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  1. Golf has a rich tradition of amateur architects, design neophytes who put their passion into a project and, on occasion, create something special. Though an unlikely pair of shaping savants, the...
  2. The Bay Course at Costa Navarino ( ) is the second of what will eventually be at least four courses at the sprawling Costa Navarino resort in Messenia, a historically...
  3. The Rosewood San Miguel de Allende (+52.415.152.9700, ) has brought a new level of luxury to San Miguel de Allende while staying true to the traditions of this former Spanish...
  4. Based strictly on accessibility, Minaret Station (+64.275.8898.65, ) is arguably the most exclusive resort in the world. Visitors fly in to this stunningly beautiful 65,000-...
  5. Opened in December, Amanruya (+90.252.311.12.12, ) is the third Mediterranean resort and 25th property worldwide from Singapore-based Amanresorts. The 36-villa retreat—located...
  6. 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, parkland, woodland...
  7. Location is not everything at Mandarin Oriental, Paris (+, ) , but the modern eight-story retreat is certainly well situated in the City of Light. The hotel’s...
  8. After the British took control of India in 1858, King George V moved the capital city from Calcutta to Delhi. British architect Sir Edwin Lutyens was commissioned to plan a new district in the city,...
  9. Set on the Thames riverfront in a sprawling Victorian-era Belle Epoque building, the Corinthia Hotel London (+44.20.7930.8181, ) has reshaped London’s luxury-hotel landscape...
  10. The International Commerce Center was designed to be Hong Kong’s highest building, piercing the sky at 1,883 feet. Government regulations, however, forbid structures from standing taller than the...