However you like your hotels, the upcoming year is sure to please with spectacular renovations and innovative technologies.
Qantas has cut fuel surcharges on its international flights but it doesn't mean you'll be able to get cheaper fares.
Russian shoppers are staying away from the Dubai Shopping Festival, but visitors from elsewhere are still coming.
Aer Lingus board set to recommend $NZ2billion takeover offer from the owner of British Airways.
It might sound daunting, but Kakadu is the best place for learning to stand - and walk - on your own two feet.
It's easy to see why this cheeky British seaside resort lures thousands of visitors every year.
They're mad and bad, unclean and mean - or so the story goes. These are the cities with the worst reputation in the world.
Iran is a destination with more to offer than you might think - you just have to ask, writes Mike O'Connor.
The stunning Hakone Open Air Museum is as far from stuffy as you can get and adds another dimension to a weekend spa escape from Tokyo.
Passengers ordered off flight to Melbourne after tradesman leaves a screwdriver at Christchurch Airport.
Rocky Mountain National Park is celebrating record numbers of visitors as it marks its 100th anniversary.
Eurostar plan new routes and faster trains in a bid to beat low-cost carriers in the race for bookings.
Nothing beats being greeted like a star when you're hot, sweaty and covered in dirt on Papua New Guinea's main cycling route.
Everyone warns you Old Havana is a facade, but it's impossible not to be taken by its charms, writes Bradley Klapper.
When it comes to holidays it seems it's not necessarily the beaches, sunshine or freedom from our usual routine that makes us happy.
An action-packed trip across the Tasman can leave you with adrenaline overload and tastebuds on fire.
The ultimate Australian bucket-list. Once-in-a-lifetime experiences you need to cross off your list.
Expedia has acquired travel booking site Travelocity $375.5 million in cash.
Some may call it 'a new age of terror', but we have always had to put our trust in strangers when we travel.
From Washington DC to Wanaka, travel blogger Liz Carlson is promoting New Zealand to her thousands of followers.
We showed you 18 of the world's funniest signs. You saw us and raised us with examples of your own.
For motorheads who can't afford to drive a Tesla Model S luxury car, there's always the cheaper option of sleeping in one.
The blue and gold braided beard of famed pharaoh was hastily glued back on after being knocked off during cleaning.
US accident investigators recommend all passenger planes making long flights over water carry improved technology.
The US will support the UN's proposal to share information about risks to aircraft over conflict zones.
A tailor who ordered a bale of cloth unwittingly triggered a chain of events that led to 260 villagers dying.
Eleanor Catton ponders the limitations of words in capturing the power of the land of the long white cloud.
Spies and computers - what could there be to dislike at Bletchley Park?
A Southeast Asian adventure is ruined by an illness, a worm and and an itch that can't be scratched.
Here is our round up of the top travel photos from around the world.