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Review: The Banks Mansion in Amsterdam – Welcome Home!

Our stay at Banks Mansion was one for the books. It’s the kind of hotel we can only hope to be able to stay at time and time again. After looking at their pictures, reading reviews and checking out their website we had such high expectations, and we were still blown away. 

A closer look into what makes Banks Mansion such an ideal place to stay while in Amsterdam

Top Notch Customer Service

Their customers service is top notch. We had so many emails back and forth because our plans kept changing. At first we were going to fly in, and then train in and then eventually we settled on driving in (from Paris). We were concerned because there is no parking on the premises and we know how Amsterdam is not really driver friendly. We had no intention of using our car during our stay, but our road trip was starting the day we were checking out so it made the most sense to have the car from the beginning.

Everyone was so helpful with their suggestions about what to do with the car (even had a detailed list of prices depending on what we decided to do). We ended up using an off site valet service and Banks Mansion made all of the arrangements for us! We told them the approximate time of our arrival (which changed twice due to sight seeing) and someone was waiting for us outside the hotel when we pulled up- we didn’t have to do a thing! 

Check in with ease and a smile
The living room style lobby is charming

All Of The Amenities

Check in was fast, easy and friendly. We were given a break down of their “your home away from home”, some directions to sites in our area, our room key and off we went. We stayed in a deluxe room with a canal view that had decanters with whiskey, cognac and gin, as well as a mini bar that was all included. If you know us, you know we were in heaven! Nothing could beat that view though! Having that crisp autumn air flowing through the room while looking at the canal became one of our favorite past times, but our room also had air conditioning if we needed it. 

After getting settled we realized it was happy hour in the lobby. Everyday from 5-6 the hotel brings out a delicious cheese and fruit platter and serves a different snack, like soup or bitterballen. We filled up our plates, poured ourselves a glass of wine from the 24 hour self service bar and sat by the fire. We had a lovely evening chatting with all the other hotel guests, it felt like we were sitting in our living room at home, among friends.  

Every evening, complimentary food is served along with various drinks.

The Perfect Start To Any Day

Our mornings were one of our favorites at Banks Mansion. Their breakfast buffet was unlike any other we’ve had at any hotel. They had a huge spread of cheeses, meats, breads and fruits. They also had an amazing hot station with crepes, eggs, omelettes and french toast. Oh, and the amazing coffee and freshly squeezed orange, yeah, delicious! We are not morning people, but we didn’t skip breakfast once.. haha! 

Location – Location – Location

As if we weren’t convinced already at how amazing Banks Mansion is, we finally stepped outside to start site seeing. We couldn’t believe how central we were. Everything was within walking distance and there was another gorgeous canal at every turn. The location is lined with fantastic restaurants and tons of shopping! 

In the heart of Amsterdam, you’re never far from the action
The morning paper with a perfect cappuccino
Witness Amsterdam’s beauty a mere few steps away from Banks Mansion

If we are ever lucky enough to be in Amsterdam in the future, we will undoubtably being staying at Banks Mansion. It’s affordable luxury with the feeling of being at home.

Next time you’re in Amsterdam, make sure you book at least one night at Banks Mansion by clicking here.

Review: The Reef by Cuisinart in Anguilla – Relaxation 101

We love Anguilla! Living in St. Maarten, Anguilla is definitely an easy and quick escape for us whenever we want to relax and live it up. Our last hop over to that gorgeous Caribbean island was in early June 2019 and we had the pleasure of staying at THE REEF by Cuisinart.

From the luxurious rooms to the delicious cocktails and food served all over the resort, The Reef knows how to pamper you. Learn more and book your next vacation here.

full review coming soon…

Review: Little America Hotel in Salt Lake City – The Royal Treatment

Hotel Little America in Salt Lake City

Checking In

Located within the business, historic and cultural center of the city, Little America Hotel offers more than 850 luxurious rooms to what, at first, seemed to be a discerning professional clientele looking to host or attend meetings and conventions. We were wrong and that’s a good thing 🙂

At first glance, the hotel is indeed the perfect place for business minded folks with its many rooms for networking and a huge lobby area and lounge where deals are clearly struck. The second glance is where we come in: Little America Hotel also offers their guests different packages such as The Getaway Package, the Romance Package and the Sunrise Package. This place is the perfect much needed getaway – for example, the romance package includes a single rose, a bottle of sparkling cider, rose petal turndown service, a platter with assorted chocolates and complimentary valet parking and it starts at $154 – click here to learn more about the many packages.

Little America Hotel SALT LAKE CITY

We drove into Salt Lake City late and had no trouble finding the Little America. The soothing voice of our GPS finally saying “You have arrived at your destination on your right, Little America Hotel“. It was just passed 9PM and we were hungry. The check in process was a breeze and took 60 seconds flat. As we gathered our luggage and were given our keycards, we casually asked about food. The front desk clerk mentioned that the Lucky H Bar & Grille’s kitchen was open until 10PM and we definitely should experience it.

Lucky H Bar & Grille

The restaurant was not busy as most patrons were now mingling and having after dinner drinks on the bar side. We both ordered the filet with some wine and an escargot appetizer.

Lucky H Bar & Grille - Hotel Little America Salt Lake City

The decor was warm and inviting and the food was delicious. We had been on the road for most of the day by that point and the whole ambiance was definitely a welcome change. Prices were reasonable and the food was on point.

The Room

Our room was located on the 17th floor and is what the hotel considers a Tower King room. The website says the room is 600 square feet but it feels more like 1200, as you can see below in our slideshow. The staff had also prepared a lovely welcome package complete with fruits, water bottles, a cheese platter and delicious cupcakes. There are plenty of outlets with USB connections in every corner. The bathroom in our room was in two parts:
1- the hamper, closet, sink, safe, mini fridge and coffee machine.
2- another sink, toilet, bathtub and shower.

  • Tower King Room at Hotel Little America in Salt Lake City
  • Tower King Room at Hotel Little America in Salt Lake City
  • Tower King Room at Hotel Little America in Salt Lake City
  • Tower King Room at Hotel Little America in Salt Lake City
  • Tower King Room at Hotel Little America in Salt Lake City
  • Tower King Room at Hotel Little America in Salt Lake City
  • Tower King Room at Hotel Little America in Salt Lake City
  • Tower King Room at Hotel Little America in Salt Lake City

The bed is as comfy as it looks and we had two very relaxing nights here (Michelle had trouble getting out of bed it was so comfortable). The view at the top of the building is one of the city and to the left, the surrounding mountains – it’s breathtakingly gorgeous.

  • Tower King Room at Hotel Little America in Salt Lake City
  • Tower King Room at Hotel Little America in Salt Lake City

The Lobby

The lobby is as welcoming as the room, with soft lighting, wood and leather couches, all with a very pronounced “outdoorsy feel” which come to think of it fits perfectly in Utah. We could only imagine ending our ski day with a coffee in hand and do our people watching comfortably seated in front of a fireplace. Now if only we skied 😉

  • Hotel Little America in Salt Lake City
  • Lobby at Hotel Little America in Salt Lake City
  • Lobby at Hotel Little America in Salt Lake City
  • Lobby at Hotel Little America in Salt Lake City

Starting at 6AM, the Coffee Shop offers a full breakfast menu complete with traditional eggs and pancakes to pastries and fresh fruits and parfaits. The prices are extremely reasonable and seating is abundant and comfortable which makes it a perfect place to start your day.

Discovering Salt Lake City and Its Surroundings

The city of Salt lake is beautiful, incredibly clean and has a “new” feel to it. We recommend parking your car at the City Creek Center Mall and walk all over from there. There are some incredible views at every corner with beautiful snow mountains nestling the city and beautiful architecture from various eras.

We also recommend you drive to the Great Salt Lake State Park (which is 35 minutes from Little America Hotel) and get those beauty shots of the lake. Primetime is 30 minutes before sunsets, trust us!

We met up with a wonderful couple, John and Tasha (and their adorable daughter Addie) who spent the afternoon with us showing us around their unforgettable city. They have a fun instagram travel account as well, check them out on Instagram and on their blog here.

  • The Great Salt Lake State Park
  • The Great Salt Lake State Park

Last Words

After spending a long week end in busy Las Vegas, being able to relax and unwind in Salt Lake City was exactly what we needed. Little America Hotel provided us with more than we could imagine. From the cloud like down pillows to the clean, modern yet elegant, classy and inviting rooms, Little America Hotel leaves nothing to her desired and should be at the top of your list of hotels to experience in Salt Lake City.

* We were invited by Hotel Little America to experience their accomodations in exchange for our honest review. If you are interested in our services, please check out the “work with us” section.

Review: Hotel Monteleone in New Orleans – The Heartbeat of a City

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A look into what it’s like to say at Hotel Monteleone

Where Above and Beyond Matters

Hotel Monteleone New Orleans
Catching some city view from atop Hotel Monteleone

The minute we stepped into Hotel Monteleone we knew it was going to be something special. Everyone greeted us with a smile and a “hello”, but not the fake kind, it felt sincere. We felt like we were taken back in time, a time where customer service mattered and going above didn’t cost extra. 

The lobby is breathtaking. The chandeliers bounce light across the room and glow over the amazing portraits hung about. The furniture has a look from a different era, but remains classic and chic (and not to forget comfortable). Check in was easy, fast and informative; we were given information about the hotel, our room and the surrounding area. 

We stayed in a lovely suite that had a king bed with more pillows than we knew what to do with! We were in love with the high ceiling and the granite and marble bathroom. We had plenty of space with so many extras we weren’t expecting (amazing bathroom products, plush bathrobes, perfect water pressure in the shower and cleanliness that was noticeable). Catching some shut eye was easy to do (a little too easy ?). 

A Look Inside

Their Famous Beignets – A Must!
Blue Crab Cake Eggs Benedict

We set a breakfast alarm everyday, something we have NEVER done on vacation before. It was the best meal of our day and something we looked forward to and consistently talked about- HA!

We tried something new everyday and weren’t disappointed once. One of the coolest things on the menu was the “eggs Benedict of the day”. They featured something different each day to spice up the usual Benedict, like short rib or blue crab. The item that stood out the most was the beignets, hands down! Everyone tells you that you HAVE to go to Cafe Du Monde to try theirs, but the Criollo Restaurant in Hotel Monteleone was a hundred times better! Trust us, we never lie about food!

Speaking of food in New Orleans, it is TO – DIE – FOR! Forget what you think you know about cajun dishes and seafood, you will be floored when those incredible flavors hit your palate. We had some of the freshest and tastiest oysters ever and the most delicious and authentic gumbo with shrimp mac n’ cheese on the side (and that was just on Seb’s plate).

You Spin Me Right Round

The Carousel Bar and Lounge was like nothing we had experienced before. We were so fortunate to spend almost two hours with Marvin, the head bartender, getting the ins and outs of not only the bar, but also the hotel.  We had a 10 to 15 minute interview scheduled, but Marvin was so full of information we didn’t even realize the hours were flying by. He told us about the founder of the hotel, Antonio Monteleone – how he had moved from Sicily in 1880 in search of the American Dream. He had an extremely successful shoe factory before coming to America and planned to continue that success in New Orleans. Antonio opened a small cobbler’s shop on Royal Street and then six years later bought a hotel down the road. The coolest thing about his story is that Hotel Monteleone is still family owned and run. It has stayed in the family this whole time, something so rare nowadays.

A building engrained in history

Marvin also told us that Hotel Monteleone is a historic landmark and a member of Historic Hotels of America (hotels that have maintained their authenticity, sense of place, and architectural integrity). We learned about all the famous authors who not only wrote about Hotel Monteleone and The Carousel Bar, but who stayed at the hotel, like Ernest Hemingway, Tennessee Williams,  William Faulkner, Anne Rice, Stephen Ambrose and John Grisham. Truman Capote even claims to have been born in Hotel Monteleone, but he actually wasn’t, his mother lived at the hotel during her pregnancy, but she made it to the hospital to give birth. In 1999, the hotel was designated an official literary landmark by the Friends of the Library Association (one of three hotels in the US to hold this honor).

Marvin continued sharing more about the Carousel Bar and Lounge, a place he has worked and called home for almost 20 years. The bar was installed in 1949 and it’s the only revolving bar in New Orleans – and a first for us. The 25-seat carousel bar turns on 2,000 large steel rollers, pulled by a chain powered by a one-quarter horsepower motor. It takes 15 minutes for the bar to complete a full circle (Watch our short video above to see the carousel in full swing).

The original carousel was renovated in 1992 with a new top and fiber optics in the ceiling to create an appearance of stars in the sky. One of our favorite things about the bar (besides the amazing drinks and the impeccable service) are the hand painted seats which the hotel commissioned Disney artists to paint. It doesn’t matter if you are sitting with a lion, tiger, elephant, zebra or monkey on the back, the amazing details and colors are stunning!

Vogue Living has named The Carousel Bar and Lounge one of the top 20 bars in the world (only nine bars in the US made the list). Vogue Living’s list was hand selected to showcase places at the forefront of the drinking scene that are as dynamic and spirited as times past. After hearing Marvin passionately speak of his cocktail recipes and the Carousel’s history, we 100% agree with Vogue’s list.

The drink list is unique and impressive. Of course you can order all your regular favorites, but we encourage you to try one of their tops 5, like the Pimm’s Cup or the French 007 or the famous Sazerac! Our passion for drinks is just as strong as our passion for food, our recommendations won’t let you down! Marvin proudly showed us his latest book – filled with cocktail recipes, anecdotes and history. It has become the perfect companion to our growing collection of spirits – Get your copy here. 😉

We loved watching Marvin in action behind the bar! It isn’t easy keeping track of drink orders while the bar is not only moving, but there are people standing 3-4 rows deep behind the seats. We got a good laugh at watching the bartenders and staff members hopping over the bar to get in and out- there’s no door! Often times guests sitting at the bar are asked to please stand to the side for a minute, and to hold their drink, because someone needs to hop in or out. The quick disturbance doesn’t bother anyone as it brings a smile to their face  to watch the staff hopping up and swinging their legs over.

We asked Marvin how he does it without crashing into anything and he replied, with a smile, “Practice makes almost perfect.” His smile may have implied his attempts over weren’t always perfect or without ending in glass shattering.. hahaha!

New Orleans’ Heart

The location of Hotel Monteleone couldn’t be more perfect. It’s in the heart of The French Quarter with valet parking and two garages. It sits at the top of Royal Street with so many shops and restaurants at its doorstep. It’s in walking distance of many New Orleans’s tourist attractions like the popular Bourbon Street, the quieter Jackson Square and French Market, and the Riverwalk (head down there to get on one of the steamboats along the Mississippi River). We couldn’t have asked to be better situated, especially as first timers to New Orleans. 

All of the Hotel Monteleone’s staff members, especially Della and Kathy from Criollo, were so kind and always up for a chat about what we had been up to and what we had planned for the day. We are huge believers in taking advice from locals on what to do and where to go, thankfully everyone was always ready with their “must dos” for us first timers. Because of them, we hit as many major spots as possible! 

We walked everywhere and never felt like we were somehow walking too much or missing out. The city of New Orleans is a vibrant one with incredible history and warm, welcoming people. Entering the various stores and boutiques, we would systematically hear a friendly “Hello, where y’all from?” which would open the exchange to interesting conversation and give us the feeling of really getting to know the city.

There is so much to do, from the voodoo cemetery and the World War II museum, to swamp airboat tours and plantation visits, you’ll need more than the four days we had to see it all.

The view from the poolside

We stayed on the 14th floor and had a beautiful view of the city and of the Mississippi catching the first sun rays every morning. Having visited New Orleans during the colder months, the pool was under renovation but we were shown the gorgeous rooftop pool complete with sun chairs and bar. The view, here again, is magnificent.

Whether your trip to New Orleans is your first or your hundredth, Hotel Monteleone is a one of a kind experience. It has the glitz and the glam of the 4 star gem that it is, but it also has the warmth and homey feel as if you were staying with family. We jokingly asked one of the staff members why everyone was so friendly and kind and his reply was, “We are treated well and respected by our employer. It’s easy to love your job, want to come to work everyday and do a good job when you’re treated properly.”

We couldn’t have said it better ourselves. Hotel Monteleone, thank you for the unforgettable time. We will be back soon for more #monteleonememories and if you would like to learn more about our stay, please visit our instagram account and watch the entire stay in our highlighted stories on New Orleans.

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* We were invited by Hotel Monteleone to experience their accomodations in exchange for our honest review. If you are interested in our services, please check out the “work with us” section.