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WE ARE A LUXURY TRAVEL AGENCY, WITH AN EXCLUSIVE NETWORK OF PARTNER HOTELS WORLDWIDE.
January 26, 2023

REVIEW – Four Seasons Amman, Jordan

Intro Amman is a city with a decent number of upscale and luxury hotel options….many of which are agglomerated, Vegas style, around a single intersection. The Four Seasons is the original inhabitant of this hotel neighbourhood. The Four Seasons property has for a long time been considered the grande dame […]
January 21, 2023

SPECIAL OFFER – 40% Discount and Half Board at St. Regis Maldives

Two amazing special offers are currently available at St Regis Maldives. Offer 1: 40% off beach villas and FREE half board. Offer 2: Every 4th night FREE!
January 7, 2023

Booking hotels with Rosewood Elite benefits

Rosewood Elite includes guaranteed advance upgrades, credits of over $100 per night and can even be booked on prepaid rates!
December 22, 2022

REVIEW – Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef

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.
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:
August 18, 2016

REVIEW – Singapore Airlines: First Class Lounge, London Heathrow T3

I spent about an hour in the lounge and was able to eat, drink, send a couple of emails and sort through all my papers and reservations for the rest of the trip. It was much nicer than waiting at the gate but really not worth turning up early for. If I’d paid the big bucks for SQ suites, I would certainly view this lounge as a disappointment. Within Terminal 3 alone, there is a better Business Class lounge (The Virgin clubhouse). If I’d paid the big bucks for SQ suites, I would certainly view this lounge as a disappointment. Within Terminal 3 alone, there is a better J lounge (the VS clubhouse).
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
August 18, 2016

REVIEW – Thai Airways First Class Lounge, Bangkok Airport

The best I can say about the food component of the breakfast is that it was better than the abomination that was served to me on TG911 a few days earlier. Again, not worth coming to BKK early for. Off the top of my head, I would take J lounge food in the NRT JL or NH lounges, the VS clubhouse in LHR and the QF J lounge in HKG, over this. Those are all great J lounges but a national carrier in it's home base shouldn't be losing to them in its F lounge.
August 18, 2016

REVIEW – Thai Airways : First Class – Bangkok to Tokyo (A380)

All in all, this was one of my favourite ever flights. The FAs on TG can make or break a flight and once again this crew was a cut above. The hard product is very nice, the white trim does show some signs of wear and tear but really, that is to be expected. Ultimately though, the hard product is well above average and the crews are too. I highly recommend flying TG F if you haven't done so already.