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Tour Highlights

  • Enjoy an exclusive Gala evening atop the Great Wall of China
  • Dine under the stars in Registan Square, Samarkand
  • The doors to St Mark’s Basilica in Venice open exclusively for us to admire without the crowds
  • Relax as the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express train whisks us across the Italian Dolomites and Swiss Alps
  • Join a Super Jeep and discover a Glacier from below or descend into a dormant volcano in Iceland
  • Dine in complete privacy beneath the soaring ceilings of Chapelle du Petite Séminaire in Quebec City
  • Admire the colonial grace and modern allure of Cartagena
  • Discover the island paradise of Kauai as you fly aboard a helicopter above the jagged cliffs of the Napali coast
Chinese Meal Ingredients

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Maria Townsend, Trans-Siberian Express by Private Train

Where we visit

Around the World by Private Jet

Full Itinerary


Beijing (China)

Day 1: Tuesday 31 July

We depart Sydney at 9am. On our first private jet flight, get acquainted with the onboard service and savour the delicacies prepared by our private chef. After dinner, we land in Beijing, where you are whisked off to the Peninsula Hotel, our residence for the next three nights.

In the heart of the city, near Tiananmen Square, the Peninsula Hotel offers the most spacious guestrooms in Beijing. The rest of the hotel is a serene oasis modelled after China’s imperial palaces and tranquil gardens.

Beijing, China

Beijing

Day 2: Wednesday 1 August

Our first full day in Beijing begins with a city tour that shows off its personality and many contradictions, including the landmarks of Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City. After lunch, you get to pick from a range of Your World experiences.

  • Take a rickshaw ride through a hutong and meet a local family in their home, where you will take part in a traditional Chinese tea ceremony.
  • Let an art expert guide you through the 798 art district. Once a sprawling electronics factory, it is now home to artists’ studios, galleries, restaurants and bars. You will meet an up-and-coming local artist as part of this experience.
  • Stay behind at the Peninsula Hotel and treat yourself to one of their signature spa treatments.

Tonight, our gala welcome dinner takes place on Juyong Pass, one of three major mountain passes along the Great Wall of China. For a truly opulent experience, this section of the Wall will be closed off for our private use. It will be a night of spectacular entertainment that delves into the local culture and dishes from across the provinces, prepared by the Peninsula Hotel’s top chefs.

Great Wall of China - Beijing, China

Beijing

Day 3: Thursday 2 August

Today is set aside for exploration on your terms. Roam the city on your schedule or pick from these Your World experiences.

  • Take a day trip by local airline to Xi’an, famed for its ancient terracotta warriors. After visiting the awe-inspiring figures, take in the sights and sounds of old Xi’an, including the mausoleum of China’s first emperor, the ancient city wall and the Muslim quarter. We stop for lunch in one of the city’s top restaurants.
  • This morning, explore the vast lake and ornate buildings of the Summer Palace, now a World Heritage-listed site. Emperor Dowager Cixi spent money meant for the navy on lavish renovations, handicapping China’s defense capabilities.

Those amongst us who are not away in Xi’an meet for lunch on the terrace of Capital M restaurant. Enjoy sweeping views of Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City while sampling the best modern European cuisine in Beijing. After lunch, choose from these Your World experiences.

  • Learn to cook a Chinese meal with Chef Chunyi in a traditional hutong courtyard house. Explore regional Chinese cuisine and hone your wok and cleaver skills.
  • Spend the afternoon on a leisurely rickshaw ride through a hutong, then end the day with a calming tea ceremony.
  • Delve into traditional Chinese medicine. Try acupuncture, explore yin and yang theory, and receive a relaxing reflexology massage.
  • For those with energy to burn, visit the Great Wall once more for a spectacular walk with awe-inspiring views.
  • Stay within city limits, and go on a tour of the Temple of Heaven, where Ming and Qing emperors held annual prayers for a good harvest.

This evening, you may dine at the acclaimed Huang Ting restaurant in the Peninsula, or choose from a short, very select, list of restaurants in the city. Our favourites include Duck de Chine, the gold standard for Peking duck in its city of origin, and Jin Ding Xuan, a thrillingly lively yum cha restaurant popular with locals.

The evening continues with a traditional acrobat show at Chaoyang Theatre, or enjoy a unique performance at the Peking Opera, including back stage access.

Ulaanbaatar (Mongolia)

Day 4: Friday 3 August

We arrive in Ulaanbaatar in the mid-afternoon, where we take a tour of the capital’s highlights, stopping at Sukhbaatar Square. The city spreads out in all directions, while a monument to Genghis Khan, Ögedei Khan and Kublai Khan dominates the square.

We then travel on to our remote, luxury hotel. Only 65 kilometres from the capital but in the middle of the vast, nearly uninhabited wilderness of the Gorkhi-Terelj National Park, the Terelj Hotel will spoil you with rooms fitted out in Mongolian cashmere and the plushest of beds. For a truly local, overnight nomadic experience, you may choose to stay in your very own ger.

Sumptuous dinners, both tonight and tomorrow, take place at the Terelj Hotel.

Mongolian Archer

Ulaanbaatar

Day 5: Saturday 4 August

The next day, you will witness mini Naadam Games held for your benefit. For lunch, a traditional khorkhog barbecue, made with hot stones, awaits. This type of meal is most often eaten in the countryside, and it is a rare occasion to find it in restaurants. Spend the afternoon as you please or pick one of these Your World experiences.

  • Go on a full-day, 4WD steppe adventure to find Przewalski horses, some of the last remaining wild horses on earth. We drive to Khustain Nuruu National Park, where we have ample opportunity to view the horses. Lunch is served in a ger, and in the afternoon, we visit a local nomad family.
  • A shorter trip to meet a local family in their ger, learn how nomads live and marvel at their ingenuity in the face of the harsh environment.
  • Take a horse ride through the wild and scenic Mongolian countryside.
  • Or stay close and find utter relaxation with a massage or body treatment at your hotel.

This evening, dinner is accompanied by a Mongolian throat singing troupe. In this unique style, singers produce up to four different pitches simultaneously, from a low drone to a bird’s whistling.

Samarkand (Uzbekistan)

Day 6: Sunday 5 August

Samarkand welcomes us early in the afternoon and introduces itself through a tour of its major historical sites. Among many, we visit Gur-e-Amir, Tamerlane’s tomb, which served as inspiration for the Taj Mahal. We also stop at Bibi-Khanym mosque and Ulugh Beg’s Observatory. Everywhere you look, the walls are a riot of majolica tiles and azure mosaics.

After the tour, we head to the Hotel Grand Samarkand Superior, where elegant interiors featuring traditional Uzbek textiles are a treat for the eyes.

This evening, your specially-arranged dinner and showcase of culture takes place in Registan Square, the ancient centre of Samarkand. Under the starry sky, indulge all five senses with a private bazaar, folk dance performance, fire jugglers and an Uzbek fashion show. Savour the local cuisine, sip your wine and wander through the square as the performances happen around you.

Registan Square - Samarkand, Uzbekistan Tours

Venice (Italy)

Day 7: Monday 6 August

We have lunch on our late morning flight in, and arrive mid-afternoon in Venice. To herald the start of our visit to this most classic of Italian destinations, a vintage speedboat meets us on the mainland and whisks us off to our hotel.

While mere minutes away from the Piazza San Marco by boat, the San Clemente Palace Kempinski sits on its own peaceful island in the Venetian lagoon. For the energetic, we suggest a ten minute boat ride to Piazza San Marco for the passeggiata. Those who decide to stay on San Clemente can simply enjoy the views with a cocktail in hand. 

Tonight, we dine in the hotel. You are free to choose from three restaurants offering sublime Venetian and regional Italian cuisine.

Venice (Italy)

Day 8: Tuesday 7 August

Our full day in Venice begins with a guided stroll around Piazza San Marco, its surrounds, and the Rialto Market. After that, wander the alleyways on your own, or choose from one of these Your World experiences.

  • See the inside of Venice’s private palazzos. Venice’s oldest families invite you to experience this rarified world.
  • A private cruise on a vintage Venetian boat. Visit the glassmaking artisans of Murano, the colourful homes of Burano and step foot on Torcello, the first island in the lagoon to be settled.
  • Meet a Venetian contessa and learn to make a classic Venetian lunch from her, in her own house - the Palazzo Morosini, no less.

This evening, we will make a private and exclusive visit to St Mark’s Basilica, a highly unusual privilege. It is typically one of Venice’s most crowded sights. Because we have it all to ourselves, you can take your time admiring the intricate Byzantine architecture and detailed mosaics.

Take a short walk to join your fellow guests for an extravagant evening in another landmark venue reserved solely for us - the Doge’s Palace welcomes you with a masquerade ball and dinner prepared by a Michelin-starred chef. As we delight in the fine cuisine, a string quartet plays an evocative selection of music. As is custom in this city, you will be provided with an ample choice of masks so you can truly feel a part of the spectacle. This event recreates the pomp and majesty of Venice at its height, and is a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience to savour.

Canal in Venice, Italy
St Marks Cathedral Venice, Italy

Venice Simplon-Orient-Express

Day 9: Wednesday 8 August

It is late morning when the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express pulls away from the Venice Santa Lucia station and begins its journey across the Italian Dolomites and Swiss Alps.

Relax and admire the passing scenery with a glass of champagne in hand. Later that evening, dress for dinner, then enjoy a leisurely four-course gourmet meal created by Executive Chef, Christian Bodiguel. While your dinner delights, you’ll also be enchanted by the restaurant cars’ beautiful details and marquetry designs. Afterward, head to the glamorous Bar Car ‘3674’ for a nightcap and the soothing sounds of the resident pianist.

European Alps Train

Paris - Reykjavik (Iceland)

Day 10: Thursday 9 August

The train travels through the night. Early this morning, your cabin steward serves you breakfast at a time of your choosing.

We arrive in Paris as the morning light bathes it in a golden glow. From Gare de l’Est, we drive to the airport where we rejoin our private jet for the onward journey to Reykjavik.

Our flight to Reykjavík is timed for a lavish lunch aboard our private jet. Once on the ground, we travel directly to the iconic Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa. Sink into its warm, skin-soothing waters containing silica and minerals, which are also responsible for the unique colour of the lagoon.

We check in at the Art Deco-styled Hotel Borg, perfectly placed in Reykjavík’s central Austurvöllur Square. Its soothing interiors and Hästens beds invite you to lie down for the nap you are probably longing for.

That evening, we dine at the Borg Restaurant within our hotel. The kitchen is led by Chef Völundur Völundarson, who has appeared on BBC Lifestyle and on his own shows, aired in over 50 countries.

Pomegranate Glazed Trout and Wild Rice

Reykjavik

Day 11: Friday 10 August

This morning, a roam around Reykjavík and its harbour brings to life Iceland’s history from founding to modern day. At the National Museum of Iceland, we even see the ship that brought Viking settlers to Iceland.

After our city tour, choose from Your World experiences that show off Iceland’s breathtaking landscapes or allow you to immerse yourself in its culture and crafts.

  • An adventure by Super Jeep, exploring natural wonders of ice and water. The high point is where we go beneath the surface of Langjokull Glacier for a rare view of it from the inside.
  • Alternatively, a Super Jeep journey taking in fiery and rocky marvels of nature. The highlight of the trip is when we descend 120m into the dormant Thrihnukagigur volcano.
  • A showcase of Icelandic craft, including makers of the traditional lopapeysa sweater and a knife maker who uses materials and methods unchanged since the Viking Age.

The perfect end to the day presents itself with dinner at one of Reykjavík’s top restaurants. Choose from one of these two restaurants. Grillid offers sweeping views, while the menu reads as an inventory of Iceland’s best in-season produce. Apotek is headed by Chef Carlos Gimenez, who combines his love of Icelandic ingredients with technique learned during his time at El Bulli.

Reykjavik

Day 12: Saturday 11 August

Prepare for more of Iceland’s strange and beautiful landscapes. The morning commences with a walk in Thingvellir National Park to the very spot where the Althingi parliament first convened, a thousand years ago. A stone’s throw away, the Almannagja is a dramatic canyon that marks where the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates are pulling apart from each other. Stroll through, with one foot on each continent.

We adjourn for a private lunch in a greenhouse at the Fridheimar Farm. The family-owned establishment grows tomatoes year-round, and love sharing their sustainable farming methods.

At the Geysir geothermal springs, a chef meets us with rye bread baked in the hot ground. Our last stop today is to view the thundering Gulfoss waterfall.

The exciting day culminates with a celebratory feast around a bonfire. Between courses, an Icelandic seer will hold rune readings for those fascinated with the ancient heathen gods. After dinner, we gather around the fire and listen to a traditional storyteller share Viking tales.

Blue Lagoon, Iceland

Québec City (Canada)

Day 13: Sunday 12 August

It is late afternoon when our flight lands in Québec City, the capital of French Canada. A short drive later, we are at the Fairmont Le Château Frontenac, your residence for the next two nights.

Built in the late 19th century, the landmark Château Frontenac pairs a luxurious setting with impeccable service. It is the most recognisable building in the Québec City skyline, and from its perch over the Saint Lawrence River, provides the most dazzling views of the town below and across the water.

This evening, choose from a selection of Michelin-starred restaurants in the atmospheric old town. Some of our favourite places include Le Saint-Amour and L’Initiale, both renowned for exquisite French cuisine.

Old Quebec City Frontenac

Québec City

Day 14: Monday 13 August

This morning, the cobblestones tempt the walker. A stroll through the Old City, including La Citadelle, reveals more of the Baroque style used in the city’s churches. Windows with planter boxes overflowing with flowers beg a photo.

We visit Montmorency Falls and the historic Île d’Orléans. This is traditional Québec, with rural farms and a way of life that has barely changed since the settlers arrived. Lunch takes place in the rustic Les Ancetres, on its great terrace, overlooking Montmorency Falls.

On our return to Québec City, you may choose from these Your World experiences to spend the afternoon.

  • Learn how to make a Québécois French meal from a local.
  • See the city from a different angle as you cruise down the St Lawrence River.
  • Visit the Huron-Wendat Nation, a self-governing enclave within a borough of Québec. It is a reserve belonging to the Wendat indigenous Canadians.
  • Or, for a quiet day, tour the Château Frontenac and hear its fascinating story.

The gala dinner this evening is at the historic Chapelle du Petite Séminaire de Québec, which will be reserved solely for our use. The historic building is considered one of Québec’s most beautiful religious sites. Its opulent interior features majestic arches and soaring ceilings. Most unconventionally, you will travel to dinner by horse-drawn carriage.

Maple sugar shack, Quebec Canada

Cartagena (Colombia)

Day 15: Tuesday 14 August

Our lunchtime flight arrives in Cartagena late in the afternoon. A short drive later, we are at our hotel, the Sofitel Cartagena Santa Clara, a former 17th century monastery with arched walkways surrounding a stone courtyard filled with palms.

This evening, we have a spectacular dinner at the Capilla del Convento Chapel in our hotel.

Cartagena

Day 16: Wednesday 15 August

The day begins with a walking tour of the old walled city, also a World Heritage-listed site. We take in its coralstone buildings, brightly painted walls and the morning rituals of its inhabitants.

Lunch today is in the Casa Conde de Pestagua - a perfectly restored example of the airy mansions favoured by Spanish nobility in colonial days. The afternoon has been left open to chance - explore the city a little more or head back to the hotel and escape the tropical heat.

For dinner this evening, choose the restaurant that tempts you most. We have prepared a very select list of Cartagena’s best. Some of our favourites include Club de Pesca, the city’s favourite seafood restaurant for nearly 60 years. Delectably fresh seafood aside, its al fresco tables on top of Fort Sebastian del Pastelillo take in panoramic views of the water and the city. El Santissimo is another, headed by Chef Frederico Vega, who fuses Caribbean ingredients with French technique for flavours that really dance.

Cartagena

Day 17: Thursday 16 August

As befits the carefree air of the city, you decide how much or how little you want to do today. Choose from these Your World experiences.

  • Take a lazy afternoon cruise around Cartagena Bay and view the old walled city from the water.
  • Go on a colourful history lesson and monument tour, including La Popa convent and its sweeping city views, a fortress, dungeons that are now shops and a church dedicated to a man who fought for the liberation of slaves.
  • At the Bazurto markets, taste things you never knew existed in a setting that is seldom visited by tourists.

With an abundance of excellent local restaurants, you are free to choose a dinner venue from our list of Cartagenean restaurants.

Cartagena, Colombia

Kauai (Hawaii)

Day 18: Friday 17 August

Our private jet flight arrives in the late afternoon, touching down at Kauai’s quintessential island airport. If you haven’t yet oriented yourself, the warm salty air that drifts across this garden island signals that this is going to be an exceptionally relaxing beach holiday.

A scenic drive later, we check in to the Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa on Kauai’s sunny south shore. This evening, you may choose to dine at one of the resort’s many acclaimed restaurants, including Tidepools, which offers a true Hawaiian experience, in both flavour and atmosphere. Or go beyond the resort to sample the dazzling fusion at Chef Roy Yamaguchi’s Eating House 1849.

Kauai

Day 19: Saturday 18 August

Today is set aside for exploration on your terms. Roam the island on your schedule or pick from these Your World experiences.

  • Fly over the jagged cliffs of the Napali coast as you head to Waimea Canyon, known as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific. Its breathtaking geography is a result of torrential rainfall running down Mt Wai’ale’ale.
  • Play 18-holes of golf at the majestic Poipu Bay Golf Course next door.
  • Cruise the rugged Napali coast and gaze at the stunning seacliffs, waterfalls and lava tubes. There’s even a chance of spotting spinner dolphins, who might surf the boat’s bow wave.
  • Some of the world’s best deep sea fishing is found here. Go on a charter to catch large ahi tuna, mahi mahi, ono, skipjack tuna and Pacific blue marlin.
  • Or make the most of your resort by visiting its award-winning Anara Spa.

Tonight, four continents later, we celebrate with an extravagant farewell dinner on the Grand Hyatt’s lush grounds. As we feast, fire jugglers, dancers and a ukulele band perform. Share stories about your favourite moments of the journey and toast the once-in-a-lifetime experiences with your favourite drink in hand.

Kauai Island Hawaii
Rainbow Falls Hawaii

Kauai - Sydney

Days 20 - 21: Sunday 19 August - Monday 20 August

We board our last flight today. Take a moment to contemplate our tremendous journey. We cross the international dateline and land in Sydney the following day, where we say our goodbyes. We hope to see you again on your next Captain’s Choice journey.

Everything has been Considered & Included

Let’s face it, travelling can be a chore, distracting you from the new and fascinating places you are in. We’ve moved everything mundane behind the scenes. You will never have to carry a map. Or luggage. Or small change for tips.  Everything is included, accommodation, all dining and drinks, travel insurance, and sightseeing. When available, we even supply internet at your hotel. Our Valet Luggage service is also included - we pick up your luggage up and make sure that they arrive safely at your next hotel. We also provide home-to-airport-to-home transfers. And just in case, a doctor travels with us too.

Your World Experiences

Arriving in an exotic destination is one thing. But getting under its skin to reveal its true colours is something altogether different – something few of us will seldom experience. Which is why we’ve curated an exclusive collection of experiences, unique to every Captain’s Choice journey, called Your World. Your invitation to rare and amazing things other travellers only ever dare dream of. Limited to 12 guests per group, you’ll feel as though it’s been designed just for you.

Meals to remember

Every meal is a chance to discover something new and delicious, and to connect with the culture through your taste buds. You’ll often be dining among locals, where the ambience, as much as the flavours, make the evening memorable. On special evenings, expect gala dinners at locations closed off exclusively for us. There is not a boring meal to be found.

Caviar

It's not what you know

Your World Hosts are made up of a Tour Manager, Doctor, Tour Hosts, English-speaking local guides and, new this year, a Concierge. For insider knowledge of your destination, there is no better person to ask. Our Concierge will make bookings for you at the best restaurants, and can point you to the Icelandic hot spring that is exactly 40.5°C. Our guest to staff ratio is never more than 10:1, allowing you to savour your experience without interruptions of the pedestrian kind.

A place to call home

Our residences are benchmarks of luxury, usually in a central location, and more often than not, have a history to tell. You might find yourself, on one night, in a centuries-old church restyled into rooms of the most magnificent creature comforts. The next, lulled to sleep by the gentle rocking of your Art Deco train carriage.

Accommodation Hotel Bell
Private Jet 757

YOUR HOME IN THE AIR

Seldom can we dismiss the demands of schedules. But when we want to escape those demands, we travel by private jet. Here, the journey becomes an indulgence of the highest order, and exactly what you deserve. With your comfort paramount, we promise no overnight flights. Lounge, nap, nibble, sip and feast all-flight long. Our devoted cabin crew excels at pampering guests. When you land, you will be refreshed and ready for new adventures. While a Boeing 757 normally seats 230, your Captain’s Choice 757 has been customised to provide complete comfort to just 50 privileged guests. The cabin features handmade Italian leather, all-business class seats that recline a full 180° into a lie-flat bed. You, your luggage and your shopping do not ever have to fight for space. You’ll be enjoying delightful gastronomic creations – our onboard chef prides himself on delivering only the freshest and most delicious of meals. Dom Pérignon flows freely, as it should, and our bar offers premium labels, alongside a carefully curated wine list, to please the most discerning of palates.

WALK RIGHT ON AND OFF

When you travel by private jet, you’ll be flying direct to cities on routes no regular airline travels, experiencing a level of service no regular airline provides. As one of only 50 guests, and with a team to take care of you, the immigration process is not yours to worry about. Whenever we can, we will fast track immigration and bypass long security and customs lines. While we take care of the formalities at departure and arrival, your only job is to anticipate the next exciting leg of your journey.

Flying Solo?

Captain’s Choice travellers are remarkably easy going and friendly. But to make it easier, you will be invited to a solo travellers-only welcome reception at the start of the journey.Our naturally engaging World Hosts love to chat or share a meal, but are empathetic enough to know when you want some time alone.

Sleeping aboard our private jet 757

RESIDENCES OF THE HIGHEST STANDARD

Welcome to your homes away from home. Each one has a certain something that sets it apart from every other residence at its location. Whether for its history, cultural significance or natural setting, we’ve selected only the very best.

The Peninsula Beijing

Experience five-star service coupled with personalised in-room technology allowing you to control the ambience and entertainment. In your room and in the hallways, feast your eyes on original art by renowned Chinese artists. The Peninsula is your ultimate retreat from bustling Beijing.

Terelj Hotel, Ulaanbaatar

Not only is the Gorkhi-Terelj National Park an idyllic expanse of grassy steppes and forest-covered mountains, it is the birthplace of Genghis Khan, and the backdrop for the luxurious Terelj Hotel. While the hotel offers every creature comfort, the highlights here lie outside - eagles soaring overhead and nomadic Mongolians riding horses and fishing in the icy streams.

Mongolian Ger

A ger is a traditional Mongolian dwelling - a portable round tent covered in animal skins or felt, made for a nomadic herder lifestyle which demands moving every 4 months. Your private ger comes with basic comforts and amenities and central shared facilities. Staying in one imparts a deep sense of respect for the herders’ rough way of living.

Hotel Grand Samarkand Superior

Its location, close to Registan Square, means that it is on the threshold of Samarkand’s ancient city, the most picturesque part of town. Full modern amenities including both an indoor and outdoor pool promise a completely relaxing stay, while rooms feature Uzbek artefacts. Rest assured that this hotel is extremely comfortable and is of the highest standard available in this yet to be discovered nation.

San Clemente Palace Kempinski Hotel, Venice

Set on the island of San Clemente in a former church, this Palace Kempinski hotel indulges you with privacy and space, right on Venice’s doorstep. You’ll find high ceilings and sumptuous furnishings befitting a palazzo in every room, while 12th century courtyards and four lush gardens seem made for moments of quiet contemplation.

Venice Simplon-Orient-Express

Your train is a restored work of art, perfectly recreating the splendour of train travel in the 1920s. And your journey, an unmatched blend of style and adventure, where the elegant service within heightens the passing scenery without. In keeping with authentic 1920s travel, there is a washbasin in your cabin, while luxury, mosaic-tiled washrooms are available at each end of the carriage.

Hotel Borg, Reykjavik

Our residence in Reykjavik sits next to the Althingi, Iceland’s house of parliament, which simply means that it is in the very centre of town. Here, the 1930s are brought to life in an understated fashion, while some rooms feature Bang and Olufsen televisions and supremely comfortable Hästens beds.

Fairmont Le Château Frontenac, Quebec City

There’s a reason why this iconic Fairmont Hotel is called a château - you will sense it the moment you set foot in its grand halls and step into your lavish room. All this grandeur is ideally located inside the walls of Old Québec, a 3-minute walk from the Notre-Dame Cathedral.

Sofitel Legend Santa Clara, Cartagena

Once a monastery, the Santa Clara is now the opposite of sombre austerity. Situated in the heart of the old town, the rooms are decorated in a lush colonial style. Wood ceilings and floors reference its earlier life and Hermès toiletries complete the pampering package. An interesting fact - Mike Newell’s 2007 movie adaptation of Love In The Time Of Cholera was filmed here.

Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa

Imagine 50 acres, right on the ocean, with bougainvillea, frangipani, hibiscus and palm trees swaying in the breeze. And behind, the emerald green mountains of Kauai. The Grand Hyatt is located in a truly special spot on this spectacular island. Just adjacent, its championship golf course offers views of the Pacific crashing against cliffs. All rooms come with a private lanai, inviting you to delight in the scenery.

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Cartagena Santa Clara
Sofitel Legend Santa Clara
Hotel Borg
Mongolian Ger

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