Hotel Review: Six Senses Duxton (Duxton Duplex Suite) - Luxury Hotel with Sustainability Focus

The Six Senses Duxton is the first city property for Six Senses and it is also one of the most highly-anticipated hotels to open in Singapore this year. The Six Senses Duxton has been sustainably-restored by famous British designer, Anouska Hempel and it features a synthesis of Chinese, Malay and European design elements. The Six Senses Maxwell (which is just located a couple of minutes away on foot) is slated to open in October 2018 and guests staying in either property will be able to enjoy all the amenities across both hotels. Check out my review of the Duxton Duplex Suite here!

Read More

Hotel Review: Hilton Tokyo (King Tower Suite Executive) - Japanese-inspired Suite in Shinjuku

When I traveled from Kuala Lumpur to Tokyo back in May, I spent a week at the Hyatt Regency Tokyo (which I really liked!) before moving over to the Hilton Tokyo which is located just across the road. Check out my review of the huge King Tower Suite Executive at the Hilton Tokyo where you will also get to enjoy evening cocktails and a great Japanese breakfast!

Read More

Hotel Review: Hilton Orlando (Pool View Room) - Short Walk to Orange County Convention Center

I spent two weeks in Florida back in April where I booked myself on a flight from Dubai to New York on Emirates Business Class and then from New York to Tampa on Delta Air Lines First Class. After spending a week at The Westin Tampa Waterside, I drove down to Orlando where I was required to attend a major convention (for work) and stayed at the Hilton Orlando. Since the event was going to be held at the Orange County Convention Center (OCCC), we opted to stay at the Hilton Orlando this time since there are regular buses that will take us there in the morning. Read my review of a Pool View Room here!

Read More

Hotel Review: Hyatt Regency Tokyo (Regency Club Room) - Conveniently Located in Nishi-Shinjuku

I have stayed in multiple properties in Tokyo but the Shinjuku area is probably my favourite - the Hilton Tokyo is nice but I have spent over a week there previously so I decided that it was time to try out a different property this time. The Hyatt Regency Tokyo ticked all the right boxes from start to finish and it is now my favourite property in Shinjuku - check out my review of the Regency Club Room here!

Read More

Hotel Review: Kempinski Hotel Mall of the Emirates (Corner Suite) - Great for First Time Visitors to Dubai

The Kempinski Hotel Mall of the Emirates which I was staying at was located approximately 26km away from Dubai International Airport (DXB) and it took around 25-30 minutes on car to reach. Check out my review of this luxurious hotel in Dubai in a Corner Suite.

Read More

Hotel Review: PARKROYAL on Pickering (Orchid Club Deluxe Room) - Eco-friendly and Sustainable Luxury Hotel

The PARKROYAL on Pickering is one of the first few hotels in Singapore to truly make a commitment towards being sustainable and eco-friendly. While a number of properties have now caught up with green living, there are only a handful of hotels in Singapore that have been awarded with the BCA Green Mark Platinum Award. Check out my review of the Orchid Club Deluxe Room here!

Read More

Hotel Review: The Westin Tampa Waterside (Waterview Room) - Short Stroll from City with Great Views!

I recently travelled to Tampa (from New York) on Delta Air Lines and checked out the domestic First Class product. The journey to Tampa from Singapore was a rather long one and at the end of the trip, I was just really happy to check-in to The Westin Tampa Waterside where I stayed for a week (since it was fairly close to where I needed to be for my day job). Even though I did not have top-tier Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG) status, I was upgraded to a Waterview Room which was two levels up from the lead-in room category. Check out my review of The Westin Tampa Waterside here!

Read More

Hotel Review: Conrad Tokyo (King Executive Suite Bay View) - Luxury Hotel with view of Hamarikyu Gardens and Tokyo Bay

When I visited the Conrad Tokyo back in 2016, I was completely won over by not only the design of the hotel but the quality of food as well. My lunch at the property's award-winning Japanese restaurant, Kazahana, remains to be one of the most memorable dining experiences that I have had in Tokyo. As such, when I revisited Tokyo back in February 2018, I decided to spend a couple of nights here and since I have stayed in an Executive Room with Bay View previously, I opted for the Executive Suite Bay View this time instead.

Read More