- Food and wine,
- romantic getaways
Always finding the most unique experiences, eating the best foods and checking dreams off my list!
My travel style
I travel for the food. I love to plan a mix of luxury and budget on my trips, whether it's the best street pizza cart or a Michelin-starred restaurant. Mixing the high and low is what I'm best at. I seek out unique experiences like "Dinner in the Sky" in Athens and night sledding in Switzerland. I always ask myself, ‘what will I really remember years from now from this trip?' and use those ideas as a drive to curate the most memorable experiences.
Hôtel Malte Astotel
In the Opera District, walking distance to the Louvre, expect petite and well-priced rooms and a generous breakfast spread.
An Art-Nouveau gem overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea, with just 11 rooms and tranquil gardens.
Idyllic designer digs above Elia Beach, with a poolside restaurant, oversized suites and unmatched Aegean Sea views.
Recently returned from:
London – Five Michelin-star restaurants in five days.
Relaxing with gelato dripping down my arm in the Amalfi Coast.
Four weeks of honeymoon bliss in Ireland, Venice, Paris and Greece.
What’s one thing you can’t travel without?
A noise machine.
Two truths, one lie:
I'm studying to be a sommelier to better enjoy wines across the world.
I had a small elopement wedding in Ireland.
I fell off a cruise ship tender boat.
Get in touch with Kelsey
Reach out to customize and book your own experience. Or, just to chat about travel in general.