Man! This week has been a total blur of work, cooking, and shopping. My boyfriend and I decided that we are going to host a Friendsgiving this coming weekend and we are in full prep mode. Everything from buying holiday decor to testing out recipes two or three times at least. I will be documenting my Friendsgiving through Instagram stories this Saturday so feel free to watch me possible breakdown in complete tears. Well, hopefully that doesn’t happen (crossing fingers)!
So, I know this post is long overdue, but I finally had the time to pull these pictures off my camera. I can’t even begin to tell you how many pictures of hotels I’ve taken the past year that are just laying around. To get back on track, I wanted to start by writing this hotel review of the Ritz Carlton Cancun. We only got to stay here for a night at the end of our Cuba + Mexico trip, but it was well worth it. It was also a nice change of pace from all the Airbnbs we were previous staying in.
So if you’ve been following my Instagram, you know that I went to Napa just a little bit ago for the weekend. Napa is absolutely one of my favorite places to visit and I try to go there at least 2-3 times a year. Since it’s one of my favorite places, I wanted to share my travel tips with you from my recent trip if you ever get the chance to go. I present you with my first of many, Napa Valley Travel Guide!
Today, I am truly honored to be sharing with you my review of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore! There are only a few hotels in the world that can be recognized by it’s architecture alone. Hotels like the Burj al Arab (Dubai) and the Bellagio (Las Vegas) are some to name a few. Though today, no hotel is probably more famous than the Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore. Not only is it characterized by it’s three soaring towers, but probably it’s most famous feature is the infinity pool located on the 57th floor of the hotel looking out to all of Singapore and beyond.
One of my favorite hotel brands has to be the Mandarin Oriental. Based out of Hong Kong, this hotel chain was one of the first luxury hotels that I’ve ever heard about. I was so in awe of the decor, design, and architecture. Or maybe I was more in awe because of the sticker shock I suffered by reading how much it would cost to stay just one night at one of their hotels. Either way, from that day on, it was my goal to stay at one and it finally came true this trip. So here is my review of the Mandarin Oriental Singapore!