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Though the Seattle Art Fair held its inaugural event at the height of summer—a sleepy time of year in the art world—the 4-day affair last August proved the most successful new show of 2015. Microsoft...
Mandarin Oriental’s first outpost in Africa is a true spectacle, where a double-height lobby is adorned with zellige tiles, and 50 acres of olive groves and gardens are set against a backdrop of snow...
Giant gold columns and red-velvet sofas may not be everyone’s taste, but there is no denying that this South American import is a showstopper. Alan Faena, the Argentine developer behind Buenos Aires’...
Fendi has made the jump from haute couture to hospitality with the opening of this seven-suite hotel within the fashion house’s former headquarters overlooking Rome’s Via dei Condotti. High style...
The brick building that anchors Four Seasons’ new Bogotá hotel was designed by the Colombian architect Santiago Medina Mejia in the 1940s as a collection of private residences. The 62-room property...
Angama Mara has given Kenya renewed clout as the definitive safari destination. Opened in July along a 1,000-foot-high rim overlooking the Great Rift Valley, the camp affords unmatched views of the...
The Four Seasons Resort Lanai is what a Hawaiian beach resort should be. Reopened in February after an enthusiastic overhaul led by the hotel’s (and island’s) new owner, Larry Ellison, the secluded...
Ireland’s most storied country resort was the comeback of the year, thanks to a $75 million renovation by its deep-pocketed new owners, the Red Carnation Hotel Collection. The French designer...
Seventeenth-century elegance and modern Italian design come together seamlessly at this Puglian retreat in the historic town of Lecce. A contemporary masseria , the property blends traditional...
Leave it to Oakley founder James Jannard to take the private-island experience to new extremes. Vatuvara Private Islands—the U.S. entrepreneur’s new retreat spread across four secluded islands in...

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