Unearthing the rich flavours and history of Tuscan cuisine

As the weather gets colder, Hotel Savoy in Florence has introduced just the thing to warm the heart and soul with the introduction of their new Tuscan Culinary Retreat.  Curated by star Chef Fulvio Pierangelini, enjoy a Tuscan immersive retreat with an unforgettable blend of culture, cuisine and discovery. His passion for simple ingredients, cooked well, has […]

Emirates set to connect Dubai to more cities than ever before

Emirates opened the Dubai Airshow 2023 today with a significant order for 95 additional wide-body aircraft, taking its total order book to 295 aircraft. Already the world’s biggest operator of wide-body passenger aircraft, Emirates has committed to additional Boeing 777-9s, 777-8s, and 787s. The order is worth US$ 52 billion and will power Emirates’ growth plans. […]

Review: The Cumberland, Marble Arch, London, UK

The Cumberland regained its old name in May, having spent a number of years as the Hard Rock Hotel London. But, despite the name change, the musical associations of the 900-room hotel, which was the last official residence of Jimi Hendrix and home to the original Hard Rock Cafe, still remain. In fact, musical references […]

Luxury hotels in South Africa’s forgotten Eastern Cape

The Eastern Cape with its windswept beaches, jungle vegetation and open-hearted, laid-back people often gets coded as a backpacker’s or surfer destination. But to view it in this light would not only be a gross discredit to the region but to the astonishing series of luxury accommodation options.  After a stay at three luxury hotels […]

Review: nhow London Hotel, Islington, UK

nhow London Hotel is an urban sanctuary where the sleek sophistication of contemporary design meets East London’s creative energy. Part of the Spanish NH Hotel Group, this picturesque open-house lifestyle hotel is set among some of the city’s most eclectic neighbourhoods, making it more than just a hotel – it’s a cultural hub that mirrors […]

Beachside bliss at Bannisters, Port Stephens in NSW, Australia

Fans of chef Rick Stein, seafood lovers and those searching for the perfect beachside weekend getaway, it’s time to pack your bags. A two-and-a-half hours north of Sydney, on the East Coast of Australia, is the beautiful seaside destination of Port Stephens – over 30km of white, sandy beaches, pristine waters, fabulous national parks, stunning […]

Review: The Cottage in the Wood Malvern, UK

No longer merely a Georgian cottage, this boutique hotel is now a fine-dining destination drawing foodies from afar. Earlier this year the 1919 Restaurant, at The Cottage in the Wood, received the accolade of a third AA Rosette. A reward for the passionate creativity of Rob Mason, Head Chef. Moreover, the superlative quality of the […]

12 bucket-list worthy culinary adventures

Travel isn’t just about the places you visit—it’s also about the incredible food you get to try. Sometimesit is so good that it alone is worth the plane ticket. I’m not talking about just any food, I’m talking aboutjaw-dropping, once-in-a-lifetime culinary experiences that deserve a place on your bucket list. Fromdining under the sea in […]

5 off-beat places to visit in South India

For all the travelers out there looking for an authentic experience, we’ve picked out some of the best places to see in South India that need to be discovered in our offbeat travel guide. Personally, we think you only truly get to know a place by bumping into random spots and people, making it your […]

6 Louisiana dining treats in Lake Charles

Dining in Lake Charles, Louisiana, is a crossroad of Cajun, Creole, and Texas flavors. From fine dining to get-your-hands-dirty local favorites, your taste buds will go on a culinary adventure without going far. Drago’s at L’Auberge Resort Famous in the area for local seafood like nowhere else, the local catch is top shelf. Start with […]

Great golf in Cajun Country

Lake Charles, Louisiana sits with the ocean, the lake and some rivers running through the area. The golf results are picturesque holes with an abundance of foliage, unique topography and coastal wildlife. While battered by a coastal storm two years ago, the golf courses used this as an opportunity to improve holes, upgrade the clubhouses, […]

Romance in the Warm Heart of Africa

Malawi might not be at the top of your list when thinking of romantic holidays, weddings or honeymoons, but it should be! The Warm Heart of Africa is a hidden gem for all things romance. Full of secret, stunning, special and best of all, uncrowded, places. Golden beaches, excellent wildlife reserves, and friendly, welcoming people. […]

Review: Gal Oya Lodge, Galgamuwa, Sri Lanka

Three hours south-east of Kandy, Gal Oya Lodge is the gateway to a National Park that includes Sri Lanka’s largest lake, Senanayake Samudraya. It is the only place in Sri Lanka where you can take a boat safari to see elephants swimming between some of the lake’s 47 islands. Beyond mobile phone reception, beyond wi-fi […]

Review: Stafford Bungalow, Sri Lanka

Days of Raj elegance live on behind the white picket fences at the Stafford Bungalow. The roads to Ragala snake, writhe and wriggle forever upwards through the tea fields of Sri Lanka’s central region. A mile above sea level, in Sri Lankan hill country, sits the Stafford Bungalow. A luxury boutique villa with full service. […]

Our top 10 Argentina travel experiences

Our top 10 Argentina travel experiences By Alfonso Tandazo on Oct 17, 2023 in Argentina, Attractions, Food and Drink, Going Out, Regions, South America, Travel Miscellany There are good reasons why Argentina is the most popular tourist destination in all of South America. A land of supreme sights, fine wine, gauchos, and wildlife, travelers are […]