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Five-star Corinthia Hotels has relaunched its popular “Corinthia Insider” with a visually-exciting ezine magazine look and feel. With hotels in exciting destinations, (London, Lisbon, Prague, Budapest, St. Petersburg, and Malta), the ezine will bring alive local insiders’ knowledge, photography, and essential “to do” tips.
Designed to inspire readers to “get up and go,” the Insider’s knowledge goes beyond ordinary travel guides. Each destination is brought alive at a deeper level by looking at cultural attractions, its music scene, restaurants and bars, seasonal events, festivals, shopping and sporting attractions, local personalities, and much more besides.
World famous tenor, Joseph Calleja / © Simon Fowler
Live offers and packages with best available rates and rolling promotions will be featured on the Corinthia Insider newsletter and website, with live availability and bookability. For search ease, articles will be sorted into categories as well as by location: food and drink, design, people and places, culture, events guides, and destination Corinthia.Fun interviews with local luminaries including world famous tenor, Joseph Calleja of Malta; Michelin-starred chef, Jose Avillez of Lisbon; and celebrated Czech sculptor, David Czerny, will feature so that readers can learn about the destinations through their eyes. There will also be guest interviews with bloggers such as Faya Nilsson (Fitness on Toast), Jessica Wright (Bon Traveler), and leading experts such as Neuroscientist Dr. Tara Swart, who is currently Neuroscientist in Residence at Corinthia London.
Charles Bridge, Prague / © Tomas Sereda
Matthew Dixon, Commercial Director of Corinthia Hotels, said, “The mix of stunning photography, local knowledge, and great hotel deals is a winning combination for travelers who wish to discover our destinations and make the most of their precious time overseas.”
Visit to find out more: insider.corinthia.com
PHOTO: Rolex Middle Sea Race / © Rolex/Kurt Arrigo in Malta
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