Posts in the Luxury Travel category

| Everyday Luxury Travel Asia UAE

Champagne and Sushi at Sea Fu on Jumeirah Beach

I have the fortunate coincidence of staying at Four Seasons Resort at Jumeirah Beach on a Saturday…and at many places that famous Friday brunch languidly extends to Saturday allowing the decadence to continue all weekend. The resort’s signature restaurant, Sea Fu is famous for it’s Saturday brunch showcasing the excellent Asian seafood on the menu.  You can… Read more »

| Everyday Luxury Travel Asia UAE

Destination Dining at Zuma Dubai

As much as I love trying new restaurants and local flavours, there’s always a draw to trying the international branches of my favourite restaurant brands. Mr S and I always make an exception when it comes to Nobu, but I was also keen to try another London favourite when we visited Dubai. Zuma has been one… Read more »

| Everyday Luxury Travel Asia UAE

Classic American Cooking with a Twist at Firebird Diner by Michael Mina, Dubai

The main restaurant at Four Seasons Hotel Dubai International Financial Centre is an American-style diner, but not just any American-style diner…This is Firebird Diner by Michael Mina, an award-winning multi-Michelin-starred celebrity chef Now regular readers will know, I’m not really a ribs ‘n wings kind of girl; sushi and salad is more my cup of… Read more »

| Everyday Luxury Travel Asia UAE

Bottomless Brunch at Nobu Dubai

Friday is brunch day in Dubai…and the bottomless brunch really is a full on institution in the city. I was overwhelmed with choices from where to pick, with different restaurants offering every type of food imaginable, bottomless champagne and DJ parties. Honestly though for me it wasn’t too hard to choose when I found out… Read more »

| Everyday Luxury Travel Europe Italy

Five Luxurious Things to Do in Turin

Italy is easily my favourite country; the history in Rome, the scenary in Tuscany, the romance of Venice and the glamour of Milan. Honestly, Turin had never really been on my radar until now and now the capital of Piedmont is firmly on my list of favourites. A gastronomic temple, a motor city, an industrial… Read more »