09-JUL-13: Four Seasons Hotel Beverly Hills

Four Seasons Hotel Beverly Hills (at Doheny and Burton Way)

Four Seasons Hotel Beverly Hills

Four Seasons Hotel Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

 

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20-JUN-13: Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (in the City of Los Angeles)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (in the City of Los Angeles)

Mr. C's Hotel

Mr. C Hotel Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Beverly Hills1224 Beverwill Dr (at Pico), Los Angeles, CA

Here are some more photos:

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

The Private Dining Room, Meeting or Conference Room:

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

“Ah yes, a bit o’ the bubbly…”

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

We took the tour:

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

The “Standard” Room:

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

The “One-Bedroom Suite”:

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

And the “Premium Luxury Studio Suite” with the Beverly Hills View:

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

The Beverly Hills View from the 11th Floor:

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Century City from the Mr. C Hotel  (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Minibar at Mr. C Hotel (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

And now the Penthouse Event Center on the 12th Floor:

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

View looking towards Downtown from the 12th floor of the Mr C. Hotel  (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

View towards Downtown from the 12th floor of the Mr. C Hotel (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

View of Century City from the 12th Floor of the Mr. C Hotel (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C’s Yacht Club (the pool, patio, outdoor bar and cabanas):

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

View of the hotel from the Yacht Club:

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr C. Hotel - Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Mr. C Hotel – Beverly Hills (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

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INTRODUCING ROYAL CARIBBEAN’S, THE QUANTUM OF THE SEAS!

ROYAL CARIBBEAN’S NEWEST SHIP, THE QUANTUM OF THE SEAS

Royal Caribbean's newest ship the Quantum of the Seas

Royal Caribbean’s newest ship the Quantum of the Seas

The Sea is Calling. Answer it Royally.

The sea is calling.  It whispers your name, inviting you in.  Some barely hear the call over the noise of their lives.  Others answer it quietly by dipping a toe or wading ankle deep in its shore.  But going in halfway isn’t our way.

We believe in answering the call in a way that is as majestic as the sea itself.

When the sea calls with breathtaking views, we answer with balcony rooms big enough to take them in.  When the sea calls your name, we answer by knowing your name.  A sea that sparkles with light is answered with a Vitality Spa that fills you with light.  And when the sea calls with endless destinations, we answer with the best destination to see them all.  You could say answering the call of the sea is our calling.  And there aren’t enough anchors in the world to hold us back.

This explains why we’re the only global cruise line sailing every major sea in the world.

The Sea is Calling. Answer it Royally.

Royal-Caribbean

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Hey Now! National Travel & Tourism Week is May 4-12, 2013!

SOME VERY INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT THE TRAVEL INDUSTRY!

U.S. Travel Association - www.ustravel.org

U.S. Travel Association – http://www.ustravel.org

LEISURE TRAVEL

■ Direct spending on leisure travel by domestic and international travelers totaled $564 billion in 2011.

■ Spending on leisure travel generated $86 billion in tax revenue.

■ 3 out of 4 domestic trips taken are for leisure purposes (77%).

■ U.S. residents logged 1.5 billion person-trips for leisure purposes in 2011.

■ Top 5 leisure travel activities for U.S. domestic travelers: (1) visiting relatives; (2) shopping; (3) visiting friends; (4) fine dining; and (5) beaches.

BUSINESS TRAVEL

■ Direct spending on business travel by domestic and international travelers, including expenditures on meetings, events and incentive programs (ME&I), totaled $249 billion in 2011.

■ ME&I travel accounted for $99 billion of all business travel spending.

■ U.S. residents logged 458 million person-trips for business purposes in 2011, with more than one-third (36%) for meetings and events.

■ For every dollar invested in business travel, businesses benefit from an average of $12.50 in increased revenue and $3.80 in new profits.

(Person-trip defined as one person trip away from home overnight in paid accommodations or a day or overnight trip 50 miles one-way or more from home.)

LA Times Travel Show 2013 (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Los Angeles Times Travel Show 2013 (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL

■ In 2011, international traveler spending (export receipts) totaled $153 billion and travel spending abroad by Americans totaled $110 billion (travel import payments), creating a trade surplus of $43 billion in favor of the U.S.

■ The U.S.received 62.3 million international arrivals in 2011. Of those, approximately 27.9 million were from overseas markets and 34.4 million were from Canada and Mexico.

■ The United States’ share of total international arrivals is 6.4% (down from 7.5% in 2000).

■ International travel spending directly supported about 1.2 million U.S. jobs and wages of $28.5 billion.

■ Each overseas traveler spends approximately $4,300 when they visit the U.S. and stay on average more than 17 nights.

■ Overseas arrivals represent 45% of all international arrivals, yet account for 78% of total international travel receipts.

■ Greatest challenges facing international visitors: burdensome visa process; unwelcoming entry experience.

■ Top 5 leisure travel activities for overseas visitors: (1) shopping; (2) dining; (3) city sightseeing; (4) visiting historical places; and (5) amusement/theme parks.

U.S. Travel Association

U.S. Travel Association

The U.S. Travel Association is the national, non-profit organization representing all components of the travel industry that generates $1.9 trillion in economic output. It is the voice for the collective interests of the U.S. travel industry and the association’s 1,400 member organizations. U.S. Travel’s mission is to promote and facilitate increased travel to and within the United States.

30-APR-13: Hotel Amarano – Burbank, CA

Poolside.

Hotel Amarano - Burbank, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Hotel Amarano – Burbank, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

A beautiful luxury “boutique” hotel in beautiful downtown Burbank!

Hotel Amarano - Burbank, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Hotel Amarano – Burbank, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Hotel Amarano - Burbank, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Hotel Amarano – Burbank, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Hotel Amarano - Burbank, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Hotel Amarano – Burbank, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Hotel Amarano - Burbank, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Hotel Amarano – Burbank, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Hotel Amarano - Burbank, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Hotel Amarano – Burbank, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Hotel Amarano - Burbank, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Hotel Amarano – Burbank, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Hotel Amarano - Burbank, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Hotel Amarano – Burbank, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

THE SUITE:

Hotel Amarano - Burbank, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Hotel Amarano – Burbank, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Hotel Amarano - Burbank, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Hotel Amarano – Burbank, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Hotel Amarano - Burbank, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Hotel Amarano – Burbank, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Hotel Amarano - Burbank, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Hotel Amarano – Burbank, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

The Suite has a Private Fitness Room, Jacuzzi, Cabana and Large Terrace:

Hotel Amarano - Burbank, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Hotel Amarano – Burbank, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Hotel Amarano - Burbank, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Hotel Amarano – Burbank, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Hotel Amarano - Burbank, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Hotel Amarano – Burbank, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Hotel Amarano – 322 N. Pass Ave (at Oak), Burbank, CA 91505

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This Week’s Blog: Just the Facts.

From the Desk of the U.S. TRAVEL ASSOCIATION:

U.S. Travel Association - www.ustravel.org

U.S. Travel Association

SOME VERY INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT THE TRAVEL INDUSTRY!

LEISURE TRAVEL

■ Direct spending on leisure travel by domestic and international travelers totaled $564 billion in 2011.

■ Spending on leisure travel generated $86 billion in tax revenue.

■ 3 out of 4 domestic trips taken are for leisure purposes (77%).

■ U.S. residents logged 1.5 billion person-trips for leisure purposes in 2011.

■ Top 5 leisure travel activities for U.S. domestic travelers: (1) visiting relatives; (2) shopping; (3) visiting friends; (4) fine dining; and (5) beaches.

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BUSINESS TRAVEL

■ Direct spending on business travel by domestic and international travelers, including expenditures on meetings, events and incentive programs (ME&I), totaled $249 billion in 2011.

■ ME&I travel accounted for $99 billion of all business travel spending.

■ U.S. residents logged 458 million person-trips for business purposes in 2011, with more than one-third (36%) for meetings and events.

■ For every dollar invested in business travel, businesses benefit from an average of $12.50 in increased revenue and $3.80 in new profits.

(Person-trip defined as one person on a trip away from home overnight in paid accommodations or on a day or overnight trip 50 miles one-way or more from home.)

Horizon Air - Alaska Airlines at LAX (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Horizon Air – Alaska Airlines at LAX (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL

■ In 2011, international traveler spending (export receipts) totaled $153 billion and travel spending abroad by Americans totaled $110 billion (travel import payments), creating a trade surplus of $43 billion in favor of the U.S.

■ The U.S.received 62.3 million international arrivals in 2011. Of those, approximately 27.9 million were from overseas markets and 34.4 million were from Canada and Mexico.

■ The United States’ share of total international arrivals is 6.4% (down from 7.5% in 2000).

■ International travel spending directly supported about 1.2 million U.S. jobs and wages of $28.5 billion.

■ Each overseas traveler spends approximately $4,300 when they visit the U.S. and stay on average more than 17 nights.

■ Overseas arrivals represent 45% of all international arrivals, yet account for 78% of total international travel receipts.

■ Greatest challenges facing international visitors: burdensome visa process; unwelcoming entry experience.

■ Top 5 leisure travel activities for overseas visitors: (1) shopping; (2) dining; (3) city sightseeing; (4) visiting historical places; and (5) amusement/theme parks.

U.S. Travel Association

U.S. Travel Association – http://www.ustravel.org

The U.S. Travel Association is the national, non-profit organization representing all components of the travel industry that generates $1.9 trillion in economic output. It is the voice for the collective interests of the U.S. travel industry and the association’s 1,400 member organizations. U.S. Travel’s mission is to promote and facilitate increased travel to and within the United States.

Pic of the Day 02-MAR-13: Waikoloa Sunset

Who wants to go to Hawaii?*

A beautiful Waikoloa sunset on the Big Island of Hawaii (copyright 2010 Joshua Weisel)

Waikoloa Sunset on the Big Island of Hawaii (copyright 2010 JoshWillTravel)

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Westin Bonaventure Hotel - Los Angeles, California (copyright 2010 Joshua Weisel)

Westin Bonaventure Hotel – Los Angeles, California (copyright 2010 JoshWillTravel)

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