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Enjoy Private Beaches and One-of-a-Kind Amenities at Hotel Guanahani in St. Barth

Mar 27, 2013  |   Contributor: Suzanne Aaronson

Last time I stayed on the island of St. Barth, a few friends had asked why I didn't stay at Guanahani. Now I know why: a long private stretch of beach; plenty of water toys; a gem of a techno gym looking onto the sea; a stunning and impressive spa... Read More

Fun-filled Holidays With Private Villas

Mar 27, 2013  |   Contributor: Jack Pearce

Holidays often bring a frown on the forehead for the people because they think of the expenditure they will incur on a vacation. You have to be very thorough with the sort of vacations you plan with your family and friends. No one would want to... Read More

Experience Authentic Heath & Wellness at Rancho La Puerta in Baja California

Mar 27, 2013  |   Contributor: Suzanne Aaronson

Credited as being the original fitness retreat, this heavenly sanctuary cum health campus is a family-owned labor of love for over two generations. The vision, plus hard work, plus over 70 years of TLC translates into one of the most authentic... Read More

A Wicked Good Stay at W Boston

Mar 27, 2013  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed

You’ve got tickets to this weekend’s sold out show at the Wilbur Theatre. Late night dinner in Chinatown is always a must after checking out a show in the Theater District so why not just book an entire escape?  ... Read More

Le Tour De France

Mar 23, 2013  |   Contributor: Seymour Moore

As the summer approaches I reminisce on the fantastic start to my summer last year being present at the Tour De France final on the ‘Champs-Elysees’ in Paris. When the opportunity arose to take a short break in Paris for the end of... Read More

Youtube Celebs gather in Orlando for Playlist LIve convention

Mar 23, 2013  |   Contributor: Micah Greene

Youtube Celebrities are a relatively new thing in human history.  It's astonishing how these self-made celebs have risen out of obscurity and become household... Read More

Want a Luxury Holiday Without the Price Tag or Hassle? Go Glamping!

Mar 23, 2013  |   Contributor: steve gott

    Camping - ugh! The hassle of putting up a tent, uncomfortable beds, having to cross a field for water, go to the loo or take a shower, inadequate cooking with the smell of gas, and none of the amenities of home. Th... Read More

4 Cruises To Check Out During Your Disney World Tour

Mar 23, 2013  |   Contributor: Anand Rao

A trip to Florida cannot be complete without a visit to the Walt Disney World Resorts. The Disney World is the world's most popular entertainment destination covering an area of over 47 square miles and is located in Lake Buena Vista in Orang... Read More

Time to Get Away to TradeWinds Island Resorts

Mar 21, 2013  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed

It’s still wintertime so isn’t that a good enough excuse to book a weekend getaway to Florida? Even in the warmer months, we think there is no place on earth quite like St. Petersburg, Florida.   Miles of beau... Read More

Golf Tournament Luxury at Its Best

Mar 21, 2013  |   Contributor: JAck Hudson

The Masters is by far the most luxurious tournament of the year for the PGA Tour. As the first major of the year, it's not only important to all the golfers in the field, but for the fans able to attend the exclusivity of the tournament gives... Read More

Get Healthy With Adventure Travel by Ariel Santillan

Mar 21, 2013  |   Contributor: Exploration Fitness

The key to succeeding in a personal training program is the ability to desire and identify your goals. The strategy behind the ultimate success stories have all been associated with the ability to maintain a strong focus on the goal at hand, using... Read More

Fort Myers, Florida - Top Spring Break Destination, or Trashy Spring Break Destination?

Mar 21, 2013  |   Contributor: Micah Greene

Spring Break is ramping up in Fort Myers.  Hotels, Restaurants, and Resorts are hiring additional staff to handle the massive numbers of college students coming to spend their Spring Break in the coastal city. So, why is coedmagazine... Read More

Ethereal Journey of Yatra Char Dham

Mar 21, 2013  |   Contributor: melvin mkel

The seascapes of Garhwal Himalayas are home to Chota Char Dham. Large number of Hindu pilgrim tourist flock to the Char Dham Temples for darshan of deity in the April or early days of May. It’s the time when s... Read More

March 19th Culinary Experiences Event to Benefit amfAR

Mar 21, 2013  |   Contributor: Kimberly Fisher

On Tuesday, March 19th, Tribeca's Maserati of Manhattan will kick off its Culinary Experiences program for 2013 with KTCHN Restaurant.   The restaurant and E... Read More

Doha: The Vibrant Capital of Qatar

Mar 14, 2013  |   Contributor: catherine tramell

Doha, the capital of Qatar is a shining jewel, a multicultural city where modern life and ancient traditions combine to create an exciting and vibrant city. Set on the coast of Arabian Gulf, Doha is a city of both ultra modern sky scrapers and san... Read More

Explore Outstanding Places in India with a Tour of Rajasthan

Mar 14, 2013  |   Contributor: reena jha

Rajasthan, the most prominent land is well known for old heritage, forts and palaces, the Havelis, and rich culture & tradition of grand hospitality. Undoubtedly, it is the most charming state of India with grand royal tourist attractions and... Read More

Overcome the vegan traveler's challenges

Mar 13, 2013  |   Contributor: Neel Kamal

Ever had the feeling that you aren’t getting the right food to eat, especially when you’re travelling? Of course, travel means compromise on various counts: food, water, comfort, weather and general luxuries that we are accustomed to w... Read More

Superb Victorian Winery

Mar 12, 2013  |   Contributor: Sarah Bensie

After recently visiting Red Hill, home to the Lindenderry winery, I wanted to share with fellow travellers, wine tasting experts, bloggers, enthusiasts and winemakers, who I thought would be interested. This gorgeous estate, 3.3 hectares of it, i... Read More

Thinking About Attending a Music Festival? Take the Luxurious Route!

Mar 11, 2013  |   Contributor: Katie Elizabeth

Every year, at least 60,000 festivalgoers make a pilgrimage to Manchester, Tennessee, and camp out on an expansive farm that’s home to the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival. Although an outdoor weekend in the sweltering heat might not seem... Read More

Let's discover Narni, Medieval jewel in Umbria

Mar 11, 2013  |   Contributor: Eric Ferr

The ancient Latin name of Narni was Narnia and the sound of the word was a strong inspiration for the novelist C. S. Lewis which wrote The Chronicles of Narnia, a famous saga also adapted for cinema. Narni... Read More

Highlights of Staying In Mayfair

Mar 11, 2013  |   Contributor: Amellia Hope

As any British Monopoly board will tell you, Mayfair is one of the most exclusive parts of London to live and for visiting tourists. Therefore if you are looking to visit London in all of its glory then a stay in Mayfair is ideal for you. The a... Read More

Dog Friendly Holidays

Mar 11, 2013  |   Contributor: Amellia Hope

Many people chose to leave their dogs at home or take them to the kennels when a holiday is on the horizon. But if you are planning a holiday at home then taking your dog with you can really add to the vacation. Obviously taking your dog with f... Read More

Five Destinations for the Ideal Luxury Family Break

Mar 11, 2013  |   Contributor: George Brown

For most families their main holiday is one of the highlights of the year and an event that everyone looks forward to, often for months beforehand. However, trying to please everyone, particularly if several generations are involved, is not al... Read More

A trip to the Country

Mar 11, 2013  |   Contributor: Neel Kamal

Now that the chill is finally behind us it’s time to make the most of the spring and summer before we are trapped indoors again longing to feel the sun on our backs and remembering the sunny season like it was a lifetime ago! There are just... Read More

25% Rebate on the April Journeys of the Palace on Wheels Train

Mar 11, 2013  |   Contributor: Gaurav Kumar

India’s first luxury tourist train, running for more than 30 years, Palace on Wheels will soon enter into refurbishing and maintenance mode for the upcoming run season. But there is a good news for the connoisseurs of luxury train travel.... Read More

Card stolen during traveling abroad - What to do?

Mar 8, 2013  |   Contributor: Joy Mali

Traveling across countries you've always been dying to visit is definitely an exciting, gleeful time. No doubt you're excited to see the landmarks you've only read about up to that point, and no doubt you're itching to take... Read More

Las Vegas Themed Hotels

Mar 5, 2013  |   Contributor: Sandi Tocks

Las Vegas – the City of Sin! Vegas is known all over the world for its casinos and clubs, but we think the best part of Nevada’s glittering diamond is the themed hotels. From a Robert Louis Stevenson-esque pirate ship to the columns of... Read More

My Favorite Romantic Restaurant in New York (The Sea Grill)

Mar 5, 2013  |   Contributor: Jeff Gross

One of my favorite romantic restaurants in New York is The Sea Grill. The best time to go to this restaurant is before Christmas. Located at the the Rockafeller Center, 19 West 49th Street, the windows of the restaurant look out over the ice rink... Read More

Considering a Trip to Mexico? Here's Some Reasons Why You Definitely Should

Mar 5, 2013  |   Contributor: James Pattrick

Mexico is an incredibly diverse country, offering its visitors time to relax on the beach, the opportunity to enjoy water sports, the chance to explore rural countryside, to visit ruins or even enjoy its city life. Mexico is also affordable. The... Read More

Business Class Flight - For a Luxurious Travel Experience

Mar 5, 2013  |   Contributor: Kent Charlie

Business class flights with high-end facilities ensure that passengers can travel comfortably and luxuriously. This is the reason first-class passengers choose to travel in business elite class.  ... Read More

Marvelous Monaco

Mar 5, 2013  |   Contributor: Liz Zee

We had been planning our trip to Monaco for months and were so happy when it was finally upon us. This was mine and my husband's 5th anniversary present to each other and we wanted it to be special so we booked into one of the most luxurious... Read More

The Taste of Cornwall

Mar 5, 2013  |   Contributor: Seymour Moore

If you’re a foodie, or at least appreciate when you’re being offered exceptional quality, chances are that having a range of great restaurants to choose from will have a lot of sway over where you book your next break. We’re just... Read More

Deluxe Family Travel: Bluffton, SC

Mar 5, 2013  |   Contributor: Elise Edwards

You want the serene, the spa, the lakeside glass of Pino Noir.  Your kids want to be entertained… constantly.  Lucky for you, there’s The Auberge Resorts' Inn at Palmetto Bluff (... Read More

Luxury Travel Ltd. to Launch the Ultimate Laos Discovery and Adventure Tour

Mar 5, 2013  |   Contributor: Ha Pham

Embracing adventure in Laos, Luxury Travel has launched the two week "Ultimate Laos Discovery and Luxury Adventure Tour". ...... ... Read More

Let your love blossom among the romantic hotels of Playa del Carmen

Mar 5, 2013  |   Contributor: shalini seo

Playa del Carmen’s natural scenic setting induces in the air of romance. It has indeed become a hub for weddings and honeymooners. It is the perfect wedding or romantic getaway as this destination is as serene as its location. This destinati... Read More

Why go out when you can Stay in?

Mar 5, 2013  |   Contributor: Kelly Quance

That’s not actually the view of regionally based companyStayinCornwall.co.ukwho have just re-launched their website for the coming season! In fact they are encouraging as many people as possible to look, book and Stay In Cornwall! ... Read More

Boutique Family Owned Wines with Linked Vineyards

Mar 5, 2013  |   Contributor: Kimberly Fisher

Wine is the epitome of understated luxury. At boutique winery Linked Vineyards in Sonoma, the family-owned business takes the pleasure of wine very seriously. A hidden gem, the property sits on a hillside... Read More

On the trail of Australia's Big Things

Mar 5, 2013  |   Contributor: GINA LEVY

Australia is a big country and its people have a big sense of humour. One way in which this manifests itself is in the weird and wonderful, often strange –‘Big Things’. These are objects that are either related to the location... Read More

Harbor Sweets' New Treats Arrive in Time for Easter

Mar 5, 2013  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed

There’s no doubt about it Bostonians love their sweets.   Whether the excuse is for Christmas, Valentine’s Day or Easter, be sure to check out the sweet treats at Harbor Sweets just north of Boston in Salem, M... Read More

Bird watching tour in Corbett- A tour worth taking!

Mar 5, 2013  |   Contributor: reena jha

Watching different kinds of birds and their activities enchants most of us though we might not be avid bird watchers. The colours of their feathers, the shape of their beaks, their chirping sounds, are all quite interesting to watch. Corbett Natio... Read More

5 Things that can help you save BIG while travelling.

Mar 5, 2013  |   Contributor: Justin Cody

Target off peak times If you want to cut down on the flight charges, you need to travel in the off-peak seasons which are normally cheap as compared to peak seasons. This can be done by making sure you book your flight in... Read More

A Mediterranean: The Perfect Holiday Cruise Destination, with Something for Everyone

Mar 5, 2013  |   Contributor: steve gott

For many people, the Mediterranean is one of the best cruise destinations. The area is not favoured for nothing -- it has some of the best scenery, amazing cuisine, fantastic weather, a rich cultural heritage and many other attractions. What is m... Read More

Where to Go For the Ancient Roman Experience

Mar 5, 2013  |   Contributor: Sarah Murphy

Let’s face it; these days everywhere is becoming modern, especially major cities. This leaves a particularly terrible taste when you are trying to find all of the adventures that the ancient roman world had to offer instead of the current mo... Read More

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