Posts Tagged ‘lodge’

The Manhattan snow scene

The Manhattan snow scene

It takes more than a blizzard to put some of us off a rooftop bar. Particularly when it’s got an ivy-covered roof over the top of it, plus heaters, and fairy lights, and throws some of the best parties on the Upper West Side

Hudson Lodge is a chic alpine-style bar inspired by the ski resort of Mont Tremblant, and it has been installed on the roof of New York’s boutique Hudson Hotel for the winter, opening Wednesday 14 November 2012. (more…)

Outback luxury in the Northern Territory

Outback luxury in the Northern Territory

The latest in outback luxury is set to lure travellers off the beaten path into Australian’s Northern Territory with the upcoming opening of the Wildman Wilderness Lodge, halfway between Darwin and the Kakadu National Park. (more…)

New luxury lodge opens in heart of Solio Game Reserve

New luxury lodge opens in heart of Solio Game Reserve

A new luxury lodge set in one of Kenya’s most beautiful game reserves has been added to The Safari Collection.

Situated in the heart of the Solio Game Reserve, Solio Lodgelies between Mount Kenya and the Abadare Mountains, and was designed by the Carr-Hartley family that owns it. (more…)

Soft-shoe shuffle

Soft-shoe shuffle

You may glance over your shoulder to check which royal party is following from behind – but, no, this welcoming committee is all for you. It’s the first act in a dramatic tour through the region of Marwar in Rajasthan, which from this month includes two nights at the new Mountbatten Lodge (www.indiasafariclub.com) high in the Aravalli hills near Kumbhalgarh Fort. (more…)

Stay in a president’s lodge

Stay in a president’s lodge

This week will see the Chichele Presidential Lodge, built in the 1970s for Kenneth Kaunda, the first president of Zambia, open to the public for the very first time.

Perched on a hilltop in South Luangwa, the lodge run by Sanctuary offers breathtaking views of the surrounding game park, home to some of Africa’s largest mammals, including hippo, zebra, elephant, giraffe and crocodile. (more…)

Down by the river

Down by the river

An incredibly luxurious new safari lodge is opening this June in a rugged and wild spot on the bank of the Wami River, bordering the Saadani National Park in eastern Tanzania.

Sanctuary Saadani River Lodge has 18 suites on stilts along the riverbank connected by wooden walkways. (more…)

Up, up and away to Bhutan

Up, up and away to Bhutan

Increasingly excellent transport links all over the globe have made it difficult to find a place that is truly remote. But much of the Kingdom of Bhutan, cut off by the Himalayas, still feels like an escape from the rest of the world. (more…)

Into Ethiopia’s wilds

Into Ethiopia’s wilds

The Bale Mountains National Park in central Ethiopia remains relatively undiscovered by even the most adventurous travellers, who tend to explore the Simien Mountains in the north and the Rift Valley Lakes in the south. (more…)

Going underground

Going underground

Want to get under the skin of Belize? Blancaneaux Lodge has launched a series of caving adventures to take travellers deeper into this Central American land.

The lodge – one of Francis Ford Coppola’s hotels – sits in the Maya Mountains, surrounded by rainforest and tumbling waterfalls. (more…)

Fishing at great heights

Fishing at great heights

Fishing enthusiasts can now enjoy extreme fly-fishing whilst on Safari in Kenya’s Solio Lodge with their new helicopter trips to Mount Kenya.

The previously remote lakes are now just a 15-minute helicopter journey from the lodge directly to the lakeshore. (more…)

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