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India's Vana Malsi Estate Reinvents the Spa Experience
A trailblazing retreat at the foot of the Himalayas is reinventing the spa experience. Set on 21 acres of lychee and mango orchards in the forests of Ind... Read More
Packing Tips from a Hyatt Hotels VP
Hotel executive Katherine Melchior Ray knows how to stay stylish on the fly. Although Katherine Melchior Ray, the vice president of luxury brands at Hyat... Read More
How Can I Make the Most of an Airport Layover?
Quick access to a city center via public transport makes it easy to steal away for a few hours and take in some sights—and even a meal. Here are six airpo... Read More
4 New Northeast B&Bs
A quartet of fresh-faced openings in the Northeast is breathing new life into the B&B. Lexington, MassachusettsThe Inn at Hastings Park (pictured) ha... Read More
T-Mobile Now Offers In-Flight Texting
Is T-Mobile trying to be the world's best network for travelers? All signs say yes. You likely already know about T-Mobile's free international data roami... Read More
T-Mobile Breaks All Roaming Rules With Wi-Fi Calling
This week, T-Mobile continued on its rampage to break all the rules we've ever come to know about mobile carriers, this time with a move that throws the n... Read More
B-Sides Video: Chef Marcus Samuelsson in San Francisco
// Travel + Leisure’s new video series B-Sides follows chef (and T+L food and culture contributor) Marcus Samuelsson through emerging neighborhoo... Read More
Where to Shop on London's Bermondsey Street
One-off boutiques. Artisanal restaurants. Buzzed-about galleries. Bermondsey Street is London’s of-the-moment destination.  Tanner & Co.: In a dining... Read More
How Big Can My Carry-On Bag Be These Days?
Though some airlines (JetBlue; Alaska) give you a few extra inches here and there, the major domestic carriers are all in agreement: the maximum allowable... Read More
Why Malmo is Scandinavia's Hippest Travel Destination
This Swedish city across the Øresund strait from Copenhagen is emerging as Scandinavia’s hippest hub. Here, four reasons why. Because some of the region’... Read More
The Peninsula Paris Makes a Grand Debut
At the newly opened Peninsula Paris, there are two entrances. The first is on Avenue Kléber, where steps lead up to a large terrace café and then into the... Read More
Hotel Spas to Visit Now: Guerlain Spa
There’s nothing quite like the hotel spa experience. You can book an appointment last-minute; ride the elevator wearing just a bathrobe (with no shame); b... Read More
Paris Twitter Chat on Tuesday, September 16
Where are the best spots in the City of Light? Find out in our Paris Twitter chat on Tuesday, September 16th from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. EDT. Join along to ... Read More
Design Museum Director's Favorite London Places
Here, Deyan Sudjic, director of the Design Museum, reveals his favorite places around London. The Pub: The low-key Dean Swift, near Tower Bridge, is all ... Read More
Our New Favorite Destination-Inspired Fragrances
Our favorite new fragrances are inspired by destinations near and far. 1. The windswept shores of England lie at the heart of Jo Malone’s Wood Sage &... Read More
Backstage Beauty at Tibi SS15
Season after season, Tibi designer Amy Smilovic turns out modern, wearable pieces in bold prints and rich fabrics—and her show this past Saturday was no e... Read More
Air France and Lufthansa Pilots Strike: What You Need to Know
Welcome to airline strike season in Europe. Air France canceled half of its flights today as pilots expressed their opposition to the airline's plan to sh... Read More
Call for Entries: 2015 Travel + Leisure Design Awards
We invite you to participate in the eleventh annual Travel + Leisure Design Awards. Design impacts travel in ways both small and large—shaping everything ... Read More
The Moment: Hayman Island, Australia
6:24 p.m.: You’re on the verge of sensory overload. It’s golden hour at the new 160-room One&Only Hayman Island, a green haven on the Great Barrier Re... Read More
New Photo Book Chronicles Celebrity in the Caribbean
Movie stars, heiresses, tycoons— in the early to mid 20th century, they turned the Caribbean into the American Riviera. Hermes Mallea’s Escape: The Heyday... Read More