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Adare Manor: The Definitive Luxe Golf Destination in Ireland

BY : Jeff Helms | 2019

A hallmark of a memorable travel destination is its ability to make guests feel as if they are home – regardless of their point of origin. The recently completed renovation of Adare Manor does just this and so much more. Built nearly 200 years...


The Fairmont St. Andrews, Scotland, The Mecca and Golf and So Much More

BY : Glenn Harris | 2019

St. Andrews. The word strikes excitement as well as fear in the hearts of golfers. It’s a golfer’s mecca with 11 world-class golf courses in the county of Fife just outside of Edinburgh Scotland. The literal mother of all golf...


Paris Is Always A Good Idea and Champagne Makes It Better

BY : Shea Peters | 2019

The quest to find the newest travel trends and hotspots is never-ending. In the past few years, younger travelers have dotted their Instagram feeds with images of Japan, Morocco, Greece, and Peru, bringing much needed tourism to places that once...


Lisbon's Five Star Bairro Alto Hotel Reopens

BY : Whitney Spielfogel | 2019

With its storied traditions, new world cool and immense natural beauty, it’s no wonder that Portugal is having a complete resurgence, with travelers flocking to this Iberian Peninsula in droves. This southern European country has been...


City Guide: A Weekend in Paris

BY : Keri Bridgwater | 2019

Despite being one of the most visited cities in the world those traveling to Paris with more contemporary tastes can still seek out a plentiful array of less tourist-trodden arrondissements, quieter museums, and cafés. From modern art...


Every Sense Immersed at the Six Senses Douro Valley

BY : Whitney Spielfogel | 2019

While many can rattle off top-producing wine regions of the world such as Provence, Bordeaux, Tuscany, Napa, Rioja and Mendoza (to name a few), those truly in the know should visit Portugal’s Douro Valley, a land of verdant vineyards and the...


Rubens at the Palace, London's Famed Royal Neighbor, Moves Up to Five Stars

BY : Jared Paul Stern | 2019

The iconic Rubens at The Palace hotel, stately neighbor of Buckingham Palace, has emerged from a grand renovation with its heritage fully intact but now up to speed with all modern amenities – as well as a coveted fifth star. The luxe London...


2003 Arnage R Bentley First Owned By Princess Anne For Sale

BY : JustLuxe Team | 2019

Supplied new by Bentley Motors of Crewe to Her Royal Highness, Anne The Princess Royal boasts a number of special features. It will be sold by H&H Classics at their next live Auction Online on October 2nd, estimated to sell for £20,000 to...


A Picturesque Day in Santorini, Greece

BY : Jill Weinlein | 2019

After a volcanic eruption in Santorini, the island in Greece was left with a dramatic change of shape. The large cauldron-like form has villages of whitewashed houses built along the ridge overlooking the caldera and other Greek islands. Arrive...


Le Caprice - London's Classiest Restaurant

BY : Elisabeth Rushton | 2019

In the roster of London restaurants, supremacy is often ephemeral. It is rare for a particular establishment to endure in popularity for months, let alone decades. Le Caprice, however, is a grande dame of the restaurant scene. Its history is as...

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Everything Old Is New Again: JustLuxe Explores Marialva, Portugal and Salamanca, Spain

BY : Susan Kime | 2019

The Rio Douro roughly translates from Portuguese as "(the) river of gold." There is a time, late in the afternoon, as the sun sets, rays of light turn the blue-gray river into the color of liquid gold. Or, it may have to do with the color...


Live Like English Royalty at The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa

BY : Mila Pantovich | 2019

When most people plan a trip to England, they tend to make London their home base. But there is so much more to the country than its capital, such as the beautiful Roman-influenced Bath in Somerset, which is why when I found myself with a long...

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