MGM Resorts International to Launch Hotels in India

MGM Resorts International announced a plan Tuesday to develop multiple hotels in New Delhi, India. Ground-breaking for the first hotel, MGM Grand and Skylofts New Delhi will take place in the capital in March.

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Nightlife in Chennai, India

Chennai’s nightlife scene takes place mostly in the city’s large luxury hotels. This is where Chennai’s young, affluent set (and tourists) frequently go to dance the night away in an upscale nightclubs or sip on specialty cocktails in chic bars. If you happen to find yourself in Chennai for an evening, here are some tips for making the most of it.

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When in Rome: Five Customs to Keep in Mind When Traveling

It’s said that, when you’re in Rome, you should do as the Romans do. But when you don’t know what the Romans consider customary, it’s easy to end up looking like a classless, impolite foreigner.

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Best Western Premier Hotels Offer WiFi and On-Site Dining

Hotel brands have been birthing low-cost spinoffs for years to appeal to new-age, value-minded business travelers in the same manner that fashion designers have been producing low-cost labels to appeal to a more cost-concious audience (a la Marc by Marc Jacobs and MICHAEL Michael Kors). Marriott has its Courtyard properties; Hilton has the Garden Inn and Hyatt its Place brand.

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Travel Like a Local: Mumbai

Travel Like a Local profiles citizens, residents and frequent visitors who have uncovered the hidden gems of the places where you want to travel. Heed their advice and you too can relish in experiences you won’t read about in any visitor’s guide.

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