Hotels

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 Tempus | 17 Jun 2022

Switzerland's Hotel B├╝rgenstock 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 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 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 Tempus | 21 May 2022

How to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee

Since her coronation in June 1953, just over a year after she became Queen, Elizabeth II has been a record-busting monarch in every sense of the word. Not only has the Queen served for a mileston... 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

By Gabriel Power | 14 May 2022

Above & beyond: hitting the heights of Val-d'Isere

“Come on, going in a straight line isn’t skiing.” As this phrase leaves my guide Fabrice’s mouth, echoing off the walls of the canyon-like Col de l’Iseran, I sheepishly l... 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 Gabriel Power | 26 Apr 2022

The best family hotels in Europe to book now

To say it's been a long two years would be an understatement. Stuck indoors for vast swathes of the last 24 months with little to no travel outside of the odd business trip here and ther... Read More

By Judy Cogan | 08 Apr 2022

Pacific playground: is Hainan the next big thing in luxury tourism?

When it comes to planning your next desert island getaway it could be all too easy to opt, yet again, for The Maldives, Bora Bora or The Seychelles. Why not take a (gold) leaf out of Chinese billionai... Read More

By Tempus | 05 Apr 2022

Why you should visit Sri Lanka in 2022

It goes without saying that Sri Lanka has long been considered one of the best travel destinations in the world. Indeed, with a glorious tropical climate, beautiful beaches, water sports, un... 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 Freddy Clode | 30 Mar 2022

REVIEW: The Shelbourne, Dublin

"The truth is that I am in love with Dublin. I think it is the most beautiful town that I have ever seen, mountains at the back and the sea in front, and long roads winding through decaying subur... Read More

By Charlotte Flach | 28 Mar 2022

Cora Cora Maldives: Notes from a small island

Raa Maamigili in the Raa Atoll, otherwise known as Cora Cora Maldives, may be small but it is perfectly formed. Stretching over just 95x235 metres, the island packs a mighty punch in terms of its... Read More

By Chantelle Billson | 23 Mar 2022

Liran Wizman on specialising in hospitality, creating perfect spaces and introducing two new hotels to the Sircle Collection

Hotelier Liran Wizman has spent much of his life investing in real estate in order to create hotels that embody his love of city spaces. The 45-year-old, who spends his time between his home in A... Read More

By Tempus | 18 Mar 2022

Fiji: open for happiness

When we think of Fiji, images of 333 sun-kissed islands with white sandy beaches as far the eye can see spring instantly to mind but, if you ask the natives of the Pacific Island nation, Fiji’s ... Read More