[Brian Berkman] Contributing Editor, Travel, Brian Berkman, asked Nigel Atherton, Complex General Manager at Emperors Palace, about why he loves his work at the Place of Dreams.
[Charles Mburugu] The Netherlands, also known as Holland, is a densely populated nation located in Western Europe. It is bordered by countries such as Belgium and Germany. From its museums, flower gardens, windmills and canals, to its historic buildings, The Netherlands has plenty to offer visitors.
[Brian Berkman] Following a knockout stay at the historic and charming Coopmanshuijs Hotel in the heart of Stellenbosch, Contributing Editor Brian Berkman asked vivacious general manager Ilzebet Oosthuizen for her 10 Things She Loves About Stellenbosch...
[Evan-Lee Courie] Approximately 20km from Cape Town City Centre, you'll find The Sir David, a four-star Boutique Guest House, just metres away from the Small Bay Beach in Bloubergstrand.
[Brian Berkman] Table Mountain, Karoo windmills, diamonds from Kimberly and wave-pounded shores of Cape Town are some of the themes of artwork on The Blue Train - the self-anointed window to the soul of South Africa.
[Gabbi Brondani] "A fashionable retreat which blends a cosmopolitan lifestyle with relaxation." That is how Mövenpick refers to its Jumeirah Beach hotel, and I can vouch for that 100%.
[Brian Berkman] Menlyn Boutique Hotel was initially built as a Cuban diplomatic residence - a good start, on which has been built a real gem of a hotel.
[Eugene Yiga] When Showcook.com editor Annette Kesler began the Cape Legends Inter-Hotel Challenge, her goal was simple: to create and facilitate an opportunity for young talent to shine.
[Brian Berkman] Ranked number one by TripAdvisor users for Hotels in Sandton, Fairlawns Boutique Hotel and Spa has a lot to be proud of.
[Rod Baker] Mauritius is just a few hours away and a great destination for the family, or yourself if you just want to get away from it all. So how do you get there? Air Mauritius.
[Brian Berkman] There is so much added value for guests staying at MannaBay that the room rate is great value when compared with run-of-the-mill five-star establishments.
[Brian Berkman] Four Rosmead is the kind of Cape Town boutique hotel where you would put your visiting family and friends who can afford to fly First but choose Business class instead.
[Brian Berkman] When you're staying in the land's third oldest hotel you expect to see cracks showing and the plaster crumbling from the walls.
[Brian Berkman] People who think that the Pansy Shell is what most identify with as the symbol of Plettenberg Bay are wrong.
[Brian Berkman] All top hotels now enquire about dietary requirements when you book but this is the first time I've been presented with a full menu tailored to my low-carb, high-fat, no sugar diet.
[Mike Saunders] These last couple of years have been the "Years of Images" and, as a result, the social media landscape is changing for all industries concerned. Social sites that are predominately visual, such as Pinterest, Instagram and YouTube have all grown in popularity and in visual internet marketing. This is especially true in the travel and tourism industries, and they offer incredible opportunities.
[Mike Saunders] In business, you realise and learn how important your business's location is to its success. Not only is your physical location important, but also your digital location. More and more consumers are turning to the digital landscape first to find the businesses that they are looking for, and you need to be in their field of vision straight away.
[Brian Berkman] Contributing Editor, Travel, Brian Berkman, asked Shane Collinson, Director of Operations and Complex General Manager at Silverstar about why he loves the West Rand with such passion.
[Brian Berkman] It takes a special kind of visionary to turn a decrepit piece of real estate into a boutique hotel that is recommended by trendy and upscale group Mr and Mrs Smith.
[Brian Berkman] Slack packing, or hiking with someone else transporting your gear and checking into accommodation along the way is gaining popularity with folk who love the great outdoors but not enough to sleep under it.