Pardon the sensationalist headline, but I actually don’t hate anything. There’s enough hate in the world–and I don’t intend to contribute more to it through today’s blog post. Having said that, luxury traveling can be great–but it’s not as great as many people think. Like anything else, there are pros and cons.
Let’s start with the pros.
When traveling in Thailand, I was fortunate enough to stay at a number of Four Seasons properties. From the Four Seasons in Bangkok to Chang Mai to Golden Triangle, the hotels all offered uniquely magnificent experiences. From the carefully selected flower arrangements to breathtaking architecture to world-class dining, every detail was given thought and consideration.
Moreover, despite being in Southeast Asia, the staff was fluent in English. Whether it was getting my clothes laundered, ordering lunch or calling a taxi, communicating with the hotel’s employees was a non-issue. This made traveling Thailand much easier, and a lot less stressful.