The holiday season of 2016 has only just come to an end. Christmas has taken its financial toll on the majority of people in the world and many are struggling to get back into the working mentality after indulging in a month of decadent food and drink. Whilst the holidays might be over, it is a new opportunity to start planning ahead for the holidays you will take this year. Here is our pick of the top travel destinations in 2017.
Though widely regarded as a place for kids, Walt Disney World has plenty up its sleeve for adults. The trick is figuring out how both adults and kids can maximize their fun at the same time. So, whether you’re taking your own kids to meet Mickey, or trying to stay sane on a family vacation with your brother’s kids in tow, Orlando is one of the best places to visit in 2017. Orlando offers unique experiences for every visitor to ensure an unforgettable vacation. Whether that means a week spent at theme parks or a weekend on the golf course, an Orlando getaway is whatever you want it to be. If you are looking for somewhere to stay in close proximity to all of the hot spots, then Marriott’s Lakeshore Reserve offers timeless luxury in the midst of all the action.
Cuba is among the most exciting islands in the caribbean. Whilst other islands have one or two major attractions: namely, the beach and perhaps one or two historic monuments. Cuba has just about everything you could imagine. There are dramatic mountainous landscapes, wild and unspoilt valleys, sweeping vistas of sugar cane, tobacco plantations glowing emerald green against the green fields, seven landmark cities dating from the mid-fifteenth century, an amazing variety of flora and fauna, some of the world’s most beautiful beaches and above all, Cuba’s greatest asset: the people.
In spite of the fact that it’s only 32 square miles in size, St. Thomas has a million miles worth of things to do. Go shopping and cruising, snorkeling and touring, or diving and feasting. Appreciate the island’s widely acclaimed green, picture-culminate shorelines and stupendous nightlife. Take the Skyride 700 feet over the city or climb the celebrated 99 Stages of Charlotte Amalie for an outstanding perspective of the Caribbean. What’s more, in case you’re keen on culture and history, don’t miss seeing the second most established synagogue in the Western Side of the equator, the 1680-assembled Fortification Christian or the adolescence home of Camille Pissarro, one of the most famous French Impressionists. Our accommodation of choice is Marriott’s Frenchman’s cove with its stunning views and luxurious feel.
As well as being the preferred holiday destination of Spain’s royal family, Mallorca tops the list of Spain’s best islands, and was voted the second best island in Europe and the sixth best in the world by TripAdvisor. Thanks to its beautiful white sand beaches and crystalline waters, combined with several theme parks and attractions, there is something for everyone to do in Mallorca. If you are a culture buff, then the capital city of Palma offers you a cultural feast year round. Marriott’s Son Antem allows you to stay in luxurious townhouses set around an 18 hole golf course within easy reach of all the action.