The Travel Bible
1. It feels bad to overpay…
It is far easier to overlook shortcomings on a “deal” than it is to forgive expensive ones. Price and value go hand in hand with different expectations for a $250 room V/S a $950 room…you get the picture.
2. We can’t always wear ball gowns and tuxedos…
We review luxury, but there are definitely experiences worth a stop. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!
3. We all make mistakes…
We’re human, mistakes happen, we get it. When service goes wrong, we notice, but when recovery goes right – WE REALLY NOTICE!
4. The Renée Review
My travel blog –
In the works – an algorithm to award a 1-3 suitcase rating for execution, service and presentation, commensurate with price-value, using a list of objective criteria. In the end, it will reflect the following:
– Truly Memorable
– Exceeds Expectations
– Meets Expectations