The Qantas First Class Lounge Sydney is the most luxurious lounge at Sydney Airport. It’s also one of the best lounges you can access if holding an oneworld Emerald status. Learn about why the lounge is so nice in this extensive lounge review! You can find more content about Sydney on our city page! Sadly, I’m not in Australia very often, so I only got a taste of the great Qantas First… Read More

The DoubleTree Bristol City Centre is one of several options in the British city. As there is no ‘proper’ Hilton in the city, the DoubleTree is the most ‘luxurious’ option. In this review, I’ll explain what you can expect of staying here. You can find more content about Bristol on our city page! The DoubleTree in Bristol is located between the central station and the city center. There is not much around,… Read More

Time goes by quickly! We’ve shared several new impressions, guides and reviews with you this week. While there won’t be many new impressions at the beginning of next week, the next trip is already starting by the end of the week. So, stay tuned and enjoy our last week’s content! How’s flying Business Class with Oman Air like? Here are our first impressions! An affordable hotel in the heart of Sydney. Our… Read More

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A couple of weeks ago, I’ve already shared my impressions of the Hampton Berlin City West. As I enjoyed the property, I decided that it is worth checking out the new Hampton Berlin Alexanderplatz. While the rooms aren’t very large and the location isn’t ideal, everything else is just fine. Everything is brand new and high quality, the breakfast is good and the gym isn’t bad either. Stay tuned for an extensive… Read More

Milan, the second most populous comune in Italy, was our choice for my birthday in March. The city is not only the capital of the fashion world, but also the second richest city of the European Union. You can find more content about Milan on our city page! Not only its soft spot for design, but also its cuisine and historic landmarks attract millions of visitors each year. In this city guide… Read More

On our way back from Zanzibar to Germany, we were flying in the Oman Air regional Economy Class. While the flight wasn’t nearly full, it was still not very comfortable. The seat pitch in the modern Boeing 737 aircrafts is very tight, especially for such a long flight. In addition, the breakfast served wasn’t any good either. Only the entertainment system was great for a medium-haul flight. We’ll have a full review… Read More

Transportation in Wellington is relatively quickly explained. The city does neither have an underground system nor trams. Thus, the public transportation network of Wellington consists of buses and trolleybuses only. While KiwiRail offers a few-weekly train service from Wellington to Auckland, there are no major train services in the Wellington Area. The only exception is a five-line commuter rail network that connects Wellington with Paraparaumu in the North and Masterton as well… Read More

The Dhow Lounge Zanzibar might be the worst lounge I’ve ever been to. Small, old, weak food offerings. Yet, it’s still better than hanging out in the public area of the horrible Zanzibar Airport. At least, the opening of the new airport is on the horizon. So, there’s still hope. Stay tuned for an extensive review of the Dhow Lounge Zanzibar here on traveluxblog!

After four nights at the DoubleTree Resort Zanzibar, we decided to head to the DoubleTree Stone Town. The hotel is located in the historic center of Zanzibar City and has a very traditional charme. As the hotel is relatively young, the rooms are modern and very cozy. In addition, the food and beverage offerings are very good. Stay tuned for an extensive review here on traveluxblog!