For the past several decades, Caribbean design has been as predictable as the northeast trade winds: Georgian columns, vine-covered pergol
Tim Blackford, general manager of the Bahía Beach Resort & Golf Club in Puerto Rico, steps back from his ball on the course’s 13th tee
Say, for a moment, that you and your Swedish model-turned-designer wife are concluding your honeymoon on a tropical archipelago.
Oman’s determination to cater to the discriminating traveler suggests that
Facilities at the Turks & Caicos Sporting Club (877.815.1300,
When the U.S.
While cleaning out her garage in Murrieta, Calif., last winter, Veva Haacke discovered a leather case containing century-old relics from t
Beginning in the early 1960s, as the Aga Khan developed Porto Cervo, his reach extended along Costa Smeralda, where he built several hotel
Amanresorts was among the first luxury brands to establish accommodations on Turks and Caicos, the British West Indies islands on the Baha
Now that four seasons completed a $50 million renovation of its Manele Bay resort (808.565.2000,
When Canadian developer Michael Ryan acquired the old Holiday Inn on Seven Mile Beach in 1997, along with an adjoining parcel that gave hi
From a helicopter, the sea surrounding the Exuma island chain resembles a giant jigsaw puzzle: all bright green swirls and crescents inter
Barbuda is not overtly glamorous, which is exactly why some people favor this mostly barren, 64-square-mile island north of Antigua in the
Views of Santa Monica Bay and the Southern California coastline from Shutters on the Beach (310.458.0030,
By design, Acqualina, the Rosewood resort scheduled to open in February 2006 in Sunny Isles, Fla., will be all wet.
The hotels and resorts built by America’s turn-of-the-20th-century tycoons became the new gathering places of the affluent class.
The first afternoon aboard the megayacht Ti’a Moana, I hop a tender to one of the deserted islets that ring the volcanic island o
“Those aren’t our pilots, are they?” murmurs a passenger waiting for his flight in the private lounge at the Maldives’ Hulule airport.
Despite a new pool overlooking the Indian Ocean, a refurbished lobby, and a revamped restaurant menu and decor, Mauritius’ La Pirogue (+23
When Haze Richardson bought a 77-foot yacht with a friend in 1964, he had no intention of acquiring an island as well.
The waitress smiles as she places a loaded water pistol on the breakfast table in the dining room at St. Lucia’s Ladera Resort.