The Grace Hotel
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Discover Auckland, a jewel set between two sparkling harbours. At once cosmopolitan and casual, this premier city of the South Pacific will surprise and delight. Enjoy international eateries, eclectic shopping, local culture and outdoor adventure. Board a ferry, climb a volcano or indulge in a carefree afternoon of food and wine on an island before returning to your home away from home at the 5-star Sofitel Auckland Viaduct Harbour. The luxury hotel places guests in the heart of Central Auckland between the upscale Viaduct Harbour lifestyle development & the attractions of the new Wynyard Quarter. A short 15 walk away from the heart of Auckland City, the hotel overlooks the shimmering Waitemata Harbour.
The ship that inspired our celebrated Solstice Class and one of the most decorated ships in our fleet, Celebrity Solstice is rich in luxurious design and exciting new experiences. Sail to Australia, New Zealand, Alaska and Hawaii aboard a ship that is a destination in itself. When your appetite is well and truly worked up, head to one of our specialty restaurants. At Silk Harvest, go on a culinary journey through the authentic flavours of Asia in a friendly and laidback atmosphere. Finish the perfect day with a delicious cocktail in one of our sophisticated bars.
Built by the Grace Brothers in the 1920s as a showpiece of their successful retail business, The Grace Hotel has been beautifully restored to its former glory, making it one of Sydney’s most prominent historical landmarks, a fine example of Neo-Gothic architecture with contrasting Art Deco interior. Located in the heart of Sydney, this heritage-listed 382 room hotel offers a warm and personal service with the luxury of a 4 1/2 star hotel exuding a unique blend of old world charm with modern comfort to meet the needs of guests today.
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Within the unique world of rail travel, Rocky Mountaineer is so much more than just a train. It's the key to unlocking a hidden world of unparalleled beauty as you carve through otherwise inaccessible terrain in the Canadian Rockies. And your job aboard our all-dome fleet? To indulge in the most luxurious journey you've ever experienced. It's a tall order, but you're moving in the right direction.
SilverLeaf Service: Take in the scenery through the windows of our custom-designed, single level glass dome coaches.
single level glass domed coach with oversized windows.
Delicious, hot entrée options served at your seat and plated to your preference.
Complimentary beverages, including wine, beer, spirits and non-alcoholic drinks will be served throughout your journey, along with gourmet snacks Overnight. accommodation in popular hotels.
Tanjong Jara Resort
Tanjong Jara Resort is set on the pristine east coast of Peninsular Malaysia, alongside a golden sandy beach, lapped by gleaming turquoise waters.
Designed to reflect the simple elegance of 17th century Malay palaces, this tranquil resort offers a genuine taste of the region's spirit and its rich natural heritage but it is the warmth of service that makes it so special.
The 100 rooms are a serene collection of elegantly crafted wooden buildings, offering traditional luxury accommodation.
The award-winning Spa Village embraces unique and local Malay healing therapies passed down over generations.
Dining at the resort is scenic, exquisite and informal; serving the freshest of ingredients, the two superb restaurants offer either traditional Malaysian cuisine, or delectable seafood and western style dishes. Private dining options are on offer and the chefs at Tanjong Jara Resort ensure that all personal tastes are catered for.
From March to September explore the teeming coral reefs on nearby Tenggol Island. The seasonal diving and snorkelling in these waters is one of Asia's best kept secrets with an extraordinarily rich seabed and great marine biodiversity. Visit the resort’s turtle hatchery, during nesting season, and learn about the conservation efforts in an exclusive partnership with Lang Tengah Turtle Watch. Due to conservation efforts – turtles have been returning to nest on the beach in front of the resort. If you’re lucky, you might see them laying eggs or hatching during the breeding season generally between April and September.
Discover the rich culture of the Malay heartland with excursions that offer a unique insight into the local way of life, from a market visit with the chef followed by a cooking class to viewing the charms of the sleepy fishing villages on a guided cycle tour.
Gaya Island Resort
Gaya Island Resort is situated on Pulau Gaya, one of five islands which make up a marine conservation park just off the coast of Kota Kinabalu in Sabah on Malaysian Borneo.
Nestled within the hillside and surrounded by a tropical rainforest, this tranquil retreat looks out over the South China Sea with a distant view of Mount Kinabalu. Located right in front of the resort is a strip of sandy beach and the house coral reef, where a guided snorkel excursion is a must.
The resort has 120 hillside villas and a two-bedroom suite which are designed to blend seamlessly with the local architecture and natural environment. Enjoy culinary treats from the Asia-Pacific region at the Feast Village, Japanese delicacies at Omakase restaurant or fresh seafood dishes at Fisherman’s Cove.
Take a 5 minute speedboat ride to the resort’s private beach at Tavajun Bay and visit the fascinating Gaya Island Resort Marine Centre. Here, one can meet the resort’s resident Marine Biologist and learn about the vital work being done in the preservation of the reefs and the turtle rescue, rehabilitation and breeding programmes.
Along the boardwalk up in the forest is the Gaya Island Resort Wildlife Centre, where a guided jungle trail with the resident Naturalist will reveal many unique Bornean jungle inhabitants, including perhaps - the shy and intriguing proboscis monkeys.
Above the mangroves within the forest lies the world class Spa Village, where once can be pampered with unique treatments inspired by the cultural healing traditions of Sabah's many indigenous people.
Discoveries, authentic experiences and a sense of intimacy with the natural world all prevail across the land and seascape of this resort offering travellers and couples an escape that is distinctively Borneo.