Hannah "Shotgun" Makepeace would not recognize her namesake today.
At Musha Cay and the Islands of Copperfield Bay—700 acres spread across 11 private Bahamian islands that illusionist David Coppe
At some point in the 16th century,piratesweary from pillaging and plundering took a break on Frégate Island, a 740-acre haven so
A typical day at North Island might involve tracking a rare Seychelles white-eye bird through the jungle, following a sea turtle
Hayman—the original private-island resort in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef region—was already scheduled for a r
The 36 cottages at Amanruya peek out inconspicuously from a pine grove overlooking a quiet Mediterranean bay on the Bodrum penin
Gentle waves from the South China Sea deposit scores of sand dollars on the beach in front of Six Senses Con Dao.
It was about 10:30 on my first morning at Rancho Pescadero when I asked a resort staff member if the art galleries in Todos Sant
After a six-week closure caused by the recent tsunami in Japan, the Four Seasons reopened its resort on the Kailua-Kona coast of Hawaii Is
The owner of Imanta Resort Punta de Mita (+52.329.298.4200,
The brilliant white sand of Petite Anse beach separates Mahé island’s lush green jungle from the bright-blue waters of the India
Separated from Australia by the 150-mile-wide Bass Strait, Tasmania is a land apart—a place of wild and beautiful landscapes, friendly and
The 15-minute drive to Àni Villas Anguilla from the island’s bustling port of entry is an exercise in decompression.
On the heels of similar conversion projects in Cambodia, China, and Sri Lanka, Singapore-based Amanresorts is set to reveal its
In December 2007, Adam Aron found himself on the powdery white sand at Cap Juluca, the classic Caribbean resort on Anguilla’s so
Situated on privately owned Hayman Island, within Australia’s Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, the secluded Hayman Beach Villas
Opened in november, the St. Regis Bahia Beach sets a new high-water mark for Puerto Rican resorts.
Dubai—a city famous for resorts that are very tall, very large, and occasionally shaped like ships at sea—has a peaceful new ref
The Resort: Black lava rock blankets the landscape for miles along the Big Island of Hawaii’s Highway 19, an
The Resort: The Palmilla was one of the first hotels in Los Cabos, and it remains among the few authenticall
Tropical beverages were the topic of conversation during most of the 90-minute drive from Kauai’s Lihue Airport to the St.
The Resort: Several of the 34 guest rooms, suites, houses, and cottages at Eden Rock on St.
The Resort: In the 1960s, Norwegian businessman Torolf Smedvig built a series of A-frame chalets on his 1,800-acre Caribb
The Resort: No one will oblige you to do much of anything on North Island.
The Resort: Pink lounge chairs and umbrellas dot the crescent-shaped beach at Sandy Lane, a 113-room Barbados resort that
The Resort: Just 90 minutes by car from Dubai, Six Senses Hideaway Zighy Bay in Oman seems worlds away from the Las Vegas
Gone are the red oil lamps that once guided early-20th-century seafarers into port at Singapore’s Clifford Pier.
The Freycinet Peninsula on Tasmania’s east coast has long been known as a place of spectacular natural beauty—the area became a national p
Banyan Tree Samui, a collection of 78 pitched-roof villas on the southeastern shore of Koh Samui island, opened in July as the Singapore-b
A great bet for families, especially given the wealth of Recreational activities on Maui.