I’ve stayed in a few hotels in Bali, but none seemed to wow me as much as Kayumanis Private Estate & Spa. Everything from the remote location to the impeccable level of service we received really defined this place as the ultimate honeymoon spot. After we left Bali, I asked Karl which hotel was his
For our honeymoon, weather ultimately determined exactly which places we chose to visit. Because autumn is monsoon season in parts of Asia, we chose Bali and Hong Kong as our honeymoon locations, because they were amongst the few places in Asia where it wouldn’t be raining. In my last post, I told you exactly how
New York City is one of my favorite places to experience luxury boutique hotels with unique design elements. The alluring thing about Manhattan is you can visit several different neighborhoods and have a completely different experience in each spot (read about the other NYC neighborhoods I’ve explored: Lower East Side, Meatpacking District, and Gramercy Park).
Every time I travel to the Big Apple, I make an attempt to experience a different neighborhood; Manhattan is crawling with plenty—each radiating its own very distinct vibe that differentiates it from the rest (read about my experiences in these neighborhoods: Meatpacking District and Gramercy Park). Of all these neighborhoods, I think I may have
My long-distance best friend and I make it a priority to meet up at least once a year in a different country. Our target for next year is Belize, a destination comprising an eye-popping mix of jungles, mountains, islands, and one of the world’s most mysterious ancient civilizations. As fate would have it, if you believe in such
VIDEO REVIEW: For the most part, I’ve always been a very open-minded traveler when it comes to lodging. From tiny hostels to all-inclusive resorts, I’ve experienced a wide array of accommodations. As of late, however, I have developed a particular affinity for luxury boutique hotels. During my last two trips to New York City, I
One glance at the Montaña Mágica Lodge, also known as Magic Mountain Lodge, and you’ll be wondering if this is a real hotel or a set built for ‘The Hobbit.’ Well, I can assure you this was not designed for Bilbo Baggins, or even the lovable blue creatures from ‘Avatar,” but rather for curious adventurers
One word that can never be used to describe a Chinese architect: boring. As a rising global superpower, it should come as no surprise to see a multitude of impressive architectural innovations erupting all throughout the lands of China. Among its latest and greatest landmark buildings is the stunning Sheraton Huzhou Hot Spring Resort. Looming