Making the choice of where to go and where to stay all the more difficult, must-see hotels are popping up at pace at all corners of the world. From New York to Bali, Warsaw to Auckland, discover just a handful of new hotels opening their doors in 2020.
Far & Wide
Scandinavians know good design. Clean, simple, minimal and functional, the popular aesthetic has been sweeping the world one interior at a time. This week we put a spotlight on six hotels that are serving up both Scandi design and luxury lodging for today’s trend-conscious travellers.
With their origins in the Late Middle Ages of German-speaking Europe, it is hard to believe that the tradition of Christmas Markets has not only survived to the modern day, but increased in popularity, size and worldwide appeal. Now heralding the Christmas season, this week we take a look at some of our favourite Christmas Markets around the world to get your fill of festive cheer.
Challenging our perception of island life one moody sky at a time, uncover the natural wonder of the Faroe Islands.
Behind the Velvet Curtain: Inside Hotel Sanders
Words: Jack Durling
Spanning three refurbished townhouses in Copenhagen’s historic quarter lies Hotel Sanders, a recent addition to the Denmark capital’s recently flourishing hotel scene.
Some dread the summer season ending, but come autumn when the air turns crisp and the leaves change colour we’re reminded of what a spectacular time of year it is. Europe in particular is brimming with cities that thrive in the cooler months; fewer crowds, hearty cuisine, and historic architecture that glows at golden hour, here are six beautiful cities to travel to this autumn.
Sustainability: it’s a rising issue on everyone’s minds and as a result, people, businesses and even entire cities are more committed to going green than ever before…
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