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To mark its 10th anniversary, the White Desert hotel in Antarctica has undergone a complete overhaul, bringing a dash of luxury to a barren wilderness.
Travel to Courchevel to take a look at one of the area’s most luxurious ski resorts called The Three Valleys.
We round up some of the finest luxury hotels and resorts that will be opening by the end of 2016.
A miniature, condensed version of Paris is to be transplanted in the gambling capital of the world, when The Parisian Macao opens its doors this week.
Marriott Hotels is partnering with TED, the organization devoted to spreading worthwhile ideas, so that guests staying at any of its hotels can get inspired.
The latest hotel from actor Robert De Niro and chef Nobu Matsuhisa has officially started taking online reservations ahead of its September 16 opening.
Named a New York City landmark in 1998, The Temple Court Building and Annex has returned as The Beekman Hotel, bringing back Victorian era designs.
The General Manager of The Fullerton Heritage is awarded the Order Of The Star of Italy.
Hong Kong may be one of the busiest cities in the world, but a world away awaits when staying at The Upper House, where luxury and comfort meet.
The world of technology is set to improve the user experience at Aloft hotels.
Book a ticket to the Big Apple for a wide selection of accommodation options in country’s top Pokémon Go hotspots.
Macau will now have another luxury hotel, one valued at $4.1 billion and that features numerous luxury amenities.
While the top hotel in the world is apparently in Puglia, Italy, winners for design and sustainable luxury were also revealed.
Hotel chain Ritz-Carlton joins Hilton and Marriott in the eco-friendly initiative.
Ranking high-end hotels for luxury is a tough job but Hotels.com has just fearlessly come up with a top 10 list.
Travel worry-free. With Banyan Tree and SilkAir, enjoy package deals in four luxurious hotels, while immersed in rich Asian idyllis.
Icelandic artist Kristjana S. Williams transforms the Belmond Copacabana Palace with a stunning light display, alongside other art exhibitions at the property.
Holidays are not the only time to be fit and healthy as these three hotels prove with their unusual exercise classes this summer.
Previously named Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort & Spa, it will be renamd Conrad Bora Bora Nui after a multi-million dollar renovation.