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Submarine Diving In The Maldives : Get Up Close and Personal With A Rainbow of Fish and Coral

Oct 25, 2013  |   Contributor: Carol Driver

Of all the reasons to visit the Maldives, now there’s one more; it’s home to the world’s largest deep-diving tourist submarine. Seating up to 50 people, the Whale Submarine descends to a depth of up to approximately 131 feet, offering a glimpse into underwater life without the need for a diving qualification. Guests can enjoy viewing the treasures of the Indian Ocean like looking at sunken shipwrecks or shark-feeding areas.... Read More

The Casually-Chic Four Seasons Resort The Biltmore Santa Barbara Shines Along the Coast

Oct 24, 2013  |   Contributor: Marjorie Hope Rothstein

Four Seasons Resort The Biltmore Santa Barbara is a lavish five-star hotel nestled on the California coast; and, along with its stunning property, offers a top-notch spa that has received a number of accolades. The property boasts breathtaking water views, even from the spa lobby, is one of the finest examples of Spanish Architecture in California.... Read More

Be The First to Try Dr. Alkaitis' Spa Products at The Renowned Coworth Park in Berkshire

Oct 14, 2013  |   Contributor: Melissa de Carteret

There are some names that inspire hushed tones and looks of reverence. Coworth Park in Berkshire, which reopened in 2010, after untold millions in renovations and three years in the making, is one such name. Previously, the 18th century country house was a place where royalty, historic figures and American colonists would rest their heads. Set in 240 acres of undulating parkland, a gentle canter from Ascot and within sight of the house where John Lennon wrote Imagine, it is the only hotel in Britain with its own polo fields, where you can ride in Windsor Great Park on Grand Prix dressage horses (or your own).... Read More

Beyond Typical Italy: Visiting Risorgimento Resort, Lecce in Puglia

Oct 10, 2013  |   Contributor: Steve Mirsky

If you’re an intrepid Italy traveler who’s ventured well beyond Rome, Tuscany, Venice and the Amalfi Coast, you might consider making your way to Puglia. Sitting at the heel of "the boot," Puglia is a region renowned for its Pizzica folk dancing, historic ruins, year-round fresh produce and loads of artisan food producers. ... Read More

Take a Sneak Peek at The First Images of The Great House on Necker Island

Oct 9, 2013  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico  |  4 Comments

There's a chance that our crush on the Great House on Necker Island is quickly turning into a full-fledged love affair. That’s right, Branson, we’re not afraid to admit it publicly. Today, exclusive snapshots of the exteriors and interiors have been released, and since sharing is caring, we have them available for you right here.... Read More

Lose Yourself in the Tranquil Setting of Malaysia's Andaman Hotel

Oct 1, 2013  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Located in beautiful Langkawai (the Jewel of Kedah), on the coast of Malaysia, the award-winning Andaman, a Luxury Collection Hotel is a tropical resort featuring a tranquil oasis among the pristine, white sandy beaches. The clear, blue waters of the Datai Bay has been rated one of the Top Ten Best Beaches in the World by National Geographic, and you'd be hard pressed to find anyone who disagrees. Hidden away between a 10,000-year-old rainforest, a peaceful bay and 8,000-year-old coral reef, The Andaman is the kind of place you can happily lose yourself in.... Read More

New Mallorca Luxury Resort: Historic Hotel Castell Son Claret

Oct 1, 2013  |   Contributor: Eric Rosen

The sunny Mediterranean isle of Mallorca has long been a favorite destination of European jetsetters and nightlife enthusiasts alike. To meet guests’ varying needs, hotels offer accommodations ranging from ultra-luxurious private enclaves to seaside huts. While most visitors tend to go for the beaches that fringe the island’s rugged coastline, there is another Mallorca that beckons.... Read More

 
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