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  1. Colorado’s peak skiing experience this winter can be found at Beaver Creek ( www.beavercreek.com ), where a new $50,000 five-night trip for four comes with a slew of powder-themed perks. Available...
  2. Sparkle and Shine ❖ Culminating a two-year, $140 million renovation, the New York Palace ( www.newyorkpalace.com ) completed two 5,000-square-foot triplex suites (from $25,000 per night) in September...
  3. In 2012, Los Angeles–based architectural conservator and interior designer Xorin Balbes finished converting a century-old plantation estate on Haleakala Crater’s western-facing slope into Lumeria...
  4. Located an hour’s drive from Augusta National Golf Club, Georgia’s Ritz-Carlton Lodge, Reynolds Plantation, is aiming to lure PGA Tour fans who want to play golf, rather than simply spectate, during...
  5. Following a $130 million transformation, the Rosewood London ( www.rosewoodhotels.com ) swung open its immense wrought iron gates last October to reveal a refined modern hotel that honors its belle...
  6. The Crans Ambassador ( www.cransambassador.ch ) debuted in the Swiss Alps ski town of Crans-Montana in the early 1970s with an unorthodox design—a jumbo chalet with a silhouette mirroring the Dents...
  7. Spread over 29 beachfront acres some 15 miles south of Cancún, the new Nizuc Resort and Spa ( www.nizuc.com ) presents a mellow alternative to the spring break–style party palaces of its northern...
  8. Since the Aga Khan founded the Costa Smeralda more than 50 years ago, the ritzy resort development has been the place to see and be seen on Sardinia. For visitors who want an occasional break from...
  9. In Baccarat’s 250 years of operation, the French glassworks has outfitted many of the world’s finest residences, producing stemware, chandeliers, and other items for clients who have included King...
  10. Set among emperors’ palaces and Shinto shrines, the ryokan (inns) of Kyoto, Japan, have long been the preferred rest stops in the former imperial capital. Inside the inns, simple accommodations—...

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