These are some of the world's finest spots to take a dip.
Hoteliers are redefining the high life, melding divine destinations with extraordinary design – and this year, you’re spoilt for choice with new ways to spoil yourself.
Rather than trek to Machu Picchu, Steve McKenna boards one of the world’s most luxurious trains to visit the legendary “Lost City of the Incas”
This airy sanctuary of comfort is perched on treacherous limestone cliffs and an aspect that allows for viewing of the sunrise and sunset.
For business class passengers flying non-stop to London, here's what you have to look forward to.
Ming dynasty villas, private gardens, spa, butler, fine dining – once you check in, there's no reason to leave.
The evolution of the business class seat, thanks to the intense competition that exists between airlines, has reached as apogee.
From oh-so-trendy rooftop bars and restaurants to sexy guestrooms, here are the 10 most hip hotels.
Perfect for travellers who want something outside the cookie-cutter experience.
Airport lounges are the gilded uplands of air travel, refuges of calm, quiet and comfort where the food and drink are free.
With a class-leading cabin and service, it's obvious why this was voted world's best by Skytrax in 2017.
Bringing Sri Lankan gin, gracious service and nifty pod design to the in-flight table.