One of the most important things about planning a wedding has to be booking the most perfect and romantic honeymoon destination. I know the dress, the venue, and the cake are all important, but come on after the stress and excitement of creating a perfect day you are going to be in need of some well-earned rest and relaxation, and this is where the Cocobay Resort in Antigua comes in. It’s strange, I’m not sure why I haven’t shared more of our honeymoon, I adored every second of it, so after a number of people enquired about the hotel we
Marrakech is one of the most pinned tourist destinations in the world, after my visit earlier this month I can see why, especially when you get to stay in places like Les Deux Tours Hotel, a stylish and serene boutique resort in the city’s lush Palmeraie. When my husband and I go away we always look for hotels with a bit character, somewhere that doesn’t have too many rooms, a place that offers great food, has beautiful surroundings and most of all a hotel that will leave a lasting memory, and Les Deux Tours certainly offers all that and more.
A hotel can make and a break a holiday, when it’s bad it affects everything as you can’t relax, and in turn when it’s amazing it seems to give your trip a boost and makes it even better, one for the memories, and for me the Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur totally made my recent press trip with Malaysian Airlines to the Malaysian capital. This Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur hotel really has it all, good size rooms, great location – my room literally overlooked the Petronas Twin Towers, impeccable service – I really don’t think I could have got around the
Paris is one of my favourite places, I think New York is the only city that rivals it for me, and I love that it is so close, the Eurostar really does make it super easy to visit from London and the UK. However, when I have been to Paris before I’ve found it very frustrating finding a great hotel, they are generally tiny, expensive and not very modern. Don’t get me wrong there are amazing hotels, but over the years I’ve come to realise that Paris is a city where it really does pay to go for something a
I probably go past the St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel around 2 to 3 times a week, I’ve been to events there, I’ve even had a few meetings, and each time I step inside the beautifully restored Victorian Gothic building the architecture takes my breath away, so I was a little giddy when I found out I’d be spending the night before whizzing over to Paris as part of a press trip. The façade is spectacular, Gilbert Scott really knew what he was doing, and even during my short stay I loved getting lost just admiring the architectural details, from the grand staircase,