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Short stay: Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour, Sydney, Australia
This week I travelled to Sydney for just four nights to attend the seventh edition of Luxperience, a three and a half day luxury travel trade forum connecting many of the world's most exclusive travel providers in the southern hemisphere. It was therefore an opportunity to network with a number...
 
Moscow's open air a cappella festival – part of Moscow Seasons
I recently had the pleasure of visiting Moscow for the first time to attend the second 'Moscow Spring A Cappella' festival, one of the largest a cappella events in the world, and part of a series of seasonal street events across the Russian capital known as 'Moscow Seasons'. Moscow Seasons is a...
 
A guide to luxury travel with kids
If you're looking to take a luxury vacation with your children, there are some things to consider before booking your trip. Picking the location is probably the biggest decision you'll make. But even after you choose a destination, you'll need to do some research before finalizing your plans....
 
5 InterContinental hotels and resorts for vegan luxury travel in Hong Kong and Vietnam
Having tried and tested these five InterContinental hotels and resorts for vegan luxury travel in Hong Kong and Vietnam, we are pleased to say that they all catered excellently for us as vegan guests. During our visits we enjoyed extensive vegan breakfasts, vegan canapes in Club InterContinental...
 
London: Capital of the World?
Ask the well-travelled, over a late-night drink, for their nomination for the world's favourite city and you'll be surprised how many back London. After another drink, some even start promoting dynamic London as The Capital of the World. It's easy to put together an ABC claim for London: Adele,...
 
5 of the best luxury hotel companies
There are many luxury hotel brands, and hotel that purport to be 5-star properties. But in this crowded space, a few companies stand out for the quality of experience they offer guests, both their hard product and soft product. Are they perfect? No, but on the occasions when something goes...
 
8 essential tips to avoiding travel madness and making your next trip a success
I'm a planner. A week before most trips I start laying out the basics, making checklists, and doing last minute shopping to fill in the gaps. With four kids and a husband to pack for, it's my way of always being prepared. We were headed on a trip down under—flying from Hong Kong to Sydney, with...
 
5 of the world's best serviced apartments for the business traveller
Travel around the world on business a lot? If you do, you'll no doubt appreciate the comfort of a good quality, long-term base when you travel – something that gives you more independence and privacy than a traditional hotel stay. We spoke to our friends at Vision Apartments to identify five...
 
5 popular food items recommended for the well-heeled traveller in China
The Chinese love eating – that's a fact. Food is an important part of the Chinese culture. It has been for thousands of years. It is usual for a Chinese to greet another with "Have you eaten?" rather than 'How are you?" as practised in the West. Chinese do love their food! Broadly, there are...
 
5 of the best restaurants in Canary Wharf
Who would have thought? When I first moved to Canary Wharf in the late 1999, there was literally nothing. One Tesco Metro and a handful of shops and restaurants which were closing on Friday night to reopen on Monday. British friends and colleagues stared at me puzzled and slightly snobbish from...
 
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