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Meet the $75 Million Members-Only Hermitage Club in Vermont

Feb 12, 2015  |   Contributor: Kimberly Fisher

Opened late last year, the East Coast finally got its first exclusive, members-only, private ski resort in Southern Vermont. Located on a private mountain, The Hermitage Club hopes to provide the classic New England lifestyle with a sophisticated, understated vibe. Originally opened in the 1960s, Haystack Mountain ski area has evolved into an elegant, yet comfortable destination. 

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Is Four Seasons Looking to Expand in South America?

Feb 11, 2015  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

If you’re thinking about a vacation to Colombia this year, consider waiting a few months until the two new Four Seasons are open in Bogota. Closed in 2014, both Hotel Casa Medina and Hotel Charleston Bogota were procured by the luxury hotelier to be rebranded and renovated within the year. This is also a big step for the brand as they currently operate 95 hotels and residences in 39 countries, but only two of those are located in South America.

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SIXTY SoHo Debuts in NYC With Fresh New Look Inside the Former 60 Thompson

Feb 11, 2015  |   Contributor: Eric Rosen

Though it is a new brand, you might recognize the properties from Jason Pomeranc’s SIXTY Hotels group. That’s because the hotelier split with the Thompson group and launched his own new venture using some of the former Thompson hotels. The flagship is the former 60 Thompson, now the SIXTY SoHo, and as is fitting of a newly-launched brand, it is sporting a hot new look since reopening in the fall.

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This Mexican "City on the Water" Blends in With Tropical Forests and Canals Along the Riviera

Feb 11, 2015  |   Contributor: Jared Paul Stern

It has only been open less than 10 years, but Mayakoba, the eco-luxe development on Mexico’s Mayan Riviera, has already achieved a sort of legendary status among elite travelers. Its guests treasure their natural surroundings as much as any high-end amenities. Mayakoba, Mayan for "city on the water,” is all the more impressive because the tremendous effort that went into creating it remains mostly hidden from view.

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Eco-Conscious Hutton Hotel Makes Pets and Teslas a Priority

Feb 10, 2015  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

You wouldn’t necessarily know it from its exterior, but Hutton Hotel in Nashville has a unique and fun character. Situated in Midtown, the four-star boutique property is fresh and chic, boasting contemporary designs and bright décor inside.

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Yosemite, Kings Canyon, Sequoia: The Sheer Beauty of California's National Parks

Feb 10, 2015  |   Contributor: Cynthia Dial

Polished granite mountains, groves of giant sequoias and meadows of minuscule wildflowers, all beneath endless blue skies—this is California’s High Sierra mountain range. From Crescent Meadow’s colorful carpet to Mount Whitney’s windswept summit (the highest point in the 48 contiguous states), glaciers sculpt this landscape that is now home to Yosemite, Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks. Though a multi-decade Californian, it was my first time in a setting so intense. I felt like James Earl Jones should be narrating my visit.

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Destination St. Barths: Le Sereno Villas Offer 7,000 Square Feet of Tropical Vacation Therapy

Feb 9, 2015  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

Those in-the-know are aware that right now is the best time to visit St. Barths. The warm weather lasts until around April and hurricane season doesn’t visit the island until July. With temperatures floating around the mid-80s during the day and the high 60s in the evenings, we’re definitely all for a winter vacay this month.

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Londonís Calling: 5 Reasons To Visit London Right Now

Feb 6, 2015  |   Contributor: Air New Zealand

Posh accents, perfect tea brews, and a 2,000 year-old history aside, there are hundreds of other unique events, scenery and shops to scope out in London Town. Check out these five London experiences that you might not know about for your next trip across the pond. 

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Boston's Legal Crossing Continues to be a Local Favorite for Fresh Seafood

Feb 6, 2015  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed

The Legal Sea Foods name is a well known commodity here in Boston. Every New Englander knows dining at this seafood mecca guarantees some of the freshest fish in town. Last spring the group introduced Legal Crossing, a new dining concept in Downtown Crossing. This revamped district is one of the hottest new scenes for restaurants, theaters and shopping.

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Why Leave the Slopes When You Can Have Veuve Clicquot & Caviar Right On the Snow?

Feb 5, 2015  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

While skiing in Aspen enjoying the fresh powder, have you ever thought to yourself, “You know, I could really go for some Champagne right about now”? If not, then you’re doing it all wrong. Returning this year to the one of the nation’s best ski towns is Oasis, said to be the world’s first pop-up Champagne and caviar bar. 

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Montana's Resort at Paws Up Is Still One of our Favorite Glamping Spots

Feb 5, 2015  |   Contributor: Katherine Bond

Camping and luxury are usually mutually exclusive. It's difficult to reconcile ambiguous canned meals and frigid sleeping bags with five-star white linen dinners and heavenly duvet covers. Not too long ago, however, the term "glamping" emerged in elite travel circles, which describes a dichotomous and divine way to enjoy the great outdoors with luxurious amenities. 

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The Melodically-Elegant & Modern Omni Nashville is a Downtown Best in Music City

Feb 4, 2015  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

When you’re traveling constantly, it’s always nice to find a property that is not only unique, but one that is in perfect harmony with its surroundings. Not only does the Omni Nashville Hotel let you know that you’ve arrived in Music City, but it quickly illustrates the heart of this metropolis: music, history and southern hospitality.

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Bored by the Luxury Hotel Experience? Ritz-Carlton Might Have a Remedy for That

Feb 3, 2015  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

Around the world, Ritz-Carlton resorts and hotels are known for the elegance, grandeur and exemplary service. But what may be lesser known is that their portfolio also includes a collection of prestigious villas and cottages in spectacular destinations. The brand has placed some of their most unique accommodations in Thailand, China, Spain, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Georgia and Puerto Rico. 

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Access to a Mercedes-Benz is Just One of the Perks at Solage Calistoga in Napa County

Feb 3, 2015  |   Contributor: Katherine Bond

Calistoga is an enchanting little spot. Hot springs bubble with mud, oaks grow amid petrified wood forests, and fast food chains are banned by law in this quaint corner of Napa County. Of course, there are dozens of wineries, but many flock to Calistoga for its pastoral beauty and small town Americana aura.

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The May Fair's 80 Year History is Filled With Royalty, Celebs & Decadent Parties

Feb 3, 2015  |   Contributor: Sean Hillen

It’s hard to find a more fashionable area of London than Mayfair, which is probably why The May Fair itself has been such a popular hotel ever since King George V and Queen Mary opened it with much royal fanfare in 1927. Since then, the 400-room, 12-suite property has undergone many changes and owners and is now part of the Edwardian Group London founded by Jasminder Singh. 

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