Stay at the Fairmont Vancouver Airport (604.207.5200, www.fairmont
Health, fitness, and sophistication are concepts not commonly associated with Las Vegas.
When it was built in 1931, London’s Dorchester hotel raised eyebrows among some Englishmen who preferred their hotels to be understated, monastic, and no more lively than the charts room of the Ro
Dawn was just breaking over the Paris skyline as my limousine moved down the Champs-Elysées and turned onto a quiet, tree-lined side street before slowing to a stop in front of an elegant, white s
Nashville, Tenn., long renowned for country music and the Grand Ole Opry, has never enjoyed a comparable reputation for world-class lodging.
Hotel Bel-Air is not for those seeking the hip Hollywood or California beach scenes.
The Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi, which opened in October adjacent to Tokyo Station, is a perfect base from which to experience the city’s energy and vigor.
A home-cooked meal is a source of comfort rarely found while traveling.
For more than 100 years, princes and princesses, maharajas and sultans, presidents and prime ministers have visited this London landmark.
Discerning visitors to Washington, D.C., especially those with an appreciation for America’s past, can now enjoy staying in the historic building that even Charles Dickens, who loathed the federal
Reconstructing the top floors of the Four Seasons Hotel New York (212.758.5700, www.fourseasons.com) is of personal interest to renowned a
Ever since its opening in 1911, the Hôtel Plaza Athénée has been considered the epitome of understated elegance. Now, after a hugely successful renovation, the hotel fairly glitters.
It didn’t take long after the September 11 attacks for New York City to pull out all the stops and regain its glamour.
Upon your arrival, the glory of Venice strikes you. It is present in the architecture of the palaces, churches, and squares.
In the world of the Parisian sidewalk café, where rudeness is no more remarkable than cracks in the pavement, Jean Francois, the waiter at La Palette on the rue de Seine in St-Germain, looms as a