The Nayara Springs hot-springs resort opens at the base of Costa Rica’s Arenal Volcano.
Whale-shark sightings and empty surf breaks are among the draws at Maalifushi by Como, the first resort to open in the Maldives’ remote Thaa Atoll.
For soccer fans, the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil will undoubtedly be the sporting event of the year.
The long-awaited Ritz-Carlton, Aruba, arrives on Palm Beach.
Imposing yet graceful, Checkmate is a bona fide drama queen.
Just 14 lucky guests will get an unparalleled view of the untouched mangrove swamps, six miles of waterways, and some 200 species of wildlife native to Mayakoba, Mexico, as a part of the Wildlife
Le Marche, Italy
Brimming with picturesque fjords, glistening glaciers, and exotic wildlife, Chilean Patagonia has long been a photographer’s paradise.
In the 1960s and ’70s, Mustique Island, a three-and-a-half-mile-long expanse of powdery beaches and cedar forests in the heart of the Grenadines archipelago, was a hotbed o
At 86, golf architect Pete Dye is still in full swing. The energetic octogenarian has a half dozen new projects in Latin America alone, most in conjunction with his son Perry.
Casa de Campo in the Dominican Republic has recently completed a $40 million renovation.
A tall, smartly dressed man captains the seven-minute ferry between his home island of Antigua and Jumby Bay, the private-island retreat located just offshore.
Virgin Gorda is home to Little Dix Bay, a Rosewood resort on a half-mile crescent beach. The resort is a good spot for a group of families traveling together or for an extended-family vacation.
The atmosphere is cool and dark within Awasi’s eight adobe houses, each of which has a straw roof and outdoor shower.
From the 33rd-floor helipad at the top of the St. Regis Mexico City, it is easy to overlook the Mexican capital’s flaws.
Set in one of the most beautiful locations of any resort—on a narrow isthmus at the tip of the Papagayo Peninsula, with sandy beaches on both sides—the Four Seasons offers a great introduction to
Few places on Earth have as dense a concentration of first-rate resorts as Mexico’s Los Cabos corridor.
Set on a broad sandy beach near the tip of Baja California, Las Ventanas appears at first as a quaint village, a collection of white stucco structures situated around courtyards and gardens that d
The red-cedar door to your suite at Capella Ixtapa opens not to a room but to a view.
David Copperfield once spent $1 million restoring an antique Orient Express train car, just so he could make it disappear in front of a live audience.
Located 26 miles south of Cancún, the Mandarin occupies a mile-long, 150-yard-wide sliver of land that stretches from the region’s main highway to the Caribbean Sea.
Following the flight from Buenos Aires, visitors to the Four Seasons Resort Carmelo in Uruguay sip lemongrass iced tea from ceramic tumblers while checking into their bi-level suites.
The Eden Rock, a fixture on St. Bart’s for nearly six decades, recently added a sleek new wing that more than doubled the number of guest rooms to 33.
From Punta Mita’s lobby, paths bordered by fragrant landscaping lead to a series of two- and three-story red-tile-roof buildings on the hillsides above the bay.
The Hotel Salto Chico is an ecotourist’s minimalist dream: The white structure of slate, copper, and cypress and lenga woods presents a striking complement to the glaciers, granite massifs, pampas
Most of the daytime action at the sun-soaked Copacabana Palace, located across the street from Rio de Janeiro’s popular Copacabana Beach, takes place around the hotel’s majestic swimming pool.
At the center of the Cotton House estate stands an old sugar mill surrounded by gardens and a boot-shaped swimming pool.
Parrot Cay’s timber-clad beach villas and houses, which line the dunes that extend from the main hotel, have screened porches and wooden decks overlooking the seascape.
Necker Island, a Caribbean private island resort owned by Virgin conglomerate founder Sir Richard Branson, has evolved rapidly since he acquired it in 1982.
The One&Only Palmilla, which underwent a $90 million renovation in 2003, is a 250-acre seaside resort with Spanish-wrought iron gates, heavy Mission-style doors, and a courtyard surrounded by