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Business Travelers Need to Plan for London’s Summer of 2012

If you need to be in the UK during the Summer of 2012 (or typically fly through London to other destinations), be wise and plan now. Dates you must be aware of: May 18 through September 12, 2012 In anticipation of the Summer Olympics taking place in and around London, the UK has planned a […]

Know Your Hashtags – Or, Molly Goes to Social Media Week

Know Your Hashtags – Or, Molly Goes to Social Media Week

Last week, I had the pleasure of attending Social Media Week in New York City. The event is pretty much what it sounds like: a week of events discussing the evolving role of social media and social networking in a variety of industries. Social Media Week (affectionately known as #SMW12 on Twitter), is actually in […]

An Airport Review by Bruce Powell

Channeling Julie Andrews … Movies with popcorn, and bars that serve Boodle’s Hot tubs and palm trees, and spicy hot noodles Premium lounges with Singapore Slings These are a few of my favorite things Well, when it comes to airports, anyway, and to be more specific, Changi International Airport in Singapore. They really do have […]

Win a Turks & Caicos Getaway in our New Club Getaway Trip Give Away!

The response to our first Club Getaway trip Give Away was incredible! With more than 1,000 signing up for Club Getaway at Atlas Travel’s corporate accounts, and many companies inviting Club Getaway Program Manager Marguerite DuBosque to employee events, benefits fairs and our new Lunch Getaway with Club Getaway on-site talks, we decided to keep […]

Romance in Bora Bora

In honor of Valentine’s Day, we wanted to highlight one of our favorite romantic properties: The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort in French Polynesia. This property is particularly “hot” right now for a variety of reasons. Most recently, TripAdvisor users rated The St. Regis as #4 on their list of the Top 10 Hotels for […]

Wanna Get Some Sushi? A Travel Sales Perspective…

Consider this: all restaurants are the same. They offer food, employ wait staff, cooks, dish staff, managers, and are all vying for your business. Some restaurants specialize in a particular cuisine, and of course, some are better than others. I find myself searching for “the best” sushi whenever I travel; whether it’s Tsujiki fish market […]

Passport & Visa FAQ

The world of passports and visas can be very overwhelming, but it is an extremely important part of your travel that requires advance planning and a little bit of know-how. Luckily for our Atlas Travel clients (both corporate and leisure), we have people on staff who know all the tricks and tips to make sure […]