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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.

The 9 Best Restaurants in Miami

By Elite Traveler

It may be inconceivable today, but once upon a time, Miami ’s dining scene was not well-regarded. More often than not, diners were left unimpressed by the quality of cuisine, price and service offered by the city’s establishments. However, Miami’s culinary reputation has undergone a welcome renaissance in the last two decades. The city now features a wealth of internationally […]

The Best Places to Discover Traditional Spanish Cuisine

By Alex Martin

Traditional Spanish cuisine is celebrated across the world. Few other regions can claim to produce more high-quality ingredients than the Iberian Peninsula, and over the course of generations, the Spanish have put them to fantastic use. The country boasts an impressive 202 Michelin-starred restaurants including 25 two-star and 11 three-star establishments. Some of these are considered to be among the […]

InterContinental Celebrates 200 Hotels with Champagne Art

By Samantha Coles

To commemorate InterContinental Hotel’s 200th opening (you can read about the Shanghai Wonderland here), an installation by mixed-media artist Alexander Hall (also known as Haut de Gamme) has been displayed in select hotels throughout the world. The installation is comprised of 200 hand-painted champagne bottles — fitting for the momentous celebration. Every hanging bottle is unique and inspired by one […]

First Look at the New Lepogo Lodges in South Africa

By Alex Martin

Lepogo Lodges, South Africa’s latest high-end safari experience, will welcome its first guests to the highly-anticipated Noka Camp in September. Set within the 48,000-hectare, malaria-free Lapalala Wilderness Reserve in the Limpopo Province, the new lodges will grant access to a vast wilderness containing Africa’s big five (lion, leopard, rhinoceros, elephant, and Cape buffalo). Lepogo will eventually consist of two lodges – […]

Clos19 Launches Veuve Clicquot Celebration Experience

By Alex Martin

Situated in the heart of Veuve Clicquot’s vineyards, the historic Manoir de Verzy is considered holy ground for champagne enthusiasts. Those same enthusiasts now have the chance to secure the experience of a lifetime within its storied walls. In August, wine and spirits experts Clos19 will launch the new Veuve Clicquot Celebration Experience, which includes exclusive use of Manoir de Verzy and its […]

A Guide to Savile Row: History and Style

By Emma Reynolds

The final say on trends starts and ends on Savile Row — it’s here, after all, that Henry Poole & Co invented the tuxedo. Many make the pilgrimage to the cobblestone-laden street in London’s West End neighborhood in search of the perfect bespoke suit. History of Savile Row Bespoke tailoring harkens back to the 17th Century when highly skilled craftsmen […]

How to Experience Tokyo Like an Olympian

By Samantha Coles

The 2020 Summer Olympics will be held in Tokyo and, while you might have chosen the suite you want to stay in, Remote Lands has two exciting itineraries to see you through the games and beyond. The nine-night itineraries can be tailored so you can pick your preferred sports from the 33 available during either the opening or closing week […]

The 11 Best Restaurants in Chicago

By Alex Martin

With a consistent dedication to using local, seasonal ingredients, this refined list of the best restaurants in Chicago guarantees a unique, delectable and eclectic dining experience. With impressive skyline views, artistic flair and relentlessly innovative chefs, the difficulty in Chicago is not in finding a world-class restaurant, but choosing between them. The city has 22 Michelin-starred restaurants, including three two-star […]

Getting to Know Jacques Smit of Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve

By Elite Traveler

As marketing director for the Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve, Jacques Smit is at the forefront of conservation efforts in South Africa. For 40 years, the luxury safari company has strived to provide a sustainable tourism industry in one of the world’s most precious environments. Smit, who has worked with Sabi Sabi for over 13 years, speaks to Elite Traveler […]

D Maris Bay Review: An Aquatic Oasis on the Datça Peninsula

By Elite Traveler

by Briony Richter Nestled in a serene cove on the Datça Peninsula, is one of Turkey’s top hotels, D Maris Bay The hotel offers complete seclusion with privacy beginning three miles before reaching the entrance. A densely wooded lane winds up around several hilltops giving glimpses of the bay and the far-reaching islands. A two-hour drive from Dalaman airport, the […]