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 and have reviewed the majority world's top onboard products for this blog. If you think that premium cabin travel is out of reach, read on to learn the tricks I use to fly around the world. I also love visiting luxury hotels and resorts. I have reviewed a wide variety running the range from Park Hyatts and Ritz Carltons bookable with hotel points, right through to some of the world's most exclusive brands like Four Seasons, Mandarin Oriental and Aman. Finally, I am a firm believer in the fact that the purest expression of a culture is in its cuisine. I love to eat and have written at length about some of my favourite restaurants around the globe. If you want to explore our planet in style, you've come to the right place. SCROLL DOWN TO READ THE LATEST POSTS
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February 25, 2018
The food and drink are excellent, the decor is very elegant and modern, power sockets are freely available and there's an outdoor terrace from which to enjoy the sunshine and view some of the most diverse traffic of any airport in the world. THIS LOUNGE IS AWESOME.
February 24, 2018
Back when I first got into the miles and points game, deals on cash fares were virtually non-existent. At that point there were effectively two types of people involved in 'travel hacking'...
January 22, 2018
For $152 this hotel was an absolute steal. The gym was fantastic, the decor throughout was very fresh and modern and the staff were all extremely friendly and accommodating. I really liked the club lounge breakfast and am sure that it would be a great place to grab a drink in the evening too. If you're staying in Long Beach this hotel is very hard to argue with!
January 17, 2018
There is a lot to like about SWISS business class but there are more than enough negatives to place this in the second tier of business class products behind the likes of Qatar, Etihad and Singapore Airlines. If the cabin was all throne seats and there was dine on demand, things would be very different. For the average passenger though, ending up crammed next to a stranger by the window, with access to a lower tier of lounge, any of the three aforementioned airlines would provide a better experience when flying on their flagship long haul routes.