3 unique locations for the perfect spring break

3 unique locations for the perfect spring break

From the team of Boutique Travel Blog, three very different suggestions for a great holiday this spring. Hunt the Northern Lights, explore Catalunya or unwind on the Mayan Riviera Which would be your perfect spring break?

Sustainable driving with Toyota, Prius Plug-in Hybrid Review

Sustainable driving with Toyota, Prius Plug-in Hybrid Review

She’s sleek, she’s stylish……and, most importantly of all, she’s sustainable. ‘She’ is Toyota’s newest, state-of-the-art Prius Plug-in Hybrid car, and earlier this year I was given the opportunity to drive her on a 1-day #50kmRoadTrip through the coastal and...

Gran Melia Tenerife – the boutique Red Level

Gran Melia Tenerife – the boutique Red Level

When I think about a holiday to Tenerife, the first thoughts that spring to mind are not – peaceful, luxury, relaxing and boutique. Yet at the Gran Melia Palacio de Isora this does indeed exist, within its rarified, adults only ‘Red Level’.

Review: Gar Anat Hotel Boutique, Granada

Review: Gar Anat Hotel Boutique, Granada

Granada, university city, home to the incredible Alhambra and the lovely Moorish Albaycin district finds The Gar Anat Hotel Boutique well-located between the city centre and the gorgeous old town. A small 17th-century palace once offering shelter to the peregrines or...

Top Five Reasons to Visit Formentera

Top Five Reasons to Visit Formentera

When we think of Spain’s Balearic Islands, Ibiza and Mallorca come immediately to mind. Yet it’s time the spotlight shone on Formentera; a little slice of off-the-beaten-track heaven and only a mere 20 minutes from Ibiza. You'll find a great range of accommodation...

The unique and historic Mercer Hotel Barcelona, Spain

The unique and historic Mercer Hotel Barcelona, Spain

Located in the heart of the Gothic Quarter and with just 28 rooms, the Mercer Hotel Barcelona is a unique establishment in a restored heritage building of tremendous historical value to the city. Parts of the building dates back to the 1st century AD, including a portion of the Roman wall of ancient Barcino, whilst other parts date back to the middle ages.