Travel Agenda: Revere Hotel; World Shakespeare Festival; Amante beach club; Bukhara pop-up restaurant
Friday 20 April 2012
Tomorrow: Check into the new Revere Hotel in Boston which opened this week, with 356 room and suites, a bistro-style restaurant and, later this month, the Emerald Lounge cocktail bar (reverehotel.com).
The World Shakespeare Festival starts today on the Bard's official birthday as part the 2012 Cultural Olympiad. There will be over 70 productions, staged in Stratford-upon-Avon and a host of other venues across the UK, before the curtain falls in November (worldshakespearefestival.org.uk). And Ibiza gets a new beach club as Amante opens on the east coast (amanteibiza.com)
Next week: Click on to the new website for budget-conscious travellers. Hotelsunder100.co.uk listsdouble rooms at the Cardamom House in India, the Palagama Beach Resort in Sri Lanka and the Flatdogs safari camp in Zambia, all for under £100 a night.
In the diary: Bookings are being taken for the Bukhara pop-up restaurant, which will transport the flavours of India from its home in at the ITC Maurya Hotel in Delhi to the Sheraton Park Tower in London (17 May-1 June; luxurycollection.com/Bukhara).
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