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Hotel Review: St. Regis San Francisco

Points Miles & Martinis contributor Nicky shares his thoughts on the St. Regis San Francisco after a recent visit The St. Regis San Francisco is located in the SoMa District, the hotel is surrounded by the Yerba Buena Gardens, SFMOMA, and the Moscone Center, along with being in walking distance to Union Square, The Embarcadero, Financial District,…

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Hotel Review: Ritz-Carlton Washington D.C.

The Ritz-Carlton Washington D.C. is located in the West End near Dupont Circle and features 300 guest rooms and suites. It’s a Marriott Bonvoy category 7 property requiring 60,000 points for a free night redemption. As a Marriott Gold Bonvoy member, thanks to my status from my American Express Platinum Card, I was upgraded from a…

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Hotel Review: Ritz Carlton St. Louis Club King

Early this year, there was an Amazing Deal Alert: Ritz Carlton St. Louis $45 Club Rooms, which was bookable through American Express Fine Hotels & Resorts. I was lucky enough to snag one of these rooms and American Express did honor the reservations. Arriving the hotel, we took an Uber from the airport which was…

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Hotel Review: Le Centre Sheraton Montreal

The Le Centre Sheraton Montreal is located in the heart of the city center if you’re looking to explore the downtown area. It’s a Marriott Category 5 property meaning it will cost 35,000 points per night if you’re looking to redeem Marriott Bonvoy points. In terms of renovation, Deluxe and Club Level rooms have been renovated,…

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Hotel Review: Fairmont Pacific Rim, Vancouver

The Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel is located in downtown Vancouver, part of the British Columbia providence of Canada. The upscale hotel is located on the lower 22 floors of the 48-story building which completed construction in 2010 with the remaining space used for condominiums with a separate entrance. This property is part of the Fine Hotels…

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Hotel Review: Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill

The Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill is one of the two full service Hyatt properties in London, with the other being the Andaz London Liverpool Street. The Churchill  is located in London’s West, close to Hyde Park and is a great location if you’re looking to explore London. The Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill has…

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Hotel Review: Copenhagen Marriott

The Copenhagen Marriott is located close to the Copenhagen City Center and is a Marriott Rewards Category 8 property if you’re looking to redeem Marriott Rewards points when staying here. It’s a modern Marriott hotel and is located directly on the Copenhagen River. If you’re coming from the Copenhagen Airport and are looking to take public transportation the…

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Hotel Review: Fairmont Hamilton Princess & Beach Club Garden Suite

The Hamilton Princess & Beach Club, a Fairmont Managed Property offers 157 guest rooms and suites, all which have recently been renovated. On the island, there is also the Fairmont Southampton, however that property is older and is much further from town. From the airport, it’s about a 20 minute ride to the Hamilton Princess,…

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Hotel Review: Four Seasons Mexico City

Points Miles & Martinis contributor Nicky shares his thoughts on the Four Seasons Mexico City after a recent visit. You can view his Flight Review: Aeromexico Premier Business Class JFK- Mexico City on how he flew down there. The Four Seasons Mexico City is located near the Condesa and Polbanco areas, just right around the corner from the Chapultepec…

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Hotel Review: Andaz Mayakoba Resort Riviera Maya

The Andaz Mayakoba Resort Riviera Maya is a World of Hyatt Category 5 property, meaning free night awards start at 20,000 points per night, whereas Points + Cash is available for 10,000 points and $125 per night. Rates start around $250 per night, so be sure to double-check their rates before redeeming your points here. At the…

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