Luxury travel blogs are very numerous on the web, it can be sometimes difficult to find reliable and personal content from authors who really travel and visit what they are reviewing. We decided to highlight here our selection of best travel blogs in which we trust and that will allow you to discover plenty of stunning places.
This is our best travel blogs selection for 2014, for each of them you can read few words about their purpose and author(s). The list is completely “open”, it means we will may add new travel blogs throughout the year if we have a crush for them! As well, do not hesitate to recommend us a blog you are used to follow through our Contact page.
The Luxury Editor has been borne out of the desire to build an online society for discerning travellers; those who seek out stylish places, indulgent experiences and have an affiliation with the new and the different. TLE and its contributors travel the world to find those hidden gems; undiscovered destinations, boutique hotels, hip bars and restaurants, adrenaline fuelled activities or the ultimate in chill out and relaxation. Their blog is very clean and you can retrieve more or less the same philosophy than The Luxe Insider in their way of reviewing hotels. We like it.
TLE managers are from United Kingdom (Scotland): Ross Fraser, who is more specialized in Asian countries and has a successful career in the travel marketing industry and works with best luxury travel market names since 10+ years, and Chrystal Webster, who has been the brains behind the online marketing strategies of a number of the UKs biggest travel brands and who focus on Europe for TLE.
The Midlife Road Trip is an unscripted, organic, reality-based food, travel and adventure series focusing on the experiences of polar opposite travel experts Rick Griffin & Sandi McKenna. Rick is a southerner with a thirst for adventure while Sandi is a northerner who leans towards leisure. They provide two totally different perspectives on what to see, do and eat in each particular destination along their journey. What we especially like on their blog is the “jovial tone” of their articles and how it is contagious.
Rick Griffin is the founder and co-host of Midlife Road Trip, he started in 2004 to pursue his creative passions in travel, writing and videos. In 2012, he was listed as #1 on Reuters list of the Top 10 Travel Experts on Twitter. Sandi McKenna is the other co-host of that blog bringing an experience of 20+ years in Marketing and Public Relations, a love of connecting people everywhere and a high propensity to enjoy life. Both are from US.[/column]
Poshbrood is a hip and chic upscale travel website about luxury family-friendly hotels, resorts, villas, cottages and inns, mostly in US. It has been launched in October 2010 by a national travel writer and mom of three little girls, Elizabeth Thorp. Poshbrood is quickly becoming a leading travel site for parents in the U.S. and it’s easy to understand why: I never seen any luxury travel blog family-oriented, it’s a fantastic added value! Perception of things and the overall vision is slightly different and of course, touches directly the heart of any mom.
Elizabeth has published travel stories in Washingtonian Magazine, Huffington Post, Capitol File Magazine and Momlogic.com and had amassed a ginormous folder of fantastic family hotels, resorts and villas along the way. Some savvy girlfriends suggested corralling the family travel findings in one spot et voila! Poshbrood was born.
A Taste of Travel is THE blog of our selection for those loving finest destinations and good eating. This clean and well pictured website shows chic and authentic places with the desire to reveal their secrets and hidden jewels, far away from any bling-bling matters. A very readable blog that will enables you to find unexpected things for your next travel.
Jenny Freedman is the author of that travel blog, she brings her soul in it, she has always been a great traveler and even worked as travel agent during 10 years. She focuses her trips mainly on big cities – with a leaning towards Italy – and you can find reviews about interesting spots in Europe, US, India, Sri Lanka, Africa… Have a look and enjoy![/column]
Amy West Travel the Blog is an entertainment blog designed to showcase the best in Travel and Lifestyle destinations through reviews, articles and even a TV show “Like Love Want Need”. Her writing is chic, elegant and worth the visit so for sure you should add it to your favorites as one of best travel blogs!
This blog has been created by Amy West a travel and lifestyle expert based in Florida who writes for USA Today’s 10Best.com and regularly appears as a guest on several media outlets including WJXT News 4 Jax Morning show, WJCT NPR Radio show “First Coast Connect”, and Jacksonville Moms Blog. Amy has also been seen in Jacksonville Magazine, Florida Travel and Life, and American Baby magazine. Well, she is not a beginner![/column] [/columns_row]
Different Doors is about Charles & Revati’s experience travelling around the world. They want to find a way to make your travel better by sharing things they’ve learned, telling you about things you may not find in a guide book or even giving you tips on finding great deals. And this is clearly the strenght of that blog: you have plenty of tips in all their articles which make them unique and personal.
Authors are from Mumbai, India, and believe in travelling close to the ground, not signing up for travel tours, diving into research, finding rarely visited secrets, experimenting with food, learning a little of the local cuisine and travelling slow. Their trips are an attempt at combining three of their common passions: cooking, photography and the joy of discovery. Ready for checking out their last stays? Go![/column] [/columns_row]
Inviato Travel is a travel blog born from its author idea – Jackie Cittone Magid – to highlight new places worldwide with tips and recommendations like a vehicle to share unbiased reviews of unique and wonderful destinations with people who are equally excited about the discovery of the next trip as she is.
Jackie Cittone Magid is from New York and has been fortunate to have been employed in the travel industry for over 20 years (at such fun places as American Express, Zagat Survey and Leading Hotels of the World) which has enabled her to travel to and learn about some intriguing places.[/column]
Holy Smithereens is a luxury travel blog with a penchant for adventure. It seeks to find that“Holy Smithereens!“- inducing moment in every travel. In other words, it fits those who indulge in luxury travel and comfort, but will also be up at the call of a good adventure. What we especially like in that blog is how reviews are deeply commented and argued by the author and how pictures are well staged and completely personal. It is for sure part of our top 3 best travel blogs!
Taking along over 10 years experience in the travel industry and 8 years of blogging, Jean Carmela Lim is the main voice behind Holy Smithereens. Her love for travel started in 1985 when her parents took her to Hong Kong for a holiday, she has since then developed an addiction to travel and history, and pursued a degree in Asian Studies.[/column] [/columns_row]
Qosy is a luxury lifestyle website created by people passionate about the little touches that separate good things from great things. Their aim is to inspire and inform their readers by shining the spotlight onto the finer things in life. And we believe it’s successful: when you go on Qosy homepage, you are immediately captivated and want to see more ; that’s a key point for us and that’s why we wanted to highlight them on our best travel blogs selection for 2014.
Qosy is co-founded by Aisha Kellaway and Marcus Taylor, and is managed by award-winning marketing agency, Venture Harbour.[/column] [/columns_row]