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April 13, 2020
Review: Hyatt Parisi Udvar Hotel Budapest [2020]

The beautiful city Budapest has a lot to offer. Not just the stunning architecture throughout Hungary's capital is taking you in, also the many impressive hotels, like the new Párisi Udvar Hotel Budapest from the Unbound Collection by Hyatt will make you want to stay more than one night in Budapest. The brand new Hyatt […]

March 18, 2018
Hotel Review: Art'otel Budapest, Hungary

With the impending removal of Club Carlson's last night free benefit and recent devaluation, now is a prime time to burn through any extra Club Carlson points and maximizing the 2-for-1 award nights. On a recent trip to Budapest, Hungary I decided to stay two nights at the Art'otel Budapest. Normally the hotel costs 28,000 points per night, but using the last […]

April 22, 2015
30 Nights. Crowne Plazas. 150K IHG Points. Why Not!

Coincidentally the previous IHG Pointbreaks came out right as I was planning some travels through Europe. I had just finished wrapping up an amazing three month stint exploring Argentina and Brazil and had a lot of IHG points I wanted to burn through...so what better way than 30 nights of Pointbreaks hotels? Right? When IHG released the winter Pointbreaks […]

July 11, 2019
Hotel Review: Hampton by Hilton Cluj-Napoca, Romania

I recently had the chance to explore a small bit of Romania on my way to Budapest, where I ended up booking 5 nights at the Hampton by Hilton Cluj-Napoca. The hotel is a category 2 Hilton property and costs 10,000 Hilton HHonors points or around $80 per night. For all guests the hotel offers free breakfast, wifi, and parking. […]

November 20, 2019
Hotel Review: Palacio Duhau Park Hyatt Buenos Aires

I'm playing catch-up on my Argentina trip report and I figure it's still worth it to write up a few hotel reviews from my trip 2 months in the country. After staying in both Park Hyatt properties in Argentina it offered me an interesting comparison looking at both. Trip Report: One-Way Down to Argentina Lounge Review: The […]

April 20, 2015
Hotel Review: Tupungato Divino Wine Hotel - Valle de Uco, Argentina

If you're planning a trip to Argentina’s wine country, sooner or later you will probably hear of a place known as Valle de Uco. Over the last 20 years, Valle de Uco in Mendoza province has steadily been growing within the wine industry and now produces some of the best Malbecs in the world. Located […]

April 20, 2015
Hotel Review: Posada Salentein - Valle de Uco, Argentina

To wine lovers, Mendoza, Argentina is known for it's production of great Malbec wine. Throughout the province there are vineyards and wineries that are internationally renowned and some of them even offer relaxing lodging right on the vineyard. Around the city of Mendoza, there are three wine districts---Maipu, Chacras del Choria and Valle de Uco. As a […]

October 6, 2014
Hotel Review: Hilton Conrad Tokyo, Japan

The Conrad Tokyo, is by far one of my favorite Hilton properties that I have had the chance to stay in. It's in the Minato district which is an ideal location for travelers who wish to be near the busy hustle and bustle of Tokyo's fashionable district, art galleries, and also have a view of […]

January 30, 2020
Hotel Review: InterContinental Kuala Lumpur – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

I flew into Kuala Lumpur on Air Asia after spending a week on beaches around Krabi, Thailand and was looking forward to spending a few days in a larger city. After I made the initial reservation at the Intercontinental Kuala Lumpur, I was able to make a successful Best Rate Guarantee claim for my stay which was […]

January 30, 2020
Hotel Review: InterContinental Bali - Jimbaran, Indonesia

The Intercontinental Bali is a resort located in Jimbaran, a quieter and less crowded district in Bali than say, Kuta or Legian which are known for their night life and night clubs. This area is a excellent place for a relaxing getaway and also makes for a great home base for exploring the top things […]

September 8, 2014
Hotel Review: The Stones Hotel, Marriott Autograph Collection - Bali, Indonesia

Bali is synonymous with this sort of exotic beachy, laid back surfer culture---that vibe is also absorbed by some of the resorts in the area. While in Legian, Bali I decided to take advantage of a free night certificate with Marriott at The Stones Hotel-Bali, which is one of Marriott's Autograph Collection properties and also considered […]

November 14, 2019
Hotel Review: JW Marriott Hanoi, Vietnam

After our stay in Ho Chi Minh City we were excited to explore Hanoi and see the difference between the Vietnam's south and north of the country. If you are considering which city to visit, here is a useful guide that compares Hanoi vs Ho Chi Minh City. While in the capitol of Vietnam, the […]

July 15, 2014
Hotel Review: InterContinental Asiana Saigon - Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

After  long bus ride into Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam from Pnom Phen, Cambodia, without a doubt I was looking forward to checking in to the InterContinental Asiana Saigon to kick back and relax before exploring Vietnam. After I made the initial reservation, I was able to make a successful BRG claim for my stay […]

July 9, 2014
Hotel Review: InterContinental Phnom Penh, Cambodia

After a week exploring Siem Reap and Angkor Wat I journeyed onward to Cambodia's capital city, Phnom Penh. Traveling between the two cities involved an 8 hour bus ride through a mostly under construction highway, a rough ride to say the least, but still a great way to see the countryside. After a long travel […]

June 26, 2014
Review: Crowne Plaza Lumpini Park – Bangkok, Thailand

This past week spent in Bangkok I spent the first two nights at the Park Plaza Bangkok Soi 18 and just checked out from a five night stay at the Crowne Plaza Lumpini Park in Bangkok. The Crowne Plaza Lumpini Park was a property on IHG’s PointBreaks list for stays from May 27 – June […]

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