Interviews on A Luxury Travel Blog

Empty chairOne of the new features I plan for A Luxury Travel Blog in 2007 is an ongoing series of informal ‘interviews’  with people within the industry.   They’ll take the form of a  handful of questions (the same in each interview) and I’m just trying to finalise what questions to ask.   So far, I have the following in mind:

  • What is it that you do exactly?
  • What do you enjoy most about what you do?  
  • What would you say are the 3 best places you’ve ever stayed? And what was so great about them?  
  • What’s been your most memorable dining experience to date?  
  • Have you rubbed shoulders with the rich and famous, either through your work or your travels?  
  • What currently ranks highest on your travel wishlist?

The aim is for the ‘interviews’ (and I use that word loosely!) to be interesting and entertaining, nothing too serious. As always, your comments and suggestions would be appreciated. Are there better questions I could be asking?

Comments (4)

  1. gje says:

    Hi Paul

    Happy New Year to you as well.

    And why not publish your own interview with Guillaume here?


  2. Paul Johnson says:

    Hello Guido and thank you. For those that are interested in reading that interview, which I must admit is what gave me the inspiration to run a series of interviews on A Luxury Travel Blog, please follow this link to the relevant post on Guillame Thevenot’s blog.


  3. a great idea! I suggest the questions:
    in which hotel, place, trip… have you been best attended? what was peculiar about the people that assisted you?
    what moments or details have made you think you are living a luxury experience?


  4. Paul Johnson says:

    Thanks, Eduardo. I suppose this could be borne out in the latter part of the (double) question.

    “What would you say are the 3 best places you’ve ever stayed? And what was so great about them?”

    At least, that’s what I’m hoping! I shall be inviting each of you to participate in an interview shortly, if you would be so kind…

    Many thanks


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