The Air New Zealand Koru Lounge Christchurch is one of the biggest lounges in the network. As it’s the norm for Air New Zealand lounges, there is a lot of daylight, comfortable seating and a modern design. In this review, we’ll explain what you can expect in the Air New Zealand Koru Lounge Christchurch. You can find more content about Christchurch on our city page! Prior to my Air New Zealand domestic flight… Read More

For the second night in Prague, I decided to give the InterContinental Prague a try. The property has a nice location, but didn’t totally satisfy me. The rooms are a little outdated and the breakfast was totally overrun. Nevertheless, the InterContinental isn’t a bad place to stay at in Prague. Stay tuned for an extensive review here on traveluxblog and check out our city page for more content, including hotel reviews, about… Read More

Prague is known to be one of the most fascinating cities in Europe. I’ve been here a couple of times and am enjoying every single visit. Currently, it is a little too crowded for my taste, but the great weather makes up for that. If you want to read more about Prague, be sure to check out our city page with all the necessary information including a city guide, helpful information and… Read More

The Gainsborough Bath is one of the newest luxury hotels in England. Located in the Spa Town of Bath, The Gainsborough is set in a historic location. While the place is expensive, I really enjoyed my stay. Here’s our extensive review explaining what you can expect! You can find more content about Bath on our city page! While I’ve been to a couple luxury hotels in London including One Aldwych London, I… Read More

The Hilton Prague Old Town is one of two Hilton hotels in the city. I’ve already reviewed the Hilton Prague. As I didn’t enjoy my last stay there too much, I checked out the other property this time. Sadly, there was no upgrade available and the stay had some flaws. Nevertheless, the property isn’t a bad place to stay when in Prague. Stay tuned for an extensive review here on traveluxblog!

With my birthday coming up tomorrow, we’re currently visiting Prague and Vienna and will have some content about the trips on the website starting from tomorrow. If you didn’t have the chance to check out traveluxblog last week, here’s all our content summed up! We started the week with our extensive review of the Hilton Brisbane. Here’s the review! Rather disappointing. Our extensive review of flying with Aerolineas Argentinas! From air to… Read More

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The southernmost city in the world, Ushuaia, is also the capital of the Tierra del Fuego located in Southern Argentina. Ushuaia was founded in the second half of the 19th century by British missionaries, and was first inhabited mainly by non-Argentinians. Nowadays, it is used both as an industrial port as well as a touristic spot. Many cruise ships to the Antartica start or stop here. A bit about Ushuaia’s history Since… Read More

CrossCountry is one of the biggest train operators in the United Kingdom. CrossCountry operates on several routes in the United Kingdom from the South to the North. However, the company doesn’t have any trains to or from London, but pretty much everywhere else. In this review, I’ll explain what you can expect of the CrossCountry First Class. I’ve already reviewed the Great Western Railway Second Class here on traveluxblog and will have… Read More

On my way from Buenos Aires to Ushuaia and back, I had the chance to give the Aerolineas Argentinas domestic Economy Class a try. Interestingly, Aerolineas used one of the older planes for the one and a brand new for the way back. The difference was quite big  as you’ll see in this review. The flight from Buenos Aires to Ushuaia is not only one of the longest in Argentina, but also… Read More