Books in category Travel – Resorts & Spas

  • Health and Wellness Tourism

    Health and Wellness Tourism
    Patricia Erfurt-Cooper, Malcolm Cooper

    The use of natural geothermal springs in the treatment of illness and the promotion of wellness (thermalism, balneology) forms the foundation for a discussion of the development and growth of health and wellness tourism in this book.

  • The English Spa 1560 1815

    The English Spa, 1560-1815
    Phyllis May Hembry

    Beginning in the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, members of the English nobility and gentry made a practice of taking relaxation at the country's inland spas.

  • LAS VEGAS ARE WE THERE YET

    LAS VEGAS … ARE WE THERE YET?
    Izobel Sturges, Cianna Sturges, Debbie Sturges, Peter Sturges

    LAS VEGAS … ARE WE THERE YET? is a colorful, hardcover, family guidebook written by local kids Izobel & Cianna Sturges, with the help of their parents.

  • Hotel Revenue Management From Theory to Practice

    Hotel Revenue Management: From Theory to Practice
    Stanislav Ivanov

    The book may also be used by hotel general managers, marketing managers, revenue managers and other practitioners looking for ways to improve their knowledge in the field.

  • Elgin House Lake Joseph

    Elgin House, Lake Joseph
    Ray Love

    The book revolves around a series of Love family stories and is set in the context of developments in Canadian history throughout the twentieth century.

  • Muskoka Resorts

    Muskoka Resorts
    Andrew Hind, Maria Da Silva

    Here the stories of twenty classic resorts are explored, some of which are thriving today while others are long gone but fondly remembered.

  • Get to know Baden Baden

    Get to know Baden-Baden
    Manfred Söhner, Gereon Wiesehoefer

    This town guide is a good reference for simply getting to know Baden-Baden better. Hopefully you will experience sunny and happy days during your stay in our city. Discover Baden-Baden and have fun!

  • Seattle s Historic Hotels

    Seattle’s Historic Hotels
    Robin Shannon

    Mary Ann Conklin, also known as "Madame Damnable," ran Seattle's first hotel, the Felker House, which burned to the ground in the Great Seattle Fire of 1889.

  • Tuscookany The flavours of Tuscany

    Tuscookany , ” The flavours of Tuscany ” .
    Tuscookany chefs, http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8uF4q2ND4ksLvBrhSEa-QCkR07yvWLoU

    The rustic dishes use simple, fresh ingredients. This is slow-cooked, richly flavored fare that draws seasonally from the garden, pasture and fields.

  • Healing Hotels of the World

    Healing Hotels of the World
    Anna Löhlein

    Diese exklusive Zusammenstellung von Hotels und Resorts auf der ganzen Welt ist Ausdruck einer der größten Bewegungen des modernen Zeitalters: ganzheitliche Gesundheit und Wohlbefinden.

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