Susan D’Arcy has been writing for the Sunday Times for over 20 years, about luxurious spas and travel. As a spa expert she enjoys sharing her tips and insights about the best therapists, spas and treatments, on her very informative, yet entertaining blog, Spa Confidential.
Francisca Kellett Francisca Kellett is a freelance travel writer and editor. Having worked as the Digital Travel Editor for The Daily Telegraph, and as the Travel Editor at TATLER magazine, she now contributes to a number of publications, including the FT, The Daily Telegraph, House & Garden, National Geographic Traveller, and The Times, where she writes the philanthropy column for LUXX Magazine. Francisca is also the co-founder of Mundi & Co, a creative content agency for luxury travel brands.
Juliet Kinsman is an established freelance journalist and broadcaster, with a unique understanding of sustainable luxury travel. She created BOUTECO to celebrate the design-led properties with the biggest hearts and she works with hotels to help them tell their inspiring stories of positive impact. Founding editor of Mr & Mrs Smith, she is a renowned hotel expert and speaker who sits on the judging panel for many travel awards, and she has just produced a documentary, Changing Worlds in the Atlas Mountains, to convey the importance of educating girls in remote rural areas.
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