Business hotels aren’t usually designed to be especially relaxing, they’re crisp, functional and polite.
The Royal Mansour sets a new gold standard for luxury, in not only Morocco, but across the world, as guests are accommodated in 53 lavish private riads set amongst almost four hectares of fragrant shady gardens planned around Moorish fountains, trickling streams and lily ponds.
Perched on the edge of Fort Kochi’s harbour, Brunton Boatyard is a grand monument to a colonial past.
Modern luxury delivered with tradition and style.
Nestled amongst the charming, rolling, fern-covered hills of the New Forest in Hampshire, just a few minutes drive from the picturesque village of Lyndhurst sits Lime Wood Hotel.
Portetta arrived several years ago on the French alpine scene with little pomp and ceremony, in the usual understated way of operating that its sister UK hotels of Lime Wood and The Pig Group do so well.
Amsterdam is a city of many firsts – the stock market, the compact disk, the Olympic Flame – all Dutch inventions.
Swedish Lapland is a place of extremes, home to the country’s highest peak and its deepest lake, not to mention 20,000 semi-nomadic indigenous Sami people and their herds of reindeer.
Situated at the heart of the canal district, between Amsterdam’s two oldest waterways, Sofitel Legend The Grand provides a decadent base amidst the city’s most picturesque streets, just a two-minute walk from the hip Negen Straatjes neighbourhood.
Could you imagine anything more opulent then a five-star Christmas? Leave the decorating to the experts, the cooking to Michelin-starred chef and just relax and enjoy the charm of the season.
Stretched across the American states of Arizona and California and the bordering country of Mexico, the Sonoran Desert is a cactus-filled refuge of luxury hotels, inspired cuisine and cultural icons.
The Cubitt House group has built itself a reputation for well designed, cosy hideaways in London and its Marylebone residence, The Grazing Goat, is no exception.
Among Italy’s premier cities, Milan stands on its own.
Sitting amid the sleek skyscrapers of commercial district Marunouchi, The Peninsula Tokyo has an enviable location overlooking the sprawling Imperial Palace Gardens and Hibiya Park, just moments from the high-end shopping district Ginza.
Namibia’s capital city is a curiously tidy affair at the heart of a country that is home to some of the most bizarre and dazzling landscapes on earth.
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.