Luxury Travel & Leisure Writer | World Itineraries
‘Flattered:’ Porto Apartments in Lively Neighborhood with Exhilarating Atlantic Views
Open the windows and the Atlantic Ocean just rushes in - not literally of course but with a hypnotizing, swishing sound and an uplifting stream of fresh salty air. Not to mention exquisite crushed ...
Portugal's Six Senses Douro Valley Puts Emphasis on Organic Living and Intuitive Design
Arrival at Six Senses Hotel and Spa, nestled amid the pretty foliage and vineyards of Portugal's Douro valley is both a Zen-like and refreshing experience...
Hotel Teatro is a Downtown Porto Property with Artistic and Historic Highlights
Walking through the heavy, copper-colored doors of Hotel Teatro is like walking into a world of artistic fantasy, away from the hubbub of nearby Porto's main train station in the city’s...
Corinthia Hotel Prague Offers Stellar Views of Historic City Below
Waking up to beautiful Prague lying sprawled at your feet is quite the visual sensation...
Staying at NH Collection Berlin Mitte Friedrichstrasse Means Being Close to Berlin’s ‘Happening Space’
Bright, breezy and futuristic are the adjectives that come immediately to mind upon entering the chic lobby of the centrally located...
Kempinski Hotel Bristol Remains a Berlin Favorite 65 Years Later
Located on the corner of Kurfurstendamm and Fasanenstrasse, Kempinski Hotel Bristol Berlin, which opened in 1951, was the brand’s first-ever property. When it opened, it symbolized the ...
Jersey’s Club Hotel & Spa is a Must-Stay
Within a two-minute walk of downtown Saint Helier, the capital and principal town on Britain’s Jersey Island, the five-star The Club H...
Longueville Manor on Jersey Island: the Best of Rustic Rural and Lively Urban
Sitting in the water at the edge of the heated open-air swimming pool at the elegant Longueville Manor on Jersey as the sun set slowly behi...
Enjoy Varna and the Elegance of Swiss-Belhotel Dimyat
With more than one hundred independent restaurants and cafes in Varna on Bulgaria's northern Black Sea coast, you might be inclined to avoid hotel-based ones...
About Sean Hillen
Sean Hillen has been an international journalist and editor for almost 40 years and is also a published author. His latest book is a high-end contemporary fiction novel, Pretty Ugly - a thrilling, intriguing ride through the murky undercurrent of corporate and political machinations bridging the complex worlds of medicine, media and modeling. http://www.seanhillenauthor.com/ His experience spans several continents - in Ireland, for the national daily, The Irish Times in England, as foreign correspondent for The Times and Daily Telegraph. In the US, Sean worked at the United Nations Media Center in New York, Scripps Howard Broadcasting and regional newspaper, The Kansas City Times. His writing has also appeared in publications such as Time magazine and The Wall Street Journal. Sean's imaginative travel book, Digging for Dracula examines fact and fiction about the world's most infamous vampire and was published on the centennial anniversary of Bram Stoker's Gothic novel.