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Bed-hopping with Antonio Berardi

Bed-hopping with Antonio Berardi

The British designer known for his fine tailoring tells Lisa Grainger about his bespoke hotel experiences

Soho House New York, New York
‘It’s buzzy, in a nice way. As soon as you walk through the door, everyone knows your name. (more…)

Bed-hopping with Zac Posen

Bed-hopping with Zac Posen

The designer bringing SoHo style to the red-carpet crowd tells Francesca Babb about places he loves

The Beverly Hills Hotel, Los Angeles
‘There’s nothing more Hollywood than this. (more…)

Mountain highs

Mountain highs

The south-west state of Karnataka is often overlooked in favour of Goa’s wild beaches, to the north, and Kerala’s dreamy backwaters, to the south. But a great new little place to stay, up in the undeveloped Western Ghats, may be about to put this undeveloped area of South India on the map. (more…)

Be first to go: Selimiye

Be first to go: Selimiye

It’s a little-known adage that where sophisticated Istanbulites holiday today, the world will follow tomorrow. See Alacati, Kalkan and the Bosphorus coast for evidence. So we’re expecting to hear much more about sleepy Selimiye. (more…)

Make yourself at home in New York

Make yourself at home in New York

The top hotels of New York are some of the most exceptional in the world for service, design, and location. But as with other cities, space is a premium and unless you’re checking into one of the most upscale – such as the vast Meadow Suite at the Crosby Street Hotel, you might find your standard double a little cramped. (more…)

Something for the weekend, sir?

Something for the weekend, sir?

Gowings used to be the store of choice for Sydney gents in search of a suit or a moustache wax. Now it has been reborn as QT Sydney, a 200-room hotel with a day spa and a New York-style bar and grill. (more…)

The good life in Morocco

The good life in Morocco

The Atlas Mountains are a popular escape from the maze full of hawkers frantically selling carpets and leather slippers, perforated lamps and patterned pottery in Marrakech. They are a peaceful place indeed, but one that can, in parts, be challenging to reach. (more…)

Dig it daddy-o

Dig it daddy-o

Manhattan’s all-too-adorable West Village is no stranger to the big screen (see: every rom-com ever made; Sex and the City), but there’s something different about the Coen brothers setting their sights on the neighbourhood for their next piece of Oscar bait, Inside Llewyn Davis. (more…)

Bed-hopping with Gemma Arterton

Bed-hopping with Gemma Arterton

The star of Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters tells Lisa Grainger about five fairy-tale hotel hangouts

Shangri-La’s Villingili Resort & Spa, Maldives
‘I swam with dolphins here, dived, went on boat trips and spent hours in the water – the coral’s incredible. (more…)

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