With its lush volcanic coastline, Kauai has long been the Hawaiian island of choice for hikers and other outdoor enthusiasts.
Unveiled last june in what designer Tom Weiskopf calls "one of most beautiful settings I have ever seen," the Castiglion del Bosco Golf Club (+39.0577.1913001,
Golf has a rich tradition of amateur architects, design neophytes who put their passion into a project and, on occasion, create something special.
The Bay Course at Costa Navarino (www.costanavarinogolf.com) is the second of what will eventuall
The Rosewood San Miguel de Allende (+52.415.152.9700, www.rosewoodhotels.com) has brought a new leve
Based strictly on accessibility, Minaret Station (+64.275.8898.65, www.minaretstation.com) is arguab
Opened in December, Amanruya (+90.252.311.12.12, www.amanresorts.com) is the third Mediterranean resort
Built in 1822 as the home of British baronet Sir Charles Coote, Ballyfin Demesne was once Ireland’s most lavish Regency mansion, the centerpiece of a 614-acre estate of esplanades, parkl
Location is not everything at Mandarin Oriental, Paris (+188.8.131.52.78.88, www.mandarinoriental.com)
After the British took control of India in 1858, King George V moved the capital city from Calcutta to Delhi.
Set on the Thames riverfront in a sprawling Victorian-era Belle Epoque building, the Corinthia Hotel London (+44.20.7930.8181,
The International Commerce Center was designed to be Hong Kong’s highest building, piercing the sky at 1,883 feet.
Los Angeles’s iconic Hotel Bel-Air—a woodsy, storybook getaway complete with resident swans—has been the preferred city retreat of Hollywood royalty for 65 years.
Spread across three basement-level floors of a new 15-story, 78-room hotel, Espa at the Istanbul Edition (+90.212.317.7700,
High above the chaos that is Bangkok’s central business district, the Elemis Spa at the St.
Space is at a premium in London, relegating many establishments, spas included, to the dark and dank confines of the city’s basements.
Since their introduction nearly 14 years ago, destination clubs have become popular with affluent travelers looking to vacation in, but not own, multimillion-dollar homes worldwide.
On Barbados’s Platinum Coast, One Sandy Lane reigns.
Singular style and robust brawn typically distinguish the most compelling cruisers from lesser specimens, but those qualities often come at a premium.
As sportbikes continue to shed weight and gain power, such improvements might reach a point of diminishing returns.
Confederate Motors has been building ambitiously designed, hand-assembled motorcycles since 1991, but for its latest creation, the Birmingham, Ala.–based manufacturer has introduced a ne
Touring bikes are specialized machines designed to make the miles melt away, but their narrow purpose is their drawback.
If BMW’s slogan of "building the ultimate driving machine" refers to its vehicles’ muscle and punch, it does not apply to the BMW 650i convertible (
Replete with style, speed, and a set of wings that stretch skyward, the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG coupe (the modern-day Gullwing) became one of the most coveted sports cars when it arrived i
An advocate of excess, Oscar Wilde would have made a perfect pitchman for the Bentley Continental GTC (www.ben
Aston martin is a boutique builder of beauties—luxury sports cars that cling tightly to the past yet never show their age.
Ferrari purists seldom are followers of soft-top fashion, preferring the marque’s rigid berlinettas and their beautiful flowing forms to the canvas-roofed spiders.
The standard version of the Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Coupe is not in short supply of power, with 451 hp pumping to the rear wheels.
Most Jaguar disciples considered the standard Jaguar XK coupe and roadster—with their 5-liter engines and 385 hp—naughty enough.
In an age of paddle-shift automatics, button-controlled suspension modes, shift-mapping software, and driver-tuned exhausts, the Ford Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Seca (