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Dorado Bedroom at Kamalame Cay in the Bahamas
Dorado bedroom at Kamalame Cay/Michael Paniccia

Thanks to the seclusion, privacy, and white-glove service they offer — think: private chefs, butlers, and other yours-only amenities — villas are among the most romantic types of accommodation out there. And with Valentine’s Day just around the corner, what better time to check out a few of the... Read More

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A cottage plunge pool at Laluna Resort in Grenada
Plunge pool/Laluna

At Laluna Resort, guests are treated to a secluded beachfront retreat tucked into the hillside of the Caribbean island of Grenada. To tempt you even further, the property is celebrating its 15th anniversary with 15 percent off. The deal is good for travel between April 1 and October 3 — and must... Read More

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FieldSpa at GoldenEye
FieldSpa at GoldenEye

If you’re still trying to detox from that holiday cookie binge, put down the green juice and pick up your passport. Many resorts and destination spas — from Lake Placid to the Philippines — offer treatment options that feature local ingredients like maple syrup and incorporate indigenous techniques to... Read More

Cap Juluca
Katie McElveen

If it’s an idyllic setting you want, look no further than Cap Juluca, a Morroccan fantasy that sits amid the spun-sugar sand and turquoise water of Anguilla’s Maunday’s Bay. Chic, intimate, and impeccably cultured, the resort’s 70 rooms are set within 15 white stucco two-story villas with private terraces... Read More

Coeval Three Quays London
Coeval Three Quays

The steady influx of well-heeled business travelers into London — a city that’s always acted as a kind of crossroads between the continents — has meant the development of a specific kind of lodging: the luxury apartment-style hotel. But short-term visitors can find plenty to love in these properties, too.... Read More

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A view of the Times Square ball from the rooftop of The Knickerbocker
Rooftop/The Knickerbocker Hotel

All around the world, the last night of the year is always one of the most fun-filled: from performances headlined by big-name artists and the Times Square ball drop to spectacular fireworks above some famous landmarks, December 31 promises a rockin’ good time. And for some with deep pockets... Read More

The Courtyard at The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans
The Courtyard/The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans

Situated on the edge of New Orleans’ French Quarter, The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans most certainly qualifies as centrally located. But stay here and you’ll feel as if you’ve been transported to a luxury mansion somewhere in Europe. The property is set within a 1908 Beaux Arts Maison Blanche building, and upon... Read More

Four Seasons Oahu at Ko Olina
Four Seasons Oahu

With expanses of blue ocean everywhere, you wouldn’t think that Hawaii would need man-made swimming lagoons. But the ones at Ko Olina, on Oahu’s southwest coast, achieve something improbable on this naturally picture-perfect island: they’re beautiful. ... Read More

Heathrow VIP, which includes car service to plane on tarmac
Heathrow Airport

We’re kicking off this week with a little daydreaming: When money is no object, the airport experience can actually be pretty sweet. Every large carrier offers rather luxurious perks to top-tier passengers, ranging from private check-in to car service to your plane on the tarmac, most often found at the... Read More

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Nobu Doha at the Four Seasons
Laura Motta

Doha, a burgeoning Middle Eastern city with a glittering skyline, barely existed 30 years ago. Today, with oil money fueling the eye-popping expansion in Qatar and in the entire Gulf region, this destination is inching its way onto more and more American travelers’ bucket lists. Whether you’re there for a... Read More

glamping at the resort at paws up in montana (river camp tent)
The Resort at Paws Up

Glamorous camping — or glamping — may have started out as a niche for extremely wealthy travelers or hardcore adventurists. But ever since safaris became all the rage a few years back, this mode of luxury tenting has been broadening and becoming a stronger force than ever. Most recently... Read More

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Oceanographic Museum, Monte Carlo, Monaco
Monaco Press Centre Photos/Oceanographic Museum

The principality of Monaco gets quite a rep for flashy cars and luxe landmarks like the Casino de Monte-Carlo, the backdrop for many Bond films. But the three-mile-long country (which ranks second-smallest in the world after Vatican City) is more affordable than events like the Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix make... Read More

Big Cedar Lodge
Big Cedar Lodge

Big Cedar Lodge is situated in the Ozark Mountains — Ridgedale, Missouri, to be precise. The area is a nature lover’s paradise, replete with swaths of dense forest, overlooking 43,000-acres of Table Rock Lake’s blue-green waters. It’s is billed as “a wilderness resort,” founded by Johnny Morris, the owner of... Read More

Gotham Air Helicopter Over JFK
Gotham Air

Traveling to JFK can take less time than waiting in line for your morning cup of coffee. Seriously. ... Read More

affordable polo events
International Polo Club

Polo is considered the sport of kings, but that doesn’t mean the rest of us can’t indulge in this spectacle steeped in tradition at everyday prices. One of the oldest team sports in history — and one of the most dangerous in the world — polo combines the skillful... Read More