What’s the Best Use of 20,000 AAdvantage Miles?

I've previously outlined certain circumstances where using 20,000 or less United Mileage Plus miles could be better than booking with cash. I'll recap again here: – Booking Costly Last Minute Travel – Booking Not So Last Minute Travel but Travel Still Costly – That Mileage Run You Booked Several Months Back but Took a Bump […] Read on →

Doubletree by Hilton Kuala Lumpur Review

Introduction (Rate, Brand) The Doubletree by Hilton Kuala Lumpur is a new gem in the Hilton award chart. It requires 10,000 points or 4,000 points and 106 MYR ($35.50) a night. Kuala Lumpur is a very competitive hotel market where even the Ritz Carlton often has packages for under $150. But I'm a Hilton Diamond […] Read on →

PlasticJungle shutting down

PlasticJungle just announced the closure of their site: The team at Plastic Jungle would like to thank you for your participation in our gift card programs over the past seven years. Since 2006, Plastic Jungle has been a leader in providing you with great deals on gift cards in a secure marketplace. As our business […] Read on →

Conrad Koh Samui Hotel Review

The Conrad Koh Samui was one of THE default choices to redeem your Hilton Honors rewards points before the recent Hilton Honors devaluation. Rates on hilton.com hover around $850 – $1,200 for the property depending on the season. I'm not sure if enough people pay these rates or if they sell for less through tour […] Read on →

Looking for bloggers here at MightyTravels

We have relaunched mightytravels.com 2 weeks ago and it's already enjoying a healthy audience of 10,000 visitors so far. We are now looking for more bloggers to join the team. You will be able to select from a range of topics: – destinations – current deals – rewards credit cards and the best usage – […] Read on →

How to get a free domestic flight with JetAirways’ JetPrivilege

Introduction to JetAirways' JetPrivilege JetAirways has a much underrated frequent flyer program called JetPrivilege. I believe it is underrated because it has a wide array of partners and generous 'hidden' award chart for short-haul flights. The airline partners with major airline partners from Star Alliance and oneworld and several non-aligned airlines: Air France American Airlines […] Read on →

Things to do in Reykjavik, Iceland and around

Reykjavik is a small intimate city surrounded by breathtaking landscape. It is the launch point for nature, nightlife, and health & wellness activities. It was also named UNESCO City of Literature because it boasts an outstanding collection of medieval literature covering its heritage in the form of the Icelandic Sagas, the Edda and Íslendingabók. – […] Read on →

Farewell Conrad Koh Samui…

I just finished my stay at the Conrad Koh Samui and I'm very impressed by that property. The main theme there are the views, the views and the views. It seems both investors and architects were obsessed with them and privacy. I'll have a full review with many pictures coming up soon. In the meantime […] Read on →

Where to Stay in Reykjavik, Iceland

To stay in Reykjavik using points, you've got the option of either burning Hilton HHonors points or Club Carlson Gold points. 1. Hilton Reykjavik Nordica The Hilton is a category 7 and standard rooms here start at 40,000 points. Category 7s range from 30,000-60,000. This Hilton is located in the financial district but offers a […] Read on →

How to get to Reykjavik, Iceland using Miles

christine zenino Iceland is a country sprinkled with diverse landscape, breathtaking natural phenomena and a rich, lively culture. Despite its name, Iceland is not all ice. It's actually green and offers a wide range of outdoor activities in such varied settings. Lava fields, fjords, geysers, hot springs, and waterfalls make up its varied topography and […] Read on →