World of Hyatt now features new properties in Big Sur, Bali and China. With each of these integrations, Hyatt status gets more valuable. Find out where these new hotels are located.
I’m picking back up where I fell off the apple cart on my trip to Porto, Azores and Lisbon. Next up is a review of Azores Airlines. They’re an airline you may not be considering, but they fly to a place you definitely should. You can see what I’ve covered so far: Sheraton Porto Review If You Had One Day In Porto….. The Azores are a place that has enchanted me for quite some time. I’ve been fortunate enough to end up in Lisbon a few times on business trips […]
May marks the fifth month in a row where I’ve kept track of the Wi-Fi reliability on all of my flights. With over 50 flights in the books, we have enough of a sample size to start making some reasonable conclusions.
Resort fees are uniformly hated by customers. They don’t bother me as much as some other folks. However, a recent announcement by Booking.com does bother me. The online travel agency is poised to make more money when you book a hotel with a resort fee. And, that’s not good for consumers in any way, shape or form.
World of Hyatt and American Airlines are going old school. Members of both loyalty programs can enjoy double dip opportunities, earning both points and miles on hotel stays and flights with Hyatt and American. Additionally, elite members of one program will be able to status match to the other. In some cases, members will have a shortcut to top-tier status.
Every once in a while there are opportunities for me to feature content on Pizza in Motion that otherwise wouldn’t be possible. Today’s post is an example of that. I don’t have any plans to be in Turkey anytime soon, But, my best friend David had a stopover at Istanbul’s new airport recently and offered to write a few paragraphs up for my readers. Hope you enjoy! Hi everyone! I have a confession to make. I’m not Ed, and I’m not eating a doughnut. But for this post I’m playing the part of Ed. […]
It’s worth trying ways to make the passenger experience more pleasant on airplanes, even if some of the proposed solutions don’t sound like they’re actually better. But, is Delta creating more space for passengers? No, not even if they say they are.
Wi-Fi is so critical for me on airplanes, and yet so unreliable. I’ve begun tracking my success rate with Wi-Fi on different carriers to see if my frustration in the moment matches my results. So far, with almost half of my flights experiencing some sort of Wi-Fi issues, my frustration seems appropriate.