Accor’s La Vie online magazine has reached a significant milestone with the fourth, and latest, issue marking one year since launch.
The latest issue of La Vie features an interview with one of Australia’s favourite television personalities, Network Seven presenter and sports nut Matt White. He elaborates on his already-lengthy career in television, and talks about the pleasures of travelling with his family and visiting his favourite spot in the whole world (hint: it’s in Italy).
With the reinvigoration and makeover of The Sebel chain of hotels (which form part of Accor) comes a story on what makes The Sebel one of Australia’s favourite hotel names. There’s also a regular section on what other hotels in the Accor network have undergone a rejuvenation in recent months, often with several million dollars spent to modernise and improve amenities.
Stuck for ideas about where to make merry this summer season? La Vie brings you some of the best hotel bars in the country and offers some pointers about where to take your loved one for a romantic city break.
As usual, the site uses fantastic imagery throughout, and no more so than in the story ‘Exotic India’. Regular contributor Brian Johnston knows what makes India so appealing to travellers—and the photos bring his story to life. Is there a place quite conducive to jaw-dropping travel imagery as the world’s second most populous country?
Plus, there’s a regular section on some of the best events to see this summer season, including the ‘Designing 007’ exhibition currently on show at the Melbourne Museum. Who could pass up the chance to see Scaramanga’s golden gun from The Man with the Golden Gun, or Jaws’ awesome chompers from The Spy Who Loved Me?
The online mag goes from strength to strength, bringing engaging and interesting stories to Accor Advantage Plus members, and reminding them of the many benefits to be had by being an Accor Advantage Plus member.
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