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World's 50 Best Bars 2014 Announced: See Which Bars Cracked the Top 10

Oct 11, 2014  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

In case you missed it, The World's 50 Best Bars announced their picks Thursday for 2014, giving you the pub crawl to end all pub crawls. Put on by Drinks International, the winners were chosen by over 330 industry professionals and includes bars from 14 different counties, with the top 10 dominated by London and New York. In fact, North America made up for 16 of the overall 50, with four landing at the top of the list. Check out the top 10 below and see if your favorite made the cut!

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Sofitel So Singapore Steps Onto the Hotel Scene With Karl Lagerfeld Graphic Touches

Jun 3, 2014  |   Contributor: Donald Herrera-Fairbairn

The head designer breathing life into the infamous Chanel brand, Karl Lagerfeld has been tapped to work with the new Sofitel So Singapore to add his magic with stylish graphic touches positioned around the property. In addition to Lagerfeld's impressive fashion and aesthetic fixtures, the hotel teamed with MIAJA Design Group to decorate and design interior elements.

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Art Apart Fair 2014 Returns To Singapore's PARKROYAL on Pickering

Jan 15, 2014  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

From January 17-19, 2014, some of the world’s most promising emerging artists will have their work on display at Singapore’s PARKROYAL on Pickering. The hotel has partnered with Art Apart Fair for the third edition of the acclaimed exhibition which will take place on the entire 14th level, even going inside the 2,000-square-foot Presidential Suite and 33 guest rooms.

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guz architects' Tangga House Redefines The Traditional Courtyard

Dec 11, 2013  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

I think it's safe to say that guz architects is one of our favorite firms, with every design looking like it was drafted right from our dreams. Last week we told you about the Fish House, which has a media room submerged in the swimming pool, and now we're going to tell you about the Tangga House, located in Holland Village (an elite district in Singapore).

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Live Like a Mermaid In The Fish House By guz architects

Dec 5, 2013  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Personally, I would love to live in a home called Fish House. It makes me think of soothing water elements and of course, mermaids. I've always wanted to live underwater and though that dream may never happen to the full extent that my child self dreamed of, firms like guz architects are out there designing pretty close seconds.

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The St. Regis Singapore Defines World-Class Accommodations With Every Stay

Nov 22, 2013  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

The St. Regis brand is no stranger to world-class accommodations and top-notch quality service, and its Singapore destination has been winning awards since its opening in 2007; proving that the company knows luxury and does it extremely well.  Making Condé Nast Traveler’s Gold List 2013 and making Travel + Leisure’s Top 500 list and World's Best 2013, it’s no wonder this five-star hotel is a favorite among travelers and locals alike.

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Karl Lagerfield Designs Emblem for the New Sofitel So Singapore

Mar 13, 2013  |   Contributor: Carly Zinderman

In a new collaboration, Sofitel Luxury Hotels has announced that designer Karl Lagerfeld will create the emblem of the new Sofitel So Singapore. Each Sofitel So hotel has its own unique style, reflected in the signature design and can be found in various amenities available to guests during their stay. “I am very proud to announce this inspirational collaboration, which is a perfect illustration of Sofitel Luxury Hotels’ ambitions with regard to excellence and elegance," said Robert Gaymer-Jones, CEO of Sofitel Luxury. "His exceptional creativity and talent will confer on our emblem the ultimate touch of refinement and enhance our concept."

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From Singapore to Bangkok, Discovering What Makes Shangri-La Hotels of Asia So Iconic

Dec 18, 2012  |   Contributor: Katherine Bond

In 1933, British writer James Hilton dubbed "Shangri-La" as the whimsical, cloud-topped Tibetan mountain area in his book, Lost Horizon. While Shangri-La was fictional in Hilton's depiction, Robert Kuok decided to make the term a real-life utopia, by opening his first luxury Shangri-La property in Singapore in 1971.... Read More

The St. Regis Singapore a Landmark of Luxury in the Heart of Downtown

Sep 26, 2012  |   Contributor: Carly Zinderman

Right in the center of prominent downtown Singapore sits the glamorous St. Regis Singapore, boasting a fabulous art collection for travelers from around the world to enjoy. The hotel houses one of the best private art collections in Asia. From paintings to chandeliers, each piece has been specifically selected with a careful eye.... Read More

F1 Racing to Stay in Singapore Five More Years

Sep 25, 2012  |   Contributor: Michael Pearse

Noting rising return on investment and a celebrated night-time city course, Singapore has decided to continue hosting its F1 Grand Prix until 2017. This give... Read More

Innovative Architecture in Clarke Quay Riverfront District, Singapore

Apr 12, 2012  |   Contributor: Sara Cardoza

Spark,an international architectural and design agency with many accolades for its work in architecture, urban design, landscape architecture and interior design garnered critical acclaim for its first major development in Asia, a dramatic, contemporary design located in the riverfront district of Clarke Quay in Singapore. Spark's innovative and visually catching structures are already succeeding in revitalizing the area and enticing tourists and residents alike back to the historic district. Seen here is an aerial view of this impressive project.... Read More

Mouthwatering Museum Dining Around the World

Oct 14, 2011  |   Contributor: The Daily Meal

Industrial décor, unpretentious dishes, and denim-clad waiters are the order of the day here. Open from midday until past midnight, Tokyo Eat is popular with the city's young, artistic set as well as art-loving families.... Read More

Mouthwatering Museum Dining Around the World

Oct 14, 2011  |   Contributor: The Daily Meal

No longer does museum dining mean an overpriced salad on a school lunch-style tray. Nowadays many museum restaurants are as pleasing as the masterpieces that adorn their walls. Designer-clad waiters, chic cafés housed in grand halls, and the chance to peek at artistic masterpieces over lunch all offer a spectacular multi-sensory dining experience.

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Premium Brand Partnerships Liven up Airport Lounges

Oct 4, 2011  |   Contributor: Lena Katz

With most American-based airlines cutting corners everywhere they can, many business and first class lounges are starting to look shabbier every week. Gone are the free drinks, wireless Internet access and even the tiny shrink-wrapped sandwiches. It’s all fluorescent lights, bad coffee, and disappointed Up in the Air types wondering what ever happened to life’s little pleasures.... Read More

8 Ideal Destinations for the Solo Traveler

Jun 14, 2011  |   Contributor: The Daily Meal

Traveling alone has many more pros than it does cons. You don’t have to work around anyone’s schedule but your own, you get to choose your every meal, and you get all the glory of your travel triumphs (and the hilarity of your mistakes) all to yourself.... Read More

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