EMILY SELTER

Tee Time at Cabot Links

Cabot Links is the latest golf course to open onCape Breton Island on the northern tip of Nova Scotia, Canada. Designed by Rod Whitman, the 18-hole course is positioned on rugged, oceanfront terrain. Its design incorporates sandy soil with a dramatic seascape and the undulating Nova Scotia landscape. Cape Breton has six golf clubs, and […]

Sail and Dive with Jean-Michel Cousteau

Jean-Michel Cousteau, the oceanographer and environmentalist, and the son of the legendary Jacques Cousteau, will host four sailing trips on the luxury liner Paul Gauguin in 2013. Aboard the one-to-two-week voyages, Mr. Cousteau will offer a series of lectures about his work exploring the world’s oceans, and he will also accompany guests on several dives. […]

See the City and Rainforest in One Weekend

The Rosewood King Pacific Lodge, a luxury wilderness resort in British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest, is offering a new City to Rainforest package, which begins with a night at the Rosewood Hotel Georgia in Vancouver before guests move on to spend three nights at the King Pacific Lodge. The package was designed to provide visitors […]

Room with a View

Located on the shores of Lake Como in Italy, the Grand Hotel Tremezzo has created eight new luxurious suites on its rooftop, each with a private terrace featuring panoramic views of the lake, an outdoor Jacuzzi, and butler service. The eight rooms can be combined to create one expansive penthouse suite. Designed by Venelli Kramer, […]

Japan’s Foremost Female Artists on View in New York

Ceramics and calligraphy—considered Japan’s most significant art mediums—traditionally have been male-dominated art forms, and only recently have women been allowed to pursue these areas of study and apprenticeship. A new exhibit in New York will celebrate the work of five Japanese female ceramists and the country’s leading female calligrapher, who is 99 years old. Their […]