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Ponant je t’aime

Ponant je t’aime

As first published in SLOW Magazine, July 2018 issue. Click here to view the article in the magazine.   By BRIAN BERKMAN Think nautical stripe and you’re thinking French Navy in general and Breton in particular. There should be 21, blue and white horizontal stripes […]

Icon of Cape Town hospitality

Icon of Cape Town hospitality

As first published on TripReporter.co.uk. Click here to read:   By BRIAN BERKMAN Like any grande dame, nips and tucks over the years have substantially altered this 198-key luxury hotel but the 119 year-old Cape Town, South African institution, the pink-hued Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel, […]

A Sandton business hotel stay that won’t leave you feeling blue.

A Sandton business hotel stay that won’t leave you feeling blue.

As published on BizCommunity.com, the biggest business to business news portal with 464 000 global readers. Click here to read: By BRIAN BERKMAN Where to stay in the Sandton area really depends on why you are there. While Sandton is an ever-changing landscape with buildings […]

Where to stay in Sandton while on business.

Where to stay in Sandton while on business.

As first published in the June 2018 issue of Premier Magazine  Where to stay in the Sandton area really depends on why you are there. While Sandton is an ever-changing landscape with buildings and road works falling and rising like a yo-yo, that it remains […]

The Silo Hotel, Cape Town.

The Silo Hotel, Cape Town.

I’m thrilled to be contributing to UK luxury travel site TripReporter and being in such fine company. Read about why The Silo Hotel in Cape Town is so special. https://www.facebook.com/RoyalPortfolio @Royal_Portfolio, @theroyalportfoli, @trippyreporter https://tripreporter.co.uk/the-silo-hotel-cape-town/

Madeira: All the highs, none of the lows.

Madeira: All the highs, none of the lows.

First published in Sawubona Magazine, May 2018 issue. Luxury travel writer BRIAN BERKMAN (@BrianBerkmanZA) explored Madeira’s glorious ups and downs. All the highs without the lows Of the 300, 000 or so Portugese people in South Africa, I’d bet the majority descend from a little […]