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HOTEL REVIEW: Jetwing Colombo Seven

Arriving into or departing Sri Lanka, the chances are you will spend some time in the country’s capital, Colombo. Located in the upscale neighbourhood of Cinnamon Gardens, Jetwing Colombo Seven is the perfect choice for your city stay. It’s position between the cosmopolitan city centre and upcoming hip suburbs puts you in close proximity to

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HOTEL REVIEW: SALT of Palmar, Mauritius

Progressive new hotel brand, SALT opened its first property this month in Mauritius called SALT of Palmar. Located on the east coast of Mauritius, is the newly opened SALT of Palmar. This progressive new hotel brand is redefining the hotel stay with a humanistic approach to hospitality for the culturally curious traveller. Not your average hotel

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HOTEL REVIEW: Sea Change Eco Retreat

For a truly off the grid experience in Tonga, Sea Change Eco Retreat is the place to stay. Don’t think that off the grid and eco retreat means roughing it though, as Sea Change manages to find that balance between being one with your natural surroundings without losing that touch of luxury. With the lightest

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HOTEL REVIEW: InterContinental Johannesburg O.R Tambo Airport

As far as transit hotels go, you can’t get much better than InterContinental Johannesburg O.R Tambo Airport Hotel in Johannesburg. Flying from Australia to South Africa through the main entry point of Johannesburg comes after quite a lengthy flight. Generally, you will arrive in Johannesburg early morning or late evening, which

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HOTEL REVIEW: Kigali Serena Hotel

On a boulevard in the heart of Kigali, Rwanda, in a secure location just a five-minute walk from the CBD, lies Kigali Serena Hotel. The 5-star property boast features you have come to expect from the Serena Hotels Group mixed with a rich blend of Rwandan heritage, art and culture. The 148 sophisticated rooms and

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HOTEL REVIEW: Southern Sun Elangeni & Maharani, Durban

The Southern Sun Elangeni & Maharani is located on the Durban beachfront, offering sweeping Indian Ocean views along the 7km promenade. Occupying two high-rise towers (one is Elangeni, the other Maharani), this large-scale hotel has been around for some time, and in areas this shows. Some of the rooms are quite

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