On our recent holiday in Nepal, we chose to stay at the Hyatt Regency, Kathmandu. Here is a review of this nice little hidden gem in the Hyatt ecosystem. Have a look in our in-depth review.
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Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur is considered to be one of the most romantic hotels in the world. On top of that, James Bond made them famous with Octopussy. Here is my review of this charming hotel which is a legend in itself!
On the #redcarpettrip, our first stop was Los Angeles. We chose to stay at the Andaz West Hollywood hotel there for three nights and had the iconic Penthouse Suite to ourselves.
This is a review of the stay at the Andaz West Hollywood Penthouse Suite. You are in for a suite surprise, so come in and read!
In 2015, I spent time at 7 luxury resorts in the hills and on beaches, apart from many other hotels in cities over the year. Here are some of the best resort experiences we had over 2015, all the way from India to Bora Bora to Maldives!
Shipra and myself just got back from a megatrip over 22 days, where we flew Singapore Airlines Suites Class, the Etihad Apartments, went to Los Angeles, Bora Bora, Las Vegas, Dallas, Washington D.C. and New York and had some amazing experiences.
This is a recap of the trip in pictures, while we get set to post an elaborate trip report for you, along with all the details!
Hyatt Regency Ahmedabad opened its doors in April 2015. I was there for a stay in June 2015, and here is a review of the hotel and its amenities.
Just got home from a quick 3 nights stay at the Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa. Here is a first look at what makes the Park Hyatt Maldives so special!
A few weeks back, I stayed at the Ritz Carlton Bangalore, the first hotel for the brand in India. I also discovered their impeccable and intuitive service, as well as the Ladies & Gentlemen at work. Pretty impressive short stay, reviewed for you.
Le Meridien Mahabaleshwar opened their doors on May 1, 2015. Here is the first review of the resort which is an impressive property set in the midst of nature, and perfect for a weekend retreat.
IHG’s only resort property in India, which turned out into a very underwhelming stay with a devil may care attitude from the staff. They are in the hotels business, not in the hospitality business, my take!