Travel, design & lifestyle consultant/editor with over 20 years of international experience. Has lived and worked in São Paulo, London, Barcelona, Cologne, Paris, Zurich, Dubai and now lives in Lugano
Under the auspices of hospitality guru Michel Reybier and a quantum of Philippe Starck’s savoir-faire, the latest outpost of La Réserve seamlessly blends heritage with zeitgeist following a skillfully accomplished facelift.
A hotspot of the Athenian Riviera, the Vouliagmeni peninsula is the luxe epicentre of a Hellenic lifestyle. Celebrating a triumphant comeback, blending just enough nostalgia with a hefty dose of contempo-glamour, the revamped Four Seasons Astir Palace steps forward as the ultimate Greek odyssey
Located in what has come to be known as the Middle East’s design capital, Dubai Design District is the undisputed home of the region’s creative community and a shrewd coming together of slick shopping venues, zippy eateries and a vibrant mix of businesses in a city that has it all.
While current travel restrictions mean that we may not be packing our bags for well-deserved mini-breaks any time soon, nothing stands in the way of adding a few fabulous options to our bucket list to revisit once things get back to normal.
As our wanderlust urges go through the roof during these testing times of travel bans, Mandarin Oriental Barcelona gears up for the perfect comeback with its fabulously sleek suites and soon-to-be-launched residences.
Following this testing spell of a global crisis, you’ll be forgiven to think twice about boarding a plane any time soon, no matter how high your levels of cabin fever are.
But things will eventually find their way back to normalcy and, sooner than you think, you’ll be packing your bags again and jetting off to top-ranking destinations on your bucket list.
As the travel industry fights its way through a taxing recovery period, chances are travellers will opt for smaller, more secluded hideaway...