continues to Hurt Economy
Travel News / Travel Tips

Travel Tip: Drop in Foreign Tourism to US Continues to Hurt Economy

The most recent numbers are in, and they are not positive. Fewer foreign tourists are visiting the U.S., and the American economy is losing billions in the process. According to… Read More…

Tools for the Traveler: Taking Advantage of Shoulder Season
Travel Tools / Destinations

Tools for the Traveler: Taking Advantage of Shoulder Season

Contributing writers Natalie Compagno and Greg Freitas find the best Tools for the Traveler each month, mapping out the most efficient ways to see a destination and the best techniques… Read More…

Travel Tip: Should You Book a Temperature Guarantee at a Hotel?
Travel Tips / Hotels & Accommodations

Travel Tip: Should You Book a Temperature Guarantee at a Hotel?

It’s that time of year for the temperature or weather guarantee offered by a number of hotels and resorts. It’s an interesting stunt, but some smart travelers play the game… Read More…

Ask A Concierge: The Neon Museum in Las Vegas
Ask A Concierge / West

Ask A Concierge: The Neon Museum in Las Vegas

When you think of Las Vegas, you probably think of huge neon signs. Many of the city’s more famous casinos are no longer with us; however, something of Sin City’s… Read More…

Travel Tip: More Airlines Try to Fit Even More People on Airplanes
Travel Tips / Airlines & Airports

Travel Tip: More Airlines Try to Fit Even More People on Airplanes

Just when you thought your coach seat couldn’t get more uncomfortable, think again. A number of airlines are quietly trying to squeeze more seats into the back of the plane…. Read More…

Travel Tip: Will Your Flight Be On Time? Check the Type of Aircraft
Travel Tips / Airlines & Airports

Travel Tip: Will Your Flight Be On Time? Check the Type of Aircraft

The next time you want to know if your flight will be on time, it might not be enough to check the departure board or the weather at your departing… Read More…

Peter Greenberg Worldwide—One Aldwych Hotel in London, England—November 11, 2017
Radio Show

Peter Greenberg Worldwide—One Aldwych Hotel in London, England—November 11, 2017

This week, Peter Greenberg Worldwide broadcasts from One Aldwych, one of the great design hotels in London, which is about to celebrate its 20th anniversary. Simon Calder, Senior Travel Editor… Read More…

Travel Tip: The Stories Behind Three Travel Industry Lawsuits
Travel Tips / Airlines & Airports

Travel Tip: The Stories Behind Three Travel Industry Lawsuits

Welcome to the brave new world of litigious airline passengers. A Canadian man sued an airline because it advertised a champagne toast for passengers on board. It’s affectionately called The… Read More…

Travel Tip: New Security Measures for Flights to the United States
Travel News / Travel Tips / Airlines & Airports

Travel Tip: New Security Measures for Flights to the United States

Do you like to travel overseas? If you have a passport, leaving the country is easy. But what many travelers don’t realize is that coming back could be more difficult… Read More…

Travel Tip: Why There are Still Ashtrays on Airplanes
Travel Tips / Airlines & Airports

Travel Tip: Why There are Still Ashtrays on Airplanes

I was on a flight the other day and happened to look down at my armrest. Much to my surprise, there was still an ashtray. Smoking has been banned on… Read More…

Travel Tip: Will the Southwest Effect Reach Hawaii?
Travel Tips / Airlines & Airports

Travel Tip: Will the Southwest Effect Reach Hawaii?

In the airline business, it’s called the Southwest Effect. Since the 1990s, whenever Southwest Airlines enters a new market, airfares tend to drop. In some cases, that price fall is… Read More…

Caribbean Hotels Open for the Holidays
Caribbean / Luxe Lodgings

Caribbean Hotels Open for the Holidays

The holidays are fast approaching, and plans are being made for winter getaways. Luxe Lodgings contributor Angela Fairhurst found hotels in Florida and across the Caribbean that have reopened after… Read More…