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Welcome to The Morning Shave. We read a ton of travel articles each day for our personal research and to share the best travel tips and tricks with you. Here are the articles for Friday, September 8, 2017, that we think you should read.
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Prepare to Bring Your Own Blanket and Headphones on Transatlantic Flights. – Studies confirm that travelers are more concerned about cost than amenities (although we complain a lot), so they are just giving us what we want. Lower fares in exchange for fewer benefits.
Hyatt Expands Wellness Portfolio With Acquisition Of Spa Brand Exhale. – After the acquisitions of Miraval and (now) Exhale, you can see the direction that Hyatt is heading to diversify away from traditional hotels and add more value to the World of Hyatt program. Check out Ben’s review of the Hyatt Miraval Resort.
Earn Up to 3,000 Bonus IHG Rewards Club Points by Dining as a New Member. – I love being able to earn points for activities you were going to do anyway… and without needing to apply for a new card! Link your credit cards with Dosh to double-dip with cash back too.
This Is Officially the Best Hotel Suite in the World, Complete With Bulletproof Windows and a Private Spa. – This hotel suite is absolutely gorgeous. Must be nice to be able to drop $20K for a one-night stay. Baller status achieved.
Privacy during business travel. – You must take steps to protect your safety because hackers are lurking everywhere.
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