When we flew from Copenhagen to Geneva, we had the pleasure to visit the SAS Business Class Lounge at the Copenhagen Kastrup Airport. Modern architecture and Scandinavian design make spending some time there absolutely amazing. In addition, guests may use one of the iMacs provided or read one of many international newspapers. The only weakness: There was not really much food offered. Check out how we have rated the SAS Business Class… Read More

Even though we were really looking forward to the lounge at Munich Airport, it turned out impossible to get there. So, we “ended up” in the exclusive waiting area. Although there is no food offered, it is designed amazingly and drinks are available for free.  

Modern design and a new kind of boutique style hotel: The W Beijing looks like a perfect addition to the W chain. The location in the heart of Beijing is great, but the huge hotel with its 349 rooms may seem a little impersonal at times. Surprisingly, the reviews of the hotel are pretty streaky at the moment. Apart from that, the newly opened W Beijing looks like a stunning place in… Read More

The Lisbon International Airport exists for more than 70 years. Today, it’s one of the most modern and biggest airports in Southern Europe. As it is hub for the national carrier TAP Portugal, the airport gained more and more importance in the 21st century. In 2014, more than 18 million people departed or landed at Lisbon Portela Airport. We’ll guide you through the growing airport! Find more content about Lisbon on our city page!… Read More

I absolutely fell in love with Portugal in December. Due to that, we decided to spend New Year’s Eve in the Pousada de Cascais, a luxury hotel located right at the harbor of Cascais. Modern rooms, amazing views and great food. All the positive aspects of the Pousada proved to be right, but there were also some less convincing matters. Our hotel review of the Pousada de Cascais! Check out our rating… Read More

Hardly any city has as much to offer as Geneva in Switzerland. The country in the Alps is known for being a very neutral partner, so many negotiations take place there. Not any surprisingly, Geneva established itself as a center for culture, politics, economy and many international organisations. Above all, Geneva also is a very beautiful and attractive city for tourists. There’s only one thing to be aware of like in all other Swiss cities: Switzerland is a… Read More

There are so many new and amazing hotels in Asia that it’s often hard to make a choice. In Singapore, the Sofitel So is very individual – guests will either love it or hate it. The design is unique in all regards. That means that the lobby is a little different and so are the rooms. The only thing that’s the same as in all othera Sofitel properties is the high level… Read More

Some experiences are worth writing about even months afterwards. Hiking in Kitzbühel was unquestionably one of those. Beautiful weather in September, amazing nature and a long hike up to the “Sintersbach-Wasserfall”, a stunning waterfall in the Austrian Alps. If you ever have the chance to go to Kitzbühel, take some time to make this hike happen! Find more content about Kitzbühel on our city page! In September 2014, we had the pleasure to… Read More

Guangzhou is a booming metropolis in the South of China. Due to the rise of the trading volume, it is not any surprising that several luxury hotels opened in the city in the last years. One of the best and newest is the Mandarin Oriental Guangzhou. A perfect location, more than 200 spacious rooms and high-level gastronomy are just some advantages of staying at the Mandarin Oriental Guangzhou. Whoever travels to China… Read More

A hotel in Myanmar, being sportive in Kaliningrad, flying with TAP Portugal, testing a new hotel chain, visiting the beautiful Swedish city of Malmö and much more before we arrived in Winter Wonderland on Friday. Again, we wrote many articles about our experiences all around the world to make you part of our experiences and to give you a guide when travelling. Check out our newest look back! You know Nay Pyi Taw? Even though… Read More