Welcome to JarvisMarcos.com, a thorough and extensive database of my travel reviews.

I fly over 100,000 miles per year in First and Business class cabins and review every new product that I try. Similarly, I review almost every luxury hotel and airport lounge that I set foot in

I book the majority of my travel using sales, promotions and a variety of other tricks - often leveraging the power of hotel points and airline miles. If I use a special technique of any kind to book a travel experience, I'll mention it in the review.

This means that hopefully you'll have all the tools you need to book your own amazing trips too!

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April 18, 2019
Breaking the Rules: How I booked Emirates ‘Gamechanger’ First Class

Breaking the Rules: How I booked Emirates ‘Gamechanger’ First Class

Ever since Emirates first announced their ground breaking new First Class cabin, I've had a deep yearning within me to try it out. Read on to find out how I booked the 'unbookable'...
April 6, 2019

REVIEW – Qatar Al Safwa First Class Lounge – Doha

The lounge is so quiet, cavernous and awe inspiring that it doesn't feel like a space in which to kick back and have fun. If you're expecting the Virgin Clubhouse you'll be disappointed. It is however one of the most striking and interior spaces I've ever spent time in. The calm and tranquility is a world away from the airport terminal below
April 6, 2019

REVIEW – Qatar : First Class – Sydney SYD to Doha DOH (A380)

The food and drink weren't quite on the level of JAL or ANA and the seats don't have closing doors like Singapore Suites or Etihad Apartments but the overall product ticks a lot of boxes. On a long haul flight Qatar First Class is exceptional and actually my main criticism is that it is sometimes deployed on routes that don't have the demand for First
March 27, 2019

REVIEW – Qantas First Class Lounge – Sydney T1

Qantas' flagship lounge is a fantastic space that feels undeniably Australian and very special indeed. The sleek white marble, mid-century nods to the golden age of aviation and expansive runways views make visiting this facility feel like a real occasion. The dining experience is genuinely worth making time for, with dishes and wines that will excite and surprise you just as they would in a top restaurant in the city.
 
August 13, 2016

REVIEW – Park Hyatt Tokyo (Deluxe Room)

Introduction The PH Tokyo is an iconic property, ever since featuring in Lost in Translation the hotel seems to have transcended the boundaries of regular hotels […]
August 13, 2016

REVIEW – Park Hyatt, Melbourne (Park Suite)

   
August 13, 2016

REVIEW – Park Hyatt Sydney (Opera Room)

The Park Hyatt Sydney isn't cheap. Even when using 10% discount codes on gift certificates, this hotel isn't even on nodding terms with cheap. However the Park Hyatt Sydney is worth every penny. The staff are aware of the fact that they have a hell of a reputation to live up, due in no small part to the hotel's location. They deal with this pressure with charm, competence and a true sense of what hospitality means. If you can, make sure you come here at least once in your life. If your budget won't permit a stay then consider going for breakfast, just to take in the fantastic view (and those omelettes!). You won't be disappointed. Park Hyatt Sydney. Believe the hype.
August 18, 2016

REVIEW – Hyatt Regency [Now Grand Hyatt] Incheon (Club Room)

August 22, 2016

REVIEW – Park Hyatt Dubai (Terrace Suite)

September 1, 2016

REVIEW – Andaz Wall Street, New York (Large King Room)