Articles in Luxury Travel

When in 1981 Lord Charles Forte attempted to acquire the Savoy Group, a most prestigious collection...
All 24 rooms at Jade Mountain, a resort-within-a-resort at the 600-acre Anse Chastanet on St. Lucia...
Le Sereno, a resort of 37 suites and villas on St. Bart’s Grand Cul-de-Sac cove, is the lodging...
When César Ritz opened Rome’s Le Grand Hotel in 1894, the Swiss hotelier introduced new levels of...
Opened in 2002, this private island retreat was the first over-water villa hotel in the Maldives,...
Brussels, capital of Belgium and of the European Union, should never be described as stodgy; the...
In the late 1880s, Dresdner Bank AG, one of Germany’s Big Three financial institutions, moved its...
Amandari appears to be an authentic teak-and-stone artist’s village, set among the terraced rice...
With the completion of the Ty Warner Penthouse, set 52 stories above street level, the Four Seasons...
Like mainsails straining against a spar, the concave- and convex-walled towers of the new...
Tourists to Sydney, Australia, often scale the 440-foot-tall Sydney Harbour Bridge to glimpse what...
If the Hotel del Coronado is San Diego’s grande dame of beach resorts, the U S Grant is her...
Modeled after Mogul palaces and traditional havelis, the Amanbagh is a regal oasis near the...
During winter’s aqua alta, or high-water season, Venetians forgo designer shoes and instead slosh...
It may be a stretch to suggest that the course of World War II changed in the spring of 1944 when...
Like the city itself, the Ritz-Carlton in Santiago, Chile, is a fine orchestration of classical and...
The Cloister opened in 1928 as an intimate 46-room hotel, designed by Addison Mizner. Almost 80...
After arriving by rail with trunks and suitcases—and a parade of servants carrying parcels,...
Thalassotherapy goes to new depths at this decadent new over-water spa. And thalasso junkies are...
Jao Camp’s Balinese-themed buildings were constructed without cutting any trees; instead only...

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