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Miraval Resort & Spa: A Luxurious Approach to Creating a Life in Balance

BY : Christina Stewart | 2014

Imagine a place that is as serene as it is luxurious, and as rich in self-discovery as it is in world-class amenities. Miraval Resort & Spa located in Tucson, Arizona is a place unlike any other, dedicated to creating personal experiences that...

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Why Choose Just One Caribbean Destination When You Can Island Hop With a Catamaran Yacht?

BY : Donald Herrera-Fairbairn | 2014

This winter, Sunsail, a sailing and water sports vacation company, is offering a charter around the Caribbean that'll make for an unforgettable holiday adventure. While everyone back home is stuck dealing with cold weather and ridiculous...

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Experience Southern Sophistication at the Luxurious Le Méridien Atlanta Perimeter

BY : Christina Stewart | 2014

Le Méridien Atlanta Perimeter is a residentially-styled boutique hotel situated just 15 minutes northeast of downtown Atlanta in the charming suburb of Dunwoody, Georgia. Conveniently located in the center of the upscale commerce and business...

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JW Marriott Hotels & Resorts Venture Into Italy With Newest Venice Property

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2014

JW Marriott Hotels & Resorts is making their way into Italy with the opening of their Venice property in March 2015. Set on a lagoon location within the island, the hotel offers views of St Mark’s Square and La Serenissima and was created...

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Seabourn Adds 5th All-Suite Ship to Fleet & 2nd from Italian Shipbuilder Fincantieri S.p.A

BY : JustLuxe Team | 2014

Seabourn will be welcoming in two new ships in the next couple of years with the first debuting in 2016 and the subsequent in spring 2018. Both will be the 40,350-GRT design built by Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri S.p.A. For the second ship,...

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Vintage Chic Meets Modern Sleek at Grand Central Hotel in Glasgow

BY : Sean Hillen | 2014

First opened in 1883 next to Glasgow’s main train station, its doors leading straight to the concourse, Grand Central Hotel is known as the city’s “Grand Old Lady.” Closed for over a decade, then re-opened four years ago...

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The Revitalized Condado Vanderbilt Looks to Regain its Prestigious Status as a Playground for the Elite

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2014

Condado Vanderbilt Hotel in San Juan, Puerto Rico has been a long time coming—ten years, to be exact. Finally re-opened this December, the once historic hotel has undergone a $200 million revitalization which included the construction of new...

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Forget Winter Weather & Be Among the First to Stay at Paradise Beach Nevis This January

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2014

With the rainy season upon us and cold temperatures chilling our bones, it’s easy to daydream about trips to warm tropical islands this winter. Nevis in the Caribbean is one such destination luring us onto its shores with their newest...

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Christmas in Dublin: Where to Eat, Sleep & Enjoy the Season's Festivities

BY : Sean Hillen | 2014

With Dublin hosting its first-ever traditional downtown Christmas market as well as two-day-long New Year’s celebrations, there seems no better time than now to enjoy Ireland’s cosmopolitan capital city. Here’s a low-down on the...

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Give the Gift of Travel With a Trip for 2 to Greenland's Remote Coast in 2015

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2014

‘Tis the season for gift-giving and receiving; and when it comes to the former, there’s one type of present that will almost always put a smile on your loved one’s face: travel. Next fall, Natural Habitat Adventures has...

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Hotel du Vin Offers a Tree-Lined Victorian Setting in Glasgow's Fashionable West End

BY : Sean Hillen | 2014

Five honey-colored Victorian townhouses joined at the hip, make up the 49-room Hotel Du Vin at One Devonshire Gardens in Glasgow’s leafy West End suburb. As I arrived, a complimentary whisky awaited me in a cozy sitting room opposite...

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La Quinta Resort & Club's Multi-Million Dollar Restoration Offers New Reasons to Escape to the Desert

BY : Mila Pantovich | 2014

When I was young, Palm Springs made me think of heat and the elderly—but that's only because I really had no experience with the area other than where my parents dragged me. Adolescent me had no idea what she was missing. As an adult, I...

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