It’s time for a greener standard in the make of luxury hotels.
The self-described “Baliophile” and mastermind behind the sweeping new Capella Ubud shares his drive to protect the island’s beauty.
Designed by famed architect (and self-proclaimed Baliophile) Bill Bensley, the property’s jungle-shrouded canvas tents are more than just dreamy.
From hot springs in Iceland to haute carryalls, our experts call out the designs and destinations they’re drawn to this season.
Capella Telluride, which opened in February as Capella Hotels and Resorts’ first property in the United States, does things a little differently—as you discover shortly after checking in. The reception desk sits in an attractive, light-filled lobby with stone floors, high beamed ceilings, and a tiered glass-plate chandelier that hovers above the fireplace. Like most […]
Perhaps it was the Champagne that put me in the mood to go parasailing. Never in my life had I considered being pulled through the air by a motorboat, but then, never before had I drunk two glasses of Dom Pérignon Vintage 1999 at breakfast. Within half an hour of the meal, one of the […]
Horst Schulze’s career, which he began as a bellboy in his native Germany at the age of 14, could have culminated triumphantly when he reinvented Ritz-Carlton Hotels while serving as president, COO, and, ultimately, vice chairman of the company from 1988 through 2002. But Schulze, now 66, could not bring himself to retire. “Some people […]