This ex-house of worship even has an in-house radio station.
Courteous service, pleasant food and comfortable seats mean you wake refreshed to start your Australian day.
It may not be for the fainthearted but the 'polar bear capital' is unforgettable.
The hotel sits in the heart of New York City, with all its colour, excitement and anticipation just out the door.
The city's utilitarian Soviet buildings are clad in dazzling white marble, and the theme continues in the airport.
It's one of Europe's most popular cities, but the airport is clearly struggling to handle the tourist boom.
A resort for skiers of all abilities with 21 lifts and a 10-person gondola.
Thanks to its architecture, Tokyo's Capitol Tokyu hotel has a calm, elegant and distinctively Japanese ambience
It's hard to complain when you're sitting in Premium Economy and there's no-one sitting next to you.
It's a fine place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city for the weekend, with or without kids in tow.
This hotel is packed with personality, interesting spaces and neighbourhood-inspired touches.
It's geared for about three flights a day but one season a year, it is mobbed with tourists.