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  1. Perched on the rim of a dramatic gorge, Alila Jabal Akhdar christens the Sultanate of Oman’s newest luxury travel destination. Why Go: Three years ago, Sultan Qaboos issued a decree to establish an...
  2. Two of the world’s most celebrated shorelines—the Amalfi Coast and Santa Monica State Beach—will come together this week when Southern California’s Shutters on the Beach welcomes Positano’s Le...
  3. The Norman stirs up the roar of the 1920s in the thoroughly exuberant city of Tel Aviv. Why Go: Right next to the treelined Rothschild Boulevard, the Norman has unassumingly moved into a bustling,...
  4. Ahead of September’s 2014 Ryder Cup in Scotland, the country estate of Cromlix reopens on April 1. Why Go: A few years after attending his brother’s wedding on the property, the Wimbledon champion...
  5. Guests who stay at the St. Regis Deer Valley in Park City, Utah, can embark on a daylong private ski tour led by the two-time Olympian and World Cup champion skier Shannon Bahrke. Offered as a part...
  6. The Saint Hotel in New Orleans’s French Quarter has debuted five new luxury suites, each named for an angel (one fallen) or saint: Michael, Christopher, Gabriel, Raphael, and Lucifer. Their interiors...
  7. Indura Beach and Golf Resort coaxes luxury travelers to add Honduras to their Central American itineraries. Why Go: Although the U.S. government’s travel warning for Honduras stands, the sleepy...
  8. The riverfront Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto , brings a new level of luxury hotel to Japan’s former capital. Why Go: Kyoto has been called one of Japan’s most beautiful cities. Among the city center,...
  9. The 40-minute flight from Male International Airport to Cheval Blanc Randheli passes over a spectacular patchwork of fringing reefs, white sands, and infinite shades of blue in the Indian Ocean. But...
  10. From its hillside setting above the Indian Ocean, the new Rimba Jimbaran Bali affords front-row views of the Indonesian island’s blood-red sunsets. The 282-room resort, which opened in September on...

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