Luxury Travel & Leisure Writer | World Itineraries
Las Letras Gran Vía: a Historical, Ornate and Literary Hideaway
Seeing elegantly-dressed mannequins in the windows of IBEROSTAR Las Letras Hotel on Madrid's Grand Via, one might think it a high-quality fashion design center...
Hotel Ritz Madrid: Historical Icon in the Heart of Spanish Capital
Few feelings quite match opening one's third-floor hotel window to the front terrace of the famous Prado Museum in Madrid. Located immediately below the historic Hotel Ritz, the museum is ...
San Brussels: An Eclectic Dining Experience in Belgium
Popular? A severe understatement. By 8.45 pm on a Saturday evening not only were all tables at this downtown restaurant full, so were all counter seats around the well-lit, open-style kitchen at the ...
Steigenberger Wiltcher's: Classic Old World Hotel in Downtown Brussels
In terms of sheer elegance and an abiding sense of history, few hotels in Belgium match that of the Steigenberger Wiltcher's...
Contemporary Elegance at the Westin Dublin
Opened sixteen years ago, after a major renovation linking three multi-story downtown buildings, the five-star The Westin Dublin stands proudly right next door to Trinity College and Temple ...
Croke Park Hotel: Enjoying Ireland’s National Stadium and Dublin’s Downtown in One Stay
Sometimes titles tell all and that's the case with the contemporary Croke Park Hotel located immediately across from Ireland's pre-eminent sports stadium close to the center of Dublin...
3 Premiere Restaurants for Gourmet Dining in Porto
Porto, long in the shadow of big brother, Lisbon, has moved into t...
5 Best Restaurants in Prague
For years, food in Prague endured a poor reputation of being stoli...
Eating Out In Berlin: 4 Leading Fine Dining Restaurants
While ‘eating-on-the-move’ from street wurst vendors is still popular in Berlin, t...
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.