Hotel Reviews

Review: Hoshinoya Tokyo

A busy trip to Tokyo can often be draining, so if you’ve got a spare couple of days at the end of your trip it may be wor...

James Fordham |

Review: The Strings by InterContinental Tokyo

With 206 guestrooms and suites, the Strings by InterContinental Tokyo is a medium-sized hotel that’s best suited to those...

James Fordham |

Review: Four Seasons Hotel Sydney

With 531 rooms, a newly-renovated club lounge (Lounge 32), sweeping views of Sydney Harbour, a modern restaurant and a sizeable...

Chris C. |

Review: InterContinental Osaka

The InterContinental Osaka is a relatively new hotel, having opened in 2013 in the Grand Front Osaka commercial development &nd...

James Fordham |

Review: ANA InterContinental Tokyo

If you’re looking for a 5-star business hotel in Tokyo with mid-range prices, the ANA InterContinental Tokyo offers ...

James Fordham |

Review: Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen's Park hotel

Opened just this year, the modern Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen's Park hotel now welcomes guests with a whopping 1,360 rooms a...

Chris C. |

Review: Sheraton Waikiki, Honolulu, Hawaii

Starwood’s Sheraton Waikiki hotel is a sprawling complex of guest rooms and restaurants, encompassing an impressive range...

James Fordham |

Review: Hyatt Regency Sydney hotel at Darling Harbour

With 892 guestrooms, two 24-hour gyms, a new rooftop bar and a Regency Club lounge, the Hyatt Regency Sydney hotel certainly pu...

Chris C. |

Review: Pullman Sydney Airport hotel

Pullman Sydney Airport isn't your typical 'airport hotel' – rather, an upscale property that could easily belong in the S...

Chris C. |

Review: Trump International Hotel, New York

It may not be the tallest building in the Manhattan skyline, but the Trump International Hotel and Tower occupies a commanding ...

James Fordham |

Review: Crowne Plaza Hotel, Singapore Changi Airport

It’s been 5 years since we last visited the Crowne Plaza at Singapore’s Changi Airport, and as far as airport hotel...

James Fordham |

Review: Peninsula Hotel Tokyo

Featuring 314 guestrooms, the Peninsula Tokyo offers up some of Tokyo’s biggest rooms in supremely luxurious surrounds. W...

James Fordham |

Review: Hilton Los Angeles San Gabriel hotel

Travellers to Los Angeles often look for hotels in the centre of the city – and pay a significant premium for the privile...

Chris C. |

Review: Hilton Manhattan East hotel New York

Built in 1931 and originally the Hotel Tudor, the now Hilton Manhattan East hotel in New York Midtown offers 300 rooms in pract...

Chris C. |

Review: Kowloon Shangri-La, Hong Kong hotel

Featuring 688 guestrooms, seven bars and restaurants – including one that's Michelin-starred – plus an impressive t...

Chris C. |

Review: St. Regis Hotel Shenzhen, China

The St. Regis Hotel Shenzhen was, for a time, occupying the tallest structure in Shenzhen when it first opened in 2012 – ...

James Fordham |

Review: Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel in Kowloon

Catering equally to busy business travellers and higher-end leisure visitors, the 'Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel' gives you a taste...

Chris C. |

Review: Hotel Hugo New York hotel in SoHo

Planning a New York trip but want something 'different' to your average big city chain hotel? Hotel Hugo in West SoHo, Manhatta...

Chris C. |