A LIFETIME OF TRAVEL EXPERIENCES
Situated in the spectacular Atlas Mountains in Morocco, the award-winning Kasbah Tamadot was bought by Sir Richard Branson during one of his famous ballooning expeditions. Each of the 28 rooms and suites has been individually decorated to reflect the beautiful architecture of the building and features antiques from all over the world.
This Egg-Shaped Sauna is the Warmest Winter Adventure Yet The Scandinavian countries have been gaining steam over the years as creative powerhouses. From the concept of Hygge to the design inspiration guaranteed to appear on your Pinterests boards, these frosty countries know how to stay warm without sacrificing style.
Travelling with an ambition to explore and learn more about the Myanmar culture and that of various ethnic groups, photographer David Lazar was overwhelmed by the friendliness and hospitality of the people. The innate sense of generosity in the people of Myanmar is perhaps a reflection of the Buddhist philosophies and principles that are strongly integrated into their culture and way of life.
Landing in Christchurch with only a camera and a blank itinerary, photographer Ricky Kresslein began his search for stunning New Zealand landscapes. He did not have to look far. A drive down the Southern Scenic Route makes it difficult to keep one's eyes on the road.
But La Mercerie, in the Roman and Williams Guild store in SoHo, has taken the idea the farthest - all the way to the flowers on the table, which are sold from a stand near the entrance operated by Emily Thompson, who does the restaurant arrangements for the Grill and Le Coucou.
Starting to plan your vacations for 2018? Here are 14 of the best new hotels opening next year that are bringing luxury to new heights, from a lodge in the mountains of Rwanda to a historic Parisian landmark that has taken four years to restore.
Ski resort review - Pyhä Ski Resort in Finland sits at 214m and has a vertical drop of 280m and 12km of runs . Our resort guide contains all the information
The award-winning Tetra Shed has evolved into something entirely new and more substantial. Introducing, the Tetra Hotel! It expands on the live-in triangular pyramid, clustering dozens of independent yet connected accommodations into one larger, beautiful riverside system. Each dwelling features an office space, living area, sleeping quarters, arranged in a vertically open, multi-tiered floor plan leading to natural overhead light.
Glamour, sophistication and luxury have arrived on the Peninsula, with a crack-team of staff assembled to make it a success. Ambition comes in many forms. At Jackalope, a boutique hotel looking to shake up the Mornington Peninsula's desultory accommodation options, it comes in the form of a seven-metre-tall sculpture of a jackalope by Melbourne artist Emily Floyd.
A 40-room lodge one hour from Puerto Natales, set amid a big-sky landscape with uninterrupted views of the Torres del Paine massif. Banked with earth and clad in lenga beechwood, the low-slung hotel winds for 650 feet along the base of a bluff, its aerodynamic shape barely interrupting the gales that whip in from Patagonia's Southern Ice Field.
Laura Chubb is a San Francisco-based travel writer, prolific eater, and still a Yorkshire lass at heart. How strange it seems now that this former British colony was, until recently, considered most remarkable for expat retirees and red phone boxes.
Is there ever a time when we need a holiday more than January? We're fat and cold and grumpy. Spring is a lifetime away. So here's one easy New Year's Resolution: book a trip somewhere uplifting. It can be long-haul and life-changing, or small and beautiful enough to lift our mood til the trees start to green again.