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Iva Galovic is a communication professional and content creator passionate about traveling, art and food. Native Croatian, she has a Master’s Degree in History of Art, Russian Language and Literature as well as Marketing. She has been working on communication campaigns and cultural and art projects in Croatia, Thailand, China and Belgium where she is currently living and where she finished EPAS – European Postgraduate in Arts in Sound at the School of Arts in Ghent. Natural born storyteller, Iva is also a co-founder of the Brussels based agency for communication and audiovisual production Zipper Lab.

22 October 2021

Are you brave enough to sleep here?

One of the things when travelling that adds up to the whole experience is definitely accommodation. Whether you are camping or staying at luxurious hotels and […]
22 October 2021

Japan’s famous “robot hotel” now open to customers in New York

Famous for its ‘robot hotels’ in Japan, Henn na Hotel has made its debut in the US on October 1st with a new property located at […]
21 October 2021

Bulgari to open a high fashion hotel in Los Angeles

Bulgari Hotels & Resorts has signed plans to launch a new luxury resort in Los Angeles, scheduled for 2025. An agreement has been signed with owner […]
20 October 2021

Top 25 most haunted Hotels in America

Founded in 1989, the Historic Hotels of America is a program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation aiming at maintaining hotels’ authenticity, sense of place, […]
18 October 2021

Launch of world’s first fully net zero carbon hotel

At 89% more energy efficient than the typical UK hotel, room2 Chiswick will set a new benchmark for $570 billion global hospitality industry. The hotel brand, […]
7 October 2021

Hotel in Paris where Picasso married in 1918 to offer unique tours into the artist’s formative years

Le Meurice Hotel in Paris, where Picasso married the Russian dancer Olga Khokhlova in 1918, is offering overnight stays with unique guided tours. Le Meurice invites […]
7 October 2021

‘Palazzo Verde’ in Antwerp to offer lush atmosphere with roof gardens and green terraces

In Antwerp’s New South (Nieuw Zuid) district, top Italian architect Stefano Boeri has presented the “Palazzo Verde”. The apartment building is again in the style of […]
6 October 2021

With the sea on the horizon, the Eden Resort holds a key to the best of both worlds in the Algarve

After 6 months of experiencing the ‘new normality’ steadily setting in the Algarve – both for those who live there and also those who travel to […]
30 September 2021

Best Resorts in the Algarve, Portugal

Located on the southern coastline of Portugal, the Algarve Region is a paradise combining a perfect climate with stunning beaches and picturesque towns. The region is […]
22 September 2021

Europe: International business travel won’t be back before 2025

While international and domestic leisure travel has resumed to some extent, international business travel will take a longer time to recover. According to hospitality data tracker […]
17 September 2021

This desert island in Scotland is for sale. It’s cheaper than a one-bedroom flat in London

A deserted island of more than 90,000 square meters is for sale for a price that starts at 59,000 euros ($70,000) – the average price for […]
14 September 2021

Meet the new kid on the block: 5-star Juliana Hotel Brussels

Juliana Hotel Brussels is the new 5-star hotel in the heart of the Belgian capital. It has been recently inaugurated by Philippe Close, Brussels’ Mayor, and […]
8 September 2021

Looking for a stylish RV? This special edition is what you’ve always wanted

After a long pause, travelling is finally picking up again. People have been packing their bags with more enthusiasm than ever this summer, as a change […]
6 September 2021

Summer tourism in Brussels doomed by the pandemic and heavy rains

Summer in Brussels has been an absolute disgrace, scaring experts in the tourism sector. The pandemic’s knock-off effects together with the wettest summer ever recorded is […]
3 September 2021

What is a ryokan? Discovering Japanese guest houses

Ryokans are traditional inns run by Japanese families. They are all characterized by a silent environment, precise architecture, simplicity and minimalism. Ryokans are normally designed like […]
30 August 2021

What will happen to room service?

Room service is about to change. The classic phone call from the hotel room could leave its spot to a new way of ordering, and some […]
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