Friday, January 14, 2011
Thursday, January 13, 2011
"At Sandals Resorts, dining is one of the most impressive highlights of your Luxury Included(R) Vacation. Like everything else at Sandals, you'll experience a level of excellence unrivaled at other resorts. Famed master-chef Walter Staib, recipient of the world's most prestigious culinary award-including the Silver Plate, the Chevalier de l'Ordre dy Merite, and the Knight's Cross of Germany-has assembled a five-star team with a unique talent for transforming closely guarded recipes into unforgettable evenings and unmistakable flavors such as fresh-caught snapper with mango salsa, rack of lamb braised with figs and honey, and dark cocoa whisked into delectable dreams to savor with cool trade winds."
An Amazing Choice of Restaurants With a "Stay at one, dine at all!" Advantage
Asian, Thai, Sushi, Japanese Teppantaki, West Indian, Contemporary Caribbean, Jamasian, Fusion, Seafood, Bahamian, International, Italian, Brick-Oven Pizza, Gelato & Patries, Classic French, Savory & Dessert Crepes, English Pub Fare, Tex-Mex, Southwwestern and Beach Bistros
For more information or to book you Sandals Vacation please contact Unique Travel Concepts
619-464-6426 or 800-879-8635
Wednesday, January 12, 2011
"Oahu’s Halekulani Hotel is located right on Waikiki Beach, and its history goes back a century. The oceanfront Orchid Suite has some of the best views of Diamond Head on Waikiki, along with an entertainment lounge, a high-end home theater and a wine cellar. The Orchid Suite has good karma, too: It’s on the site of what was once the hotel’s original honeymoon suite."-Amy Swanson
"Las Vegas isn’t just for bachelor or bachelorette parties. It’s huge for weddings, too, so it’s fitting that many hotels offer special honeymoon suites. Aria, a chic property that’s part of the new CityCenter complex, features Sky Suites that extend the Strip’s reputation for luxury. The suites feature floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Las Vegas skyline, a stone foyer and a high-end entertainment system. You can also control just about everything in the room — including the lighting, the temperature, the music and the draperies — from your bed via a touch-screen interface, and the room remembers your preferences. The Sky Suites are a relative bargain too, starting around $400/night"-Swanson
Monday, January 10, 2011
Oval Engagement Ring
Your Wedding: Colorful and cool, with a very polished edge. No detail will be overlooked.
Your Honeymoon: An Exotic Destination Perhaps.
Round Engagement Ring
Your Wedding: Relaxed, romantic and unfussy. It takes a lot of planning to make things look this effortless, but you'll pull it off.
Your Honeymoon: Simple, maybe Mexico or the Bahamas.
Emerald Cut Engagement Ring
Your Wedding: Voted "can't miss" event of the season (and not just by your mom). Destined to be the party where everyone hits the dance floor
Your Honeymoon: Something Adventurous! The Inca Trail or maybe Traveling to India.
Your Wedding: So elegant and timeless that no one will be able to date the wedding photos afterward.
Your Honeymoon: A picture perfect trip to Paris: timeless.
Princess Engagement Ring
Your Wedding: You may or may not arrive by horse-drawn carriage, opt for the biggest ball gown or sport the tallest tiara — but you're bound to have a royal blast.
Your Honeymoon: Become a Princess in Ireland and Scotland
Pear Engagement Ring
Your Wedding: Contemporary and chic with trendy shots of color and fun, out-of-the-box ideas.
Your Honeymoon: Definitely going to Sandals.
Thursday, January 6, 2011
"Established in 1885, Keens was once the gathering place for stage actors, newspapermen, and garment workers. The only remaining relic of New York City's Herald Square Theater District, the Dickensesque restaurant with its famous Mutton Chops, is still the perfect retreat from the busy Manhattan streets and brisk winter winds."-Kiri Tannenbaum
"This mammoth floor-to-ceiling hand forged cast-bronze fireplace is the perfect spot to sip cocktails and nibble on small plates."-Tannenbaum
"Housed inside a gorgeous federal townhouse, 1789 was named for the year Georgetown University was founded. The Tombs, the basement pub, which also boasts a fireplace, is the spot for co-eds to mix and mingle."-Tannenbaum
"Folks from New England and New York come to dine by candlelight and by the original colonial fireplaces inside this historic stagecoach relay."-Tannenbaum
"If you're lucky enough to be staying at this Relais & Chateaux inn you can indulge in a butler-drawn bath after playing in the snow. But if you're just visiting for dinner, you can relax by the fire in the romantic restaurant setting."-Tannenbaum
"After a long day of skiing it's time to hit the aprés ski! At Eight K inside the Viceroy Snowmass you can curl up by the extra-long double sided fireplace. "-Tannebaum
"When the temperature dips in the evenings, Angelenos huddle up around the 13-foot tall modern open fireplace at the Latin favorite Zengo."-Tannenbaum
For more information on how you can visit these and many more restaurants contact Unique Travel Concepts.
619-464-6426 or 800-879-8635