Author: Naomi Rheinberger

Naomi Rheinberger is a professional hotel stayer and skincare guinea pig who makes a living from talking and writing.

Canberra is still one of Australia’s greatest weekends away: a 48-hour guide to our nation’s capital

Canberra is the most underrated state in Australia. Bold statement, I know. But if you haven’t visited the land of the politicians since your year six excursion to Questacon, it’s time to dust off the nostalgia, shine up the tyres and commence operation Capital. Here’s a quick list of must-dos if you’ve got 48 hours…

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Kid Kyoto is still one of Sydney’s most charming Japanese dining experiences

Kid Kyoto is like your trendy cousin. You envy their effortless style and try to imitate their endearing nature, but no matter how hard you attempt to recreate their swagger, it just isn’t right. These are my favourite types of dining experiences – the ones you genuinely can’t replicate at home. As I walked Bridge…

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Surry Hills’ legendary Vasco rolls into a new era with a refreshed food and drink menu

Since 2012, Vasco has been slapped with legendary status on Surry Hills’ Cleveland Street, stuck at the forefront of the kinetic strip amongst neighbourhood gems like The Norfolk, Brickfields, and Mjolner. That’s ten years of serving as the grungy neighbourhood cocktail bar, with renown for slinging some of the area’s best concoctions backed by a…

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A King Room at Hyatt Centric

Hotel Review: Hyatt Centric, Melbourne – A true reflection of the city’s vibrancy

In a semi post-pandemic world, scratching even the tiniest travel itch serves serious relief. However, my latest hotel stay went beyond such relief… I’m talking euphoric non-stop eye-rolling action. Allow me to indulge you in paradise on Melbourne’s Downie Street, Hyatt Centric. I’ll start with standard housekeeping: 277 rooms, 25 floors, indoor pool, a gym,…

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