Thursday, 9 Jul 2020

Cruises

Adam Goldstein Leaves Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd

Adam Goldstein is out at Royal Caribbean Cruises, Ltd. after 32 years with the company. Travel Weekly reported that March 2 was Goldstein’s last day serving as Vice Chairman of Royal Caribbean. A replacement has still yet to be named. Goldstein, who first joined the cruise giant in 1988, will remain in his role as […]

Caesars Raises Resort Fees at Four Las Vegas Hotels

Caesars Entertainment Corp. is the latest hospitality company to hike resort fees on the Las Vegas Strip. According to the Reno Gazette-Journal, Caesars raised the nightly charges at Bally’s, Flamingo, The LINQ Hotel and Harrah’s Las Vegas from $35 to $37, or $41.95 after taxes. A spokesperson for the company defended the decision, telling the […]

Princess 21 test positive on Grand Princess

Twenty-one people onboard the Grand Princess have tested positive for the Covid-19 coronavirus, Princess Cruises said.  In a series of tweets, the line said that the results came back from an initial screening of 45 passengers and crew. Two passengers and 19 crew tested positive.  We can confirm that the results from the first phase […]

Princess Cruises Updates Cancellation Policy

Officials from Princess Cruises announced the company would modify its cancellation policy for cruises and cruise tours departing through May 31. The cruise line updated its existing policies as a way to give travelers concerned about the ongoing coronavirus outbreak piece of mind when making decisions regarding their upcoming vacations. The updated cancellation policy varies […]

’Desperate’ dad wants kid sent from China

Desperate parents are urging the Morrison Government to evacuate dozens of Australian children who are still stuck in the Chinese province of Hubei, where the deadly coronavirus originated. There are 22 unaccompanied children aged under two in the province, along with five infants who have their parents with them. Another 60 Australian children aged between […]