Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Park Hyatt Milan: Let Me Live Here, Please

Everyone talks about traveling off the beaten path. Sometimes, it's nice to get off of that and get back on the red carpet. After my stay at the Insane Asylum, I was more than ready for pampering.

Agritourism in Sicily: The Insane Asylum Accommodation

Welcome to the insane asylum. That is the only way to describe Casale Poggio del tiglio - Catania 4584, an agritourism accommodation at the base of Mt. Etna. Before I get into the horror story...

Four Points Catania, Sicily: The Porn Suite

The hotel is far from the city center. After a day of visiting the center where I ate way too much and was overwhelmed by the crowds, I'd say that's a good thing. The hotel does offer a shuttle that has to be reserved which goes to and fro.

Mercure Palermo Excelsior City: Should’ve Stayed At Ibis

After a nice stay at the Palazzo Caracciolo Napoli, I decided to sample a Mercure hotel, another brand in the Accor portfolio. The Mercure Palermo Excelsior City is a lovely hotel on the outskirts of Palermo's city center.

Palazzo Caracciolo Napoli: A Beautiful Accor Hotel

Even though they won many awards at the Freddies, Accor hotels do not receive a lot of publicity in the American blog world. I rarely stay there because I do not have any Le Club points.

Miller’s Guesthouse Tobago: Chill Spot

If you're looking for a name brand resort in Tobago, you won't find one. Following my trip to Cyprus, I vowed not to spend a lot of money on non-brand hotels. There, I spent $150...

Hyatt Place Fort Lauderdale 17th Street: Convenient to FLL And Cinco De Mayo

You can't beat the Hyatt Place when it's a cash and points deal. $55 + 4k points is one of the best values in the points world.

Hyatt Regency Trinidad: A Little Bad, Mostly Good

As a blogger, I write reviews based on my experience. As TPOL, I say what I want to say, regardless if it is popular or not. My stay at the Hyatt Regency Trinidad was as bit of good and and a bit of bad. And that's okay.

Radisson Barbados: Beach Club Or Resort?

The question of this trip is not whether the Radisson Barbados is a nice hotel. The question is whether it is worth staying at a nice hotel or whether is better to save those points and pay for day passes at a beach club. Before I get into that, let's talk hotel.

The Westin Guadalajara: The Other Option

Westins feel like home. They're comfortable and familiar. The Westin Guadalajara had the chic appeal of a W, without the IKEA furniture and unremarkable service.
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