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Baltimore’s gabled mansion on the corner of Biddle and North Calvert Streets once again became the center of Mount Vernon’s social scene when it reopened as the Ivy Hotel.
Recognized by James Beard for outstanding design and food, this West Loop locale is a must. Thomas Schlesser’s cedar-wrapped interior evokes winemaking, and because wine is essential to Avec’s soul,...
Set amid the baroque structures of Puglia’s historic city of Lecce, La Fiermontina is a modern-day masseria that mirrors its storied surroundings.
New suites in the city that never sleeps. Hour House ❖ In July, the Mandarin Oriental, New York ( mandarinoriental.com ), unveiled 42 renovated suites featuring three distinct palettes—inspired by...
The Nelson Mandela Centre for Reconciliation in South Africa’s Shambala Private Game Reserve is available to travelers seeking an exclusive safari experience in the 24,700-acre wildlife reserve.
Samuel M. Nickerson’s former home—once Chicago’s largest private residence—was completed in 1883, and it stands as a magnificent reminder of the Gilded Age. Philanthropist Richard H. Driehaus...
The Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire's equestrian center launches riders to new levels.
Transforming the exteriors of buildings, public spaces, and notable properties, Luftwerk creates dynamic art installations that probe the meaning of place. Luftwerk’s Petra Bachmaier and Sean Gallero...
The One&Only Palmilla in Mexico charts a new course on its comeback from catastrophe.
This cultural institution—home to one of the city’s most remarkable permanent collections—is a quiet preserve of modern artworks by Richard Artschwager, Alexander Calder, Paul Klee, Henri Matisse,...
A new Austrian retreat Viva Mayr, Altaussee gives patients a true taste of wellness.
A couple searches for a few friendly neighbors on Mexico’s Costa Alegre.

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