Hotel Reviews

Tintswalo Atlantic Hotel

05/04/2018 by .

“Okay Andy, just stand there with your back to the ocean and throw it!” I’m taking part in Tintswalo’s traditional farewell ceremony and General Manager Ryno is making sure I don’t mess it up. After all, throwing a stone over your shoulder and making a wish at the same time is a complicated business.

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Hotel Arts Barcelona

Hotel Arts really has spoiled us, and with its beachside location, on-site spa and contemporary vibe, it comes highly recommended for city explorers who like to smell the sea.

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Pamuzinda Safari Lodge, Zimbabwe

It was the soft morning light rather than my alarm that woke me ahead of a morning game drive. Pamuzinda Safari Lodge is set on a vast private estate.

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Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront

The Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront is a perfect oasis; near enough to the Waterfront to walk to, but far enough away to enjoy some luxury living and an unobstructed ocean view without the crowds.

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The Alpina Gstaad

As the train pulls into Gstaad, I get a glimpse of the Alpina, looking like a stately castle perched high above the town. The driver who meets me tells me that, although the hotel looks old, it only opened in 2012, built on the site of a previous property which had fallen into disrepair.

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MannaBay Boutique Hotel

Staring out of the floor-to-ceiling glass windows of my extraordinary Black and White room at MannaBay I was having a moment. Not quite an epiphany you understand, but mighty close to one.

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