My series about The Peninsula in Hong Kong finally comes to a close with a review of my room, the hotel property, and the breakfast buffet. Check it out because the pictures are just lovely!
What do you do when you cannot use points to stay at a hotel for free? You maximize the money you spend. Here is how I did it recently at The Peninsula in Hong Kong.
I am not much of an afternoon tea guy, but when I was staying at a hotel with a legendary afternoon tea service I figured I had to try it. Click through to see how it went.
Did you enjoy my review of the Peninsula hotel Rolls Royce? Well check out a video of the experience!
I recently had the chance to stay at the luxurious (if not a little imposing) Waldorf Astoria in Berlin. Click on the post to see my thoughts because the pictures are incredible!
A few weeks ago I was in New York to spend time with my family. I don’t have any family in New York, they were visiting there and flights were cheap, so why not? The first night I stayed at the Hilton New York in midtown Manhattan, which is a massive if not unimpressive edifice that is nice enough on the inside but has little personality. I needed to be in New York for one more night and was perusing through available hotels and for some reason my eyes kept darting back to the Park Hyatt New York. It was certainly out of my budget (at around $900 per night!) but I had some Hyatt points sitting there. Could it be worth it? Let’s review the Park Hyatt New York.