Forbes Travel Guide’s Top Destinations for 2024

The editors of Forbes Travel Guide predict that 2024 will be a year filled with “meaningful travel.” Of course, the meaning of meaningful is entirely in the eye of the frequent flier. FTG’s list of 24 top destinations for 2024 covers it all, whether you enjoy sports, art, food or history. From Portugal to Peru, these places promise to make a lasting impression.


Chase Sapphire Opens Two Lounges at New York Airports

Last year, to compete with American Express’ extensive Centurion Lounge network, Chase opened its first Sapphire lounge at Boston’s Logan International Airport. This month, Chase opened two new Sapphire Lounges (for Sapphire Reserve cardholders) in New York—one at LaGuardia Airport (LGA) and another at John F. Kennedy (JFK) airport. The LaGuardia lounge spans two floors and features a bar, a game room and an extensive art collection. The JFK lounge will have an emphasis on local food and wellness elements. New Chase Sapphire lounges will also be coming to Las Vegas, Philadelphia and Phoenix.


Super Bowl LVIII: A Guide to Las Vegas’ Big Weekend

On February 11, less than three months after Las Vegas held its inaugural F1 event, the city will play host to its first Super Bowl. While the teams have not been decided yet, the hotels, restaurants and clubs in Sin City already have winning packages worthy of the Big Game, and the editors of Forbes Travel Guide have compiled the ultimate guide to Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas.


TravelWise

Most travelers use dedicated credit cards to increase elite status at a hotel chain or on a cruise line, but one of the least known methods is buying stock in a travel company. For example, owning one registered share in Accor SA, Europe’s largest hotel chain, will cost less than $40 and immediately give you gold status in Accor’s loyalty program. Here’s how to use hospitality stocks to boost travel rewards.


What to Know About ‘Journey Travel’

Revenge travel is so 2021. If you want to add greater meaning to your next vacation, embrace the adage usually attributed to Ralph Waldo Emerson: “It’s not the destination, it’s the journey.” The guiding principle of “journey travel” is to appreciate what you can learn and discover on your way from Point A to Point B. From old school road trips to 21st century flashpacking, here’s what you need to know about journey travel.