Interjet flying to Orange County from Mexico City and Guaalajara.

InterJet competes with Air Tran in Orange County, California

October 2012, InterJet, started daily non-stop service between Orange County to both Mexico City and Guadalajara, Mexico.

The launch of this service has created an affordable, quality alternative for everyone who wishes to travel to Mexico. The new route is in addition to their international service from Miami, San Antonio, New York City, Havana and Guatemala, and great connections to 25 gateways throughout Mexico.

With planes configured to maximum comfort – 150 seats with a 34′ pitch like other carriers’ business and first class — and free snacks, top shelf beverages, seat assignment and baggage checking for all passengers, InterJet is known for offering luxury service to Mexico at affordable prices.

Interjet will fly daily non-stop service to Mexico City, where it will compete with AirTran, the subsidiary of Southwest Airlines, that launched Orange County to Mexico City service in late spring. Interjet also has approval to fly from John Wayne Airport to Los Cabos, which AirTran also serves.


Curaçao’s Capital Named One of the Most Colorful Cities in the World!

Willemstad, the capital city of Curaçao, has been named on of the most colorful cities in the world by by Travel+Leisure, CNN Travel, BBC News and The Weather Channel. Willemstad, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is known not only for being a seaside escape and its vibrance, but also for its world-class shopping, museums, unique architecture, monuments and buildings. Willemstad, along with the rest of Curaçao, is the perfect place to get away and enjoy culture, hospitality, and the unique history of a very special city and country.

Located just two miles from Willemstad is Sunscape Curaçao Resort, Spa & Casino, the first Unlimited-Fun® resort in Curaçao. Perfect for families and friends, guests will enjoy all the privileges of an Unlimited-Fun® getaway, which includes:

  • Spacious guest rooms and suites
  • Daily refreshed mini-bar
  • Endless daily land and water activities
  • Entertainment from sunrise until sunset
  • Limitless access to specialty restaurants serving meals indoors and outdoors
  • Endless top-shelf spirits
  • No reservations and no wristbands ever required
  • Explorer’s Club for kids 3 to 12-years-old
  • Core Zone Teen’s Club for teens 13 to 17-years-old
  • Refreshing pools and beautiful beaches
  • And much more!

While at Sunscape Curaçao, guests can take time and travel to the wonderful, colorful city of Willemstad and enjoy all the culture, history and fun that this amazing city has to offer.

Written by  //  May 2, 2013  //  News  //

Photo Courtesy of the Puerto Rico Tourism Company

Hyatt Returning to Puerto Rico

After a nine-year absence, Hyatt Hotel Corporation will be returning to Puerto Rico.  The company has signed an agreement with an affiliate of Island Hospitality Partners, LLC for Hyatt Place Bayamon and El Tropical Casino to open in the first quarter of 2014.  It will be the first Hyatt-branded select service hotel in Puerto Rico.

The hotel will be located next to the 42-acre Luis A. Ferre Science Park and close to Bayamon’s largest shopping mall.  It will be a seven-story building offering 156 guestrooms.  There will be an adjoining casino and a free-standing restaurant and bar.

Amenities will include the Galley lobby/lounge with 24-hour Guest Kitchen, dining areas offering indoor seating for 80 guest and outdoor seating for 12 guests on the veranda.  Other amenities will include a fitness center, outdoor swimming pool, 2,075 square feet of meeting space, and free Wi-Fi everywhere in the hotel.

Image Courtesy of the Puerto Rico Tourism Company

google-site-verification: googleba35fdf1cb36a386.html