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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When one man, for whatever reason, has the opportunity to lead an extraordinary life, he has no right to keep it to himself.

Jacques Yves Cousteau

August 4, 2019

REVIEW – SWISS First Class Lounge – Zurich (ZRH E-Gates)

SWISS First Class LoungeZRH- Zurich: E Gates
June 23, 2019

REVIEW – Radisson Blu Zurich Airport : Business Class Room

The main service was chaotic, no doubt about it.  However, the dine on demand really came into its own when I wanted to set my own schedule and here, much like at the bar, the service was sincere, friendly and professional.
June 23, 2019
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TRIP REPORT – SWISS First Class : One night in Montreal

Back in the early 2000s SWISS was famous for its very generous award availability in First Class and many people in the UK enjoyed access to […]
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'...
 
October 15, 2016

REVIEW – British Airways : First Class – London to Newark (B772)

December 22, 2016

REVIEW – British Airways : Club World (Business Class) – London Heathrow to Newark (B772)

The cabin decor is drab, bland and uninspired. The only thing about the experience that feels premium are the cheese biscuits and the Fever Tree tonic. There is close to zero storage space around the seat. Aisle seats are completely exposed, no more private than economy. Middle seats can lead to bizarre and uncomfortable sharing scenarios, whilst window seats require stepping over other passengers in order to escape.