It is a little bit sad to see the state of affairs at Air India being as messy as I saw earlier this week when I flew them. Everything is broken on their planes, and the general apathy of the people in their offices towards passengers is unbeatable! They just don’t want to seem to fix the customer experience.
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The Park Hyatt Resort & Spa is one of the best resorts in Goa. Spread over 45 acres of landscaped gardens, lagoons and with access to a private beach read about our recent stay experience at this resort.
During our recent stay at the Park Hyatt Goa, we stayed at the Presidential Suite. Read here what it’s like to stay in this luxury suite that offers a 360 degree view of the resort and the Arabian Sea.
Vistara recently opened to public their lounge at the Delhi Airport. This must have been one of the quickest executions of a lounge, given that the airline is in operation only for a year and a half. We went inside the lounge and came back with a review so that you could figure out if you wanted to go here or not. Mostly, you would want to.
I’m asked over and over again, why the same hotels and why not something else? Here is one reason why I go back to one of my favourite hotel time and again. This is not a paid endorsement, we do not do that around here 😉
Jet Airways operates a daily flight on the Mumbai – Delhi and Delhi – Mumbai segment with their Airbus 330-200 planes, which they also fly abroad. This could be an opportunity to try out their wide body product while flying domestically.
Vistara inaugurated a new lounge at their hub in Delhi recently, and we made a trip to find out all the ins and outs of the lounge. Have a look at these pictures Live from the Vistara Lounge!
Nepal Diaries: Introduction Nepal Diaries: 9W 266 Mumbai–Kathmandu, Jet Airways Economy Nepal Diaries: Hyatt Regency Kathmandu Nepal Diaries: Dining at Bhojan Griha Nepal Diaries: The Namobuddha Resort Nepal Diaries: Kathmandu Executive Lounge Nepal Diaries: 9W 265 Kathmandu-Mumbai, Jet Airways Economy/Business For our departure flight from Kathmandu, we arrived at the Tribhuvan International Airport well in time 3 hours before departure. Right at the entrance to terminal all our bags were scanned and we were hand frisked in a very casual manner. I did not notice any metal detectors and honestly did not understand the idea behind frisking passengers at this point. The departure terminal is quite small and easy to maneuver around. Like I have already mentioned before that a large part…
Kathmandu airport has a nice functional lounge called the Executive Lounge, which is managed by Radisson. Usually not very crowded and does the job very well. Something we needed as we came to a close of our trip to Nepal.
One of the best parts of our trip to Nepal was the stay at the Namobuddha Resort, which was set in nature with an experience that was better than being in Kathmandu. Here is a review of our visit to this resort, which was pretty nice!