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  1. Miami Beach is known more for its flash than for its refinement. But the balmy beach city is in the midst of a cultural reawakening, fueled by premier art shows, world-class event venues, and new...
  2. The anchorman stands at the top of the cliff, securing a rope for the young islanders who swing like Tarzan from ledge to ledge below. Pausing from time to time, the daredevils inspect the tiny,...
  3. Families and weekend warriors looking for upscale mountain homes may find nirvana in this High Sierra enclave.
  4. Set within the Waterberg region, overlooking the lush Palala Valley, the 12,000-acre Leobo Private Reserve debuted on May 1 as one of Africa’s most exclusive safari destinations. The architects...
  5. Imposing yet graceful, Checkmate is a bona fide drama queen. The 145-foot Benetti yacht projects an edgy mien with its navy-blue hull, but guests will find sweet interiors in a cream-to-chocolate...
  6. There are ski houses, and then there is Chalet Zermatt Peak. From its mountainside perch, the chalet affords striking views of the Matterhorn and the village. To access the property, which has more...
  7. Occupying the entire top floor of the eight-story Regina Hotel Baglioni, the new 6,028-square-foot penthouse offers guests a residential oasis in the heart of the Eternal City. The Milan-based...
  8. A vacation villa in southeastern Italy’s Salentina Peninsula, the “heel” of the country, now offers more room for guests—and the same distinguished decor.
  9. “Jab, kick, jab, kick!” Khun Bee commands as I hurl my limbs awkwardly at the muay Thai master’s sparring pad. Bee, who runs the new martial-arts training program at the Siam hotel in Bangkok, has...
  10. In South Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains, Hotel Domestique opened in August among miles of scenic country roads mapped with bicycle routes for the riders the inn caters to. Why Go: This American take...

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