Glamtainers are a revelation for those who like the idea of camping in the great outdoors but are daunted by the set-up.
Everything simply works in this brand-new hotel, ideally located for arriving or departing travellers.
Terminal 3 is dedicated solely to Etihad flights, while T1 and T2 are for the other airlines. You'd think the government would therefore splash out on this terminal, but the décor is a positively utilitarian grey.
EgyptAir, which turns 90 this year, doesn't have the bling of its Gulf rivals, but is a worthy alternative that is often cheaper.
A notable and – let's be honest – much-needed upgrade to United's business class.
When you're missing France, this is a touch of Parisian luxury in the heart of Adelaide.
The Belvedere hotel offers the flexibility of apartment living with the comfort of hotel services.
A luxurious respite from the usual crowds with the added privacy of your own pool.
It is the national carrier's first international route using Embraer E190 aircraft and also its shortest international route.
An outstanding inflight experience, with a leather amenities pouch so stylish, the reviewer is going to use it as a clutch bag.
This lavishly revamped hotel has comfortable, well-sized rooms but its touristy location and razzle dazzle might not appeal to everyone.
The newer planes in Turkish Airlines' fleet are a pleasure to fly on; unfortunately this wasn't one of them.