BA fly daily from Sydney to Singapore and onwards to London. Points seats do come up every so often for this flight, so it’s worth remembering it as an option.
The Qantas First Class Lounge in Sydney consistently ranked as one of the world’s top ten airport lounges and along with the Melbourne First Lounge, is one of the jewels in Qantas’ crown. Here’s what to expect.
This is a highly aspirational property, costing a lot of money or points, and then more cash once you are on the island. However, if you are able to afford it, it is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
This is one of the most aspirational properties in the SPG-Marriott portfolio and is great for a 2-3 night visit. Plus, how to book this property for over 40% off.
This is not a lounge you would actively plan to arrive at the airport super early to enjoy but a pleasant and quiet place to spend an hour or so before your flight.
You don’t need elite status or to be travelling in Business to be able to access these lounges—holding the right credit card or redeeming Velocity points can also have you relaxing before your next Virgin flight.
Read about what to expect from the seat, food and customer service, as well as the differences between this product on the A380 and 777.
This SPG Category 5 hotel is in an excellent central downtown position, with a large renovated Club Lounge, extensive fitness facilities and newly renovated rooms.
Although the rooms need a styling refresh, this SPG Category 5 hotel was a comfortable place to stay for three nights. All the major sights of Toronto are either within walking distance or a short drive away.
Had we not have enjoyed extra benefits through American Express, I probably would have preferred to stay at another property.
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It is not a fantastic list this quarter but check out the participating hotels to see if your travel plans overlap.
How does this product stack up against Qantas and Cathay Pacific’s Business Class offerings?