KrisFlyer miles and Velocity points are easily accessible to most people, so a flight in Business Class on Singapore Airlines is a great reward to aim for, especially if you have received a hefty sign-up bonus from an associated credit card.
An industry-leading product, you’ll get a very comfortable bed with direct aisle access and a private seat, excellent customer service and great entertainment. This aircraft is increasingly being deployed on routes like Melbourne, Brisbane, Rome and Barcelona.
This SPG Category 7 hotel has beautifully appointed rooms, incredible service and one of the best hotel brunches I have ever experienced.
The Grand Millennium Auckland is part of the Millennium Hotels group, an international chain with 20 hotels across New Zealand. It’s a centrally located business hotel, with large standard rooms, comfy club lounge, and great breakfast options.
This is Lachlan’s review of Qantas’ A330 Business Class from Sydney to Shanghai, our first of their A330 Business Class suite on a long-haul international route.
This is one of the best uses of Qantas Points and Asia Miles. Here is the rundown of what to expect at the pointy end with Cathay Pacific.
This is one of the world’s best ways to fly, with a comfortable bed and high degree of privacy, but it is due for a makeover. Still a great use of KrisFlyer miles or Velocity points.
Hotel Grand Windsor Auckland, MGallery by Sofitel was recently added to AccorHotels group. Newly opened in a heritage building in the heart of Auckland, the fittings are luxurious, but some of the rooms are small.
There is no reason to avoid this product, but at the same time, no reason to actively seek it out either. Having said that, thanks to the spacious seat and comfortable bed, I would not hesitate to fly in their First Class again if the opportunity came up.