UK Travel News
Courtyard by Marriott has announced its debut in the city as work officially starts on the multi-million-pound hotel.
New research from Travel Republic has revealed that much of the UK is in the depths of holiday fantasies and living alternative lives at their desks.
Philippine Airlines (PAL), has announced the launch of the first direct link connecting the Philippines to the capital of Cambodia, Phnom Penh, from the airline’s Manila hub.
Condor Ferries is reducing the use of plastic across its fleet which will see one million single-use items replaced by 'Vegware' this year.
ABTA – The Travel Association reports that more than 4.5 million UK holidaymakers are set to make a getaway to warmer climates this winter.
On the Beach has become the UK’s first online travel agent to launch a direct integration with Emirates through Online B2B, the airline’s NDC API. The integration will see On the Beach…
Agent alert! Bourne Leisure, the company behind well known brands like Haven Holidays, Warner Leisure Hotels, and that icon of UK’s hospitality landscape, Butlin's has announced a brand new…
IHG’s extended-stay brand, Staybridge Suites, has announced to open minutes away from one of the busiest airports in the world, Heathrow Airport.
ABTA – The Travel Association is today releasing new findings, revealing that nearly three quarters (73%) of UK families expect a company that organises school travel to be an ABTA…
Mondrian London has announced it is now managed by Lore Group, entering the next chapter of its history as Sea Containers London.
With all the Brexit talk going on, CLIA UK & Ireland reassures UK and EU citizens that the cruise industry will continue to grow and remain strong.
On The Go Tours has analysed data from the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) 2018 Tourism Highlights Report and crunched the numbers from the last decade to decipher the…
Paul McClorry, head of travel litigation at Hudgell Solicitors, has shared his top tips to better handle the uncertainties that come with Brexit.
The USA’s Route 66 has been named as the most Instagram-worthy road trip in the world, according to a study commissioned by Hertz in the UK.
With Brexit only a few weeks away, it might be expected that holidaymakers would wait and see before booking their summer holidays.