Forget pitching tents and making s’mores; this is not your dad’s camping trip.
A half-hour drive north from the Nanaimo airport, one could easily zip past the twin Vancouver Island towns of Parksville and Qualicum Beach without ever realizing they’re there. Yet, lined by the Salish Sea and enveloped in Coastal Douglas firs, it only takes one visit to understand why many find solace in these two tucked-away communities.
Hotel William Gray reflects Montreal’s contemporary spirit.
Open as of August 2016 and designed by Vancouver architect James K. M. Cheng—one of the godfathers of Vancouverism as an architectural style—the suites incorporate elements of contemporary European design (hello, merlot-hued Ico Parisi–inspired sofa) with localized touches.
Miraval provides choose-as-you-please rejuvenation. No matter how one decides to spend their time, ocean views and sound of rolling waves make for a paradisiacal backdrop to a luxurious escape.
It isn’t often that you can book into an ex–secret service agency for the night, but Vienna’s Grand Ferdinand allows you to do just that.
Golden’s Moberly Lodge offers guests a chance to experience untamed wilderness without sacrificing comfort or sincere hospitality.
Like with many overachievers, the story of the Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok involves a lot of firsts.
Having opened in October, 2015, the PHD Terrace Midtown enlivens a neighbourhood more commonly associated with work days than nights out.