Fusing lavish French heritage with exquisite Asian influence and some of the best Eiffel Tower views in the capital, Shangri-La Hotel Paris is as visually stunning as it is luxurious.
Lake Como is undoubtedly the most famous of all the Italian lakes, and probably thanks to a certain espresso swigging silver fox who goes by the name of George Clooney.
Hidden amid the hedgerows and hills of Somerset, Bruton doesn’t come into sight until you’re among the town’s ancient spires.
Ibiza is one of those bucket list places you are keen to tick off, but never sure if it is in fact your dream destination for that quick weekend getaway.
The Hotel The Laslett takes up five snow-white town houses on the smart street of Pembridge Gardens, which, as those familiar with the area will know, is more than lavish in the pricey neighbourhood of Notting Hill.
On the eastern side of Barcelona’s Montjuïc hill is a steep cliff, offering a commanding panorama of the city.
From the chaos of the Gran Via into an oasis of calm; stepping into the Cotton House Hotel, you’ll find a hidden gem tucked away in Barcelona’s city centre.
Chicago is a city that you can easily become addicted to.
The Hotel Barnsley House is set within a 17th century manor house – one of the very prettiest, grand but on a manageable scale so you feel at ease walking through the door in jeans and trainers.
Santorini spells a medley of nautical colours; a trail of white buildings with softened edges perched on black volcanic rock overlooking the glittering Aegean.
Enjoying the transient beauty of Japan’s Sakura season – that’s cherry blossom to you and I – is a rare experience that few Westerners are lucky enough to encounter.
Occupying the top six floors of the Otemachi Tower in Tokyo’s famous Ginza shopping district lies Aman Tokyo, the brand’s sixth property to be designed by Kerry Hill architects.
Once the hub of the Holy Roman Empire, Prague has rather lost its rightful place among the great medieval European cities, relegated in the popular imagination to stag dos and hen nights.
Andermatt is one of the lesser known alpine Swiss gems, and those who do know it, know it for one thing: The Chedi Andermatt.
Struggling to keep that new year diet on track? You’re not alone.
Nestled in the foothills of the Sussex Downs, just a few miles from Brighton and the beautiful Sussex coast, is The Bull Inn – an idyllic country pub, bookable through the website Inn Places.
Clouds advanced over a ripple of green hills, the horizon flecked with silhouettes of barren trees.
Since Kate Moss’s fairy-tale wedding was leaked to the papers in 2011, the beautiful village of Southrop has found itself at the centre of Cotswold’s cool, and Thyme along with it.