The Park Hyatt Resort & Spa is one of the best resorts in Goa. Spread over 45 acres of landscaped gardens, lagoons and with access to a private beach read about our recent stay experience at this resort.
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During our recent stay at the Park Hyatt Goa, we stayed at the Presidential Suite. Read here what it’s like to stay in this luxury suite that offers a 360 degree view of the resort and the Arabian Sea.
Nepal Diaries: For our departure flight from Kathmandu, we arrived at the Tribhuvan International Airport well in time 3 hours before departure. Right at the entrance to the terminal, all our bags were scanned and we were hand frisked in a very casual manner.
Kathmandu airport has a nice functional lounge called the Executive Lounge, which is managed by Radisson. Usually not very crowded and does the job very well. Something we needed as we came to a close of our trip to Nepal.
One of the best parts of our trip to Nepal was the stay at the Namobuddha Resort, which was set in nature with an experience that was better than being in Kathmandu. Here is a review of our visit to this resort, which was pretty nice!
While in Nepal, we set our sights on trying out a multi-course Nepalese food and culture experience. Here is our review of what we thought about this experience.
On our recent holiday in Nepal, we chose to stay at the Hyatt Regency, Kathmandu. Here is a review of this nice little hidden gem in the Hyatt ecosystem. Have a look in our in-depth review.
For our trip to Nepal, we headed from Mumbai to Kathmandu on Jet Airways. Here is a short review of how the offering and service works out on the Mumbai – Kathmandu regional flight.
On the #redcarpettrip, our first stop was Los Angeles. We chose to stay at the Andaz West Hollywood hotel there for three nights and had the iconic Penthouse Suite to ourselves.
This is a review of the stay at the Andaz West Hollywood Penthouse Suite. You are in for a suite surprise, so come in and read!
On the #redcarpettrip, we were travelling Mumbai to Los Angeles on the first leg of the trip. We chose to fly Singapore Airlines to the west coast, in their Suites F product.
This is a review of the trip between Tokyo Narita and Los Angeles. SQ was the first carrier to start flying an A380 from India, and if you fly in their F class product, you are in for a suite surprise!
Singapore Airlines uses the ANA Lounges during a brief stopover at Tokyo Narita while flying SQ12 to Los Angeles. We used the ANA Suite Lounge, which is exclusive to First Class passengers, on our brief halt at this airport.
Inside is a review of the amenities and services of this lounge, and how a top notch product leaves so much to be desired.