Weekly Buzz for July 5, 2015

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This week was a good one at Magic of Miles, and thanks to the hard work of the folks at House of Miles you may now see a few new tweaks on the blog.

One of the most interesting stories from the weekly buzz –

Several hotel chains such as Marriott and Hilton now allow mobile check-in. View from the Wing tried out SPG’s keyless check-in and room entry via mobile phone recently. Click here to read about his experience and his stay at the W Times Square.

This week I learned that many readers are intrigued about staying in a floating hotel room on the sea aka. a cruise ship, have taken one already or just enjoy reading about them. Good thing too, since I’ve been bitten by the cruise bug so you can expect to see more cruising reports from Magic of Miles.

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NCL Jade Penthouse Suite

Here are some of the most popular posts this week from Magic of Miles, in case you missed one you’d like to read –

Magic on NCL Jade Cruise: Review of Penthouse Suite 10166
Hotel Review: Hilton Garden Inn Napa
Ritz-Carlton Tahoe: Revisited
Hotel Review: Renaissance Malmo Hotel, Sweden
Starwood Announces New Luxury Collection Hotel in Los Cabos

Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

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    • Melinda
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      That’s a good question Brian, and I’ll look into the possibilities. Thanks for reading!

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