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Worldly takes on global properties — from boutique hotels to bucket-list resorts
The Gstaad Palace in the Alps is beyond compare with a glamorous history.
Words and Photography by Skye Parrott
Plus, A Houston getaway, a lakeside gem in Geneva, and a family jaunt to the Dominican Republic.
WORDS BY ALEX FRANK, T. COLE RACHEL, ERIN DIXON, ALEXANDRA BRODSKY, SOPHIE MANCINI, ELISSA POLLS, HAILEY ANDRESEN, VICTORIA BLACK AND LISA LOK; ILLUSTRATION BY JESS ROTTER
Drei Berge Hotel in the Alps serves up magnificent scenery, inside and out.
Words by Laura Smith, Photography by Dexter Hake
Located on Paradise Island in the Bahamas, The Cove’s luxury resort provides the rarest of travel experiences: a truly relaxing family vacation.
Words and Photography by LaTonya Yvette
Plus, a new Ritz, cool Copenhagen hangouts, and Antwerp opulence.
Words by Sophie Mancini, Alex Frank, Laura Smith, Lisa Lok, T. Cole Rachel, Hailey Andresen, Alexandra Brodsky, and Elissa Polls; Illustration by Jess Rotter
Plus, top-notch stays in British Columbia, Rhode Island, San Francisco, and — of course — New York City.
Words by Sophie Mancini, Laura Smith, T. Cole Rachel, Alex Brodsky, Elissa Polls, and Hailey Andresen; Illustration by Jess Rotter
Deepen your relationships with local cultures through curated experiences at Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts, Conrad Hotels & Resorts, and LXR Hotels & Resorts.
Perched on the border of the Lower East Side and Chinatown, this boutique hotel captures the eclectic romance of downtown.
Words by Erin Dixon, Photography by Skye Parrott
Seabourn’s Tony Egger travels the world in search of tantalizing flavor combinations.
Words by Laura Smith
Le Sirenuse is an enchanting cliffside hideaway that attracted John Steinbeck and countless others to the area.
Plus, Italy, Boston, and a few stops out west. These are the hotels our editors loved this month.
Words by T. Cole Rachel, Laura Smith, Hailey Andresen, Alex Frank, Lisa Lok, and Elissa Polls; Illustration by Jess Rotter
The city’s finest hotels place guests in conversation with creative masters who inspired or designed characterful, one-of-a-kind suites.
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