Luxury


Anantara Angkor Resort swimming pool
Anantara Angkor Resort

If there’s a single recommendation we can make for visiting Cambodia’s Angkor temple ruins, it’s to book a hotel where you can feel totally relaxed and at home. We suggest something clean, comfortable, and maybe even a bit luxurious; you’ll need the respite after long days of outdoor touring.... Read More

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Amber Presidential Suite/Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge
Amber Presidential Suite/Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge

Earth Lodge is one of four exclusive, individually designed luxury lodges in the Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve. Situated in the southwest corner of Kruger National Park — one of Africa’s largest and most dense game reserves — the resort comprises thirteen spacious villas, a gym, a bar, a... Read More

Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge South Africa/Christina Garofalo
Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge South Africa/Christina Garofalo

For many people, an African safari is the trip of a lifetime — in part because of the steep price tag. While a luxury lodge or a tented camp can cost upwards of $3,000 per person, per night, there are budget-friendly options out there, and they don’t require that... Read More

Exterior of The Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana
The Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana

Cuba is arguably the hottest destination for travelers right now, but there’s a catch: lodging. From shabby-yet-expensive government-owned hotels to unattractive hostels, the country’s accommodation situation hasn’t caught up to the demand for tourism. Perhaps it’s why airlines such as American and Jet Blue have scaled back service to... Read More

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JW Marriott, Grand Rapids
JW Marriott, Grand Rapids

Luxury and Grand Rapids may not seem like an obvious pair. But Michigan’s Second City offers upscale accommodation, an emerging fine dining scene, and cultural attractions that you would expect from a much larger city — all at much more affordable prices. Here, a quick guide to a Grand... Read More

Flickr Matthew Fuentes
Flickr/Matthew Fuentes

It’s hard to top Playa del Carmen when you want a sunny escape from winter (or anytime you want to wiggle your toes in the surf and sand, for that matter). The city has white-sand beaches, Mayan ruins, authentic Mexican cuisine, and plenty of shopping and nightlife. Like any vacation... Read More

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 Bunn House/John Warner
Bunn House/John Warner

The Bunn House in Asheville, North Carolina marries the bed and breakfast experience of staying in a beautiful home, but omits the whole eating-with-strangers part that many of us would rather avoid. Here, guests receive the best of both worlds: a historic, five-room property that sits on an acre of land... Read More

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 Jetty Pavilion/Huka Lodge
Jetty Pavilion/Huka Lodge

What does “affordable” mean when you’re Richard Branson? We sifted through some of the world’s priciest properties and looked at a resort’s or hotel’s lowest rates (not necessarily the penthouse or presidential suite, of course, which are always more expensive than standard rooms) to see what the most “basic” overnight stay in one of these... Read More

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 Courtesy Griffin Gate Marriott Resort & Spa
Courtesy Griffin Gate Marriott Resort & Spa

Small-scale wines and barrels aren’t just for artisanal distillers anymore — more and more large hotel chains are jumping on the small-batch trend, collaborating with local vineyards and spirit makers to offer exclusive pours. On your next business trip or family vacay, an in-hotel meal might not be such a... Read More

 Tahiti/flickr/Mayumi Ishikawa
Tahiti/flickr/Mayumi Ishikawa

Tahiti is a place where romance thrives. French Polynesia’s popular Society Islands teem with honeymooners and anniversary celebrators, all happily paired off and in their own private worlds. But if you’re a solo traveler and still want to experience the incredible beauty of French Polynesia, you’re not alone. Here are five ways to... Read More

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Viking Star Wintergarden
Viking Star Wintergarden/Rottet Studios

Architect Richard Riveire of the firm Rottet Studio had designed Viking’s longships, but in 2013, he was asked to develop an entirely new product for the cruise line — an ocean ship. He sat down with us in the Wintergarden of his first oceangoing vessel, the Viking Star — now... Read More

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 JetSuiteX
JetSuiteX

We all want to fly in style, but unless you’ve stumbled upon untold riches, it’s pretty difficult to justify the cost of flying private. If you’re based in California or Nevada, however, the cost of doing so just got a lot more reasonable, even — dare we say —... Read More

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 Spa/The American Club Resort
Spa/The American Club Resort

The spa tradition dates to Roman days, back when powerful men dropped toga to go for a spritz. In recent centuries, though, spa-going has been seen as more of a female affair, particularly around North America. But now, in Century XXI, the boys are back. Spas around the world... Read More

Rock Bar/Ayana Resort Bali
Rock Bar/Ayana Resort Bali

Whether it’s Champagne and caviar on a Parisian terrace, or a bag of marshmallows around a campfire in the Berkshires, there’s something intensely satisfying about eating outside. But these six outdoor restaurants take dining al fresco to the next level. A meadow in the Swiss Alps Day-trippers from Pontresina and St. Moritz often fuel up for (or... Read More

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Guest Room/The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

There are those who are Vegas virgins and — of course — there are the highly seasoned vets. For the former, one should explore all that Sin City has to offer, from the glitz of the strip to old-school Fremont Street. For the latter, a luxury hotel that affords everything... Read More