Articles in Luxury Travel

Most golf getaways in the British Isles focus on the famed courses of Scotland and Ireland. But...
Photo by Warren Jagger
Ocean House, one of New England’s few remaining Victorian-era hotels, reopened in June after a five...
Photo Courtesy of The Saratoga Springs History Museum
The building at 867 Madison Avenue, known as the Rhinelander mansion, has served practically every...
Photo by Daniel Aubry
The Setai Club & Spa, which opened in New York’s Financial District earlier this year, caters...
Photo by Tim Braun
With nine children, 56 grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren, Jon and Karen Huntsman know all...
On September 1, the historic Pera Palace Hotel reopens after an extensive two-year restoration...
Photo ©Miz Watanabe/ www.aQuaStudio.co.nz
After a year-long renovation, the Matakauri Lodge on New Zealand’s South Island reopens on August...
The Chatwal Hotel opened August 8 in a 1905 landmark building at 130 West 44th Street in New York’...
While Solio Lodge may have just opened last week, Kenya’s enormous Solio Game Reserve, where it is...
Arizona’s award-winning L’Auberge de Sedona resort has recently completed a year-long $25-million...
As a result of an extensive renovation, the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek in Dallas—arguably the...
When the Staples Center opened in downtown Los Angeles in 1999, ticket holders for the venue’s...
In 1911, Crans-Montana distinguished itself as a ski destination by hosting the first major...
Photo by Niall Clutton
Daniel Boulud—the French-born chef who built his culinary career and restaurant empire in New York—...
Every year, Gail Nissly and her husband, Everett, take an adventurous journey far from their...
Like the surrounding desert, Armani Hotel Dubai derives much of its appeal from its general absence...
Photo by Jacques Straesslé
For most of the 20th century, Switzerland’s Hôtel du Parc was an exclusive retreat for European...
Photo by Peter Stuckings
Set on a rolling tea plantation on the fringe of Nyungwe National Park, Nyungwe Forest Lodge opened...
Photo by National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame
Few entertainments can match the pomp that Thoroughbred racing affords its spectators, as Jack...
The celebrated Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc on the Southern tip of the Cap d’Antibes in France has...

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