As the high-end Barbados real estate market heats up, one luxurious resort is now offering an unprecedented opportunity to own a piece of stunning oceanfront Island-Paradise. Ocean Two has introduced a Private Residence Club with an affordable vacation ownership program.
After a stylish 20 million dollar renovation, the Malliouhana remains the ne plus ultra of Caribbean hotels. It is perched on a bluff overlooking Meads and Turtle Bays; their two private beaches and an endless turquoise sea in Anguilla.
Tucked away in the small town of Assisi lies the elegant boutique hotel known as Nun Assisi Relais & Spa Museum. This boutique hotel boasts only 18 rooms, each elegantly executed with historically-themed furniture, inspired by the restoration of the St. Catherine monastery, built in 1275 to house Benedictine nuns.
The Ritz Carlton in Westchester County, a plush hotel just 30 minutes from both downtown Manhattan and Greenwich, CT, is set in a peaceful setting in the heart of White Plains.
As one of the most remote islands in the middle of the Great Barrier Reef is the breathtakingly beautiful all inclusive retreat of Lizard Island.
Located on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood with commanding views of Los Angeles is the Sunset Tower Hotel, celebrating the tenth anniversary and is one of the hottest places to stay, see and be seen.
Live the glamorous Los Angeles lifestyle at the sleek and stylish Andaz West Hollywood. Set on the iconic Sunset Blvd, the stunning rooms are decked with chic comforts such as velvet chaise lounges facing floor to ceiling windows that overlook the twinkling lights of Hollywood and the Sunset Strip.
Escape the bitter cold with a quick jaunt to the sunny haven of Palm Beach. Easily accessible from NY, Jet Blue offers over 40 flights per day to West Palm area with some fares below $100, with plenty of compelling reasons to venture south. Here are some suggestions of where to stay, dine and beautify:
Nestled in the verdant Tuscan countryside, on the rolling hills bordering the historical center of Florence, A magical marriage of style and history, this 19th-century aristocratic residence was built in the late 1860s by German financier, Baron Oppenheim, and subsequently turned into a luxury hotel.