Our Top Stories from July 22

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It must be summer, as this week our readers had booze on the brain. This week, our top stories revolved around cocktails (and a new hotel, or two). From the best martinis to Ibiza's best new bars and clubs, here is a look at what stories you all enjoyed most this week. 

1. Top Five Hotel Bars for Killer Martinis

In no particular order, the best international hotel bars for a killer martini are The Peninsula New York, Capella Pedregal, Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok, Dukes St. James, London and Hotel Unique.

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2. New York's First Ice Bar Opens in Manhattan's Midtown

We are so ready for another heat wave here in New York, as we know just the spot to cool off! New York Hilton Midtown has just opened the Minus5 Ice Bar.

3. Ibiza's Best New Bars And Clubs

Arguably Spain's best party destination, Ibiza is changing things up with a slew of new bars and clubs, which are sure to please VIP night owls. Magnums of Cristal, anyone?

4. A First Look At Lima's 'Frame Hotel'

Unusual architecture is the name of the game at this Peruvian hotel that will certainly be a game changer. 

5. Can Travel Advisors Achieve Sales Through Social Media?

Agency owners have been pondering how – and whether – to make the jump from using social media primarily as an informational tool to something more aggressive, promotional and clearly intended to generate revenue. 

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