It’s no exaggeration to call Cuba an enigma. Even the locals don’t understand, they are just resigned to it. But puzzling or not, tourists and travellers from all over the world love it.
For when you really want to escape.
From silk carpets and facial recognition scanners to double-height ceilings and a gold-plated remote to control the Japanese toilet, every level of indulgence is covered in one of the most exclusive apartment blocks in Australia to date.
Take your next holiday in some of the world’s most luxe locomotive accommodation.
Like its cuisine, the Thai capital is spicy, sour and sweet, all in one.
By offering the world’s first wandering hotel, Thierry Teyssier hopes to combat the increasing homogeneity of international travel.