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House or hotel? With this new crop of beautifully designed spaces from the Brando in French Polynesia to a new Belmond on the Amalfi Coast, now you'll never have to choose.
It's an ever-present dilemma: when traveling, do you opt for a hotel room or rent a home? There are pros and cons to each: Is it privacy you crave? 24-hour room service? Your own kitchen? A private pool? Thanks to competition from ...
 
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The Belle Etoile suite at Le Meurice in Paris's 1st arrondissement is the most decadent suite in Paris.
The seventh-floor penthouse of Le Meurice is the dream of Paris personified, with views from the hotel's sloped green roof of the city's most iconic landmarks, from the Eiffel Tower to the Sacré-Cœur basilica. Newly renovated by the design trio Charles Jouffre, Margaux ...
 
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In 2021, jetsetters will be able to live their most glamorous lives at the Greek island from the moment they land.
When Jackie Kennedy famously arrived in Mykonos in 1961, she was greeted by the mayor, famous dignitaries, and, notably, a large white pelican named Petros. Though it is impossible for modern jet-setters to replicate such an entrance, the newly redesigned Mykonos Airport might come ...
 
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It's located on an unassuming corner in Tokyo’s Shibuya neighborhood.
Our column "The Best Room At" offers a glimpse inside some of the most charming, luxurious, and iconic properties around the world.Located on an unassuming corner in Tokyo’s Shibuya neighborhood, Trunk Hotelmight be the city’s hippest hotel right now. When I told an ...
 
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The panoramic windows make sure you capture every magical snowflake.
Conjure a mental image of Switzerland, and what do you see? Snowy peaks with skiiers shushing ever downwards, for sure, and sweet little villages laid like blankets among them, plus bubbling fondue pots and piles of fine chocolate bars — and perhaps ...
 
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From the Maldives to Panama City Beach, there's something for everyone.
For beach lovers, there is nothing like that soft, grainy white sand. And chances are if you follow the white sand road, you'll find a tantalizing body of water splashing up against its shores. Here are eight incredible stretches of seashore—from Panama ...
 
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The Mulia is an idyllic getaway with stylish decor, impeccable service, and a world-class spa.
Bleary-eyed after my long-haul flight, which included an unfortunate spell of travel sickness and the airline snapping the handle off my suitcase, I touched down in Bali in desperate need of relaxation. Mercifully, the Mulia melted my troubles away as soon as ...
 
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Asia’s first airline, Philippine Airlines, is awarded World’s Most Improved Airline of 2019 by Skytrax.
Skytrax, a U.K.-based airport and airline ranking website, named Philippine Airlines the Most Improved Airline of 2019 at the Paris Air Show on June 19. According to its website, the award is based on “an airline’s quality improvement across the entire awards ...
 
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Essentials you'll need on your next trip to the Land of the Rising Sun.
With the Japanese government relaxing its reins on visa requirements for Filipino tourists and businessmen, it’s imminent that a trip to the East Asian country is in your near future. If you’re looking to avoid overpacking and work on a must-bring list, here ...
 
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From private tours of the Sistine Chapel to sailing the Amalfi Coast, a luxury concierge service crafts exclusive experiences.
Whether it’s your first or fifth trip to Italy, a little local knowledge can go a long way toward making your Italian holiday into the trip of a lifetime. Access Italy, a full-service agency founded in 2008 by travel industry veteran Angelo Amorico and his ...
 
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Time to use the KonMari method on your suitcase.
One of the greatest pains when it comes to traveling is packing. Filipinos, in general, tend to fill their suitcases with too many clothes, toiletries, and shoes in an attempt to be prepared for any situation.If you correctly trim down the items ...
 
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Meanwhile, the funding for the restoration is proving to be less secure than originally thought.
On June 15, a small group attended mass at Notre-Dame Cathedral—the first time anyone has been able to do so since the structure caught fire in April.The 20 to 30 who entered the cathedral are priests, canons, and other religious representatives. They had to ...
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