Travel

By Sam Bradley | 04 Jul 2022

Away with the fairies at Beau Rivage Hotel Geneva

‘Away with the fairies’ is a term generally used to describe someone acting foolishly or distractedly, as if they’re in a dreamworld. However, whilst packing for a trip to the luxuri... Read More

By Tempus | 02 Jul 2022

The best historic luxury hotels

Beyond the more predictable features of a luxury hotel - spacious rooms, haute cuisine and a state-of-the-art spa - one facet often overlooked by travellers is the hotel's significance in his... Read More

By Gabriel Power | 30 Jun 2022

Lost at sea: the best private islands available for hire or purchase

Endless stretches of white sand. Palm trees swaying in the tropical breeze. Cotton hammocks casting freckled shadows on the surface of an infinity pool. And an entire island to yourself.If it seems li... Read More

By Tempus | 29 Jun 2022

11 of the best cycling routes in the world to celebrate the Tour de France

The Tour de France cycling race, which kicked off on 1 July, coincides with a heightened interest in cycling worldwide. In recent years, changing consumer habits have dri... Read More

By Tempus | 28 Jun 2022

The best UK staycation destinations for summer

With airports scarcely able to handle their passengers and airlines experiencing significant industrial action, one thing seems certain for UK holidaymakers: domestic travel is the hot new t... Read More

By Tempus | 27 Jun 2022

Scenic hotel tennis courts to get you in the mood for Wimbledon

Second only to a New Year's resolution, the advent of the Wimbledon tennis championships is perhaps the greatest yearly motivator for Brits looking to increase their fitness and pick up a new... Read More

By Gabriel Power | 24 Jun 2022

Design & Innovation Awards 2022: the winners from yachting's Oscars

This week saw the boating world descend on the iconic Italian city of Milan for the most prestigious night in the industry's calender: the BOAT International Design & Innovation Awards. T... Read More

By Tempus | 22 Jun 2022

The best secluded boltholes to escape the tourists

Summer is here and much of the world is gearing up for a much-needed holiday, be it a city break, beach escape or mountain retreat. However, to some, the idea of heading to the more obvious holiday sp... Read More

By Rachel Roberts | 20 Jun 2022

REVIEW: Hotel Eden, Rome

Hotel Eden is the kind of place you want to stay forever and a roll call of late stellar stars – including La Dolce Vita director Federico Fellini, legendary dance partners Ginger Roge... Read More

By Dominique Dinse | 18 Jun 2022

REVIEW: Restaurant Le Dalí at Hotel Le Meurice

Paris is a city best explored by foot – which, as anyone who’s ever explored its sprawling arondissements will know, is not the most luxe experience. With children in tow it can make the w... Read More

By Tempus | 17 Jun 2022

Switzerland's Hotel Bürgenstock launches Rafael Nadal Academy tennis camp for summer 2022

Bürgenstock Resort, one of the most visually stunning hotels in Europe, nestled atop the Swiss Alps above Lake Lucerne, has announced the launch of unique residential tennis camp run by the&... Read More

By Rory FH Smith | 14 Jun 2022

Living with the Range Rover Velar Hybrid pt. II: North Wales

In the second instalment of this ongoing in-depth series on the Range Rover Velar Hybrid, writer Rory FH Smith hits the road in rugged, windswept North Wales. The car: Range Rover Velar P400e Nam... Read More

By Freddy Clode | 01 Jun 2022

Discover the mystifying energy of Crete

Like Nokos Kazantzakis hundreds of years before me, I struggle to put into words the mystifying energy and sheer beauty and magnificence of Crete. What I can say is that the Domes resorts have capture... Read More

By Tempus | 31 May 2022

World Bicycle Day: the best European city break destinations for cyclists

This week on 2 June, commuters, racers and cycling enthusiasts across the globe will celebrate World Bicycle Day, a commemoration of all things two-wheeled. Originally launched in 2018 by the Uni... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 30 May 2022

A classé of its own: the wines of Château Malartic-Lagravière

On the outskirts of Bordeaux, among the French wine region’s bucolic sloping hills, the feted Château Malartic-Lagravière is on a mission to reinvigorate the region. Founded at the end of th... Read More

By Tempus | 26 May 2022

St James’s Hotel & Club partners with life coach Harsha Perera to launch Self-Care Stays

Life coach and author Harsha Perera believes in the power of clarity. There is no doubt that recent years have shown us just how important our mental resilience and self- understanding are, as we... Read More

By Judy Cogan | 25 May 2022

Moroccan magic: how to make memories in Marrakech

What do we really know about this intoxicating and fabled Morrocan city, with labyrinthine souks and ancient rose-red walls? Marrakech has attracted a glittering artsy crowd who sip min... Read More

By Gabriel Power | 14 May 2022

The sky's the limit: are airships the future of luxury travel?

It’s not 1968 anymore. The Jet Age, while not technically over, no longer ignites our collective imagination in the manner it once did; we have entered an age in which jet travel has become... Read More