This idyllic enclave overlooks the pristine sands of Long Bay Beach and the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea.
Forget Southern California casual: From its majestic artwork to its Mediterranean ambience and Tuscan-inspired architecture, this resort evokes the grandeur and grace of a Renaissance painting.
Ancient people once gathered on Camelback Mountain to make offerings to their gods. Today, this peaceful setting continues to awe and inspire.
For more than 100 years, princes and princesses, maharajas and sultans, presidents and prime ministers have visited this London landmark.
At this safari-style camp, you’ll follow the footsteps of early explorers, revel in solitude and serenity, and share a pioneer’s sense of wonder as you gaze upon sweeping views across red-earth sa
This is the first resort on beautiful Mai Khao Beach, adjacent to Sirinat Marine National Park and a sea turtle nesting area.
Test your sea legs on the newly launched Island Explorer at the Four Seasons’ 12-acre private island resort.
Chetek, Wis., might not be the first place that leaps to mind when you are mulling over romantic getaway spots, but it happens to be home to the only Midwestern resort that has earned membership i
It takes only a short stroll along Middleburg’s leafy streets to confirm that you have arrived in one of America’s equestrian capitals.
Reminiscent of a tranquil Mexican village, Esperanza—the newest Auberge resort—combines Baja’s relaxed sensibilities with five-star luxury.
Here in the remote Seychelles Islands off the African coast, you’ll find crystal waters, coral reefs, verdant gardens, palm tree–fringed coastline, and unspoiled white-sand beaches.
As with wines, many of us stick to what we know: Just as we cling to our Silver Oak, our Pétrus, our Phelps Insignia, so do we adhere, in the case of resorts, to the safe, the familiar, the comfor
Monaco's Villa La Vigie, which at various times was home to Karl Lagerfeld and to Princess Caroline, is now available for weekly, monthly, or year-round rental.
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
It was a drizzly morning in Kirkwall, a village in Scotland’s rugged Orkney Islands, but the villagers ignored the damp to gather on the dock and gaze agog at the mysterious craft floating serenel
Hardy souls who sleep with the window open in February can take that concept a step further by checking in for a night at the Ice Hotel (877.505.0423,
While Scots celebrate their legendary toughness—manifest over the centuries by their kicking the Romans off their shores, rejecting English rule, and relishing their proclivity for haggis—truth be
The accidental traveler is fast becoming extinct.
As the train rumbled north, the skyscrapers and bridges of Manhattan swiftly fell away.
It is 25 degrees on a snowy February morning, and I am skiing in shorts and a T-shirt. Instead of snow, a carpeted treadmill rolls swiftly underfoot.
I went to Vienna to waltz.
Treat your favorite foursome to an adventure that could go down in golf history.
True romantics everywhere will swoon over Perrier-Jouët’s romp through France and Italy.
Several years ago, New York architect and interior designer Carlos Aparicio, accompanied by one of his clients, visited a Paris furniture gallery, where they saw the hanging fixture of the client’
It is a tricky business, building new links golf courses in Ireland. The standards for comparison, such as Ballybunion, Lahinch, Portrush, and County Down, are quite lofty.
Golf, sport, travel, and real estate come together in this unique package from the Carnegie Clubs, Peter de Savary’s exclusive members-only retreats.
It is just after 9 o’clock on a Sunday morning, and our group of two dozen is making its way to a room in the basement of a museum in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Italy’s culture, once the inspiration for generations of poets, is in danger of becoming homogenized by the rest of the Western world.
“Big Sky?” the question inevitably comes. “Is there really a town by that name? I thought it referred to the state.” Which, of course, it does.
Reconstructing the top floors of the Four Seasons Hotel New York (212.758.5700, www.fourseasons.com) is of personal interest to renowned a