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Digital Luxury Travel Editor and London Editor — Telegraph
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Sounds like 'O'Kelly'.'s luxury travel ed @TeleLuxTravel & London ed (@TelegraphLondon); contributing ed Ultratravel; IG @johnoceallaigh.

The Director's Guide: National Gallery Singapore — After a decade of planning and development, and an investment of some £250 million, the National Gallery Singapore has opened. The latest of a number of architecturally audacious new tourist attractions to open in Singapore, the gallery holds the world's largest public display of modern Southeast Asian art.

Bridges of the future — From a Copenhagen landmark to London's controversial Garden Bridge, the beautiful and unusual bridges that could transform cityscapes in the future

Cotswolds Party House: Churchill Manor, Chipping Norton — The House: A colossal country pile with extensive grounds, 19th-century Churchill Manor still retains a sense of intimacy and homeliness despite its grandeur. That's largely because it has been owned by the same London-based family since 1945.

Fashion designer hotels — Collaborations between fashion designers and luxury hotels, from Karl Lagerfeld's Odyssey in Monaco to Versace's daring Dubai bolthole

Dream Suite: Park Hyatt Milan Imperial Suite — The suite: The most luxurious accommodation at the Park Hyatt Milan, the Imperial Suite caters assuredly to the high-powered fashionistas so pivotal to this city's economy. Handsome, sleek and aesthetically restrained rather than slavishly en vogue or overly flamboyant, it still incorporates some frivolities.

Faena District Miami Beach revealed — The man behind Faena Hotel Buenos Aires, Argentinean entrepreneur, developer and hotelier Alan Faena is ambitious. In Miami, his latest project incorporates not just a hotel but a residential complex, shops, restaurants and public plazas and is so expansive and comprehensive that it has officially been designated a standalone district by the city.

The private plane for the mass market — America's Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) created the Light Sport Aircraft category in 2004 in an effort to make private air travel more accessible, and in so doing gave a legislative green light to developers who wished to design and build easy-to-fly and (relatively) affordable two-person airplanes.

Skreemr, the Mach 10 supersonic aircraft — Travellers who dream of flying at faster than the speed of sound could soon have the opportunity. Plans to recommence Concorde flights by 2019 are in place and now a Canadian designer has released his concept design for Skreemr, an aircraft that harnesses nascent technology to reach speeds over Mach 10.

'How I paid $300 for a $60,000 round-the-world first-class flight' — It's usually only the wealthiest of flyers who get to turn left when they board, but one resourceful American traveller has revealed how he managed to enjoy a $60,000 round-the-world trip flying first class with Dubai carrier Emirates for just $300.
Oct 30, 2015

'How I paid $300 for a $60,000 round-the-world first-class flight': Sam Huang managed to secure a $60,000 firs...

Qasr Al Sarab, Abu Dhabi's desert resort — Drive south along the E65 road from central Abu Dhabi and the city's skyscrapers will quickly give way to squat rows of whitewashed apartment blocks and then, abruptly, seemingly ceaselessly, a bald expanse of custard-coloured sand.
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Nov 25, 2015

RT @markcoflaherty: What is it with travel PRs asking journalists via email for in-depth unpaid market research/consultancy about their clients brand? Get bent.

Nov 21, 2015

Part of the immense - 820sq metres! - penthouse suite at parkhyattvienna. It looks incredible band…

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