February 2015

February 2015

Six Senses Douro Valley in Portugal.

Four Haute Hotel Happenings in 2015

The luxury hotel market is shifting and these days the game changer is what defines luxury. Is it a Michelin-starred restaurant? A far-flung destination? A private palace stay? Long gone are the days where swanky suites are the sole equivalent of a luxury experience.
Isram’s Elite Travel Collection offers an 11-day itinerary in Spain.

Let’s Talk Luxury

We reached out to a few luxury travel brands to get the scoop on what today’s luxury traveler is seeking out on their journeys around the globe.
Arthur Tauck, Sr. leading his first tour in 1925.

Tauck is Celebrating

Celebrating its 90th anniversary this year, it’s no surprise that Tauck has numerous milestones tucked under its belt, but it’s not just about gaining a milestone every few years. Tauck has truly been innovative in its approach to guided travel. It’s known how to think outside the box and has thus kept itself relevant, providing, as Jennifer Tombaugh, Tauck’s president, says, “enriching, inspiring travel experiences” along the way.
Spa time at the family-run House of Jasmines estancia.

Upscaling The Wilderness

Go adventuring in style amidst Latin America’s remote and celebrated natural landscapes and culture sites, including in Argentina, where Salta and its environs shine.
Poolside at the resort.

Curaçao’s Santa Barbara Beach & Golf Resort

Santa Barbara Beach & Golf Resort lies southeast of Willemstad, the capital of 40-mile-long Curaçao. As one of the Dutch ABC islands, Curaçao offers excellent diving and fair skies, even in summer and autumn.

In the Lap of Luxury, At Sea

Cruise lines continue to up the ante when it comes to exclusive onboard experiences and indulgent services.