Alps

By Freddy Clode | 07 Jul 2022

REVIEW: Sheraton Lake Como

Surrounded by the lush hillsides and shimmering sapphire waters of Lake Como, our charming driver Lorenzo was happily pointing out all the main landmarks as we drove through the old town en route to o... 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 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 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 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 Polly Jean Harrison | 28 Apr 2022

Sporting greats: the activity centred luxury European resorts

This year, many globetrotters want to combine their vacation plans with a chance to get out into nature after the best part of two years confined to the UK, taking part in activities and sports in the... Read More

By Juliet Herd | 15 Apr 2022

A culinary tour of Geneva

I am at the beach. It is hot and crowded and there’s nothing for it but to take regular dips in the glimmering turquoise water to stay cool. It could be a typical summer’s day at... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 14 Apr 2022

High performance art: a chat with competitive skier and award-winning designer Andreas Pichler

For many designers, the adage ‘form follows function’ is the beating heart of innovation. But just because a design needs to meet its objective doesn’t mean it can’t also ... Read More

By Tempus | 02 Apr 2022

The world's best road trips for 2022

The beauty of a road trip is the journey, not only the destination - allowing you to make your own adventure along the way. Meandering through the countryside is a great way to relax and to ... Read More

By Georgia Peck | 04 Mar 2022

Review: THE ICE St. Moritz with Persol

In a terrifyingly fast sideways fashion, a black Ferrari 250 GTO emerges from the shadows of the surrounding snowy peaks and into the sunlight, drifting around the U-bend of the frozen racetrack; its ... Read More

By Vicki Power | 19 Feb 2022

Fizzing Italian Escape

The sat nav failed on our journey to L’Albereta. It couldn’t find the hotel in the Lombardy hills just outside the village of Erbusco. After much doubling back and asking, ‘Is that i... Read More

By Tempus | 02 Feb 2022

17 endorphin-enriching travel experiences around the world

In recent years, adventurous travel has become increasingly popular, with globetrotters looking for bigger and better thrills than ever before. And from heli-skiing in Canada to hiking in Colorad... Read More

By Gabriel Power | 15 Jan 2022

Finding their muse

For an industry so rife with creativity and innovation, the world of design is one that often finds even its most accomplished practitioners slip into cliché when describing their approach; or, wors... Read More

By Juliet Herd | 17 Dec 2021

On a mountain high at Lefay Resort & Spa Dolomiti

I am sitting in a low-lit Finnish sauna, temperature 70 degrees, humidity 20%, wearing a paper bikini and being instructed by a young man in the art of “sauna stretch” at the Lefay Resort ... Read More

By Rory FH Smith | 15 Oct 2021

Bond behind the wheel: a look at 007's relationship with Aston Martin

Let’s face it; James Bond wasn’t originally an Aston Martin kind of guy. While Hollywood would have us believe otherwise, 007’s car of choice was, originally, something a little less... Read More

By Tempus | 13 Sep 2021

Bucherer launches new BLUE timepieces

Swiss watch retailer Bucherer has announced a series of new additions to its BLUE collection, including collaborations with selected partners to create intriguing new pieces.  Since 201... Read More

By Rebecca Masri | 21 May 2021

Freedom for the senses: Little Emperors founder Rebecca Masri on how to combine wellness with luxury

Luxury hotel members’ club Little Emperors was formed in 2008 while I was still working in the banking sector. When the market took a tumble, I saw an opportunity to create partnerships wit... Read More

By Tempus | 27 Apr 2021

The Future of Ski: 2021-22 season predictions from Bramble Ski and Haute Montagne co-founder Natasha Robertson

With lockdown still in full swing across much of Europe, it appears that the moment has passed for a decent run on the slopes this year, and many chalet and tour operators have been left in the lurch ... Read More