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VistaJet Reveals Bombardier Global 7500 Fleet

By Alex Martin

VistaJet has become the first private aviation company to introduce a commercial fleet of Bombardier Global 7500 aircraft, the largest and longest-range business jet in the world. The state-of-the-art jet has set new industry standards in a number of different areas since its official launch earlier this year. It is the longest in its class at just over 54ft; it […]

Inside the David Brown Automotive Speedback Silverstone

By Alexandra Cheney

Performance-led grand tourer meets continental cruiser in the Speedback Silverstone Edition, a bespoke automobile from David Brown Automotive, a Silverstone, England-based small-batch manufacturer. Employing the original chassis, transmission and suspension from a Jaguar XKR, Brown Automotive then custom-builds the aluminum body to house the 601 hp, 5.0 liter supercharged V8 vehicle. With its sleek, extended side skirts, enlarged side vents […]

Michelin Guide New York: The 2020 List in Full

By Alex Martin

The Michelin Guide 2020 for New York and Westchester has once again proven the city to be the country’s top dining destination with 100 stars shared across 76 restaurants. The new guide welcomed eight restaurants to its one-star tier while two restaurants gained two-star status. The biggest winner of the night was Blue Hill at Stone Barns, which came straight […]

A Long Weekend in Macau

22nd October 2019 // By Kate Springer A tiny speck in the South China Sea, just an hour by ferry west of Hong Kong, Macau never fails to charm visitors with its unexpected mix of Portuguese and Chinese cultures. A Portuguese colony from the mid-16th century until 1999, when sovereignty was transferred to mainland China, Macau has seen an astonishing […]

The 9 Best Hotel Suites in San Francisco

By Kristen Shirley

San Francisco proudly bears a reputation as one of the most diverse and quirkiest cities in the US. The city and the neighboring Silicon Valley are the epicenter of global technology; there is a strong cultural presence with world-class museums and art galleries; its Chinatown is the oldest and largest in the US.  There is no shortage of incredible sights […]

Cocktail of the Week: International Champagne Day

By Emma Reynolds

There’s nothing quite as exquisite as a crisp glass of bubbly champagne, and (like everything else) there’s now an entire day dedicated to this effervescent spirit. At Elite Traveler, we think that International Champagne Day should be celebrated all weekend, which is why we we’re highlighting one of the most elevated experiences you can have to celebrate the global day. In […]

Men’s Fall Fashion: All About Corduroy

By Kristen Shirley

The Seventies are back in full force. The resurgence of corduroy (although this time, it’s tailored and elevated) heralds a new era for the fabric — wear it in traditional blazer form, an unexpected jacket or a sleek loafer. Above: Salvatore Ferragamo corduroy puffer jacket, $2,600, button-down shirt, $630, t-shirt, $430, trousers, $730, Salvatore Ferragamo in New York, +1 212 […]

Hublot Unveils Innovative Green Big Bang MP-11

By Alex Martin

Hublot is celebrating a significant step forward in its ultra-technical and contemporary design with the release of a Big Bang MP-11 made with an innovative material never before used in watchmaking. Having made huge investments in the industrialization of sapphire, Hublot has been able to offer watches in several colors such as black, yellow, blue and red. However, a true […]

The Bird Island at Les Sources de Caudalie, Bordeaux

By Samantha Coles

In the south of Bordeaux surrounded by 190 acres of vineyards lies Les Sources de Caudalie, a halcyon hotel and spa. The setting is picture-perfect: full of pastoral beauty, with ducks occupying the tranquil ponds, horses working in the vineyards and bumblebees buzzing through the pretty, fragrant gardens. You’ll find the signature suite, L’Île aux Oiseaux (The Bird Island), suspended […]

Great Heights Launches Luxury Lab-Grown Diamonds Range

By Alex Martin

An ambitious new company is promising to change the diamond market for the better by offering ethically and environmentally sourced stones. Great Heights launches in New York this week with a range of lab-grown diamonds that are just as precious as the natural counterpart but are completely free from sourcing concerns. With the launch of its debut collection, Great Heights […]