We are a luxury travel agency, with an exclusive network of partner hotels worldwide
WE ARE A LUXURY TRAVEL AGENCY, WITH AN EXCLUSIVE NETWORK OF PARTNER HOTELS WORLDWIDE.
WE ARE A LUXURY TRAVEL AGENCY, WITH AN EXCLUSIVE NETWORK OF PARTNER HOTELS WORLDWIDE.
November 28, 2022

REVIEW – The Siam (Bangkok)

If you're looking for relaxation, tranquility, enormous rooms and highly personalised service, The Siam may well be the hotel for you.
November 13, 2022

AWESOME DEAL – Free Transfers and Half Board at the Waldorf Astoria Maldives!

One of the best deals in the Maldives has just been renewed for most of 2023.
October 19, 2022

REVIEW – Capella Bangkok

There is no question that Capella is not only one of the top hotels in Bangkok it is probably in the top 10 city hotels in the world.
October 3, 2022

Alaska Airlines Stealth devaluation

Stopovers are no longer allowed on intra-South America awards effective immediately This has been confirmed to me by multiple agents at Alaska and the rule is being strictly enforced, despite not being advertised on the Alaska website:
September 29, 2022

REVIEW – Mandarin Oriental Barcelona

I don't think there's any doubting that this is the best hotel in Barcelona but the value proposition is a little hard to justify, particularly when rooms at the newly refurbished Intercontinental are 1/3 of the price or less.
August 29, 2022

REVIEW – Amanpuri (Phuket, Thailand)

Overall it is hard to deny that Amanpuri is the best resort in Phuket. This is manifestly clear. However the leap in price between Amanpuri and its very close peers means that the resort will continue to work to prove itself....a fact for which I am deeply thankful.
August 25, 2022

Why You Should Be Booking Hotels in Japan Now

A once in a lifetime opportunity to lock in remarkably low hotel rates all the way until August of next year (2023)! Since we offer fully flexible bookings across all of our Japanese partner hotels, there is zero risk and zero cost to you, when you speculatively book hotels in Japan for the coming 12 months.
August 19, 2022

REVIEW – Patina Maldives

Intro The Maldives is perhaps the country which is most synonymous with luxury travel. There are a huge number of hotels that charge north of $2,000 per night, so the addition of another into their midst would usually not be cause for a huge deal of fanfare. However when Patina […]
August 13, 2016

REVIEW – Park Hyatt Tokyo

Although I really love the size of the rooms, the decor and location of the Conrad, there is something very special about the PH Tokyo, which really does make it stand out in Tokyo and for that matter, the world. The level of service is just exceptional and that calm sense of serenity, the feeling that you are in a space which transcends the city, is remarkable. If you have a chance to stay here, do. If you didn't think you had a reason to visit Tokyo, start with this hotel. There is no one 'monument' that really puts Tokyo on the map. I love the city because of the deep energy and the sheer variety of experiences on offer. I understand that this alone can make it hard to convince people to visit.
August 13, 2016

REVIEW – Park Hyatt Melbourne

The Park Hyatt Melbourne has all the makings of a great hotel but the finishes need to be spotless in a Park Hyatt. Any mechanisms need to function without problems. Cables need to be tidied inside consoles or at least pinned or bundled in some way. Empty plates, towels and bottles need to be cleared in a timely fashion. Most of all, the staff need to be helpful and courteous.
August 13, 2016

REVIEW – Park Hyatt Sydney

The Park Hyatt Sydney isn't cheap. Even when using 10% discount codes on gift certificates, this hotel isn't even on nodding terms with cheap. However the Park Hyatt Sydney is worth every penny. The staff are aware of the fact that they have a hell of a reputation to live up, due in no small part to the hotel's location. They deal with this pressure with charm, competence and a true sense of what hospitality means. If you can, make sure you come here at least once in your life. If your budget won't permit a stay then consider going for breakfast, just to take in the fantastic view (and those omelettes!). You won't be disappointed. Park Hyatt Sydney. Believe the hype.
October 30, 2017

REVIEW – Hyatt Regency London The Churchill

The Churchill is a very well located hotel which manages to be within a two minute walk of some of London's busiest shopping and dining streets, whilst retaining an air of calm and tranquility overlooking the Portman Square Park. The staff on the club level were universally superb, everybody seemed to be happy to work there and it results in a remarkably pleasant experience. The club lounge itself was a quiet and elegant place to relax and offered a wide variety of high quality food and drink.