Travel Reviews

Independent and unbiased travel reviews by The Travel Magazine. We test travel products, hotels, tours and activities to help you make an informed decision.

Hotel Lotte Moscow - exterior

Hotel Review: Lotte Hotel, Moscow

Grandiose yet contemporary, Lotte Hotel in Moscow hits the spot for luxury travel. It offers first-rate service in exceptionally comfortable surroundings.
Sunborn Yacht Hotel

Hotel Review: Sunborn Super Yacht, Gibraltar

The tiny British territory of Gibraltar is starting to make a name for itself in the world of luxury travel and it’s all thanks to the Sunborn; the world’s first purpose built super yacht hotel.
Gate8 Cabin Mate

Luggage Review: Gate8 Cabin Mate

Gate8 Cabin Mate is not just a standard carry-on suitcase, it is a suitcase, a rucksack and a laptop bag, all-in-one.
Four Seasons, St Petersburg - exterior

Hotel Review: Four Seasons Lion Palace, St. Petersburg, Russia

Four Seasons Lion Place is a beautifully restored palace in the heart of St Petersburg and offers the opportunity to get a taste of the regal lifestyle.
Unmissable Ski Chalets

5 Unmissable Ski Chalets

We’ve sought out some of the most attractive, well-equipped, and well-located ski chalets in the world.
RW_01 - ROAD WARRIOR CARRY-ON SUITCASE

Luggage Review: LAT_56 Road Warrior 2 Wheel Carry-On Suitcase

Martino Matijevic tested the Road Warrior 2 Wheel Carry-On Suitcase and was impressed with the exceptional quality, stylish design, and travel comfort.
Grecotel Cape Sounio - Deluxe Bungalow

Hotel Review: Grecotel Cape Sounio, Greece

Grecotel Cape Sounio has taken its cue from the Temple of Poseidon and has the look and feel of ancient Grecian temples.

Hotel Review: Belmond Reid’s Palace, Funchal, Madeira

Set in sub-tropical gardens, with a sublime view over the Atlantic Ocean, Belmond Reid’s Palace Hotel is for those with a sense of style and a desire for utter luxury and relaxation.
Huntingdon House, Malawi

Hotel Review: Huntingdon House, Malawi

Huntingdon House offers colonial luxury in the heart of Malawi’s Shiree Highlands.
Harry Melling (Jason) and Tyrone in Hand To God

Theatre Review: Hand to God, Vaudeville Theatre

One messed-up family, one girl who just wants to help, one school bully, one man of the church offering comfort. And one Hand puppet who is out of control.

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