Category: Accommodation

9 intimate, luxurious hideaways fit for Royalty and celebrities

9 intimate, luxurious hideaways fit for Royalty and celebrities

Does the phrase “fit for Royalty” sound good to you? Or maybe these days we judge the beauty and exclusivity of a luxury getaway by the celebrities who have visited it. Here are 9 intimate, luxurious hideaways that are fit for Royalty and celebrities – some of which have already been visited by them. 1. […]

5 things to look for in a ski chalet this Winter

5 things to look for in a ski chalet this Winter

It’s almost that time of year again for the age old dilemma of where to go on your ski holiday; so many choices; should it be catered, self catered, hotel or chalet, or maybe even an apartment? If you’re choosing to go down the chalet route this winter (a route which is becoming increasingly more […]

Recipe of the week: Pan-seared diver scallops with a cauliflower purée, chorizo and cherry tomatoes

Recipe of the week: Pan-seared diver scallops with a cauliflower purée, chorizo and cherry tomatoes

Try this wonderful recipe for pan-seared diver scallops at home. Enjoy a culinary adventure featuring compelling blends of international and local culinary traditions as well as a magnifique boost to a healthy lifestyle. Diver scallops make for a great meal because of their very high protein content, essential micronutrients and low fat count. All of […]

48 hours in Barcelona

48 hours in Barcelona

A lot has been said and written about Barcelona. But no amount of reading ever prepares you for this beautiful, cosmopolitan European city. A true melting pot of history, art, culture, gastronomy and all things modern, Barcelona is buzzing with tourists all year round. During my recent trip to Barcelona I realised that if planned […]

Top 3 escapes for gourmands

Top 3 escapes for gourmands

Gourmands and epicureans will go where their taste buds lead; lovers of fine food know no bounds, scouring the world for fresh and innovative culinary experiences, and hotels are increasingly aligning themselves with this rise in gastronomic tourism. Here is our pick of the top three ‘foodie’ events this autumn. Arabian avant-garde in an urban […]

Africa's top 5 fly camps

Africa’s top 5 fly camps

Fly camping in Africa is a wonderful and wholly unique experience which is a ‘must-have’ addition to any luxury safari. A fly camping excursion will take you out into remote parts of the bush which are not always reachable by vehicle. To spend a night out in the dry African bush is magical, you lie […]

Why stay in a hotel when you can rent an apartment?

Why stay in a hotel when you can rent an apartment?

It is no secret that vacation rentals have become increasingly attractive to travelers compared to traditional hotels. Today, more travelers than ever have stayed in a vacation rental as an alternative to a traditional hotel during the past two years. But what about you? Ask yourselves why a hotel when you can rent an apartment? […]

Luxury in the Outback

Luxury in the Outback

Some 20 million years in the making, the Kimberley region of Western Australia is regarded as one of the world’s ‘last true wilderness areas’. Among its many scenic wonders are the Horizontal Waterfalls, the beehive like formations of the Bungle Bungle mountains in the UNESCO World Heritage listed Purnululu National Park and 900 sq km […]

5 five star country escapes from London

5 five star country escapes from London

Luxury hotels in Britain are regarded as having an excellent understanding of refinement and true elegance by people seeking the best travelling experience. One staying in such a residence should expect the finest dining, service and surroundings; many top hotels in the UK offer these luxuries in abundance. Check out the list below of five […]

"St. Moritz of the Orient" - Japan's Niseko ski resort

“St. Moritz of the Orient” – Japan’s Niseko ski resort

Niseko was coined the “St. Moritz of the Orient” by insiders in the 1960s, but the area still remained seriously under the radar until the ’90s. Now 2014 Niseko is the place to be this coming season. Think Champagne powder, night skiing and snow rafting, or maybe a reindeer sledge followed by a dip in the hot springs. […]

Luxury time travel: the colourful history of one of the world's oldest hotels

Luxury time travel: the colourful history of one of the world’s oldest hotels

One of the joys of travel is the chance to stay somewhere completely different from your home. And unless home happens to be in a medieval fortress, then opting for a hotel which started life as a castle certainly ticks that box. Built in the 13th century, Ashford Castle in Ireland’s County Mayo is absolutely […]

4 of the best luxury retreats in Australasia and SE Asia

4 of the best luxury retreats in Australasia and SE Asia

From resort spas to holistic retreats there seems to be an ever-growing number of luxury retreats around the world promising impressive results in a short amount of time. Whether you choose to be pampered and relaxed or invigorated and reconnected you can reap the many benefits of a week long stay at one of these […]

The best NYC luxury hotels with a pool

The best NYC luxury hotels with a pool

What are the best New York City luxury hotels with a swimming pool? Many people visiting NYC with kids ask me this question, as do some guests who regularly swim laps for exercise. Space is at a premium in NYC, so there are very few luxury hotels with a swimming pool. It’s a great amenity, […]

A visit to Richard Branson's Kasbah Tamadot

A visit to Richard Branson’s Kasbah Tamadot

A lunch at Richard Branson’s retreat, a mere 45 minutes drive from Marrrakech can be a good excuse to escape Marrakech and the hustle and bustle of its Medina and crowded souks. Most make it part of a day trip from Marrakech into the surrounding Atlas Mountains. Some also want to get a taste of the […]

Suite of the week: Owner's Suite aboard Burma Boating's classic sailing yachts

Suite of the week: Owner’s Suite aboard Burma Boating’s classic sailing yachts

Suite name: Owner’s Suite aboard Burma Boating‘s classic sailing yachts Location: Mergui Archipelago, Myanmar Yacht length: 85-105 ft Cost per trip:  1,800 euros per person (5 nights) What makes it special: Experience one of Asia’s last untouched island regions aboard one of Burma Boating’s 4 classic sailing yachts with full crew service and private chefs. The 800 untouched beaches […]

Special feature: Airstream, The Quiet Site, Ullswater, Lake District, UK

Special feature: Airstream, The Quiet Site, Ullswater, Lake District, UK

Camping or caravanning might not be everyone’s idea of luxury but, if you’re going to do it, one way to do so with a little comfort, significantly more style than those white caravans that you see, and without any of the hassle of pitching a tent, is with an Airstream; and so we stayed in this iconic vehicle on a […]

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