Since I travel about three hundred days a year, I spend most nights of my life in hotel rooms across the world, so here's a roundup of my favorite finds of 2017.Read More
Paris is about the quaint, the small, the charming. Most affordable hotels a tourist would visit are everything but this.
This year when I returned to Paris for a week, I didn't give a hotel a second thought, but instead set my sights to Air B&B, and that’s how I found Venture2Paris. This wonderful, luxury apartment lets you live like a local for a week in the heart of the Marais, and is far more lovely and spacious than any hotel nearby.Read More
A ryokan is a traditional Japanese guest house, created to provide travelers with a place to rest, eat, and rejuvenate themselves on their journey. The concept dates back to 1600, and is still thriving today. Not much has changed in terms of what was traditionally offered: a spacious lobby, public baths, a kaiseki meal, and a room to sleep with tatsimi mats and shoji panels. But while ryokans were once popular around Japan and an inexpensive place to stay the night, the few that survive today offer a much fancier experience and look into Japanese culture for travelers.Read More
Gili Lankafushi took my breathe away from the moment we arrived via private boat transfer and met our personal butler who escorted us via golf cart down the jetty to our enormous over water bungalow.Read More