Forget Napa & Explore Sonoma County With Hotel Healdsburg

Sep 2, 2015  |   Contributor: Katherine Bond

Famed horticulturist Luther Burbank had this to say about Sonoma County, “I firmly believe, from what I have seen, that this is the chosen spot of all this earth as far as nature is concerned.” It’s a pretty compelling statement, but one that I must agree with, now that I’ve visited Sonoma a handful of times. 

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Indulge in Style at W Fort Lauderdale

Aug 31, 2015  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

A trip to Florida is all about the sun, sand and surf, and W Fort Lauderdale makes sure you indulge in all three in style and sophistication. Staking its claim on 315 feet of South Florida beachfront, the W not only brings guests close to the Atlantic Ocean, but also to the city’s best dining, shopping and entertainment.

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The Once-Forgotten and Beautiful Country of Zimbabwe is Making a Slow Comeback, Know the Facts Before Going

Aug 28, 2015  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

Zimbabwe has been in the news a lot recently, but not in terms of travel. By now, most know that the landlocked country was the scene of Cecil the Lion’s death. But if you've really been paying attention, you know that it has also been making headline for being the scene of one of the worst cases of inflation in modern history. 

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Wexford: The Seaside Town in Ireland That You're Not Visiting But Should Be

Aug 28, 2015  |   Contributor: Sean Hillen

Often overlooked on tours of Ireland is Wexford, the sunny south-east city that is the nation’s oldest Viking town, just a two-hour drive from Dublin. Situated in the heart of this cozy coastal town, is the 157-room, four-star White’s Hotel that has enjoyed a colorful history dating back more than 300 years.

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The Future Of Luxury Hotels Includes More Tech, Less Tech & Guest Personalization

Aug 27, 2015  |   Contributor: Daniela Aroche

The luxury hotel space is competitive but players are stepping up to the plate to keep up with rapidly evolving consumer demands. Here we investigate some on the cutting edge and what’s ahead. Last month, in conversation with Robert Cheng, Group VP Marketing of the prestigious Peninsula Hotels Group, despite the plethora of exciting initiatives in the pipeline for the company, we found ourselves continuously drawn back to a particularly prevalent discussion on technology, innovation and their place in the luxury hotel space.

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A Luxury Hotel Spa Bucket List: 10 Spas You Simply Have to Experience

Aug 25, 2015  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

Traveling can be tough on our bodies. Throw in jetlag and a new climate to acclimate yourself to, and it can be pretty tiring. But any smart vacationer knows that finding the perfect hotel for your trip means ensuring that its spa is just as distinguished as its guestrooms. And these days, resort spas are becoming more than just another amenity.

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The Beverly Hilton Celebrates its 60th With Invite-Only Soirée & Neil Lane Jewelry Retrospective

Aug 24, 2015  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

A longtime celebrity haunt and home to the Golden Globes since 1961, The Beverly Hilton’s name is synonymous with Hollywood and red-carpet glamour. On Friday, August 21, the iconic hotel threw a retro-themed pool party to celebrate its 60th diamond anniversary. We joined a slew of invitees for the night and enjoyed an evening of food, drinks, live music and celebration.

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Canyon Ranch in Tucson Makes Staying Healthy on Vacation a Pure Pleasure

Aug 20, 2015  |   Contributor: Canyon Ranch

Canyon Ranch aims to be the gold standard when it comes to retreats focused on health and wellbeing. The group’s original all-inclusive health resort and luxury spa in Tucson is especially picturesque, situated on over 150 acres that used to be a large, working cattle ranch in Southern Arizona’s attractive Sonoran Desert. 

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The St. Anthony Hotel Makes its Glorious Come Back Following Multi-Million Renovation & Restoration

Aug 20, 2015  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Recently restored, San Antonio’s historic St. Anthony Hotel built in 1909, has long been known as “the Waldorf on the Prairie.” The 10-story Luxury Collection property, which has played host to everyone from John Wayne and Grace Kelly, Eleanor Roosevelt, Goldie Hawn and a number of Texas governors and U.S. presidents, is a true American landmark. Located just a few blocks from the Alamo, it was a modern marvel when it first opened, with in-room telephones, private baths, doors which opened automatically, and electric lights that turned off when the guest locked their hotel room door.

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Ellerman House is an Elegant Departure From Big Brand Hotels in Cape Town

Aug 19, 2015  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

South Africa is one of the world’s most sought-after destinations. Because of its beautiful landscapes, premier surf breaks, bustling nightlife and safari adventures available, Cape Town is undoubtedly the region’s golden child. While the area is dotted with its fair share of luxury accommodations, there's one boutique property that has all the amenities of a big-brand hotel, but with the size and feel of a homey residential abode.

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Good News! The Palace of Versailles May Finally Be Getting its Own Luxury Hotel

Aug 19, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

The Palace of Versailles is without a doubt one of the most popular and stunning places to visit in France. Since the 17th century, the King Louis XIV-built château (and to a larger extent, its surrounding city) has been the epicenter of not only political power and royalty, but also of art and culture—this is where you can find the Royal Opera, after all.

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Mosaic Hotel in Beverly Hills Unveils its New Design-Savvy Look

Aug 19, 2015  |   Contributor: Kavita Daswani

After a four-month shut down, Mosaic Hotel in Beverly Hills re-opened in early August, boasting a top-to-toe revamp. The luxury boutique hotel might be in the same vicinity as the far more imposing Peninsula and Beverly Wilshire hotels, but is distinctive for its intimate, almost-residential sensibility, set on a quiet street off busy Wilshire Boulevard.

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Taking On China: 8 of the Country's Best Cities to Visit on Your Next Asian Adventure

Dec 16, 2014  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico  |  1 Comment

The very thought of navigating through China and having to choose which cities to visit and which to avoid, can seem daunting. Yet, with its complicated past, iconic monuments, fascinating architecture and intriguing cuisine, the world’s most populous country has so much to offer travelers.

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W French Quarter is Just Steps Away From NOLA Culture, Food & Nightlife

Aug 18, 2015  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

The French Quarter needs no introduction. The vibrant New Orleans neighborhood is the oldest in the state and is a cultural melting pot of stunning architecture, live music and plenty of Voodoo mystery. Sitting in the middle of this bustling and historic district is the W New Orleans – French Quarter, a hotel that itself has a reputation of being spirited, stylish and chic.

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Grand Pigalle Hotel Is a Quintessential Parisian Retreat in the 9th Arrondissement

Aug 17, 2015  |   Contributor: Sean Hillen

With hotel balconies overlooking the cobble-stoned, tree-lined Avenue Frochot in the south Pigalle district where Toulouse-Lautrec once lived, you almost feel like you’ve been transported into Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris. Located on a corner at the junction of Rue Victor Masse and Rue Henry Monnier in the 9th arrondissement, the 37-room Grand Pigalle Hotel encapsulates the romance of the belle époque era.

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