1 Hotel Central Park is a Verdant Manhattan Haven

Oct 30, 2022  |   Contributor: Fran Endicott Miller

To craft an oasis of lush greenery within the concrete jungle of Manhattan is no casual feat. One block proximity to the south entrance of splendid Central Park certainly aids in the effort, as does a holistic commitment to biophilic design, yet t

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Sofitel Rome Villa Borghese Is Your Guide to the Eternal City

May 7, 2022  |   Contributor: Fran Endicott Miller

As a guest at Sofitel Rome Villa Borghese, one undoubtedly finds contentment while ensconced in the chic luxury of this Borghese Garden bordering hotel. 

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The Mondrian London Shoreditch: The East End’s Hipster-Ready Hotel

Apr 22, 2022  |   Contributor: Glenn Harris

Like New York has its boroughs and Paris has its arrondissements, London has its villages and neighborhoods, each with their own attributes and unique personalities. Shoreditch is part of the East End and is known for its edginess and grit, artsy

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Thompson Zihuatanejo is a Hidden Gem Resort in One of Mexico’s Loveliest Beach Towns

Dec 26, 2021  |   Contributor: Keri Bridgwater

Flanked by the Sierra Madre del Sur mountains and several from Mexico City and Acapulco by car, the sleepy fishing village turned low-key resort town of Zihuatanejo has thankfully escaped the kind of overtourism its more well-trodden counterparts

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Medieval Masterpiece: Chateau Eza, the Castle Set Above the Cote d’Azur

Dec 1, 2021  |   Contributor: Glenn Harris

Thousands of years ago, the Normans built castles and strongholds along the Mediterranean coast. Many places were chosen for their strategic location high up in the mountains and difficult to approach yet giving commanding views for miles and mile

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Things to See & Do In Mesmerizing Mazatlán

Nov 18, 2021  |   Contributor: Jill Weinlein

Mazatlán is the second largest city in the state of Sinaloa, Mexico offering picturesque sights at every turn. From magnificent sunrises and sunsets, the beach is a great background dotted with palm trees and views of islands. Mazatl&a

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Experience Eco-Luxury At Its Finest With A Stay At Manapany

Oct 21, 2021  |   Contributor: Carin von Berg

Although Manapany is a short flight away from many US cities, it is a world away in terms of luxury offerings in a lush,

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The Essence of Manhattan Elegance at The Langham, New York, Fifth Avenue

Sep 5, 2021  |   Contributor: Jared Paul Stern

The only luxury hotel in the neighborhood to have remained open through all of 2020 and 2021, The Langham, New York, Fifth Avenue is a bastion of prestige and luxury on Manhattan’s most famous thoroughfare. Home to a world-class contemporary

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From First-Rate Golf to Understated Glam. Meet The Lodge at Torrey Pines

Aug 28, 2021  |   Contributor: Cynthia Dial

In June 2021 golfer Jon Rahm secured his first major career win – the U.S. Open Championship – at Torrey Pines Golf Course. No stranger to this La Jolla setting, it’s the site of this Spanish golfer’s first PGA win and a sh

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Your Guide to Recharging, Staying Fit & Supporting Local in Scottsdale

Jun 11, 2021  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

We recently headed to the desert to chase the sun, find some relaxation and soak up adventures in Scottsdale, Arizona. Filled with high-end resorts, a unique food and beverage scene, a charming downtown, and plenty of outdoor activities to stack your days with, it was a no-brainer to spend a long weekend in this chic destination.

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Tulum Past, Present & Future: An Interview With Colibri Boutique Hotels CEO Brendon Leach

Jun 7, 2021  |   Contributor: Jared Paul Stern

Over the past several years Tulum, on Mexico’s Riviera Maya, has gone from bohemian backwater to bucket-list destination for the wealthy and stylish. Some would say it’s now literally so hip it hurts, leading New York magazine t

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Spending 9 Days in Southern Africa with CroisiEurope Cruises

Aug 21, 2019  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

I have enjoyed my fair amount of travelling, from spur-of-the-moment road trips through Romania to dog sledd

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A Handpicked, Day-to-Night Guide to Exploring Miami

Jul 19, 2019  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

There’s no place like Miami. Whether you’re in town for the week, the weekend or just passing through for the day, we scoped out the best way to experience the city from sun up to sun down. If you’re heading to Miami soon, here’s our day-to-night guide of where to go, what to see and where to eat—all explored and handpicked by our team of experts.

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Discover Mandarina: The Billion-Dollar Development You'll Want to Invest In

Apr 12, 2019  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

I never thought that I would be ready to buy a home sight unseen, but after touring the only partially developed Mandarina in Mexico, I’m ready. Apparently so are countless others, as the $1 billion luxury residential and hotel resort has already sold several custom villas before having a single one completely built.

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A Taste of Adventure: How to Spend Two Days in Charlevoix, Québec

Mar 28, 2019  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

When I first found out that my two-day trip to Charlevoix, Québec would include sledding at Le Massif de Charlevoix, fat biking on a frozen river, a distillery and brewery tour of Menaud, VIP dog sledding and a helicopter tour, I assumed something would definitely have to be cut from the itinerary.

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