Luxury Travel & Leisure Writer | World Itineraries
Five Restaurants in Nice You Should Visit
With ratatouille originating in Nice (from ‘touiller’ meaning ‘to toss food’) and a campaign for Niçoise cuisine to gain UNESCO ‘intangible heritage’ status well...
A Cultural Exploration of Nice & Its Historic Towns and Many Museums
While some French Riviera hotspots are just about glitz and glamour, Nice offers a special blend of luxury mixed with homespun local neighborhoods, busy beachfronts, a thriving arts scene and an attractive...
Papillon Perfumery Evokes Exhilarating Scents And Vivid Imagination
With recent studies showing greater demand for more distinctive and customised scents, Papillon Perfumery seems well positioned to succeed. Defining her perfumes as potions as “the...
Radisson Blu Hotel: The Longtime French Property Makes for a Relaxed Vacation in Nice
Opened in 1979, the 331-room Radisson Blu Hotel in Nice has undergone extensive renovation costing more than $19 million in the past few years. Corridors, façades, kitchens, meeting rooms,...
6 Italian Restaurants Where Celebrity Sightings & Exquisite Fares Are Just Another Day on Lake Como
With celebrities such as George Clooney, Robert De Niro and business magnate Richard Branson having vacation homes in the area, restaurants along Italy’s beautiful Lake Como serve up some very creative...
AC Hotel Nice Offers the Charm of a Boutique Retreat & the Amenities of a Big Brand Property
A bronze statue of a goddess encased in granite along the length of the façade is the first thing that grabs your attention upon approaching the Marriott’s AC Hotel Nice. The...
Award-Winning Chef Dylan McGrath Makes Eating Healthy Effortless at Dublin's Rustic Stone
The perfect location can make or break a restaurant, but that isn’t an issue for Rustic Stone in downtown Dublin. Just a short stroll from Trinity College where literary luminaries such as Oscar...
Sheraton Opens as the Only Luxury Chain Hotel on Lake Como
Nestled within a lush 118,403-square-foot park, the Sheraton Lake Como conveys the impression of rural seclusion even though it is only a 10-minute walk away from the town of Cernobbio and...
Irish millionairess Danielle Ryan Talks About Her Luxury Products Company
Ireland’s elfin-like Danielle Ryan became rich in her mid-20s – inheriting a family fortune of over 100 million dollars - but rather than simply live the celebrity lifestyle, she’s following...
About Sean Hillen
Sean Hillen has been an international journalist and editor for more than 30 years and is also a published author. 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 (http://seanhillenblog.com/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. Sean's website is World Itineraries (http://worlditineraries.co/)