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Published on : Thursday, December 31, 2015
With 2016 knocking on the door the travel industry has spread its broad wings to usher another successful year. With some great trends in airlines, hospitality and destinations, Travel And Tour World has planned out the best that you can expect from the industry in 2016.
The airline industry is competing with high standards that are constantly challenging each other to provide better services for customers. With standards being no less than the other there are still some specifications that make some airlines get an edge over the other.
The most favourite airline in 2016 is expected to be Air New Zealand. Winner of the prestigious Airline Excellence Awards it was deemed as the Premium Economy Class and Best Economy Class airline. Praised for its continuous passenger innovations including operational safety and economy passenger options Air New Zealand can easily convert into a flat surface for rest and relaxation.
World Airline Awards winner Doha-based Qatar Airways has achieved success in best Business class seats and its introductory A380 and A350 aircraft have set new benchmark standard in comfort in sating designs offering space an d privacy.
Singapore Airlines has been awarded the World’s Best Business Class over Qatar airways and Cathay Pacific. While Cathay Pacific is the best transpacific airlines in the 2015 Skytrax World Airline Awards and its trend will continue in 2016.
Middle East is playing a dominant role in the airline industry, Turkish Airlines boasts of its Best Business Class lounge dining offering the best local and International dishes. Emirates offer the best in-flight entertainment along with best First Class Comfort Amenities which even top its closest local rival Etihad Airways whose wow factor never ceases to amaze travellers with first class innovations in their competitive cabin products.
ANA All Nippon Airlines offers the best airport staff; Garuda Indonesia has the world’s best cabin staff. While Eva Airlines has the world’s cleanest airline and Qantas Airways offers Best Business Class Comfort Amenities and great meal options.
Virgin America (The Americas), Scoot (Asia/Pacific), Kulula.com (Middle East/Africa) and Norwegian (Europe) airlines offer the lowest price at the best value.
To make your hotel experience happening check out what 2016 has in store:
Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC is offering luxurious accommodations, a fine dining pop-up restaurant experience and tickets to the hotel’s Veuve Clicquot Champagne Soirée.
The Capital Countdown offer starts at USD 995 and includes:
With the best prices for dining the Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC is the obvious choice to welcome your 2016 with celebrations.
Conservatorium Hotel is planned an evening with chilled bottle of champagne in each guest’s room, waiting to kick start the party mood. Serving wonderful four-course dinner themed with the most lavish of ingredients, lobster and Wagyu beef, and paired with the hotel’s exceptional cellar of wines. There will be party in Tunes bar, where a DJ will be playing all the top tracks and the amazing bartenders will be serving champagne with their classic gin and tonics. The following morning on New Year’s Day, a restorative traditional breakfast will be served, and all Conservatorium guests will enjoy a complimentary late check-out. The New Year’s Eve is priced from €745 per room per night, including breakfast, four-course meal in Taiko, a bottle of champagne and late check-out.
Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita celebrates the festive mood in its beachfront restaurant Bambou. Vibrant decorations, live entertainers, fireworks over the lagoon and live cooking stations set the scene for a night to remember. To keep the kids entertained, a children’s beach tent with Kids’ Club supervisors will offer a choice of games and activities, as well as resting areas for young guests. With special baked treats, beach carnivals, the hotel provides a mix of luxurious and complementary offers to welcome 2016.
Destinations to watch out:
Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil
Nicknamed as “bride of the sun”, this is one of the classiest choices for the holiday makers. With the perfect match of idyllic beach escape and the bucolic charm, it is quite rightly known as Brazil’s elbow where the Atlantic seaboard makes a sensual swerve. Rio de Janeiro, reigns over a coastline that racks up some 233 days of sunshine a year. habitat for the world’s largest cashew tree, among the nonstop wave of sands, Rio Grande do Norte is one of the most welcoming, and sun-splashed, places in Brazil which can be visited any time of the year.
Metro Manila, Philippines
Long been overlooked, Philippines are now growing its attention for the maverick travellers. As a south-east Asia travel destination, most people visiting the place wants to get straight out of congested and noisy Manila as soon as possible. The old colonial walled city can be explored on foot or by horse and carriage, known as Calesa. A comparatively untapped destination than its neighbourhood like Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam, Philippines is definitely going to spoil you with the cornucopia of memories.
Thrace Region, Turkey
The little-explored Thrace region of Turkey starts from Istanbul and stretches north-west between the Black and Aegean Seas has been a virgin destination for most of the holiday makers. Wine making has been a tradition in this part of Turkey for over a thousand years which makes it all the most a preferred halt spot for the admirers of this spirited drink. The gently rolling hills of the area are home to thousands of acres of vines where you can indulge yourself to a pampering holiday. It also has the 5 star boutique hotels for a fully immersive wine experience. Absorbing more of the cultures of Bulgaria and Greece, it is a complete contrast to the traditional Turkey of the East.