Where we've been lately...
We are both ‘those' kinds of people. The ones who feel completely at home inside a hotel room, love living out of a suitcase, and could spend hours online looking at suite reviews.
Here are some of the hotels we have been to recently! You will find each one has a pros/cons list, usually a video room tour, what makes it different from other hotels, and tons of photos from our stay!
Visiting Hoi An is a magical experience. A walk through beautiful ancient town sends you back centuries in time. The sounds and smells of the bustling market, the colourful old colonial buildings and the backdrop of lanterns hanging overhead. It’s like no where else on Earth. However, compared to other cities Hoi An can still feel, well… a little ‘rustic’ shall we say. It’s still developing and some visitors might
Spending most of my time in hotels is something I wouldn’t change for the world, but I have to admit, it gets insanely repetitive. More and more hotels these days seem to be carbon copies of each other, lacking in any individuality. I’ve started to loathe staying in another ‘box’ of a room, just 4 walls and a bed. It’s the un-inspiring part of travel that I wish I could
We only had 48 hours to explore Tokyo, so picking a hotel with the ultimate location became our top priority. Shinjuku and Shibuya are the best areas to stay in Tokyo, so we narrowed our search using only those locations. Once we set filters for a high guest rating, affordability, and non-shoebox rooms, only a few hotel choices remained. The Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo was one of the top results.
I stumbled across this hidden gem of a hotel in a non-conventional way. I was doing research for an article about the cheapest 5-Star hotels in the world, and the Hotel Majapahit came up. I instantly fell in love with everything about it, from it’s rich history to it’s unique architecture, not to mention it’s value. Early that year I had toured all through the island of Bali, but my
If you’re looking for the perfect hotel in London, STAY at The Grosvenor Hotel. But, make sure you book the Executive King Room and thank me later. You’re in for a blissful stay in the lap of luxury, without the budget-crushing bill.
I am always on the hunt for the Cheapest 5-Star Hotels in the world. What can I say, this girl likes luxury…but I don’t have deep enough pockets to always fulfill my posh hotel dreams. Travelling full time has given me a window into just how much 5-Star hotels can really cost. And let me tell you, it’s not pretty! Luxury 5-Star hotels in tourist hot-spots like New York, San
If location is king, then Sun Island Seminyak wears the crown. Inside the grounds, I felt like I was in my own private oasis, a Balinese secret garden. But just outside the gates I was immersed in everything that makes Seminyak the tourist hot spot it is. Restaurants with Instagram-able organic dishes, trendy shops with sweeping floral dresses, and street vendors selling all kinds of unique treasures. My stay there
WHO DOESN’T LIKE LUXURY FOR LESS?
Bali has something for everyone! The island has become a luxury destination for seasoned travelers worldwide, with big names like Ritz Carlton, The Four Seasons and the Viceroy competing for top 5-star hotel status. If it were up to us, we would try them all, but with some suites fetching $5,000 a night, we knew our budget could be better spent
Update 2019: It looks like the hotel will be up for some renovations this year, so stay tuned for new pictures of the changes to the resort! Westin Junior Suite Puerto Vallarta – Worth The Upgrade? Well, if you like jacuzzis that face into the ocean, then YES, the Junior Suite upgrade at the Westin Puerto Vallarta might be right up your alley! We have a soft spot for