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Brussels is the capital of 500 million Europeans and one of the very important places for decision-making and debate. But Brussels has been for me a metropolis with a personal touch. It offers a warm welcome whether you come for business, culture, leisure or to get away from it all. In this global and multicultural city that is both historical and modern, a meeting point of North and South where the differences are maintained yet meld together harmoniously I have been looking for a

Is a 2-week trip enough to explore Bali? Many people asked me this after my trip. Believe me, our two-week itinerary is enough to get a taste of the most important places in Bali! This itinerary gives you time to explore a few different locations, whilst guaranteeing a relaxed pace with plenty of time to enjoy some well-deserved rest. As first-timers in Bali, two weeks was a great length for our first trip. That being said: holidays are never long enough… I definitely left

Are you looking for a place to spend your holidays where you can relax and escape everyday life, whilst feeling really welcome and well cared for; a place where you can sense that genuine values count? Then Hotel Dornhauhof is the place you are looking for! This small but fine 4-star family run hotel has a welcoming atmosphere. The Kröll family has run this hotel for many centuries whilst focusing on quality, local produce and attention to detail. You will feel heartfelt friendliness and

From the moment I started planning our trip to Bali, I have been gazing at pictures of the Royal Pita Maha Resort. Designed by Ubud’s royal family, this really is an unforgettable place. This is the kind of resort that succeeds in combining absolute luxury with an incredibly Balinese touch. Designed to celebrate the traditional culture of Bali, The Royal Pita Maha features a collection of private pool villas overlooking the breathtaking Ayung River. Expect uninterrupted views of lush tropical greenery and overwhelming aesthetic

You just spent a week in bustling Bali with its omnipresent and maddening motorbikes… You are longing for the perfect break away from the tourist hordes… You heard about the beauty of the Gili Islands but you also heard about the hassle getting there. In this article, I will not only tell you HOW to get there, but also WHAT to expect, and WHERE to stay, eat and relax. Hop on a fast boat with me and let’s go glamping on Gili Meno in

Located in Canggu, this resort is a tranquil sanctuary amidst the bustling Canggu streets. Plataran Canggu Resort has great access to all beautiful beaches along the southwest coast (Canggu, Seminyak, Petitenget, Echo Beach), making it great for surfing and enjoying the stunning Bali sunsets. Curious why it’s a good idea to spend a couple of days in Plataran while exploring Canggu? The hotel Cocooned within tropical gardens, alongside a river and lush green paddy fields, Plataran Canggu Resort is an oasis of amazing peace and tranquility

Hotel Indigo is a brand new hotel in the most lively and storied village in Bali: Seminyak. The hotel opened its doors in July 2017 and succeeded in capturing both the ancient and modern zeitgeist of Seminyak in all its color, energy and tradition. It combines the best of both worlds: a peaceful retreat right next to the beach and in the middle of the buzzing village. Hotel Indigo  Hotel Indigo has 289 rooms (270 rooms and 19 private villas) and extends across 4,7 hectares of

Mövenpick opened its very first resort in Bali in January 2017. Inspired by the traditional 5 elements of Balinese design and reflecting the natural wonder of the region, the Mövenpick Resort & Spa Jimbaran is an idyllic heaven. Set amid meandering pools and lush landscaped gardens, this hotel is located at only 100m from Jimbaran beach. It is without any doubt that, in this hotel, I had a few of my best experiences in Bali. Read all about my best Balinese breakfast, my best

It has been two years since my first encounter with Alto Adige, and I’m so glad to be back! This region is not only famous for its amazing wine culture, but also for the beauty of its peaks and the specialized spa towns. In this article, I would like to share some absolute must-do's with you. Even if you are only spending a few days in Alto Adige, these tips will help you make the most out of your visit for a unique experience! Alto

Spending the night in the midst of an Alto Adige winegrowing zone and getting to know fascinating winegrowers: that’s what makes a vacation in the Alto Adige Wine Hotels so unique and exciting. In the Vinum Hotels of Alto Adige, wine lovers and true connoisseurs are offered authentic wine experiences that satisfy the most demanding of palates. All 29 Vinum Hotels are situated within renowned Alto Adige winegrowing zones, where the Mediterranean South meets the Alpine North and international wine history has been written. The

The Terhills Hotel Maasmechelen, part of the Different Hotels group, is a 4 stars hotel in a historic mine building. Located between Maasmechelen village and National Park Connecterra, it’s an ideal base to discover Maasmechelen during a weekend. The charming lady at the reception told me that the hotel aims to offer a cocktail of fashion, nature and comfort… and that’s exactly what we discovered during a sunny September weekend. Terhills hotel As you walk through the beautiful French garden with its fountain and blooming flowers,

Martin’s Patershof is a former church transformed into a 4 stars luxury hotel in the heart of Mechelen, right in between Antwerp and Brussels. This Belgian hotel group accepted the major challenge to preserve the past and at the same time meet the expectations of today’s demanding travelers. And they succeeded. After an impressive metamorphosis, they now offer an out-of-the-ordinary stay in an exclusive historic setting. Gazing up at the church’s beautiful façade, I immediately notice the sound of clinking glasses inside. As I walk