A private villa vacation might seem like it’s a getaway that only the high-net worth will be able to afford when this is over, but even these affordable luxury villa options are seeing an unexpected increase in requests and future reservations.
All but essential travel might be on hold for now, but we can still dream about the trips hitting our 2021 bucket list.
The famous Bauhaus Art School opened in Weimar, Germany in 1919; there students studied not only architecture but created everything from buildings to art and furniture.
Many of us may be stuck at home right now, but that doesn’t stop us from dreaming of our next luxurious getaway.
With most of us in our homes, there is no better time to daydream about destinations far, far away. Here are some fairy tale inspired places to swoon over:
Since Nepal initially opened its doors to outsiders in the 1950's, this small mountain country has had an overwhelming appeal for explorers.
While right now traveling again might seem like a far way off, perhaps the first ones we'll be able to visit will be the hardest ones to get to.
Rare’s the hotel that isn’t an adherent to that famous Ken Kesey maxim: “Always stay in your own movie.”
Do you find it hard to buy gifts for your loved ones? Or, do you always end up buying the wrong items for them?
Your kitchen is one of the most important areas of your home. This is where you will store, prepare, and cook meals.
The United States is a prime destination for luxury tourists all over the world. Yearly, many people visit the country to fulfill their American dream.
From Namibia to Malibu, St. Moritz to Botswana, London and more, here are hotels around the globe with eclectic and innovative designs.
Following a breakout success story in 2018 on the hit show, Shark Tank, Buttercloth has often been referred to as the world’s most comfortable shirt.
The beauty of nature never fails to mesmerize people in different parts of the world.
These movies and television shows will transport you to your favorite hotels around the world