Category: Regions

The Atlas Mountains boutique hotel - Domaine Malika

The Atlas Mountains boutique hotel – Domaine Malika

A charming hotel at the foot of the Atlas Mountains in Morocco is a rare sight. And if you are on a private tour of Morocco, you should at least spend a night here. The first thing that strikes you is that the owner has chosen not to use wool sofas, wood beams or stuffed […]

10 of the most intimate boutique hotels in South East Asia

10 of the most intimate boutique hotels in South East Asia

There’s nothing quite like enjoying the exclusivity of being in a hotel that caters to just a select few – hotels that are small and intimate. The advantages are many – the best of them being that you are almost family during your stay. More often than not, you will find that the hotel staff […]

6 of Spain's best Cava tours

6 of Spain’s best Cava tours

A little bit like “the rain in Spain stays mainly on the plain”, so does the Spanish version of Champagne. Cava, which was considered for a long time to be the poor person’s Champagne, has increased dramatically in popularity over the last few years. Of course there are differences between Champagne and Cava, that both […]

Short stay: Carloft, Berlin, Germany

Short stay: Carloft, Berlin, Germany

Carloft is an apartment with a difference in the Kreuzberg region of Berlin, on the corner of Liegnitzer Straße and Reichenberger Straße. As its name implies, this is an apartment where you can park your car in a lofty position – right outside your apartment, irrespective of which floor that might be on. The car (in […]

5 Las Vegas experiences you won't want to miss

5 Las Vegas experiences you won’t want to miss

Viva Las Vegas! What a city. I’ve been once in my life. Some would say that’s once too many, but no doubt they’re imagining scenes from The Hangover! Are they right though? Is Vegas really that one dimensional? I decided to consult with one of our insiders, a lady by the name of Amy Firmani. […]

A luxury ski chalet built for Royalty

A luxury ski chalet built for Royalty

Klosters has long been a favoured retreat for the aristocracy, movers and shakers and major movie stars and the uber luxurious Chalet Eugenia is one of the reasons why. When Swiss entrepreneur and philanthropist, Rolf Theiler first laid eyes on Chalet Eugenia it was love at first sight, he pursued his interest in the property […]

Photograph of the week: The Taj Mahal from the Garden of the Moon

Photograph of the week: The Taj Mahal from the Garden of the Moon

The Moon Garden of Agra, located right across the river from the Taj Mahal, is one of the best places to see the famous structure. The garden features remains of what many people believe was the start of a replica Taj Mahal to be built in black. While that has never been confirmed, there are […]

10 of the best luxury food and wine brands in London

10 of the best luxury food and wine brands in London

London is a true haven for many of the world’s top food and wine brands. It is a dream city for all food shopping lovers as well as a great place for hotels and restaurants to supply their customers with the finest produce. Here is a selection of the best food and wine brands in […]

6 of the Grenadines you won't want to miss

6 of the Grenadines you won’t want to miss

Over 6,000 islets make up the Grenadines’ island chain in the Caribbean, with each one just as beautiful as the next. All of the islands come surrounded by a halo of white beaches and waters covering the full spectrum of colours from blue to green and beyond. Once on the ground though, the contrast between […]

The top 4 historical hotels in Paris

The top 4 historical hotels in Paris

Many hotels are established in buildings originally conceived for different purposes: private mansions, conference centres, apartment blocks, etc. One such example is the Shangri-La, the five-star palace that used to be the private mansion of Roland Bonaparte, Napoleon III’s nephew. Yet Parisian hotels are often rebuked for the small rooms they offer their guests. This […]

Northern Serengeti: see the Great Migration in luxury

Northern Serengeti: see the Great Migration in luxury

September and October are two prime months to witness the great migration as it passes into and out of the northern Serengeti, Tanzania into the Masai Mara, Kenya. The uninterrupted, vast, undulated landscape of the northern Serengeti—this is African wildlife country. When the migration heads up and back down, everyone wants to experience the world’s […]

5 of London's top burgers

5 of London’s top burgers

For anyone who thought that the London burger craze was just a flash in the pan, think again – where the cupcake and cronought fads have come and gone, burgers remain just as popular as ever in the capital and there are still plenty of restaurants and pop-ups jumping onto the runaway burger bandwagon. From […]

5 great reasons to visit Namibia

5 great reasons to visit Namibia

Until very recently, Namibia was a fairly unknown entity to most of the rest of the world. With a total population of just over two million dispersed across a country four times the size of Britain and largely consisting of arid desert and Africa’s most inhospitable coastline, it is perhaps not hard to see why […]

Top 5 luxury African weekend destinations

Top 5 luxury African weekend destinations

Africa is indeed a long haul destination however with flights as short as eight hours to Nairobi, and just eleven to Johannesburg, and the fact that there’s no jet lag at all due to the small one hour time difference, you can go on a luxury safari for the weekend. During three or four nights […]

New York’s best pizza joints

New York’s best pizza joints

Although originating in Italy, pizza has become synonymous with America. Pizza joints are amongst the most popular dining venues across the States, particularly in bustling New York City. Some of the world’s tastiest pizza finds its home in the Big Apple, with every pizza joint claiming to sell the finest slice on earth. We’ve scoured […]

The top 6 sites in Jaipur, Rajasthan

The top 6 sites in Jaipur, Rajasthan

Visiting India can feel like a whirlwind of old culture mixed with modern times; where cities boast sprawling malls, but you can still see bull-drawn carriages pulling cargo alongside rural farm land. As much of this mishmash can be seen as confusing, entering the walls of Jaipur in the Indian state of Rajasthan, takes you […]

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