We’d like to thank our patrons. Without their support, the irreverence and editorial independence of The Prodigal Guide would not be possible.
We’ve forged close working relationships with each of them because we share their values and admire their products.
We think you will too.
If you represent a brand and are interesting in working with us, why not find out more about becoming a patron?
Park Inn is a fresh and energetic mid-market hotel brand offering friendly and welcoming hospitality at a competitive price. It focuses on what really matters: comfortable beds, spotlessly clean rooms, service with a smile and a hassle-free experience. More than 100 hotels across Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), and North America boast key amenities, colourful and contemporary interiors and innovative restaurants, so guests can enjoy the best experience in town – every time.
August 2011: Patrons of a post in our travel section
Vintage Seekers is a unique online platform dedicated to original 20th century design and collectibles. Inspired by the authenticity, style and integrity of products that have stood the test of time, the Vintage Seekers team has carefully curated a lifestyle collection that brings together the best examples of design, fashion, motoring, watches, wine and memorabilia.
As well as original pieces to buy, Vintage Seekers’ online magazine provides context with reviews, buyers’ guides, news, an international events calendar and high profile interviews.
June 2011 – May 2012: patrons of our watches section.
A British company which designs and manufactures stylish, innovative and practical luggage. Its patented anti-gravity handle puts 85% of the weight of a case onto the wheels and away from your body so there is less strain on your arms, shoulders and back making a bag feel very light to pull. It comes with a Live Locator ID to help you locate your bag in the event of loss. It has designed the world’s first power-assisted luggage with motors built into the wheels to assist when going up inclines, kerbs or along rough terrain. Sensors are fitted into the handle and detect when the user is struggling and a re-chargeable battery powers the motors in the wheels. Live Luggage…because the world is not flat.
March 2011 – May 2012: patrons of our travel section.