Saturday, October 31, 2020

W Hotel Barcelona: Don’t Miss the Day

I was thanked for my Bonvoy double platinum (titanium status) and was told I would be upgraded to a room with the view of the ocean.

Hotel Cervo: Luxury in the City Center

There are four Luxury Collection hotels in Sardinia. At 700 euros a night, Hotel Cervo is the most affordable of all them.

Westin Warsaw: From Bloc to Bright

I would like to see pictures of buildings that were here before the Westin was built. I'm sure they would be starkly different than this towering hotel which is next to JP Morgan's headquarters.

Sheraton Warsaw: Putting Myself Back Together Again

After being mentally beaten but not broken in Tel Aviv, I was happy to put myself back together again at the Sheraton Warsaw. 

Maxwell NYC: A Du, Du, Dump!

Czervik: Are you kidding? You think I'd join this crummy "snobatorium"? Why, this whole place sucks! And that summarizes my experience at the Maxwell NYC. 

Sheraton Puerto Rico Hotel & Casino: A Typical Conference Hotel

This is a typical Sheraton convention hotel with a huge lobby and a full-service bar for complaining about why your boss sent you to a tropical island to do work. 

Westin Cape Town: Home Away from Home

Before heading to Franschhoek, I stayed at the Protea Waterfront and the Protea Seapoint. Both were better than the DoubleTree, where I stayed last time I visited Cape Town, but neither were better than the Radisson Blu Waterfront. How would the Westin stack up?

Four Points Kenya: A Respite Before And After Safari

The hotel is located west of the city. I was only here for a stopover before heading to Maasai Mara and one night after returning from Amboseli National Park.

Sheraton Santiago: Come for the Convenience, Stay for the Donuts

The Sheraton Santiago was the perfect launching spot for my wine adventure and for seeing Santiago. Doubling as a convention center, the Sheraton was bustling with people from morning to night.

Palacio del Inka: Luxury In The Heart of Cusco

The Luxury Collection continues to impress. This time with my stay at the Palacio del Inka in Cusco. For 5000 points and $75, I was treated to an upscale hotel right in the heart of the city.
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