Travel

By Georgia Peck | 31 Oct 2019

Awakening the wander list: where in the world do those with exceptional wealth vacation?

Las Vegas might seem an unlikely location for the world’s biggest travel conference. But when one considers Sin City’s homage to those most famous of Grand Tour destinations – t... Read More

By Rebecca Hopkins | 23 Oct 2019

Discover the hidden gastronomic excellence of Mallorca's heritage hideaways

As the evenings draw in and autumn makes its cool entry, it’s easy to forget that much of the continent is still drenched in the golden hues of summer sun. Such is the case in Mallorca, the larg... Read More

By Inge Solheim | 10 Oct 2019

New frontiers: Adventurer Inge Solheim on why extreme trekking is the ultimate healer for the body and mind

Nothing puts the body though it's toughtest mental and physical paces quite like exploration in extreme conditions, as profesional adventurer Inge Solheim can concur. The internationally... Read More

By Tempus | 10 Oct 2019

Why Portugal’s Serenity - The Art of Well Being is the go-to spa for a serene escape

Mental health and wellbeing is a daily endeavour, but the importance of taking time out to relax and recharge is a luxury worth taking. All too often actually putting this into practice... Read More

By Rachel Ingram | 08 Oct 2019

Discover the luxury travel company that launched an expedition to discover a new species of killer whale

The term “conscious travel” is often bandied around the travel industry without much consideration but there’s far more to the concept than eliminating single use plastics and donati... Read More

By Freddy Clode | 08 Oct 2019

A tale of two islands: Tempus explores the Greek islands still inspiring the Epics

It surely can’t be put down to pure coincidence that, thousands of years ago, it was sitting on Mt Kynthos and overlooking the captivating landscape of Mykonos that Apollo first decided to enrol... Read More

By Sam Bradley | 07 Oct 2019

We head to Utah's Eriksen Stein Residences to discover the man who still inspires the luxury resort

Stein Eriksen lived an interesting life. A double gold medal-winning Olympic ski champion, the Norwegian was skiing's first superstar thanks to his handsome good looks, down-to-earth charisma and ... Read More

By Lauren O'Neill | 07 Oct 2019

Head back to school with a charming weekend in Cambridge

A city steeped in formidable history, both the impressive heritage and picturesque 16th century architecture of Cambridge has long attracted both scholars and tourists alike.  Famous for the grea... Read More

By Tempus | 18 Sep 2019

This Parisian penthouse has received a historic belle epoque makeover

Dating back to 1835, palatial Parisian hotel Le Meurice has always combined belle epoque decadence with contemporary artistic flair. It was this same ambiance that the hotel sought to enhance with its... Read More

By Rachel Ingram | 02 Sep 2019

Discover why serious skiers – and investors – are making a downhill run to Niseko Village, Japan

With the Rugby World Cup heading to Japan in October, followed by the Summer Olympics in 2020 and Expo 2025, the world’s eyes are on the East Asian island nation. But while many still think of J... Read More

By Rachel Ingram | 02 Sep 2019

Parc du Cap brings a modern touch of Great Gatsby glamour to Cap d’Antibes

When F Scott Fitzgerald wrote: “When your eyes first fall upon the Mediterranean you know at once why it was here that man first stood erect and stretched out his arms toward the sun”, he ... Read More

By Claire McQue | 30 Aug 2019

Art and ecology collide at the Venice Biennale

In the Palazzo Ca’Tron, an elegant 16th-century structure on Venice’s Canal Grande, a shoal of blue marlin dance through a turquoise lagoon. Vines spiral around giant trees and, hanging fr... Read More

27 Aug 2019

Four European destinations that will still delight your inner historian

For a history buff, there is no continent quite as diverse and full of wonder as Europe. Known quite literally as 'The Old Continent', ours is a continent that has seen the rise and fall ... Read More

27 Aug 2019

What to pack for your next adventure holiday

If you’re accustomed to a certain level of luxury while you’re on your travels, then embracing the adventure holiday trend in style can prove a bit of a balancing act. With a range of acti... Read More

27 Aug 2019

Turner Twins Electric Expedition to the Iberian Pole

Twins Hugo and Ross, better known as the Turner Twins, are a pair of adventurers who specialise in ‘world-first’ trips. On their latest of their expeditions, they set out to reach the Iber... Read More

22 Aug 2019

Choosing the perfect villa for your private holiday

Even the most luxurious of five-star resorts can often come with a few mild irritations, whether needed to grab a spot at the pool or waiting extra time for your bar service. But a private villa is th... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 07 Aug 2019

Should we still be embracing the digital detox?

The digital detox was one of the true buzzwords of travel in 2018, with resorts around the globe offering retreats to soothe the soul by eschewing social media. For many, these mind-body-soul retreats... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 25 Jul 2019

The inspiration behind Ritz-Carlton Berlin's €40m Art Deco renovation

The Ritz-Carlton Berlin has dominated the city's Potsdamer Platz for decades, with the 303-room hotel inviting guests to enjoy the city's rich history in entirely modern comfort. The five-star... Read More

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