Cap Rocat

Occupying a 2km stretch of the Mallorca coastline, and almost invisible from the sea, Cap Rocat is a 19th century military fortress turned romantic seafront sanctuary. An artful conversion project has preserved the turrets, ramparts and drawbridges, whilst adding elegant patios, sumptuous suites and a dazzling infinity pool with views across the Bay of Palma. Guests sleep in stately rooms

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Las Alamandas

Las Alamandas - Mexico - Casa del Domo

The Pacific Ocean has slowly eroded the western coast of Mexico into a vast string of white beaches, separated by picturesque rocky headlands. Where the Mexican states of Jalisco, Colmina, Nayarit, and Michoacan come down to meet the ocean, the Costalegre, or the Happy Coast, welcomes visitors to a tropical land of warm water and excellent weather. Here you will

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137 Pillars House


When Chiang Mai was founded along the Mae Ping River as the capital of Lanna Kingdom in 1296, it was the home of some of the world’s greatest scholars and artisans. Now the unofficial capital of Northern Thailand, this historic and beautiful city continues to have much to offer world explorers. Located within Chiang Mai is the 137 Pillars House.

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Blue Palace, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa

Built in terraces that descend towards a private beach, Blue Palace’s hallmark is the astounding views of Spinalonga Island and the barren beauty of Crete’s north coast. Blending seamlessly into the landscape, the sleek, gracefully appointed rooms and suites, most with private infinity pools, all enjoy sea views and a cool, contemporary aesthetic. A stay at Blue Palace is all

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Feline Fields

Many miles from human civilization, The Lodge at Feline Fields embraces the golden hues of the dry savannah, creating an authentic but indulgent oasis in the heart of the Kalahari desert. Stunning, two-storey suites, sited at the edge of the woodland, boast mesmerizing views across the grasslands with king-size beds and living areas that open onto pool decks on the

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La Grande Maison de Bernard Magrez

La Grande Maison de Bernard Magrez - Facade

Created from the hearts and minds of wine enthusiast Bernard Magrez and French Chef Pierre Gagnaire, the La Grande Maison de Bernard Magrez presents a luxury boutique destination for travellers in the Bordeaux region. Combining the passions of wine, culinary pursuits, and art, this famed estate is memorable and highly illuminating. With a mere 6 luxury guest rooms offered by

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Tiger Blue

Tiger Blue - Sailing among countless islands in emerald green waters

Available to rent out privately or to rent a single cabin, the Tiger Blue yacht is a stunning vessel that will take you across the islands of Eastern Indonesia. The boat has five different guest cabins and can host up to 12 adults. The small size makes trips less stressful and allows guests to choose which activities and places they

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Metropolitan Touring

Metropolitan Touring designs journeys in Peru, Ecuador and Colombia

Metropolitan Touring is a DMC that creates original tailor-made travel programmes in Peru, Ecuador and Colombia. The local knowledge of their guides, the human bond and the warmth and sincerity of their staff make the difference. In Ecuador, the company constantly innovates to make sure every experience is top-notch from start to finish. Metropolitan Touring expanded their operations in 2007,

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Qorokwe Camp

Opened in late 2017, Qorokwe Camp is situated in the south-eastern Okavango Delta, where a diversity of habitats support an abundance of bird and animal life. The camp, although unapologetically contemporary in style, retains an authentic bush feel. Arranged around a beautiful lagoon frequented by hippos, the dining area, lounge, library and bar are all raised on platforms connected by

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Hotel Caro


The ancient city of Valencia, which was founded by the Romans in 138 BCE, is a busy harbour and vital town centre filled with history and beauty.  The river Turia once ran through the heart of the city, but regular flash flooding from the mountain rains finally forced the people to change course of the river southwards with a canal. The

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