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Visitors seeking a break from the sensory overload that is New Delhi, India, need only find the...
The Palacio Duhau-Park Hyatt is one of dozens of mansions that Buenos Aires’ aristocracy built in...
At the Four Seasons Hotel, Cairo at Nile Plaza, lobby lizards prowl the glittering public spaces...
Once the private home of Maharaja Gaj Singh II, the Umaid Bhawan is a 215,000-square-foot sandstone...
From their perch atop the highest of Amman’s seven hills, guests by the pool at the Four Seasons...
Operatic voices echo off the white plaster walls in the lobby at Mollies, a 14-suite hotel near...
In an age of stripped-down modernism, the new Merchant Hotel in Belfast, Northern Ireland, is a...
Complementing the over-water rooms at the St. Regis, which opened summer 2006 on one of Bora-Bora’s...
St. Martin's La Samanna is more exclusive than ever, thanks to several recent additions and...
French hoteliers Jocelyne and Jean-Louis Sibuet converted four 14th-century buildings into this...
Most travelers to South Africa view Johannesburg as a necessary evil, a requisite stopover on the...
In 1887, four Armenian brothers, the Sarkies, opened a then-10-room property on Beach Road, naming...
Ahu Aysal, owner of the new Hôtel Les Ottomans in Istanbul, Turkey, claims to have spent more than...
Set on a five-acre, oceanfront site within the Mauna Lani Resort, the Bungalows at Mauna Lani...
Part of the Malaysian capital’s massive City Centre complex, the 30-story Mandarin Oriental sits...
Like an ocean liner permanently moored along Cape Town’s lively waterfront, the Cape Grace hotel...
In opening this much-anticipated new spa, no detail escaped the eyes of mother-daughter team...
From the rooftop bar of the Caravelle Hotel, Vietnam War correspondents watched U.S. Air Force jets...
Built to resemble a sheikh’s royal summer retreat, Al Qasr features intricate mosaics, panels, and...
Unlike many Victorian-era cities around the world, Melbourne has retained much of its 19th-century...

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