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  1. The owners and management at the Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane ( +44.20.7499.0888, ) had planned to tear down and replace their four-decade-old property. They eventually...
  2. When his Highness Moham­med VI, king of Morocco, decided to build a new luxury hotel in Marrakech, his demands were simple. He did not care how long it would take or how much it would cost; all he...
  3. The brilliant white sand of Petite Anse beach separates Mahé island’s lush green jungle from the bright-blue waters of the Indian Ocean, forming a striking setting for the Four Seasons Resort...
  4. With a 2,200-acre private ski area and a Tom Weiskopf golf course, the Yellowstone Club has been a standout among resort communities since its opening in 2000. Now the Big Sky, Mont., club has...
  5. The line between destination clubs and fractional-ownership programs has become increasingly blurred in recent years. The Ritz-Carlton Destination Club is a prime example, combining elements of both...
  6. The leader in the destination club industry and a veteran of Robb Report ’s Best of the Best award, Exclusive Resorts achieved $66 million in sales in 2010—a 50 percent increase over the previous...
  7. Only one of this year’s Best of the Best courses is not on or near an ocean. In fact, at Huntsman Springs (208.354.9660, ) —a resort community located about 45 minutes from...
  8. The Australian island of Tasmania is now home to two of the world’s top courses. Barnbougle Dunes, designed by Tom Doak and Michael Clayton, opened in 2004 to universal acclaim. Last October, the...
  9. The Bahamas have long been a place for good but not great golf. Last July’s opening of the Baker’s Bay Golf Club (242.577.0635, ) changed that—but only for a select few...
  10. More golf courses closed than opened in the United States last year, and the industry experienced a significant drop in rounds played. Yet at least one Amer­ican golf institution showed signs of life...