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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.

Nine reasons why Singapore's Changi could be the world's best airport — Voted the world's best airport in the Telegraph's 2014 Ultratravel Awards, Singapore's Changi has a reputation for innovation and regularly snaps up plaudits. Its world-beating standing looks set to continue following the announcement that the airport grounds will soon house a futuristic attraction called Jewel.

The world's best rooftop bars

Chedi Andermatt Furka Suite: review — One of the two reasons the new Furka Suite, the premier suite at the recently opened Chedi Andermatt resort in the Swiss Alps, feels so much like a home is because it is one. Modelled on a Swiss chalet, it was bought by a foreign family to serve as their Swiss residence, but as they're usually elsewhere it is often available for hire to hotel guests.

Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa Galway, Ireland: review — Everyone's welcome here. Stroll through the lobby and you might encounter families in robes and slippers, en route to the pool and spa, an assembly of Germans already in hiking gear, an excitable hen party or American tour groups eager to retrace their roots. More Telegraph Travel hotel reviews

European Hotel Design Awards winners

Something Special: Northern Lights from Finland's glass igloos — Travellers who have long dreamed of seeing the Northern Lights but are less enthused about spending hours exposed to subzero temperatures will soon be able to observe the phenomenon from a new collection of glass-topped igloos in Finnish Lapland.

Incredible restaurant interiors

Four Seasons Florence: Renaissance Suite review — The details: For jaded travellers who have had their fill of modern hotel rooms, the Four Seasons Florence's 11 speciality suites should serve as something of a revelation. Each holds distinctive and exceptional historical artworks or features, be they original frescoes, friezes or bas-reliefs; far from cookie-cutter interiors; expect to find idiosyncrasies throughout.

London Garden Bridge: access denied? — When construction of London's Garden Bridge was suggested over a year ago, its most vocal supporter Joanna Lumley suggested the Thomas Heatherwick-designed structure would provide a "safe and swift way for the weary commuter to make his way back over the Thames" as well as a tranquil space for visitors to dawdle and "where the only sounds will be birdsong and bees buzzing and the wind in the trees".

The world’s coolest passport? — Expect Norwegian travellers to cut a dash as they travel across the globe. While EU citizens' passports are coloured an inoffensive but indistinct burgundy, the Scandinavian nation's new passports are distinctly finished in white, turquoise or red - and contain a surprising feature that should brighten up proceedings for passport controllers the world over.
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Dec 16, 2014

@monisha_rajesh @markcoflaherty Exactly. It takes less time to find the content online than it does to email me a request for it...

Dec 16, 2014

@BrianNolan1974 It can be rather irritating. I publish so much content so constantly getting these requests can be tiresome...

Dec 16, 2014

Always get a bit sad when travel PRs ask me to mail links to articles at the top of @TeleLuxTravel. Clearly they're not fans of the site...

Dec 15, 2014

@markcoflaherty Maybe you could borrow that coat from Faviken? Let's put it on the winter 2015/2016 list.

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