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Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Frost Ice Bar Slated For Boston Opening, Spring 2013

Frost Ice Bar, the first of its kind in New England, has announced plans for a grand opening at Faneuil Hall in spring 2013.

Ice bars and ice hotels have captivated the imaginations of adventurous travelers and fun-seekers around the globe. From remote locations in Norway, Alaska and Sweden, to some of the world's most cosmopolitan urban centers such as London, Tokyo and St. Petersburg, Frost Ice Bar now adds Boston to this exclusive list of cutting-edge cities.

"While Boston is traditionally defined by its history and heritage, the City is today brimming with a new energy that supports a trendsetting dining and nightlife scene," stated Frost Group CEO Cindy Brown. "Ice bars around the world have proven to be sensationally popular among a broad range of audiences and we believe Frost Ice Bar will be equally well received in New England. We're thrilled to play a part in further promoting the City as a leader in world-class entertainment and hospitality."

The concept for a year-round Boston ice attraction is spearheaded by Frost Group in collaboration with the team behind Boston Duck Tours, drawing upon their nearly 20 years of expertise designing whimsically creative guest experiences that are fun for all ages. Frost Ice Bar being no exception, the venue will be constructed and furnished entirely of ice, featuring a constant indoor temperature of 24 degrees Fahrenheit. 

Frost Ice Bar will feature dramatic ice-sculpted interiors perfectly suited to any number of social occasions from an unforgettable and invigorating night on the town with friends, to bachelor/ette parties, family outings, or corporate gatherings. Welcoming guests of all ages, Frost Ice Bar will present ever-changing offerings of specialty beverages, music and d├ęcor.

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Thursday, October 18, 2012

Travel Digest: Picks For Thursday 10-18-2012

Looking for travel inspiration? Travel Digest is your passport to news, events, diversions, deals and more in New England, The Caribbean & Bermuda.

Row, row, row... Boston's Head Of The Charles Regatta is the world's largest regatta attracting over 300,000 spectators and 9,000 competitors! October 20-21, 2012.

Deals Spotlight: Vermont Midweek Travel Specials [Vermont Tourism

“Love is in the air at Sunwing with the launch of their newest edition of Destination Weddings Guide..." [Boston Style Hub]

From JetBlue: Receive a free adventure tour plus $100 off a 4+ night Puerto Rico Getaways vacation - Book by 10/31! Click here for info.

Watch: Connecticut State Tourism Fall Ad [Video]

Jamaica With Kids: Two Fabulous Family-Friendly Resort Options [trekaroo]

Bermuda Spas As Seen on


Saturday, October 6, 2012

Thanksgiving Holidays: Alexandra Resort Offers Family Packages to be Thankful For

In preparation for the upcoming Thanksgiving Holidays, The Alexandra Resort, on world-famous Grace Bay Beach in Turks and Caicos Islands, announced its Family Resort Package.

Four and seven night packages start from $1,999 for two adults and two children under age 10.

The Family Resort Package includes:

  • One-day car rental and a free picnic lunch
  • Three-hour catamaran cruise
  • Parent's night out including a romantic dinner for two served on the beach
  • Kids' night in with a babysitter and chicken finger meal
“This time of year that the weather is at its best, rates are most competitive and a number of local events are taking place to add to the charm and enjoyment of the destination,” said Anette Mullings, General Manger of The Alexandra Resort and Spa.

In addition to the Alexandra Family Resort Package offer, families visiting the Turks and Caicos Islands can take advantage of two events highlighting the distinctive flavors of the islands. The Caribbean Food and Wine Festival is being held from November 1 to 3 and the 7th annual Conch Festival will take place over the weekend of American Thanksgiving.

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