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Shopping partnerships and in-house boutiques bring fashion into focus

Taj Compton Place The 110-room Taj Campton Place occupies prime real estate in Union Square – San Francisco’s largest retail district – but a new partnership with Brooks Brothers brings the shopping to you. After the concierge refers you to the store’s personal shopper to discuss your fashion preferences, Brooks Brothers will deliver a selection of clothing […]

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6 Laid-Back Hotel Restaurants and Bars

Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth From fish counter to fromagerie, the 950-room Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth is bringing Québécois cuisine to new audiences. The hotel’s 8,000-square-foot Marché Artisans food hall celebrates Montréal’s gourmet reputation, inviting visitors to watch chefs prepare flaxseed-fed duck from the village of Saint-Pie, order a local charcuterie plate, or pick up onion confit at the […]

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Hotels with Learning Opportunities for Kids and Adults

Hôtel Barrière Le Majestic Cannes The 349-room Hôtel Barrière Le Majestic Cannes’ complimentary Studio by Petit VIP program lets aspiring Spielbergs and Coppolas (ages 4 through 12) dive into filmmaking. Kids work as screenwriters, directors, cinematographers, and actors while creating a short movie that premieres, in true Cannes fashion, in the hotel’s private screening room. Lights, […]

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Masterpiece Art Hotels

Andaz Scottsdale Resort & Spa Inspiration comes easy in Arizona’s saguaro- and sandstone-dotted landscapes. When it opened last year, the Andaz Scottsdale Resort & Spa collaborated with the Cattle Track Arts Compound to showcase nearby artists’ talents. The resort’s 201 rooms – housed in low-slung bungalows spread across 22 acres – pair midcentury modern furniture with locally […]

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Bangkok City Guide

Equal parts chaos and calm, Thailand’s capital is an ideal spot to both slow down and speed up, a place where skyscrapers abut seventeenth-century temples, bustling markets shroud sophisticated spas, and gemstones glisten not far from the throngs. Beginning in July, short bouts of rainfall help mitigate the heat and ensure extra elbow room for […]

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Rome’s Best Cafés

Rome was once the largest, wealthiest, most powerful city in the Western world. It’s no wonder that today Rome is packed with countless historical landmarks, museums and over 900 churches. Which is why vacationing in Italy should be tops on your list. Home to the espresso, Italy knows how to caffeinate and there’s arguably no better […]

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