The ultimate guide to every major destination, for the elite traveler. Join us as we tour the world’s best hotels, the finest restaurants and all of the world’s leading luxury travel offerings.


Ibiza Gran Hotel


Perfectly located in Ibiza Town, the Ibiza Gran Hotel is close enough to the vibrant nightlife but away from the noise. The stylish hotel also faces two marinas, Marina Botafoch and Marina Ibiza, so it’s the ideal spot if you’re arriving by yacht. There are gorgeous art displays throughout the hotel, including pieces by Fernando Botero and Antoni Llena. The […]

Borgo Egnazia

Savelletri di Fasano, Italy

Open all year round, Borgo Egnazia was designed to blend with the nearby Apulian village of Savelletri di Fasano, where the hills of the Itria Valley gently fall away to the Adriatic Sea. The resort is a tribute to traditional regional architecture, incorporating hand-cut tufo stone and featuring small windows and porches typical of the region. Borgo Egnazia is a […]

Divani Apollon Palace & Thalasso


Tucked away in the tranquil seaside area of Vouliagmeni, just 30 minutes from Athens and its ancient charms, Divani Apollon Palace & Thalasso captures the true essence of Greece, with a private beach and 280 sumptuous accommodations boasting unforgettable sea panoramas. A member of the Leading Hotels of the World, Divani Apollon Palace & Thalasso has perfected the luxury experience, […]

The Lanesborough Club & Spa

London, UK

Since opening in March 2017, The Lanesborough Club & Spa has elevated the experience of staying in the Regency-style hotel it’s adjoined to. Spread across 18,000 sq ft, the new wellness space provides hotel guests and club members with access to renowned wellness expertise, along with luxurious spa facilities. The interiors fuse decadence with elegant modern design, incorporating marble surfaces, […]

Ski Verbier Exclusive

Verbier, Switzerland

In 1992, David Pearson founded Ski Verbier with just one chalet. Since then it has evolved into the success it is today. Owing to the creation of separate venture Verbier Exclusive with adventurer Tom Avery in 2009 and the fusion of this business with Ski Verbier in 2014, Ski Verbier Exclusive now has 18 luxury chalets, including the former hotel […]

CastaDiva Resort & Spa

Blevio, Italy

Set in a picturesque 6.5-acre lakefront botanic garden, the former home of soprano Giuditta Pasta (19th-century composer Vincenzo Bellini’s muse) holds a rich operatic history — the name itself, CastaDiva, comes from Bellini’s Opera Norma. The resort won ‘Most Romantic Retreat’ in the Small Luxury Hotel awards in 2017 and it’s easy to see why. The boutique hotel is set […]

Hotel Abadia Retuerta LeDomaine

Valladolid, Spain

Celebrating its fifth anniversary this year, the Romanesque structure was converted into a hotel in 2012 by Swiss-Italian architect Marco Serra, and the 12th-century abbey was meticulously restored to retain the historic details. It is a truly private hideaway — the estate spans a massive 1,730 acres, over 500 of which are vineyards. The wine created is outstanding and the […]

La Coquillade

Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, France

Surrounded by vineyards and lavender fields, Coquillade Village is pure Provençal. Embrace l’art de vivre with a glass of wine (the estate’s own, naturally) while enjoying views of the vast winery estate, Mont Ventoux and the Luberon. The hamlet has six residences, the oldest of which dates back to the 11th century. As La Coquillade is owned by Andy Rihs […]

Villa René Lalique

Alsace, France

Built in 1920 by René Lalique, the villa opened to the public in September 2015 following a redesign under the direction of chairman and CEO of Lalique, Silvio Denz, who acquired the brand in 2008. Villa René Lalique has been restored with its original exterior design, a combination of local Alsatian architecture and other influences such as the Normandy style, […]

Cliveden House

Taplow, UK

Initially built in the 1660s as a hideaway for the Duke of Buckingham to carry out his scandalous affair with Anna-Maria, the countess of Shrewsbury, the house has been synonymous with politics, parties and power — most famously serving as the decadent setting for the Profumo affair, which caused uproar in the British government. A house of fun for the […]