Nestled next to a small beach at the northern end of Es Cana, Ibiza, the Fiesta Cala Nova is a traditional three star Spanish hotel which probably hasn’t change much in terms of style since it was built, and yet shows little sign of wear and manages to keep up very high standards.
The world is a big place and there are dozens if not hundreds of places we would like to visit (some close to home, some thousands of miles away) and so it makes sense not to waste time going back to the same place twice. Continue reading “Luxury Bahia Principe Akumal, Mexico”
Well, I never intended re-writing reviews but I’ve got two this month for you. The first is our recent visit to Holiday Inn Gatwick Airport, which I think deserves a mention due to a very nice renovation. Continue reading “Review: Holiday Inn Gatwick Update 2018”
It isn’t often we return to a resort; it breaks our traditional view of never going back – you don’t get to see new things if you keep going back to the same places. In this case however we decided to make an exception and re-book at the Apartamentos Galeon Playa in the centre of the resort of Costa Teguise. Continue reading “Review : Return to Costa Teguise”
Picturesque, peaceful, private -I’m trying to think of words beginning with ‘P’ that sum up Paradise Lakeside Lodges. Here’s a review from our latest holiday stay… Continue reading “Review : Paradise Lakes, Storwood.”
In July 2017 we took a small break to Jersey in the Channel Islands to celebrate Sue’s mmmthieth birthday. This trip had been prompted by two reward tickets with Flybe, which we had accumulated on our Flybe credit card (see our credit card post for more information). But when we came to book our hotel via my favourite website Booking.com, finding an hotel was a different matter! After much searching, we came upon this little gem nestled directly on the beach. Perfect? Read on. Continue reading “Review: Fort D’Auvergne Hotel, Jersey”
In June 2017, we took our ninth cruise, returning to Royal Caribbean’s Independence Of The Seas for the second time, the first cruise being during its maiden year in 2010.
So the question is, did it live up to expectations the second time around?