This restored historical complex is now a residential oasis with a culinary focus.
From Vancouver to Montreal, these lofty perches are the perfect place to soak up the sun.
The low-rise, simple white stucco entrance to Shangri-La gives no hint of the riches inside. The façade, like the reticent Doris Duke, keeps its secrets hidden from prying eyes.
Located in the Sants-Montjuïc district, the area is being infiltrated and elevated by international designers, artists, and Michelin-starred chefs.
Hawaii’s oldest isle wears its “garden island” nickname with verdant aplomb.
The newest iteration in a wave of natty getaways by global accommodation group Design Hotels.
The Philadelphia hotel and restaurant welcomes guests with award-winning food and tailored decor.
Since the chateau first opened its doors in 1989, it has enchanted visitors with hospitality, keen service, and world-class amenities.
A purveyor of old-world service to suit the needs of a very new city.