Hotels & Resorts

Beyond currywursts and döners

Berlin is now seeing a surge of street food markets and fairs, which is a boon for both chefs and diners.

Aged to perfection

‘Old is gold’ has long been Soho House’s design ethos. Travel back in time to the Ottoman era at the hotel group’s newest outpost in Istanbul, where a 19th century palazzo has been restored to its former glory.

First light

With an abundance of crystal at its disposal, the Baccarat Hotel & Residences could have easily gone the route of blindingly garish. But when placed in the hands of the French and New Yorkers, the result is a lust-worthy property dripping with elegance and refinement – befitting of its prestigious address.

Bluer than blue coasts

Thriving with natural beauty and urban reform, the French Riviera has beckoned many to her doorsteps, leading them through the cobbled streets of Nice, the bust ports of Marseilles, and a quiet table atop the hill of Eze Village.

Alternative spring festivals

The sighting of the first blooms is also a welcome knell for the myriad of spirited festivities. Here’s a roundup of the rebirth celebrations in some of the world’s most exotic destinations.

All the right touches

The St. Regis Chengdu paves the way for an era of indulgence in China’s Tier 2 City.

Two’s company

Get lost in your bubble of bliss at these adults-only resorts.

Around the world in 15 food festivals

Too many to choose from and too little time? We’ve curated a must-visit list—from celeb-chef studded extravaganzas to intimate affairs with a close-knit feel—to keep you hungry throughout the year.

What the open road holds

A growing class of discerning and tech-savvy jetsetters will continue to fuel these five travel trends right into 2015.



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