Worldly takes on global properties — from boutique hotels to bucket-list resorts
Tucked away in Canada's Great Bear Rainforest, Nimmo Bay offers both adventure and refined relaxation.
Words by Laura Smith, Photography by Dexter Hake
Just steps away from the Louvre, Madame Rêve is a luxe boutique hotel that perfectly blends they city's old-meets-new decor.
Words by Elissa Polls, Photography by Adel Slimane Fecih
Plus, finding wellness in Sedona, a Gatsby-esque stay in Spain, and palatial accommodations in Switzerland.
Words by T. COLE RACHEL, LAURA SMITH, Sophie Mancini, SKYE PARROTT, Elissa Polls, Hailey Andresen, and LISA LOK; ILLUSTRATION BY JESS ROTTER
Ett Hem is a cozy hotel in the Swedish capital that feels more like a private residence.
Words by Jonna Dagliden Hunt, Photography by Magnus Mårding
This beachside island resort is equal parts elevated getaway and ambitious conservation project.
Words by T. Cole Rachel, Photography by Yiorgos Kordakis
From the Hudson Valley to Buenos Aires, these are the hotels our editors loved in March.
Words by Hailey Andresen, Alexandra Brodsky, Sophie Mancini, Elissa Polls, and Laura Smith; Illustration by Ahonen & Lamberg
Plus, stays our editors loved in Paris, New York City, Washington State, and Washington, D.C.
Words by Sophie Mancini, Skye Parrott, Lisa Lok, T. Cole Rachel, Laura Smith, and Elissa Polls; Illustration by Jess Rotter
Workshops with Turkish artisans. Helicopter rides over Malibu. Divine afternoon tea in London. Bask in local culture with LXR Hotels & Resorts and Fine Hotels + Resorts®.*
words by Departures Studio84
An intimate retreat suspended between Italy and Africa, Parco dei Sesi steeps its guests in the island’s simple yet profound treasures.
Words by Barbie Latza Nadeau, Photography by Depasquale+Maffini
A deeply rooted wellness philosophy and lakeside serenity combine to invigorate the body and spirit at this Indian resort's spa.
Words by Meghna Pant, Photography by Pankaj Anand
Sixty years after its radical formation, Northern California’s Sea Ranch maintains its idealistic vision of living in harmony with its surroundings.
Words by Laura Smith, Photography by Martien Mulder
Le Sirenuse is an enchanting cliffside hideaway that attracted John Steinbeck and countless others to the area.
Words and Photography by Skye Parrott
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