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Travel Diary: Just Back From Shanghai
Just back from China, T+L hotels & food editor Jennifer Flowers shares her best discoveries in this frenetic, hypnotic megacity. Best Bite You can’... Read More
Airbnb Redesign Brings Hosts Center Stage
In a live broadcast this morning, Airbnb cofounders Brian Chesky, Joe Gebbia and Nate Blecharczyk announced a major site redesign for the San Francisco-ba... Read More Revelation: When It’s Sexy Time, You Probably Think of A Boat
I got your number, you lusty traveler, you. The No. 1 place where you’d like to have sex on holiday is on a boat, according to And you know why... Read More
Stella McCartney's Argentina-Inspired Collection
Stella McCartney may be quintessentially British, but her Pre-Fall 2014 collection is immutably connected to a different locale: Argentina. In partnership... Read More
Print-At-Home Bag Tags Now Available From First Gulf Carrier
Add Qatar Airways’ print-at-home luggage tags to the growing list of ways you can shorten your travel to-do list before even arriving at the airport, (fli... Read More
Go! Julien Farel’s JF Men Spa at the Loews Regency New York
To all American men, I have an announcement: it’s time to let go of your spa phobias. Set aside any machismo sentiments, because there’s never been a bett... Read More
Q+A: Heidi Brown Discusses Flexible Airfares and Up-and-Coming Website,
At Travel + Leisure, we love hearing about services that bring a refreshing level of ease and flexibility to booking travel. Enter Starte... Read More
World’s Tallest Water Slide Opens In Kansas
// In a summer of new thrill rides and roller coasters, there's yet another to steal the show. Verruckt is now the world's tallest water slide—it... Read More
Seabourn Announces Alliance With UNESCO
Seabourn, the luxury, small-ship cruise line, recently announced an alliance with UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization... Read More
Fast & Furious Summer Road Trip Advice from a NASCAR Driver
Ryan Blaney is one of the up-and-coming drivers on the NASCAR circuit, now in his third year with Team Penske. And if you were going to take driving advic... Read More
Chef’s Tour: Dallas with Matt McCallister
The blue-eyed chef is making waves at his seasonal, Gulf-inspired restaurant, FT33—he even snagged a spot on Food & Wine magazine’s prestigious roster... Read More
Summer Food Twitter Chat on Tuesday, July 15
What food is worth traveling for this summer? From favorite summer desserts to the best new seasonal haunts, we're chatting about Summer Food this Tuesday... Read More
This Summer's Best New Roller Coaster Rides
// This summer’s roller coaster rides are sure to get your heart pumping. Coney Island recently introduced the Thunderbolt roller coaster—the boa... Read More
Q+A With David Hallberg: Bolshoi Ballet Premier
When David Hallberg, principal dancer of American Ballet Theatre, joined the ballet company of Bolshoi Theater in Moscow about three years ago, it was big... Read More
The Ultimate British Columbia Road Trip
The vast, epic landscape of British Columbia, from the Rockies to the Pacific coast, from backwoods encampments to wine country to the deluxe lodges of Vanc... Read More
New Hotels from Soho to South Bank
In the London neighborhoods of Soho and the South Bank, two properties with serious design pedigrees bring new forms and new thinking to the hotel landsca... Read More
Six Sydney Restaurants to Try Now
Our abridged, meal-by-meal guide to where and what to eat now. Breakfast Bacon, maple, and pumpkin tart at Pinbone Slide up to the bar for a flat whit... Read More
Making a Splash: The New Park Hyatt New York
In Manhattan, where light and space are luxuries, the 25th-floor pool at the new Park Hyatt New York seems all the more indulgent. With its three-story wi... Read More
Where to Stay in Shanghai
Shanghai, China is a modern metropolis with thriving business and arts culture, as well as some of the World's Best hotels. While in Shanghai for luxury t... Read More
Pingyao: A Look Into China's Past
You expect Marco Polo to round the corner at any moment. Pingyao is the very rare Chinese city, perhaps the last of the country’s great walled towns, to h... Read More