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  • 24 January

    Brussels is one of the most underrated cities in Europe and we have already investigated the best luxury hotels in Brussels, but if you want to stay in the city center, where should you stay? We think you should stay a character-filled luxury boutique hotel where you can feel the Brussels “je ne sais quoi”. […]

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  • 23 January

    When L’Imperator reopened in Nîmes last year, newly named the Maison Albar Hotels L’Imperator, it was a reason for the southern French city to celebrate. And party they did— the reopening was timed for the famous Feria de Pentecôte, a week-long, music-filled extravaganza that’s one of the biggest festive events in France. This is the […]

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  • 23 January

    Posted: 1/23/2020 | January 23rd, 2020 If you’re like me, you know how hard New Year’s resolutions are to keep. “New year, new you” starts with the best intentions, but after a couple of months, it’s back to new year, old you. Old habits die hard, but they can be broken if they are replaced […]

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  • 23 January

    Four Seasons Los Cabos At Costa Palmas is one of the best luxury hotels in Los Cabos. A number of clients who book through our luxury travel concierge have asked me for reviews of Four Seasons Los Cabos, as the availability of lengthy reviews outlining this resort are sparse or non-existant online so far. So […]

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  • 23 January

    And then there were five. LVMH is growing its ultra-luxe Cheval Blanc portfolio and with the upcoming spring opening of Cheval Blanc Paris— following Courchevel, the Maldives, St Barth’s, and St. Tropez— there will be a quintet of these maisons d’exception. The arrival of Cheval Blanc Paris has been years in the making. The former […]

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  • 22 January

    Just in time for a sunny spring break on the Mediterranean, the Corinthia Palace will be showing off a swanky new spa. First opened in 1968, the Corinthia Palace is the flagship of Corinthia Hotels, the five-star hospitality group founded by the Pisani family of Malta. Located between Mdina and Valetta, the culture-rich capital that […]

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  • 22 January

    Welcome to Selling Luxury, the podcast produced by the editors of Luxury Travel Advisor. This series inspires and educates travel advisors who want to enter the luxury arena and provides great insights for those advisors who are already successful in this niche. In this episode, Ruth Terrero speaks with Jack Ezon, founder and managing partner of Embark, […]

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  • 21 January

    Despite many years of traveling to France, I still can’t help but marvel at the towering Gothic churches that mark the heart of many French cities. The Gothic style of architecture, primarily employed in churches, evolved in medieval France as a way to give interior spaces a better-lit, more upward-reaching feel than the dark, heavy […]

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  • 21 January

    Posted: 1/21/2020 | January 20th, 2020 As people become more conscious of their environmental impact on the world, there’s been an increased focus on air travel — and, over the past year, a corresponding increase in “flight shaming”. The term is coined from the Swedish flygskam, which means “flight shame” i.e. you personally feel shame […]

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  • 21 January

    A recent visit to London Bridge, I discovered a real gem of a hotel perfectly located by the river in Southwalk on the doorstep of the Shard and many of London’s other top attractions. The London Bridge Hotel. Auctions Sort By Why We Love This Hotel As well as that great location, the hotel is […]

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