For his second hotel venture, Giorgio Armani headed home to Italy.
The famous grand hotel in Amsterdam reopened in June as part of Sofitel’s new Legend brand.
Now on view in Hong Kong is the future of five-star hotels.
Although the private club remains alive and well (see "Nightlife Ascending," page 113), at no point in history did it play so si
After planning the wedding, the next big decision is the honeymoon, and Absolute Travel, a company that specializes in cu
Attention, thrill-seekers and advanced skiers. The Little Nell ski resort in Aspen, Colo., is offering two new heli-skiin
Those who enjoy the service and accommodations at Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts can now indulge in a 22-day Around the
From January 27 through January 29, the Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort in Naples, Fla., will host 550 wine enthusiasts for three days of meals a
The Black Diamond Ranch private golf community in Lecanto, Fla., located about halfway between the Tampa and Orlando airp
For those who wish to do more than just savor Italian food and wines, Milan’s Hotel Principe di Savoia has introduced coo
The Metropolitan London’s new spa, the Como Shambhala Urban Escape, delivers a multitude of indulgent and therapeutic opt
Spread over two jungle-covered islands in the Maldives’ southern Dhaalu Atoll, Per Aquum’s Niyama is the follow-up to Huvafen Fushi, a landma
As might be expected from a designer whose creative influences include comic John Cleese and fellow designer Philippe Starck, the mood set by
From the streets of downtown Frankfurt, the gleaming 25-story tower that houses the Jumeirah Frankfurt is immediately recognizable for its as
Owned by Heineken International, Amsterdam’s De L’Europe was the favorite hotel of the Dutch beer brewer’s engaging CEO Alfred “Freddy” Hein
The original residents of 701 Stone Canyon Road—one of Los Angeles’ most enviable addresses—did not have their names emblazoned on movie-thea
A lot has changed at Petit St. Vincent since the 115-acre Caribbean private-island resort closed for renovations last summer.
After undergoing a complete redesign, Botswana’s San Camp reopened in July amid a thin stand of ilala palms on the fringe of the Makgadikgadi
Traveling by boat through Bangkok’s Dusit district, one cannot help but notice the traditional Thai houses that stand on stilts at the edge o
Commissioned to build a five-star hotel in Marrakech, American architect Stuart Church was presented with a 124-acre site in the Palmeraie d
The city of Venice may be sinking into the Adriatic Sea, but it is doing so in style.
Since 1778, people have been journeying to West Virginia’s White Sulphur Springs to bathe in the city’s healing waters.
Located in the Sierra Madre mountains along the border between Colorado and Wyoming, the 200,000-acre Three Forks Ranch (
Looking out to a cloudless sunset over turquoise water, Rachel Buchner recalls a rainy day about four years ago.
“One does not travel by plane,” Karen Blixen once wrote.
Richard Kessler is a man of many interests—and many outlets for those interests.
The Bellagio resort and casinoinLas Vegas is opening a 12,000-square-foot, indoor-outdoor nightlife venue, Hyde Lounge Bellagio