Special Offers

30% off summer sale at Hilton Hotels worldwide


If you are a member of the Hilton Honors program you can benefit from a great summer sale at Hilton hotels worldwide. Rates start from just $65 a night for the Hilton Garden Inn in Dubai or $53 per night in Bali. The Millennium Hilton in Bangkok is available from $84 per night.

If you would rather go for the finer things in life, the Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah with its private soft-sanded beach, six distinct restaurants and lounges and elegant sea-facing guest rooms and suites is also available for 30% off.

If you are not a member of the HHonors program don’t worry, it is free to join. Visit the Hilton website for details.

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Sidi Bin Abderrahmane

Sidi Bin Abderrahmane

Casablanca, Morocco

People suffering from psychological problems or nervous disorders often visit The Marabout of Sidi Abd Er Rahman, a shrine consisting of a group of whitewashed tombs, perched in a striking position on a rocky promontory that can only be reached at low tide. Every year, a large number of pilgrims go to bathe and spend the night there.                    {loadposit...

Sheikh Zayed Palace Museum

Sheikh Zayed Palace Museum

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Sheikh Zayed Palace, built in 1937, was the residence of His Highness Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan - the ruler of the Eastern Region at the time - until 1966. In 2001, it was converted into a museum and was opened to the public.  The simplicity of the buildings, along with the secluded gardens and the flourishing green palm trees at the west side of the Al Ain Oasis, truly reflects the cou...

Musée Marmottan Claude Monet

Musée Marmottan Claude Monet

Paris, France

The Musée Marmottan was originally a hunting lodge of the French nobility.  It eventually was purchased by Jules Marmottan.  In addition to being the former mayor of Paris, he was also a passionate art collector.  His son Paul carried on the tradition after his father’s death.  When Paul died in 1934, he left the home and the art collection to the Académie des Beaux-Arts. ...

Tollington Market

Tollington Market

Lahore, Pakistan

This famous market, a remnant of the old city of Lahore, now houses a museum showcasing Lahore through the ages. On display are the works of various craftsmen, artists, calligraphists and painters. Also housed within are various galleries dedicated to a single aspect of Lahore such as its history, its social life, its shrines, its mosques and other religious places, its hospitals, its gardens and ...