The second largest city in Africa, Johannesburg offers an eclectic vibe of sights and sounds. Affectionately known as Jozi or Joburg, this is one of my favorite cities in South Africa and these are my favorite places to stay.
The city of Beijing is an international hub for business and tourism. Each year more than 4 million international tourists visit Beijing – it is after all the city that Marco Polo visited back when it was called Daidu. Whether you are in Beijing for business or pleasure, these 5-star hotels will ensure your stay is spectacular.
Whether it’s snorkeling the reefs, soaking up the rays on the beach, spending a lazy afternoon swinging in a hammock or swimming in a pool beneath a waterfall—however you choose to spend the day in Fiji, make one of these luxury resorts your nighttime resting place. 5. FIJI HIDEAWAY RESORT & SPA Situated on the…
Ah, Mexico City… in 1521, Hernán Cortez called it “Paradise” and unlike anything the Spaniards had ever seen. Modern day Mexico City is a thriving metropolis with more than nine million residents. In the midst of it all are three uniquely distinct five star hotels that anyone would love to call home for at least…
Since becoming an independent country in 2006, Montenegro has become a popular place for tourists largely due to its coast line on the Adriatic Sea. And the Aman Sveti Stefan, encompassing an isthmus-connected islet, and known for its diverse nightlife, beaches and striking architecture, has become one of the most trendy upscale resort communities in the country.
Amsterdam, one of the most visited cities in the Netherlands, and famous for its liberal policies, coffee shops, and the Die Port van Cleve Hotel. More than an average hotel, Die Port van Cleve is an historical monument and was the very first Heineken brewery. The ambiance of Die Port van Cleve is all Dutch….
In the posh, upscale La Recoleta neighborhood of Buenos Aires, surrounded by tango bars and cafes, designer shops and restaurants, is where five-star elegance abounds: at Caesar Park Buenos Aires. Drenched in white marble and crystal, elegant fabrics and dark wood, Caesar Park welcomes its guests without a single detail left to chance.
Nungwi beach is known for its white sand, crystal clear water and swaying palm fronds. Gorgeous floral landscapes make Ora Resort My Blue Hotel in Zanzibar one of the most visited resorts in Tanzania. Getting there is not complicated but can be a bit of an adventure. The international airport is in Stone Town and from there you can take a private coach, taxi, bus or, what’s most preferred, the beach taxi which will take you directly to the resort. Of course, if you’re visiting Zanzibar from the mainland of Tanzania, you can always take the ferry or a catamaran across.