Four Seasons Geneva really surprised me. I had been expecting a rather stuffy and old fashioned hotel, the antithesis to the sleek and modern Four Seasons Bangkok. Instead, I found a property with impeccably maintained historical features, married perfectly with modern touches like bedside USB ports, hammam style steam showers, rooftop sushi and indeed a very young and enthusiastic staff.
Intercontinental is a weird hotel brand. It is so inconsistent from one location to the next that it's impossible to pin down what exactly the brand stands for and what one can reasonably expect when selecting an Intercontinental hotel.
Lizard Island offers a very unique experience to adventurous travellers who also enjoy a touch of luxury. The location, a private island on the edge of the Great Barrier Reef, is basically unbeatable with no direct competitors of any kind.
We were warmly greeted as we stepped aboard and directed to our seats. K was taken through a full tour of the features whilst I went about exploring by myself. On the face of it the BA First Class seat has the same basic design as the Sicma Aero Cirrus […]
The Andaz Wall Street has huge rooms, a free minibar and two hours of free (slightly horrific) booze every day.The staff are friendly and the rooms are cool and modern without emphasising style over substance...
We asked our uber driver to pull up by the priority entrance. Once inside we saw lines of people snaking around in all directions. It wasn’t exactly clear where the first class area was but eventually we found it. A surly woman was guarding a rope and barked “can I […]