The famous grand hotel in Amsterdam reopened in June as part of Sofitel’s new Legend brand.
With only a handful of courses scattered across its parched, garrigue-carpeted landscape, the Mediterranean island of Cyprus is not the first place that comes to mind as a warm-weather g
On the heels of similar conversion projects in Cambodia, China, and Sri Lanka, Singapore-based Amanresorts is set to reveal its largest restoration effort to date: an 82-acre compound on
Since 1867, the Amstel has been a fixture on the banks of its namesake river in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
When Greta Garbo said, “I want to be alone,” she was in a Grand Hotel in a different city. But whenever the reclusive star visited her hometown in Sweden, she stayed at the Grand Hôtel Stockholm.
Few hotels offer a more magnificent prospect than that of Gresham Palace, Four Seasons’ Art Nouveau landmark on the banks of the Danube in Budapest, Hungary.
Turn-of-the-20th-century Finnish composer Jean Sibelius is said to have seen music in shapes and colors.
Brussels, capital of Belgium and of the European Union, should never be described as stodgy; the city flaunts its eccentricities like an art- house film.
After arriving by rail with trunks and suitcases—and a parade of servants carrying parcels, packages, and monogrammed silver—early visitors to Zagreb’s Regent Esplanade were swept directly from th
The Hotel D’Angleterre stands as Copenhagen’s, if not Scandinavia’s, finest hotel.
In Hotel Le Regina’s La Rotisserie restaurant, old Warsaw is alive and well with such Polish classics as gefilte fish with cod, pot au feu, and, on Sundays, “linner,” the city’s take on the late b
King Wenceslas II of Bohemia founded Prague’s St.
The strange beauty of the 27-hole layout at Lübker Golf Resort (+126.96.36.199.00, www.lubker.com) springs from its combination of the ex
Thanks in part to native PGA stars like Thomas Bjørn, golf is booming in Denmark.
Looming over a Brussels suburb like a magnum opus for atomic energy is the Atomium, a structure representing an atom that has been magnified 165 billion times.
The 99-room Mandarin Oriental, Prague (+420.233.088.888, www.mandarinoriental.com) sits in the heart of the Czech ci
When traveling in style next year, you’ll have a host of fresh and intriguing choices to choose from.