Within the walled city of Cartagena, Colombia, the conversion of colonial residences into boutique hotels has become a common practice.
With a few quick turns of the wheel, Lee Bennett steers his Land Rover away from the airstrip at Singita Grumeti Reserves, over a wooded hill, and out to the infinite savanna of northern
In 1848, when James Marshall discovered gold in California, travelers from the East Coast to San Francisco were essaying a perilous and prolonged undertaking.
Barbara Barrett was born to cross frontiers.
Lincoln design director Max Wolff faces a challenge. The American brand once represented the pinnacle of automotive luxury.
Heesen is well into the construction of the 213-foot, four-deck Project Omnia, which will be the Dutch shipbuilder’s largest vessel ever and the world’s first all-aluminum yacht with a f
For its inaugural property in Europe, the Hong Kong–based Peninsula Hotels has taken on a century-old Beaux-Arts building located steps from the Champs-Élysées and the Arc de Triomphe in
The Heidsieck name has been intimately associated with Champagne since 1785, when Florens-Louis Heidsieck established Heidsieck & Co. in Reims.
Technology keeps bringing the home-recreation room closer to the golf course.
Among the Americana treasures to be offered at New York’s Winter Antiques Show (www.winterantiquesshow.com