wallpaper.comHotel Paseo hotel review - Palm Desert, USAThe raw beauty of California's Palm Desert is the backdrop for a worthy new addition this month. Hotel Paseo is the vicinity's first newly built luxury hotel in over thirty years and brings with it a bevy of creature comforts that still honours the her...
foodandwine.com12 Shocking Things I Learned by Working as a Butler at the Plaza HotelFor two hot days in July, I raced around with a team that, like the city itself, seemingly never sleeps—hearing tales of the trade from the department’s director, Emma, and serving guests alongside some of her most experienced staffers.
aimlesstravels.com7 Reasons Why You Should Visit the Baltimore National Aquarium - Aimless Travels - World Travel Tips and GuideBaltimore, Maryland is a fantastic city filled with great restaurants, hotels, and easily accessible transportation. What's even more great is Baltimore's National Aquarium that offers it's visitors a great experience with a beautifully designed interior and educational exhibits.1
aluxurytravelblog.comShort stay: Nestle Inn, Indianapolis, USA - A Luxury Travel BlogThe Nestle Inn is a grand Victorian home off of the artsy shopping and dining hub, Massachusetts Avenue, in Downtown Indianapolis. It’s an iconic landmark in the area, and provides a truly customized stay different from mainstream hotels, while offering more conveniences than your average Inn or Bed and Breakfast. The welcome Lush landscaping and …2
aluxurytravelblog.comLuxury Cape Town hotels: the 7 wonders of the Mother City - A Luxury Travel BlogCape Town is a popular cosmopolitan city in South Africa, renowned for its beautiful scenery, fantastic entertainment opportunities and luxurious accommodation. The city is a must-visit on any South African adventure, and makes for an excellent holiday destination for all types of travellers – especially those who enjoy the finer things in life. To celebrate …3
wallpaper.comChicha Cafetin hotel review - New York, USAWhen it comes to adventurous and out-of-the-box dining experiences, it’s pretty clear that that Manhattan no longer holds all the aces. A combination of real estate costs and space has pushed enterprising young chefs farther afield where there are stil...
travelanddestinations.comWhat are the Different Accommodation Types Available for your Travels?There are many different types of accommodation on offer; With each providing various facilities and a different experience. In this post I will explain what Hostels, Guesthouses, Apartments and Hotels are like, and the types of facilities you2
wallpaper.comThe Source Hotel review - Denver, USAThe enterprising spirit of The Source, an artisanal food market situated in Denver’s creative River North district, has carried over into a newly opened hotel from the same team. Adjacently located to the market’s brick foundry building from the 1880s...
mrsoaroundtheworld.comA hotel to remember: Sani Dunes, Halkidiki, GreeceMy first visit to Halkidiki, in Greece’s mainland, 3 years or so ago was pretty great – a part of the world I had heard very little about but really liked from the moment I arrived. When Sovereign Luxury Travel challenged me to go back, and explore the brand new Sani Dunes, I obviously […]2
aluxurytravelblog.com5 ways to outsmart the tourist crowds in Vienna - A Luxury Travel BlogWith more and more tourists succumbing to Vienna’s old world lure there are five effective ways to stay off the tourist crowds. When visiting this top cultural capital have your cake and eat it, but do it the smart way. Accommodation: boutique and neighbourhood While large palace hotels undoubtedly have their charms, so do exquisite …1