The Arakur Resort Ushuaia is a truly fascinating hotel. The views alone are absolutely spectacular, but the resort is also great in many other regards. One of the nicest Spa areas I’ve seen so far, modern and very cozy rooms and friendly stuff. Just great. Stay tuned for an extensive review here on traveluxblog!

We have already published two posts about London before, but there is just so much to see and do in London that we would like to share some of our recent highlights of our trip to London. Both, Moritz and I have been to London several times beforehand, but it was actually Moritz’ first time to experience sunny London! Although we visited London in January we were blessed with the most stunning… Read More

We’ve made it to beautiful Ushuaia – also known as “fin del mundo”. Not only is it spectacular to see the continuously changing shades of clouds above the mountains, but also does it offer an amazing wildlife. Make sure to not miss out on exploring the Beagle Channel and saying hi to some pretty cute penguins! As usual, we’ll follow up with more pictures and information about our visit later on traveluxblog.com!

For a short overnight stay in Buenos Aires, we chose to stay at Anselmo Buenos Aires. The hotel was renovated a few years ago and nowadays is a member of the Curio Collection by Hilton. While the Anselmo definitely looks stylish at first sight, several areas are already quite run down. Stay tuned for an extensive review here on traveluxblog!

Despite an altitude of 3500 meters, Cusco is a fascinating city. If you’re planning to visit Machu Picchu make sure to spend a day in Cusco to explore the historical city. As always, stay tuned for an extensive post about this city!  

I’ve already reviewed the Turkish Airlines regional Economy Class in 2014. Thus, I thought it’s time for an update, especially as my impressions have changed a bit since then. Read why in this extensive airline review about the Turkish Airlines Economy Class. As a Turkish Airlines Miles & Smiles Elite member and frequent flyer, I had my fair share of Turkish Airlines flights in the last couple of years. Airplane: Airbus A320 Cabin Class:… Read More

For a quick overnight stay in Cusco, we opted for a stay at Hilton Garden Inn Cusco. The hotel has modern rooms, a good location and friendly staff. Sadly, our room was quite noisy and the internet was extremely bad. Other than that, I’d recommend the hotel, especially as it offers a great value for the money compared to most other hotels in Cusco. Stay tuned for an extensive hotel review here on… Read More

After some difficulties reaching Cusco, we managed to explore the magnificient Machu Picchu. The famous Inca site was really impressive despite rather foggy weather. Furthermore, we enjoyed a scenic train ride along the Rio Urubamba to Aguas Calientes. Definitely worth the effort of getting there! As usual, stay tuned for an extensive special here on traveluxblog!

Hilton Malta was our choice for a four night stay in December. While we were generally satisfied, there was one major downside of our stay. Read more about it in our extensive hotel review. Hilton Malta offered a great deal for a four night stay in December, especially considering I get some nice benefits as a HH Diamond member. Thus, I went ahead and booked a winter getaway. Classification: Five Stars Room Category:… Read More

After a long day we arrived at Casa Andina Sacred Valley. The hotel is located in a very peaceful location not far away from Ollantaytambo, where the train to Macchu Picchu leaves. The suite we were upgraded to as well as the gardens are very nice. However, the service and breakfast are lackluster. Stay tuned for an extensive review here on traveluxblog!