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The ultimate guide to every major destination, for the elite traveler. Join us as we tour the world’s best hotels, the finest restaurants and all of the world’s leading luxury travel offerings.

The Hotel With Five Michelin Stars Championing Sustainable Cuisine

By Lauren Hill

Holding an impressive five Michelin stars between its three restaurants, Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris is justifiably lauded for its cuisine. The first luxury hotel in Europe to have three different Michelin-starred restaurants, it is one of Paris’s great draws for gastronomes who want to experience the city’s fine dining scene. Now, the hotel is offering an even more […]

Spa of the Week: Sense, A Rosewood Spa

By Olivia Cuccaro

When we think of a luxury escape, sun (and plenty of it) is a key checklist item for many a vacationer. But what about the moon? The sun’s nighttime counterpart has been looked to for centuries as a source of healing and energy, and in central San Miguel, Rosewood San Miguel de Allende is incorporating these ancient beliefs into treatments […]

Where to Watch Super Bowl LII

By Olivia Cuccaro

On Sunday, the Philadelphia Eagles face off against the New England Patriots at Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis. If you can’t catch a flight to Minnesota to see the action for yourself (or simply don’t want to brave the Midwestern winter), we’ve put together a list of the best places to watch the Super Bowl in two other major US […]

The World’s Most Romantic Restaurants

By Lauren Hill

We’ve delved into the dining scene of cities and extraordinarily scenic locations across the globe to bring you our selection of the world’s most romantic restaurants, each of which stands out for its ambiance and gastronomy. Lycabettus Restaurant SANTORINI, GREECE The Greek island that’s so often associated with romance, Santorini draws loved up couples from across the globe for its […]

Grand Velas Los Cabos Appoints Celebrated Mixologist

Mexico’s AAA Five Diamond resort Grand Velas Los Cabos has long been considered a privileged place to sip hand-crafted cocktails with a view over the ocean, but now the luxury hotel is elevating the experience guests have here by appointing the spirits expert Nestor Daniel Can Jones as its head mixologist. Drawing on more than 18 years of experience in […]

Spa of the Week: Zemi Thai House Anguilla

By Olivia Cuccaro

As the Caribbean begins to heal in the wake of fall’s devastating hurricanes, Anguilla is slowly being restored to its former glory as a serene island paradise. Tucked into Shoal Bay Beach, the luxurious Zemi Beach House Hotel & Spa will welcome guests to relax and renew on Anguilla’s shores once again beginning February 15, 2018. What was once an […]

Explore Australian Wildlife with these 7 Adventures

For the best encounters with Australia’s diverse wildlife, set out on these seven adventures. Each place is home to amazing wildlife encounters and some of the most unique landscapes and experiences in Australia. Kangaroo Island, South Australia In its isolated position off the coast of South Australia, Kangaroo Island is one of the nation’s most wildlife-rich locations. The island is […]

Luxury Guide to Australia’s Best Sporting Events

Cementing its place as one of the biggest hitters in the world of sports, Australia plays host to a number of major sporting events, from sailing regattas and surfing to Formula One. We take a look at some of Australia’s greatest sporting events and the best way to experience them. MELBOURNE Go there for… Melbourne Cup Carnival As the most […]

A Taste of Australia: The Complete Guide to Aussie Cuisine

Bringing together the nation’s wide array of natural produce from both land and sea, Australia has established its own unique culinary identity by adapting diverse international influences. From the country’s cosmopolitan cities to its islands, chefs are championing local dishes and ingredients, making each corner of the nation a culinary destination in its own right. Set out on a discovery […]

Exploring Australia’s Wine Regions

Australia’s first successful production of wine dates back to 1791 grown in an area of Sydney that’s now known as Macquarie Street. These days you’ll find an array of varietals—more than 100, in fact—produced across the country that range from Old to New World and approachable to gutsy. The diversity of climates and terroir help, but the key ingredient to […]