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What are the Best Hotels in the World 2022?

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The travel magazine Travel + Leisure and its readers ranked hotels based on their facilities, location, service, food and overall value. Heres the top 10.

A new poll revealed the best hotels in the world.

We’ve all been to hotels that we thought, this is not what I booked online.

We’ve all had trouble with the room, whether the TV was all antsy or the air con was playing up or the mini fridge barely worked.

But look no further as we’ll reveal the best hotels in the world.

And next time you can enjoy travelling without anxiety.

The travel magazine Travel + Leisure and its readers ranked hotels based on their facilities, location, service, food and overall value.

Heres the top 10.

Grabbing the 10th spot is Rosewood Villa Magna in Spains capital Madrid.

Situated on the Paseo de la Castellana, this hotel is elegant and makes you feel like you are in another world.  

And tying for the 10th spot is the The Oberoi in India’s capital New Delhi.

An urban resort and a top attraction in the city with a Chinese Menu by renowned chef Andrew Wong.

At number 9 is… Hotel Madame Reve in Paris.

This is one if the newest hotels in the city of light- and apparently its where all the cool Parisians are hanging out.

At number 8, we have the Lowell in New York City.

Open since 1927 in Manhattans Upper East Side.

Famous for its fireplaces, terraces and exceptional hospitality.

At number 7 we have Capella Ubud in Indonesia’s Bali.

To be the best in Bali means a lot. But it’s been described as “magical” and that there is no experience that compares to being in a tent in the Bali jungle.

At number 6 there is the Royal Mansour in Marrakech in Morocco.

An amazing escape within the energetic cities walls. And ptovides Michelin dining.

At number 5 there is the One and Only Reethi Rah, North Male Atoll, Maldives.

A beautiful resort with very comfortable overwater villas, a tropical foilage and white sand. All by the mesmerising Indian Ocean.

At number 4 is the Pickering House Inn, Wolfeboro in New Hampshire.

Following a two year renovation, this historic house is perfect for a quiet getaway and comes with a gourmet breakfast prepared by executive chef Jonathan Hudak.

Let’s continue with number 3 where we have Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaaafushi in South Male Atoll in the Maldives.

This place is incredible. To get their you catch a yacht from male airport.

And you arrive at this postcard-perfect hotel with amazing ocean views and what one guest has called “the best personalised service”.

Let’s move on to number 2 now, where we have Grace Hotel.

Located on the quieter side of Santorini in Greece with its iconic whitewashed architecture and stunning sunsets. This hotel comes with a great view of the blue waters of the Agean.

And grabbing the stop spot on the list. Can I have a drumroll.. is the Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco in Montalcino, Italy.

Travel and leaisure magazine describes this hotel as “Five thousand acres of Tuscan splendor on offer… there’s Old World charm at every turn, but modern additions and something-for-everyone makes Castiglion del Bosco a multisensory experience. Here, no need to draw the curtains: you want to wake up to breathtaking views of the UNESCO-listed Val d’Orcia Natural Park and the hilltop town of Montalcino”.

That’s your top 10 hotels,

Keep them in mind before booking your next trip.

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New York Stock Exchange in free fall

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Human error sends the New York Stock Exchange tumbling

We’ve all made mistakes at the office from time to time, but spare a thought for one worker who may have single-handedly brought down the New York Stock Exchange with just one tiny error.

The mistake of one employee has wiped billions of dollars off the charts for some of the globe’s largest companies.

The individual reportedly triggered wild swings and volatility on the New York Stock Exchange.

A number of big brand names were caught up in the catastrophe. It included McDonald’s, Walmart, and Mobil.

The NYSE eventually came clean. Officials admitted the“root cause” of the screw-up was a “manual error” from a staff member in the backup data centre.

The employee accidentally left the system running.

That’s why some stocks behaved as if trading had already started, with no opening prices being set, sending the market into a meltdown. #trending #featured

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Toyota announce Koji Sato as new CEO

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He’s the grandson of the founder, and a true titan of the industry.

 
But the question of who should replace Akio Toyoda at the top of Toyota had become a growing concern.

Now we have the answer.

The auto giant has announce its veteran boss would step down as chief executive, and become chairman.

Toyoda said he would be succeeded by chief branding officer Koji Sato from the start of April.

Sato says he loves making cars, and hopes to propel the company further down the Electric Vehicle path over the coming years. #Toyota

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Taylor Swift ticketing fiasco enters the U.S. Senate

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Live Nation is in the firing line over its inability to stop scalper bots from purchasing Taylor Swift tickets

U.S. Senators have grilled the boss of Live Nation over the lack of transparency relating to concert tickets for Taylor Swift’s upcoming tour.

The entertainment company, which owns Ticketmaster is under fire after bots purchased tickets for Swift’s ‘Era Tour’ last year, in an attempt to resell them for a higher price.

Joe Berchtold is the chief financial officer of Live Nation, who apologised to the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee hearing.

“We apologise to the fans, we apologise to Ms. Swift, we need to do better and we will do better.”

Senators criticised Live Nation’s fee structure and inability to deal with bots, which bulk buy tickets and resell them at inflated prices.

“There isn’t transparency when no one knows who sets the fees,” Democratic Senator Amy Klobuchar said.

Meanwhile, Republican Senator Marsha Blackburn called Live Nation’s bot problem “unbelievable”.

Ticketmaster reportedly occupies more than 70 per cent market share of primary ticket services for major U.S. concert venues.

“You ought to be able to get some good advice from people and figure it out,” Ms Blackburn said.

Ticketmaster cancelled sales of Swift’s tour to the public because of the “high demand”.

The entertainment giant reportedly sold over 2 million tickets, which is enough to fill 900 stadiums.

Taylor Swift said the situation was difficult, and called for accountability for music promoters.

“It’s really difficult for me to trust an outside entity with these relationships and loyalties, and excruciating for me to just watch mistakes happen with no recourse.

“I’m not going to make excuses for anyone because we asked them, multiple times, if they could handle this kind of demand and we were assured they could,” she said.

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