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4 New French Inns

Forget about toile de Jouy. From Provence to the Dordogne, next-generation inns are awash in Modernism, Moroccan exotic, Flemish austerity—everything, it seems, but traditional French...

Guide to European Hotel Ratings

In Europe, hotel ratings may not be exactly what they seem. Sara Pepitone explains how to navigate the stars and find the room that’s right...

Spain’s Next Wine Region

Spain’s most prodigious winemaker has set his sights on a sleepy valley in the country’s northwest corner— and the Mencia grapes that grow only there....

T+L Reports: European Hotel Debuts

With a pair of palace hotels leading the way, Europe delivers a king's ransom of notable debuts this season. The Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace...

San Miguel de Allende Today

Since the 1930’s, expatriates have moved to San Miguel de Allende to reinvent their lives. But even as the city changes and grows, John Davidson...

Pairing Wine with Golf

The connoisseur’s guide to the best of wine and golf

Hidden Rome

Esquilino and Testaccio may not be the prettiest neighborhoods in Rome, but they’re two of Gary Shteyngart’s favorites—where artists and butchers mingle with immigrants and...

A Gehry Hotel in Basque Wine Country

In Spain’s Basque country, a venerable Rioja wine estate is banking on a superstar architect to raise its profile with a fresh take on the...

New York's Top 50 Restaurants

With more than 12,000 restaurants to choose from, where are in-the-know New Yorkers eating right now? From the Upper West Side to Chinatown, Anya von...

Valencia’s High Note

The Reina Sofía performing arts center, designed by native son Santiago Calatrava, takes its bow.
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