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Located within the gates of the Magic Kingdom is the Four Seasons Orlando at Walt Disney World. It’s a ultra luxury resort perfect for families and couples who want to visit the Disney World Parks but want to return home to a luxury resort and all it has to offer.  With views of the nightly fireworks you are still close to all the “magic” but in your own luxurious surroundings. Lobby Refreshments   Fireworks or chandelier?   Entertainment in the lobby for the kids Guest […] Continue reading →

In my opinion the only way to experience Disney World is to stay on property.  As a travel advisor I get many requests from clients who are used to staying in luxury properties heading to Disney World where they expect the same type of accommodations.  My favorite two properties at Disney that will accommodate this request are the Grand Floridian Resort and the Contemporary where you have the option of a resort room or an accommodation in the villas with either a studio, 1, 2, or 3 […] Continue reading →

Have you ever wondered where those beautiful computer wallpaper pictures were taken?  Odds are they were taken in the Maldives.  Four Seasons Maldives Kuda Huraa located on the North Male Atoll is a tropical destination where you can surf, snorkel with sharks, cruise with dolphins, or do nothing at all. Accommodations include the typical over water bungalows or if you’re traveling with small children then consider a beach bungalow. Further to the north is Four Seasons Maldives at Landaa […] Continue reading →

Why Dubai?  Why NOT Dubai?  Think Burq Khalifa, dancing fountains, the gold market, sky diving, camel rides, desert safaris, souks, great golfing, and the Abu Dhabi mosque just to name a few.  Known as the “Vegas of the Middle East”, Dubai is a “hot” destination for international travelers. One of the premier luxury properties is the One & Only The Palm located on Palm Island and is the most intimate beach resort on the island.  Entry level rooms are very large with a large […] Continue reading →


New York City

New York City has always been a favorite city of mine.  I used to travel here on business when I worked with Saks Incorporated and regretted not moving there after college like so many do.  So when my sister was to be in NYC on business I jumped at the chance to visit.  I ended up going with my mom and 12 year-old niece to visit my sister the week of July 4th. We arrived in the city and immediately checked in at our hotel, Waldorf Astoria Towers, which is a very historic and iconic […] Continue reading →


Vail, Colorado

  I have only been snow skiing a couple of times; once in Wisconsin as a child and once in high school in North Carolina. I really don’t count those times and want to be known as a skier, but the few times I’ve tried to plan a family ski trip I really get bogged down by the process. So when I decided to become a travel advisor I ran away from any ski trip planning, fast! Then a few weeks ago one of our preferred partners reached out to the company I work with and offered an […] Continue reading →

My week in Las Vegas was long and exhausting but I was able to meet with 180 or so of the top luxury travel vendors from all over the world. Here is my “Best Of” list from this trip. Ecuador This is a diverse South American country that uses US currency and has available many direct flights from the United States on American Airlines and Delta. You can find the beach, Andes Mountains, and the Amazon all in one country. It is also the home of the Galapagos Islands where I heard of one […] Continue reading →