Archive for 'Hotel Tip'
Posted on 11. May, 2016 by Dani.
Confession: There are times when I feel a little bit intimated when visiting a new place. It doesn’t happen often, mainly in massive cities I’ve never been to, like Hong Kong or Mexico City. And I’ve found the best way to make myself feel more at ease and comfortable in a case like this is […]
Posted on 02. Dec, 2015 by Dani.
Looking for a great place to stay in the heart of Berlin? The Park Inn, right in Alexanderplatz, is perfect for you, with 4* comforts and stunning views!
Posted on 12. Nov, 2015 by Dani.
When I researched places to stay in Reykjavik, one of the first places I came across was the Loft Hostel. It was one of those hostels where I knew right away: that’s where I wanted to stay. The pictures of the rooms looked amazing, the location was excellent, customer reviews were great. But only because […]
Posted on 13. Oct, 2015 by Dani.
Let me introduce you to the funkiest and most unconventional B&B I’ve ever stayed in: Snooze in Brighton!
Posted on 29. Jun, 2015 by Dani.
When I arrived at the OZO Wesley, I immediately liked the beautiful stylish entrance – but it was when I walked through these doors that I was truly stunned.The swanky, bright and spacious lobby has hands down one of the funkiest designs I’ve ever seen in a hotel. The waved wooden lines that cover parts […]
Posted on 01. May, 2015 by Dani.
My criteria for choosing hotels usually depends on the kind of trip I’m taking and on my destination. In a scorching hot city like Bangkok I always make sure to book a hotel with a pool so that I can cool off after a day of sightseeing. If I’m by the beach, I look for […]
Posted on 27. Mar, 2015 by Dani.
This small boutique hotel on Sri Lanka’s south coast feels more like your own private villa with only eight rooms! A true gem of a hotel and well worth the splurge.
Posted on 18. Mar, 2015 by Dani.
Theva Residency, perched to the side of a mountain high above the city of Kandy, makes for a wonderful retreat when visiting Kandy’s UNESCO site. Read my full review: