Hotel Reviews

Flight hacks covers the latest travel and aviation news, promotions and more from around the world with special attention to australian travelers.


72/ 100

Our rating

Tom Goward | 09/05/2022

Aiden Sydney Darling Harbour Review

16/ 20 Location & Cost
16/ 20 Hotel Design
15/ 20 Room Design
12/ 20 Service & Facilities
13/ 20 Food & Beverage

Aiden Sydney Darling Harbour is the perfect Art Deco base camp for business and leisure travellers alike. Quality inclusions and digital connection combine with bespoke native murals in every room, while crafted cocktails await in Wayfarer’s Bar & Cafe. This boutique hotel is one to keep on your radar when planning a short city break in Sydney.


77/ 100

Our rating

Immanuel Debeer | 26/04/2022

Hotel Review: The Ritz-Carlton Maldives, Fari Islands

The Ritz Carlton Fari Islands is one of the newest Marriott branded properties to open in the Maldives, making it the perfect "luxury target" for points and loyalty enthusiasts like myself. After having to postpone a visit due to The Australian border closure, I finally decided to make a speculative booking for March 2022.


81/ 100

Our rating

Tom Goward | 18/01/2022

Hilton Melbourne Little Queen Street Review

Hilton Melbourne Little Queen Street is a unique hotel that is well worth a night or two on your next visit to Melbourne. The heritage-listed building has been beautifully restored in common areas, while rooms are modern and practical. It’s just unfortunate that the base room price is comparably poor, especially with no club lounge to offset the cost.


82/ 100

Our rating

Tom Goward | 13/07/2021

Movenpick Hobart Hotel Review

Movenpick Hobart is a great option for a short stay in Hobart, offering stylish accommodation just moments from shopping and attractions


89/ 100

Our rating

Immanuel Debeer | 12/07/2021

Park Hyatt Auckland Review - Waterfront Luxury Hotel Suite

The Park Hyatt Auckland has been highly anticipated for some time. Now finally open, the hotel offers luxury accommodation right on the water and a stone's throw from Auckland CBD.