Lucky Farrah Chaudhry lands jet-setting job of a lifetime
BRUMMIE Farrah Chaudhry will become a jet setter with a difference this month as she embarks on a trip of a lifetime in search of the world’s best hotel!
The 29-year-old beat over 100 applicants to land the coveted role of Hotel Inspector for online travel company e-bookers.
In just a few days time lucky Farah will begin a three-week, 35,000 mile trip of a lifetime in which she will take in four continents and 11 countries, reviewing different lodgings in her quest to find the World’s best hotel.
Not surprisingly it’s a job, Farrah describes as a “dream”.
The 29-year-old trainer from Birmingham is already a seasoned traveller having spent two years living in Islamabad as a teen, as well as ending up in Singapore for a playwriting exchange project.
But nothing will compare to her new jet setting adventure.
On her trip, Farrah will be rating beach huts in Penang, luxury lodgings in Dubai and business bases in Paris, as well as hotels in New York, Cape Town, Las Vegas and Bangkok to name a few.
Along the way, Farrah will be blogging and tweeting about her experiences, allowing the public to be a part of her adventure.
“When I saw the job advertised I just knew that I had to apply as it really is a dream position for me,” an excited Farrah said.
“I have a real passion for both hotels and writing and to combine them both in a professional role is really exciting for me.
“I know that it is going to be a testing few weeks as I am visiting a number of hotels and countries in a relatively short period of time, but I can’t wait to start reviewing the hotels. It doesn’t matter whether it is a three star or a five star accommodation, I will be weighing up the pros and cons and going the extra mile to give ebookers customers an unbiased and informed review of each and every lodging.
“Be sure to follow me on the blog and of course, if you have any suggestions for where I can visit on the trip, send me a tweet!” she added.
Steven Rice, Head off Offline Marketing for ebookers UK, France and Ireland added: “Choosing the right hotel, be it for business or pleasure, can be a difficult and stressful job. So with this in mind we wanted to employ someone to determine objectively and frankly which one truly is the World’s ultimate hotel, based on a strict set of criteria. It’s a tough job but somebody has to do it and unfortunately we can’t all go so we’ll have to let Farrah do it for us. We’re all looking forward to reading her reviews along the way and uncovering the quirks and qualities of different hotels around the globe.”
Log onto http://www.ebookers.com/travel-blog/ to follow Farrah on her business trip!