For Torontonians looking for all the trappings of a luxury retreat within the borders of the Six, Hotel X is a staycation revelation.
Unpretentious drinks and vegetable-forward fare is what owners Rob Rossi and David Minicucci have in mind.
The goal is always to be flawlessly informal.
The room, while minute and filled to the brim with people, feels more like a polished dinner party than anything else.
Warmly lit and charmingly intimate, the Senator Winebar is a welcome escape from the jungle of crowds and cranes of the city’s downtown core.
Located on North Malé Atoll, one of the largest islands in the Maldives, One&Only Reethi Rah delivers a reality-bending escape to the divine.
As a city largely designed for international admirers, Dubai has always offered tourists flashy experiences—but, there’s another face of this desert city begging to be discovered.
A stylish reimagining of the classic cabin-in-the-woods retreat.
The city’s Central Business District is parlaying an excess of concrete and distinct lack of character into a spirited cultural revival—and the Troubadour is leading the way.