Guests of Wequassett Resort and Golf Club in Chatham, Massachusetts, will feel as if they’re visiting a friend’s beach house, well, actually a luxury beach house with an excellent “household staff.”
If there’s one patent impression from scores of memorable experiences that astonishes visitors to New Zealand, it is that this enthralling destination is bathed under an eerie, unnatural quality of light.
Now that About.com has named Seven Stars Resort the best resort in the entire Caribbean—and just last year this Turks and Caicos getaway was hailed as the most romantic resort in the world—you might be wondering, is it really that good? And can it maintain its, uh, “star” billing?
Last year, Iberostar Group, parent company to Iberostar Hotels & Resorts properties, spent $100 million to purchase and redesign the old Hilton Cancun Hotel, converting it into the Iberostar Cancun.
Winery-hopping, shopping, drumming? Just a few of the sports to try during a visit to the Western Cape.
The simple fact that the Magdalena Grand Beach Resort is the first full-service resort to open on Tobago in 12 years tells you a lot about Trinidad’s shy little sister.
The “C” of what’s known as the ABC islands, Curaçao—Aruba and Bonaire being the A and B, respectively—is a wee island of just 171 sq. miles. But don’t let its size fool you—this itty-bitty piece of paradise is packed with authentic culture, distinctive food and a rich history.
Our crush on Baja, still unabated, keeps inching closer to an obsession…but a healthy one.
Along with old traditions and new trends, hot chefs are spicing up Mexico’s culinary landscape, as recently evidenced in Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo.
The Galapagos, forever linked to Charles Darwin for better or worse, shines like a glittering orb at the top of virtually every traveler’s bucket list—a magical almost mythical destination and one of the few places in the world where wildlife actually commune with humans in a Disney-esque fantasy that’s almost mind-boggling.
The oceanfront Now Sapphire Riviera Cancun delivers. There’s the stylish ambiance—Mayan-inspired architecture with open spaces framed by bubbly water fountains and lush landscaping.
The great thing about Playa del Carmen, located in the Riviera Maya, is that it feels like Mexico. Perhaps that’s a silly statement, but on this stretch of beach travelers can enjoy a tourist destination while they get a real feel for the country at the same time.
When it comes to destinations, it’s no surprise that a large number of accomplished travelers have long considered Brussels a remarkable stop. After all, this great and ancient city sits in an unrivaled geographic location—smack on the crossroads of northern Europe.
It’s not often a story on a destination spa would start with the food, but in the case of The Lodge at Woodloch, the culinary experience is just the beginning of the superior offerings guests can expect of this property located in Hawley in the Lake Region of northeast Pennsylvania.
Travelers about to set foot on African Soil by flying on South African Airways will find few episodes as stirring as their first impression.
Barcelona is the epicenter of a creativity that springs forth and slaps you across the face along every street.
“You’ll be staying in the Silver King,” said my camping butler, Wesley. That’s right. A camping butler.
Think luxury with a resort brand famous for its understated elegance and probably the most consistent five-star service in the world, throw in a world-famous destination...
Fabulous comes in different forms for different people, but there’s no denying that the Hotel Beaux Arts Miami is anything but the epitome of fabulous.
A Manhattan hotel can be a welcome respite after the nonstop activity of the city, but the choice of where to stay in New York City can be overwhelming.