First Class Voucher Results are here!

November 28, 2009

I hope you enjoy the video and congratulations to the winner. I am truly sorry about the videos speed you will have to pause at certain stages so that you can read the writing.



Next week we will announce the second winner. Also there will be a new post about Amsterdam  posted tomorrow.

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Spotlight @ Paris

November 15, 2009

The Eiffel Tower

Well informed, eloquent and oh-so-romantic, the ‘City of Light’ is a philosopher, a poet, a crooner. As it always has been, Paris is a million different things to a million different people….. The Notre Dame and the Eiffel Tower are only one of the hundreds of places to visit in this magnificent city. ……….

Where to stay

Paris is surrounded by hundreds of unique hotels to stay at.

Just take a look……….

Hotel George V

Steps from the Champs-Elysees, with private terraces that command all Paris; 17th-century tapestries, lovingly restored; and a spirit that lives on in thoroughly reborn, highly advanced spaces; Four Seasons George V Paris redefines service in the City of Light. Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris, an eight-story landmark 1928 building, offers 245 guest rooms, all with unique architectural details and many featuring private terraces overlooking the world’s most romantic city.


Hotel George V

This hotel pretty much says it for what standards this city has…… Other Notable Hotels include the  Hotel de Crillon and the Hotel Plaza Athenee.


Where to Eat

Taillevent: This is the Parisian ne plus ultra of gastronomy. Taillevent opened in 1946 and has climbed steadily in excellence; today it ranks as Paris’s outstanding all-around restaurant, challenged only by Lucas-Carton and Pierre Gagnaire.                         $$$$

1728: This restaurant is more than a place to eat. It was here that the Marquis de Lafayette spent his winters during the last seven years of his life, receiving a stream of visitors every day and holding informal soirees every Tuesday evening at 8. The rooms are filled with 300 works of art, including a painting in the style of Caravaggio in the tea salon and a wooden Thai rooftop birdlike ornament in the entrance. They hung Venetian chandeliers, satin drapes and hand-painted silk wallpaper and filled the space with marble tables and velvet-covered armchairs.  $$$

What to do

Here are the top 3 things to do in Paris…

1. The Eiffel Tower

Is the queue worth it? Yes, it is! Grab a 360-degree panorama over Paris from the tip of the city’s iconic spire. Night-time viewing is highly recommended – the queues are shorter then too.




The Eiffel Tower




2. Musee de Orsay

Marvel at the incomparable collection of impressionist and post-impressionist art at the waterfront Musée d’Orsay.

3. Sainte Chapelle

Be stunned (and inspired) by the veritable wall of sublime stained glass in Sainte-Chapelle, one of the most beautiful houses of worship in Christendom.

How to get there

Several Airlines fly to Paris. Air France, the French Airlines flies to destination through out the world. Flights from New York to Paris average around 600-700 Dollars…….


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November 11, 2009

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Spotlight @ The world Most Expensive Hotels

November 7, 2009

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Spotlight @ Bangkok

November 6, 2009

Cultural phenomenon, shopping heaven and tourist treasure……



Bangkok is one of the most cosmopolitan, contrasting and, above all, compelling of Asian cities. A steamy, pulsating, yet smiling metropolis of more than ten million – intense at first, but addictive as anything…………..

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Where to stay

The Peninsula Bangkok


The Peninsula

In the few years since the hotel opened, the luxurious riverside Peninsula Bangkok has quickly established itself as one of Bangkok’s finest hotels, winning many awards and accolades, including “World’s Best Hotel” in 2003 by the readers of Travel + Leisure magazine. Thanks to its unique waved-shape design and location on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, Price: 300 dollars per night

Four Seasons Bangkok

Featuring 340 luxurious, oversized rooms, including 33 suites and eight unique garden cabanas, Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok offers exquisite accommodations and gracious hospitality, strategically located in the corporate, diplomatic and shopping heart of Bangkok’s bustling core. Traditional Thai architecture, hand-painted silk, intricate artwork, an impressively scaled lobby and glorious gardens lend to the beauty of the Hotel.       Price: 280 dollars per night

Shangri La Bangkok                    Best Choice


Shangri La

With lush gardens, river views and a signature spa, the Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok offers guests the warmth of the Thai capital amid the serenity of a tropical retreat. The Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok, is a 5-star luxury hotel in the central Silom district of the city. The design and appointments express the welcoming warmth and richness of Thai culture throughout the hotel, from traditional teak dining pavilions to the most up-to-date room features.                                          Price: 250 dollars

Where to Eat


The relatively new Le Bua hotel has brought to Bangkok a unique Asian seafood experience that will amaze anyone who braves the giddy heights of this alfresco restaurant on the 51st and 52nd floors of State Tower. Price: $$$$

Le Normandie

The Le Normandie is the apex of formal dining in Thailand, both in price and quality. The ultra-elegant restaurant, atop the renowned Oriental Hotel, offers panoramic views of Thonburi and the Chao Phraya River

What to do

There are so many different things to do in Bangkok…..from dining experiences to attractions… Here are the top 3 places to visit in Bangkok…..

1. The Grand Palace


Grand Palace

This is one of the most photographed spots in the city…and with good reason. The palace was built over the course of 3 years at the end of the 18th century by King Rama I and is the official residence of the current monarchy. This is also where you will see the temple of Wat Pra Kaeo housing the 15th century Emerald Buddha whose robes are rotated three times a year by no less than the Thailand’s king himself.

2.Wat Sutat


Wat Sutat

The temple of Wat Sutat is interesting for its connection to an unusual ceremony designed to show appreciation to the gods for a bountiful rice harvest. A giant teak swing, erected just outside the temple entrance, was ridden by daring young men who would not only see how high they could go but also try to catch bags of coins with their teeth.

3. Muang Boran

Want to start out with a crash course in Thai culture? Make Muang Boran your first stop. This open air museum spans over 350 acres and is laid out to resemble the country of Thailand itself.

How to get there

Almost all airlines fly to this main city. Flights from major cities such as New York and Los Angeles average from 700 dollars. Thai Airlines flies to all major cities and is also a great airlines to fly with.

Spotlight @ London

November 4, 2009



London is the beautiful capital of England.  It is often said to be the most beautiful city of Europe since it is famous for several attractions such as the London Bridge, the Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and the amazing Harrods Department Store. In London you can visit




different museums or just take a relaxing walk through Knightsbridge……everything is possible here.

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Where To stay


The Langham London Best Choice

The Langham, London has been delighting guests with enchanting encounters since she opened in 1865 as Europe’s first Grand Hotel. Now she has completed an exciting 80 million pound transformation, exuding a graceful and timeless elegance, blending a sense of the past with the style of today. Perfectly located in the heart of the West End,   and London’s luxury shopping including Bond Street are on her door step.  Price: 300 Pounds Per night

The Milestone Hotel


The Milestone Hotel

This intimate five-star hotel offers award-winning country house style, warmth and elegance in the heart of London, perfectly placed for Knightsbridge and The Royal Albert Hall and with easy access to the West End.

Price: 500 Pounds Per night


Where To Eat

There are unlimited Dining options in London……

Restaurant Gordon Ramsey

This Restaurant is a unique place to dine and of course it has Gordon Ramsey as head chef.   $$$

Le Gavroche

This Restaurant combines French dining with an english flair. $$$

What To Do

Here is a list of the Top things to do in London.

1. The London Eye

The London Eye really has to be included in a trip to London. The 32 capsules carry around 10,000 visitors every day. Because of the way the capsules are suspended it allows for a full 360 degree-panorama when you’re at the top of the wheel.

2.  The Buckingham Palace


Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace is the Queen’s official residence. The State Rooms of the Palace are open to visitors during the Annual Summer Opening in August and September. If you are visiting at a different time of the year go along to see the Changing of the guard which happens on scheduled days so check before setting off, and arrive early to get a good position to watch the action!

3.    Tower Of London

The Tower of London is where the Crown Jewels are housed, which are quite spectacular. It’s also where you can stand on the execution site of three English queens! The Tower Bridge  is also worth seeing and is only a short walk away. Tower Bridge’s architect, Horace Jones, and engineer, John Wolfe Barry, took 8 years to complete the bridge, which opened on 30 June 1894. It remained the only river crossing east of London Bridge till the Dartford Crossing (a tunnel) opened in 1991.

How To Get There

Many different areas fly to London. British Airways has flights to almost every destination world wide. Flight from Los Angeles are about 600 Dollars


Thank you for reading this guide about London, we hope that we have helped you. If you need any further assistance then please dont hesitate to comment on this blog and we can help you.


Win 5 First Class Vouchers

November 3, 2009

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As we stated before we are giving out 5 American Airlines First Class Vouchers which are usable for domestic and international flights. It’s easy to take part in this competition just comment on one of our blog posts stating what your dream getaway  is and why?

Thank you and I hope you have fun in this competition,

Dream Travel Team

Spotlight @ Bora Bora

November 2, 2009

Bora Bora is an Island of mysteries,romance and beauty.   It’s a wonderful place to spend one‘s vaccations since it is located in the French Polynesia. images-2It’s hot temperatures and beautiful sees make it a unique place to stay at.  Here are some quick looks at the island.

Where To stay at

If you are looking for a Luxury stay at the island consider staying at one of the following hotels:

Bora Bora Nui Resort and Spa

This Beautiful Five star resort is located on a Beautiful Private Inlet of Bora Bora and is a so-called NewBenchmark for Elegance in French Polynesia. This Resort is the Most Exclusive bay and has a white sanded beach and Crystal blue lagoons.    Rate: 240 Dollars per night

Bora Bora Lagoon Resort and Spa Top Choice For Luxury Travelers

Located On A Private Island Just One Mile From The Main Island Of Bora Bora And A Scenic Boat Ride From Bora Bora Airport. Bora Bora Lagoon Resort Is A Secluded Enclave On An Unspoiled Island With No Roads Or Villages With Direct Access To Spectacular Reefs Lush Gardens And Pristine Beaches.                         Rate: 400 Dollars per night

Where to Eat

Most Likely the Resort that you will be staying at will have a great amount of choices for Restaurants. However if you wish to dine in the main Island here are your top 3 restaurants

1. Bloody Mary: Bloody Mary’s is essentially an American-style barbecued fish and steak joint — a welcome relief after a diet of lard-laden French sauces. You’ll be shown the seafood and beef laid out on a bed of ice.                               Price Range: $$$

2.  La Havana: You will need one night for fun at Bloody Mary’s, another for a romantic dinner at this extraordinarily fine little restaurant, the best in all of French Polynesia.  Price Range: $$$

3. Bora Bora Burgers: Cheap and small Bora Bora Burgers offers delicious burgers at delicious prices.              Price Range: $

What To do

There are several things you can do in Bora Bora such as watersports, swimming and terrific dining which is most commonly provided by the hotels.


How To Get There

Hawaiian Airlines and Quantas offer regular flights to Bora Bora. For a specific schedule of the Flights and Prices from Area please comment on this blog with your question.

Creating Your Perfect Trip

Please Conact us or write an email and we will be glad to assist you in any of your travels to Bora Bora or other places. Further questions to Bora Bora and about the Hotels and restaurants please comment below. We would also be very please if you have any addition to this guide.

Bonjour to all luxury dreamers- Win a First Class voucher.

November 2, 2009

I’m sitting here with a coffee from Starbucks, its cold outside and I can hear the rain slowly pouring. I feel cold so I decide to cuddle up under a blanket and think about where I could be right now, the Maldives, Bahamas, Seychelles and so many other places that seem to be paradise to so many of us.

We all love experiencing new


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things and visiting new places. There are so many places we would want to visit in luxury if possible. We can dream about visiting places in the future and start planning our journeys. This blog will give tips and advice on the best places to stay in every single astonishing country. The blog will cheap air fare tickets for us economists and also more luxury alternatives for luxury travelers. By reading this blog you have instant access to top places to eat,stay and do from a first hand source that has been experienced by our team of experts. Request information about any place you are planning to visit and we will create a whole schedule for you and post it on this blog or send it to you privately. From luxury yachts, to five-star hotels this blog will include all your travelling desires. To celebrate the opening of this blog 5  American Airlines  First Class vouchers will be given to the lucky winners of the competition . Taking part is simple: Just comment on what your perfect luxury getaway and why you believe it is.


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November 2, 2009

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