Hotel Review: Andaz Tokyo, Toranomon Hills, Japan

Where to stay in Tokyo, Japan: Andaz Tokyo Hotel Andaz Tokyo is 5 Star Luxury Boutique Hotel owned by Hyatt, located in the top 6 floors of the Toranomon Hills skyscraper. When we first read about the hotel, the New York Times described it as ‘hitting every mark with ease”, so with an upcoming trip…

Hotel Review: Hotel ICON – Kowloon, Hong Kong

Tsim Sha Tsui is the cultural centre of Hong Kong known for it’s vibrant nightlife where you can find everything from street vendors to luxury malls.  This eclectic mix of city and street was exactly what we wanted to see during our time in Hong Kong, so we chose the hotel that was in the…

Hotel Review: Hotel Realm – Canberra, Australia

There’s so much more to Australia’s capital city than just parliament house and an annual flower festival. Canberra is home to so much history, gourmet food, monuments and trendy hotels like Hotel Realm. Where to stay in Canberra: Hotel Realm Hotel Realm is Canberra’s newly renovated 5 star luxury hotel located minutes away from the…

Unique Stays Around the World

As much as we love familiar surroundings and modern hotels, we’ve recently pursued new and unique accommodation experiences which has created some of our best travel memories. Here is a wrap up of some of our most memorable and unique stays that we’ve found through Booking.com to add to your bucket list ASAP! Pssssttt… If…

Hotel Review: Riad Fès – Relais & Châteaux in Fes, Morocco

Fes is the second largest City in Morocco. It’s also the world’s largest urban pedestrian zone which means foot traffic and donkey carts are much more abundant than cars – so if you’re visiting Fes for the first time, we highly recommend choosing a strategic location for your accomodation right in the heart of the…

Hotel Review: Es Saadi Resort – Marrakech, Morocco

Es Saadi Resort Es Saadi Resort’s Famous Pool If you’re not familiar with Es Saadi Resort – prepare to be stunned! This luxury five star resort is located in the up-market Hivernage neighbourhood of Marrakech. Founded by Jean Bauchet, the former manager of the Moulin Rouge, he transformed 8 hectares of land into lush green gardens…

Hotel Review: Pulitzer Hotel, Amsterdam

Pulitzer Hotel, Amsterdam When we made our way to the capital of the Netherlands, we immediately knew we wanted to stay somewhere right along the belt of the Amsterdam canals. Luckily enough, we were able to tick this off our list at an UNESCO World Heritage site in the heart of the Nine Streets neighbourhood…