Posts in the Everyday category

| Everyday Luxury Travel Asia General

Our Itinerary for Dubai and The Maldives

It’s nearly here! In just under two weeks Mr S and I will be heading of to Dubai and the Maldives! I know images of the Maldives are a bit over-saturated on the Instagram but it’s been a long time dream of mine to stay in an over water villa with the warm turquoise lagoon… Read more »

| Everyday Luxury Travel North America Mexico

Exploring El Pueblito: A Mexican Village in Mayakoba

At the heart of the Mayakoba resort lies El Pueblito, based on a traditional Mexican village, the square is a great place to try some different restaurants and do a little shopping.  Central to the square is the chapel, which is open every day for prayers and there’s full Catholic mass every Sunday.  The square… Read more »

| Everyday Restaurants

Perfect Pizza at Hai Cenato, Victoria

You can imagine my excitement when one of my favourite chefs announced that he would be opening a restaurant in my local area. Jason Atherton’s first Italian restaurant, Hai Cenato, is one of the many restaurant highlights of the new Nova building in Victoria and Valentine’s Day seemed the perfect opportunity to check it out…. Read more »

| Everyday Luxury Travel North America Mexico

Dining around Mayakoba

Development of the Mayakoba resort began with gem of an idea to develop a beautiful and environmentally sound estate in the Riviera Maya. First bringing together architects with biologists, archaeologists and ornithologists to map out waterways, and sculpt the land whilst preserving the mangroves, sand dunes and the indigenous wildlife. Next came the hotels built… Read more »

| Everyday Luxury Travel North America Mexico

Tasting Sunshine; Food at Rosewood Mayakoba

One of my favourites things about my visit to Mayakoba in Mexico was the food (I know BIG surprise, right?). Honestly, having lived in the UK all my life I’d never truly experienced really, really good Mexican food until I visited the country….and then I was blown away. In this post I want to tell… Read more »

| Everyday

Brunching at The Ivy Soho Brasserie

When one of my favourite restaurant groups opens up a new branch in one of my favourite areas of London, it’s definitely a reason to be excited. The Ivy Soho Brasserie is located on Broadwick street right in the centre of one of London’s liveliest areas.  I love the current trend for restaurant’s to have… Read more »

| Everyday Luxury Travel North America Mexico

Mind, Body and Soul: Sense Spa at Rosewood Mayakoba

Sense, A Rosewood Spa at Rosewood Mayakoba was the most beautiful spa that I’ve ever visited…and I’ve been to a fair few in my time! Located in a tropical jungle, simply entering the spa, a feeling of calm comes over you as you feel cocooned in nature and away from any of the stresses of… Read more »

| Everyday Luxury Travel North America Mexico

Blown Away By the Rosewood Mayakoba, a luxury resort in Riviera Maya Mexico

I’ve said it before but true luxury really is in the detail and that’s why I was totally blown away by Rosewood Mayakoba, a luxury resort in Riviera Maya Mexico. Beautiful Mayakoba is a resort that encompasses four hotels, including the spectacular Rosewood Mayakoba, The Fairmont, Banyan Tree and Andaz as well as a golf… Read more »

| Everyday Restaurants

Celebrating Red for Chinese New Year at Yauatcha City

The colour red has so many associations; love, danger, courage, sin and sexuality. In Chinese culture it is synonymous with good luck, happiness, fortune, fertility and passion. Which is why at Chinese New Year special red packets containing money are given out as gifts and red decorations are hung. With 2017 being the Year of… Read more »

| Everyday Luxury Travel Europe Austria

Seven Things to Do for History Lovers in Vienna

With its fantastic location on the Ring Boulevard we found many of the city’s main landmarks easily accessible from Hotel Imperial Vienna and I thought I’d tell you a bit about what we got a chance to see. And with a legacy of famous composers, Imperial and cultural history there is so much to see… Read more »