Located in the heart of Santiago’s bustling Centro neighbourhood, Hotel Magnolia is perhaps the Chilean capital’s happiest — and most beautiful — marriage of new and old.
The scenery is really the star of the show at Portugal’s Six Sense Douro Valley. Fortunately, the hotel knows how to celebrate it.
Retreats like The Source in Peru’s Sacred Valley bring together an eclectic patchwork of people seeking health and mindfulness.
At The Kahala, customer service reigns supreme. No request feels too big or small, and most desires need not be requested at all.
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.
Keen to seen Miami beyond the beach? The Langford, in the heart of the city’s downtown, offers key access to the art scene and more.
With room for just a dozen guests, the family-owned lodge of Camp Jabulani offers a truly intimate safari experience.
Long Beach Lodge Resort allows guests to explore the best of Tofino, B.C., from stormy skies and surf school to a menu full of local specialties.
Actress Natasha Mumba offers an itinerary for a relaxing day in Niagara-on-the-Lake, from water views to wine picks.
One of the smallest boutique hotels in Old Montreal, Hotel Gault is often booked to capacity, no doubt because of its warm, intimate feel.
On the surface, Baiersbronn looks like any other Black Forest town. But its restaurants combine to have as many Michelin stars as London or Chicago. What’s the draw for chefs?
As the hospitality industry expands into the lucrative members-only club market, it’s not too hard to feel like a traveller who’s on the outside looking in. What do these swishy places have that is so exclusive anyway?
The founders of To’ak didn’t set out to make the world’s most expensive chocolate, Rather, the cost is reflective of what goes into each bar.
Who better to teach the perfect bed-making technique than the team at the world’s No. 1 hotel? Hint: It’s all about the feathers!
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.
As hotels compete for an increasingly diverse — and busy — clientele, room service offers are diversifying too, with luxury options topping menus.
From airlines to old-guard luxury hotels, tourism offerings are making travel with pets easier (and cuter) than ever.
Our favourite reasons to hit the road this winter include seeing the Northern Lights in the Yukon and cycling along the coast of Vietnam.
In our second issue, we take a peek behind the first-class curtain to investigate the increasingly competitive luxury travel market.
For all its glamour, the Ritz in Montreal is remarkably unstuffy and refreshing. “That’s conscious,” general manager Andrew Torriani says.