Rooms filled with Eames and Knoll?Check. Gorgeous doormen?Natch. Hot bar scene?Of course. Are cutting-edge hotels becoming dull?
In the remote and rugged north of Scotland, sheep outnumber people by ten to one—but there's room for all on the region's historic links.
There's a wave of travelers who are making do with less—deserted islands, silent retreats, anti-smoking cruises. Has abstinence become the new indulgence?
As cities worldwide increasingly count on art and architecture to draw sophisticated travelers, some are defining themselves as "design destinations." Karrie Jacobs reports from Montreal
Looking for a place to chill—literally?Head to Absolut Icebar Milano (12 Piazza Gerusalemme; 39-02/8907-8513; www.townhouse.it; by appointment on weekends), in the Corso Sempione neighborhood, where...
Just two hours outside Manhattan, Connecticut's Litchfield Hills has become a destination for savvy shoppers in search of antiques, rare books, and one-of-a-kind accessories.
International travel—up 28 percent since 1995—is in a constant state of change, with travelers discovering (and rediscovering) destinations all the time. Here, the latest figures.
The Standard, Miami proves there's life beyond South Beach. The first spa hotel from André Balazs is a cunning throwback to Miami's golden age.
Introducing the thrilling—and affordable—world of trading houses
More than a decade after Estonia declared its independence from the Soviet Union, its capital, Tallinn, remains a city on the verge—with its sights set...