Category: Hotels

6 tips to upgrade your travel

6 tips to upgrade your travel

Do you wish you could upgrade your travel, for example fly first class instead of economy class, access airport lounges, be upgraded more often at hotels, and just generally enjoy a more luxurious vacation? Here are my top tips for how to upgrade your travel: 1. Plan ahead One of the most expensive mistakes some […]

5 unmissables in New Zealand

5 unmissables in New Zealand

Forget the interminable operas of Richard Wagner, the cinematic Lord of the Rings cycle feels like it has gone on for ever. Mercifully the Tolkien-fest has reached its conclusion (the ones with furry feet and pointy ears won) so New Zealand can revert from being a cinematic backdrop – albeit a fabulously beautiful one – […]

A 5 star sheep's barn

A 5 star sheep’s barn

There are plenty of beautiful luxury ski chalets to choose from in the Alps; in fact, you’re pretty much spoiled for choice and if you want to go one better and you have a healthy budget you could spend a couple of weeks living like royalty; but if it’s something a little different you’re looking […]

London for less with Corinthia Hotels

London for less with Corinthia Hotels

If you’re considering a break in England’s capital city any time soon, check out the luxurious Corinthia Hotel London where you can enjoy three nights for the price of just two thanks to the Corinthia Hotels Annual Sale. To take advantage, though, you must book before 27th February 2015. UPDATE (16th Feb 2015): Corinthia have […]

4 luxurious ways to detox in Britain

4 luxurious ways to detox in Britain

Detoxing doesn’t have to be all virtuous sacrifices and gruelling regimes. Today people in Britain are more health conscious than ever and there are plenty of ways to treat yourself to a deep-cleanse that are not just enjoyable, but luxurious. Just in time to save you from breaking those resolutions, here are four of the […]

Heading for Tokyo and Singapore... your recommendations, please!

Heading for Tokyo and Singapore… your recommendations, please!

Next week I shall be travelling to Tokyo and Singapore courtesy of ANA – All Nippon Airways. I’m really looking forward to the trip as it’ll be my first time in each of these destinations. I’ve done a fair bit of reseach, gathering ideas on what to see and do, but obviously I’d like to […]

3 ways to experience your last night in France... in Chantilly

3 ways to experience your last night in France… in Chantilly

There are many reasons to stay in Chantilly before leaving France – not the least being the location of this charming historic town, 25 minutes from Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport. Chantilly in fact abounds with hidden treasures, above and beyond its special value for lovers of horseraces (the famous Diane-Longines Prize is in June, […]

5 of the best luxury wine hotels in Europe

5 of the best luxury wine hotels in Europe

Sleeping in a winery is a great experience. You discover yourself opening a window and enjoying a landscape of vineyards on the horizon… a good awakening for the senses! Many years ago, many wineries decided to build small hotels. The main reason, in most cases, was to be able to accommodate special guests of the […]

Interview with Francesca Long, Web Editor of Easyvoyage UK

Interview with Francesca Long, Web Editor of Easyvoyage UK

Originally from the UK but recently expatriated to the French capital, I am slowly relearning the Parisian way of life (having done a brief six-month stint here two years ago). I’ve been lucky enough to get a flavour for life all over the place, most recently in Havana, and jumped at the chance to return […]

5 beachside getaways on the KwaZulu-Natal coast

5 beachside getaways on the KwaZulu-Natal coast

Long days of sunshine, a sub-tropical climate, and miles of warm Indian Ocean washing footsteps off sandy beaches make KwaZulu-Natal a popular holiday destination in South Africa. Whether you prefer beaches with buzzing nightlife on its doorstep, or the quiet sanctuary of untouched sands, you’ll find the perfect spot on the KwaZulu-Natal coastline. Thonga Beach […]

Luxury in the land of Maharajas: India's top palace hotels

Luxury in the land of Maharajas: India’s top palace hotels

In amongst India’s 1.2 billion population, this extraordinary country enthralls its visitors with ancient inhabited cities, astonishing colourful festivities and beautiful landscapes; it’s a real overload of the senses. To add to the many incredible experiences India has to offer, the country is home to a number of undeniably luxurious palace hotels, all of which […]

6 luxury (vegan) hotels in Singapore (and Johor Bahru)

6 luxury (vegan) hotels in Singapore (and Johor Bahru)

With the rapidly increasing number of people choosing a vegan lifestyle, luxury hotels and resorts are beginning to adapt their services to ensure guests looking for plant based luxury feel just as at home as their non-vegan counterparts. There are already some vegan hotspots in the world (including Berlin and Los Angeles) that are well known for […]

9 of Seattle's top luxury hotels

9 of Seattle’s top luxury hotels

Seattle is a multi dimensional city that offers a great combination of outdoor activities and urban entertainment. You’ve got seaplanes flying overhead, quirky neighborhoods to explore, fantastic food, a busy iconic market on the water and a ferry system that provides infinite possibilities. If it’s culture you’re looking for, Seattle has theatre, museums and art […]

Secret escapes - 3 ‘off-the-map’ Alpine ski resorts‏‏

Secret escapes – 3 ‘off-the-map’ Alpine ski resorts‏‏

During the Cold War, there used to be a smattering of towns in the USSR that were ‘off the map’. Officially they didn’t exist. Soviet mapmakers hid them in their atlases with the clever use of whatever they had to hand at the time (presumably well-placed blobs of gravy from a hearty lunchtime goulash?). Fast-forward […]

9 of London's most iconic views at night

9 of London’s most iconic views at night

SPONSORED FEATURE IN ASSOCIATION WITH AMERICAN EXPRESS London is a city that has seen considerable change in the last 20 years. Of course, many of the capital’s most notable buildings such as St. Paul’s and the Palace of Westminster have been around for centuries, but two decades ago there was no London Eye (completed in […]

Top 5 luxury lodges on New Zealand's South Island

Top 5 luxury lodges on New Zealand’s South Island

New Zealand is a small country, but what is lacks in size it makes up for in stunning scenery, an incredible choice of activities and fantastic wildlife viewing opportunities. While the North Island is home to cosmopolitan cities and is where you’re likely to experience Maori culture and geothermal activity, it’s the South Island that […]

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