Special Offers

30% off summer sale at Hilton Hotels worldwide


If you are a member of the Hilton Honors program you can benefit from a great summer sale at Hilton hotels worldwide. Rates start from just $65 a night for the Hilton Garden Inn in Dubai or $53 per night in Bali. The Millennium Hilton in Bangkok is available from $84 per night.

If you would rather go for the finer things in life, the Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah with its private soft-sanded beach, six distinct restaurants and lounges and elegant sea-facing guest rooms and suites is also available for 30% off.

If you are not a member of the HHonors program don’t worry, it is free to join. Visit the Hilton website for details.

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Diamond Harbor

Diamond Harbor

Christchurch, New Zealand

A small settlement on the Bank Peninsula and administratively a part of Christchurch, the Diamond Harbor is of scenic beauty with its shinning waters and green shrubs around the hilly areas. A few hours here can refresh tourists of the busy city life and open doors to many more activities like rock climbing, sailing, picnicking, cycling, swimming and snorkeling with dolphins. This route through di...

Lake of Tunis

Lake of Tunis

Tunis, Tunisia

Lake of Tunis is one of the city’s most distinguishable sites. Located in the most posh district of Les Berges du Lac which itself means “the bank of the lake”, the lake is a very attractive site for strolls, picnics and relaxation. Many of the coffee houses located nearby offer seating in balconies overlooking the Tunis Lake.  ...

The Royal Opera House

The Royal Opera House

London, United Kingdom

Based in Covent Garden theatre, The Royal Opera House is one of the largest performing arts venues in London. It is home to the Royal Opera, the Royal Ballet and the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House.    The building has been rebuilt many times since it was first constructed in 1732, but it is still considered a historical landmark and worth a visit even if you’re not planning to watch any of...

Hofburg Imperial Palace

Hofburg Imperial Palace

Vienna, Austria

Has housed a lot of the people influential in Austrian history, including the Habsburg dynasty, and is currently the official residence of the President of Austria. Contains, among other interesting spots, chapels (Hofkapelle, Hofmusikkapelle, Burgkapelle), museums (the Naturhistorisches Museum & Kunsthistorisches Museum), the Imperial Library, state treasury, the national theatre(Burgtheater)...