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Entrepreneur Henry Stimler Talks Jezebel, Kosher Dining & His Love For NYC

Feb 15, 2013  |   Contributor: Kimberly Fisher

JustLuxe sat down with dashing man-about-town, Henry Stimler in the midst of a chaotic week. For those that do not know of the charismatic Brit, Stimler’s history started as a wee lad who was born, raised and schooled in London. He soon left for Israel where he spent two years, working briefly at the international trading and mining company, Glencore, before... Read More

Nobu Hotel Las Vegas Opens Its Doors

Feb 15, 2013  |   Contributor: Sally Farris

For almost 20 years Nobu Matsuhisa has been a name associated with luxury dining. Now the restaurant mogul is attaching his honored name to the first-ever celebrity chef-branded hotel in Las Vegas. The Nobu Hotel accepted its first guests February 4th, following extensive ribbon-cutting... Read More

Travel to Rio de Janeiro for a First-Ever Offering from Crystal Cruises

Feb 14, 2013  |   Contributor: Sally Farris

Crystal Cruises, a favorite luxury cruise line for many discerning travelers, is now offering yet another one-of-a-kind adventure. These Boutique Adventures are a way to expose Crystal passengers to exclusive cultural experiences that the ports-of-call have to offer.... Read More

Global Treasures Find a Home Inside The French Quarter's M.S. Rau Antiques

Feb 14, 2013  |   Contributor: Sally Farris

M.S. Rau Antiques, which first opened in 1912, is setting people apart in the New Orleans area and the world over with their unique luxury antiques. The quality antiques include masterpieces by Van Gogh, Renoir, and the Father of... Read More

The Regent Grand Resort Offers Some Killer Views of Crystal Clear Caribbean Waters

Feb 8, 2013  |   Contributor: Tim Cotroneo

The best hotel properties know how to greet their guests with the “wow” factor. The Regent Grand Resort, located on the Turks and Caicos Island of Providenciales, makes a point of impressing each of their guests not once, not twice, but three times. The first time a guest’s eyes widen is when they check in at the front desk. The Regent Grand’s elegant concierge area is awash in blonde marble.... Read More

7 of the Luckiest Places to Visit in Asia

Feb 7, 2013  |   Contributor: Sally Farris

With people like Joan R. Ginther running around Texas winning four (yes, four) multi-million-dollar lotto jackpots, one can’t help but wonder how to get in on the action. So we sought out a few charmed Asian destinations to visit that might just bring the good fortune you're in search of; and if you're really lucky, some once-in-a-lifetime memories to boot. Plus, as the Chinese New Year looms ever-nearer, its a fitting time to see what the propitious Orient has to offer for the year ahead.  ... Read More

The Venetian Unveils 50 of National Geographic's Most Breath-Taking Photographs

Feb 1, 2013  |   Contributor: Sally Farris

Spend your Valentine’s Day doing something a little less cliché than dinner and champagne by candlelight. Beginning this February 14th, The Venetian will host the “50 Greatest Photographs of National Geographic” for your viewing pleasure. The exhibition, held at the 6,800 square-foot Imagine Exhibitions Gallery, will offer visitors a peek into the background of the iconic photos that National Geographic has been publishing for 125 years.... Read More

Where to Celebrate Chinese New Year: Touring Chinatowns of North America

Feb 1, 2013  |   Contributor: Sally Farris

Chinatowns were initially formed as a place where Chinese immigrants could celebrate their culture, as well as live and work in their communities without discrimination or language barriers. The first one popped up in the U.S. in San Francisco in 1848 and has since become a huge part of the tourism industry in several other cities across the country. The many festivals, colorful shops, and authentic food attract droves of visitors hoping to get a taste of the orient without shipping off to the mainland. With the Chinese New Year just around the corner (February 10), we decided to take a tour of our favorite Chinatowns around the U.S. where the masses will surely be found ringing in the Year of the Snake.... Read More

 
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