New Website Offers Luxury Travel Insights to Visitors

Boca Raton, FL – It started with a travel calamity: After months of planning a birthday trip to an exotic locale across the planet, they discovered the “paradise” destination was a disaster. Once there, they found themselves trapped in an overpriced storm ravaged island, where surly staff reined supreme secure in the knowledge that guests, required to prepay for their accommodations, had few choices. When they returned home to Florida, the travelers decided to share their experiences with other luxury and comfort oriented tourists and travelers in the hope of sheltering them similar disappointments. That was how the Simon & Baker Travel Review, was established. The Review publishes first hand impressions, opinions and insights on top quality destinations, accommodations, restaurants, travel products and attractions.

Before heading out on their vacation, they read books, searched the Internet for information on their destination, and booked through a highly reputable travel agency. If they had known more about where they were traveling, they would have avoided spending thousands of dollars and precious vacation time only to be disappointed.

“Americans have different luxury standards than other travelers. At the same time, international luxury standards vary widely. As experienced international travelers we share an American perspective with our readers,” said Baker. “We research the destinations, properties, restaurants, travel products, and attractions to have a good time ourselves; then we share our findings on the website,” said Simon.

Featured reviews include exotic locales such as the Okavango Delta in Botswana, and Songwe Village in Zambia; and more familiar destinations like Paris, France; Miami, Florida; Johannesburg and Cape Town, South Africa; the Bahamas; and Sydney, Australia. There are also gourmet restaurants such as Picasso in Las Vegas, Alain Ducasse in New York, and Le Cinq, Arpege, and Le Grand Vefour in Paris. Travel related products include the safari friendly Transporter 90 for men, SassyBax intimate apparel for women, Vonage and Iridium satellite service for pleasure and business travel.
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