At Hotel William Gray, old meets new, and they get along quite well. Expect subtle sophistication in the rooms and local action in the lobby.
The lightweight device is a mobile library made for carry-on luggage and beach vacations.
Hiking, caving, climbing, jumping, swimming — all in a day’s work of canyoning in New Zealand, just 30 minutes outside of Auckland.
Vienna’s Ruby Marie hotel is built on the philosophy of “lean luxury.” There’s no room service, but who wants to stay cooped up in a hotel room anyway?
Viamede’s 165 acres include a beach, indoor and outdoor pools, and six kilometres of private forest trails — a charming city break where R&R is the priority.
High life on the rails is no longer exclusive to epic once-in-a-lifetime trips. Luxury touches can now be found everywhere from lounges at central stations to comfort in cabins and via entertainment in dining cars.
Writer Valerie Howes fell in love with this remote Canadian community — and so will you.
The group of young upstarts in Treviso behind this Prosecco is looking to capitalize on the growing popularity of this particular bubbly.
Goodbye soggy toasted sandwiches. Saviour Snacks’ boxes are comprised of six sweet and savoury eats, each less than 150 calories.
Billed “Venice on the mainland,” a stay in a Ville Venete offers guests the chance to live in and among history.
Ashford Castle is all about the details, and cycling around its estate shows off the best of the hotel and its neighbours.
Croatia’s winemakers don’t produce large enough yields to export their vintages, so it’s extremely unlikely you find any of the bottles being poured at D’Vino back home.
The Dean is more than a hotel; with a lobby bar and rotisserie grill and rooftop bar and restaurant, it’s a place people come for a mid-morning business meeting, hearty lunch on the go or a drink before a night out.
Tradewinds was founded on the principle that boats be treated as small boutique hotels. Book a cabin, meet new people and go with the wind.
Seeing Croatia by bicycle allows for a closer, more personal look at a country of contrasts — and the multiple stops for ice cream don’t hurt.
Prosecco-maker Bottega is attempting to recreate Venice’s bacaros around the world. Will it succeed? (We hope so.)
Neal’s Yard claims its balm is a cleanser, moisturizer, lip balm, eyebrow tamer and much more. We put it to the test.
On Kenya’s coast, Lamu made headlines when a tourist was kidnapped in 2011. Our writer visited recently to learn how the place is recovering.
“We wanted to restore this beautiful old building and celebrate the region, but also create a space where city folk can connect and feel at home.” Drake art curator Mia Nielsen on the new Devonshire Inn.
You’ll definitely want to save room for at least one of MAP Café’s sweet creations. But if you can admire the artful desserts for longer than three seconds before diving in, you have our respect.