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.
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 14, 2022

REVIEW – Trisara (Phuket, Thailand)

Trisara offers the only private beach and only Michelin * restaurant in Phuket and even the entry level rooms feature sunset facing infinity pools...
July 28, 2022

Eight New Suites Aboard the Legendary Venice Simplon-Orient Express

Thankfully Belmond have listened to the overwhelming passenger demand for an intermediate room category and have announced eight brand new Suites.
July 24, 2022

REVIEW – Four Seasons Landaa Giraavaru Maldives

If you want a truly pristine island experience, enjoying all the natural wonders for which the Maldives is so justly famed, then few places will match the overall quality of experience at Four Seasons Landaa Giraavaru.
June 28, 2022

REVIEW – Anantara Bazaruto, Mozambique

An all inclusive hotel on a national park island, featuring gigantic sand dunes, crocodile filled lakes and a local population of dugongs!
June 23, 2022

LAST MIN OFFER – Incredible Rates on Beach Villas at Park Hyatt Maldives

$200 credit per night on bookings under 7 nights and complimentary transfers of stays of 7 nights or longer!
August 13, 2016

REVIEW – Cathay Pacific : The Wing First Class Lounge, Hong Kong

The decor is beautiful but the champagne selection isn't great. Nothing that would ever be served in an F cabin, just some basic Moet and Veuve. After the champagne bar there is a large sitting area, filled with couches and signature CX Solus chairs.
August 13, 2016

REVIEW – Cathay Pacific : First Class – Hong Kong to Tokyo (B747)

The service on this flight was ferociously good. I felt like I didn't have a care in the world. Everything was brought to me as soon as I needed it. Sometimes the FAs would proactively suggest a coffee or a snack before I myself had realised I wanted it. The seat is obscenely large and comfortable in every position I tried it. The IFE had a huge selection and a decent screen too. The headphones sounded crystal clear and no cabin noise leaked through. It is borderline ridiculous how good this flight was. I cannot wait to fly CX F long haul next year and am delighted to say that I just got my parents booked in on a CX F redemption too. I feel like everybody needs to experience this at least once.
August 18, 2016

Champlagnes – TG F, OZ J & F and NH F – Sofitel, Hyatt, Conrad, Hilton

After a couple of months of reading the Trip Reports forum on FlyerTalk.com, I slowly became aware that an itinerary involving multiple flights in international First Class, was no longer a lottery winning dream. This could actually be done. Not only that but with judicious routing and planning it could be done cheaply and awesomely, maximising all the little extras that make each airline unique.
August 18, 2016

REVIEW – Thai Airways : First Class – London to Bangkok (B747)

One of the big advantages to the old F cabin, is the amount you can see during take-off and landing. When we finished taxiing and the engines revved up for take-off, the feeling was exhilarating. Seeing the world rushing past, through 15 or more windows, gave me the impression that I myself was flying. As opposed to the usual feeling of just being along for the ride, in a metal tube. Shortly after the seat belt signs were turned off, one of the 2 female FAs came over with menus