Maldives, Bora Bora and Tahiti—these are all high on our list of dream trips, especially since their luxury hoteliers are the O.G. pioneers of overwater accommodations. But factor in a couple thousand dollars on your flight and 15- to 20-plus hours up in the air, and you'll find the allure wanes a bit. That’s why we couldn’t be more thrilled that resorts in Belize, Mexico, St. Lucia and more have jumped on the overwater bungalow bandwagon.
We’re big proponents of the self-check-in every once in a while. After all, you need to be happy first, before making others happy. And whether it’s a mental or physical check-in (or both), sometimes you just need to hit the reset button. So we asked health guru Tracy Anderson about her best tips for staying positive and feeling amazing in your own skin.
Saint-Barthélemy has an unmistakably joie de vivre that makes anyone who’s lucky enough to visit this slice of paradise an instant convert. And while it took a hit during Hurricane Irma, the chic Caribbean island is back and better than ever.
When it comes to taking it all off – makeup wise – one wouldn’t think slathering on mud, charcoal, and clay would be the way to go. On the contrary, these grimy ingredients (that should never go near your white towels, PS) are extremely detoxifying and deep cleaning.
If you want a truly immersive experience, you’ll want to book a stay at one of these hotels — all of which feature built-in recording studios and rooms for writing, jamming, and mixing.
Why follow travel trends when you should be following the stars (and your heart) when organizing one of the most meaningful trips of your life?
Drinking at posh hotel lounges is de rigeour for jet-setting style stars. And when it's blustery outside, the only logical thing to do is get toasted and toasty in the hippest of settings. Add in gourmet bar bites and mixologist masters to befriend and you've got yourself a killer girls' night out. Take not for your next travels with everything from a writer-fave enclave in Paris and a craft cocktail nook in Denver, to a designer refuge in the heart of Manhattan, here are 12 hotels worth chec...
A new year brings a new (bucket) list of awe-inspiring places to visit, and this year we’re resolving to travel more and spend less. That means knowing when to book flights (turns out Sunday is the new Tuesday), doing our research (this roundup ought to help with that), and swapping tourist traps for vibrant locales without the upcharge. Ahead, eight noteworthy destinations we can’t wait to explore in 2019.
We all love rosé, but sometimes bringing our fave pink drink along for the ride (or beach day, or picnic outing) just isn’t feasible. For starters, you usually need a corkscrew. And then there are glasses to consider. Not to mention bringing your own bottles into a public venue is pretty much frowned upon. So that brings us to the novel notion: Wouldn’t sipping cans of this crowd-pleasing nectar be easier? Why yes, yes, it would. Behold the new, travel-friendly rosés leading the way into warm...
Paris is usually high on any well-traveled (or worldly-curious) couple’s honeymoon destination wish list and that’s because this romantic city has it all: Nouvelle cuisine, posh hotels, avant-garde museums and galleries, dimly-lit bars, top-notch spas, and excellent shopping.
From inflatable igloos high in the sky and decked-out curling cabins, to champagne-fueled ski chalets and merry little pop-ups that are pretty in pink, the list of festive options fit for a holiday engagement party is never-ending.
Even though most diehard beauty addicts play the field every now and then to try new creams, serums, lotions, potions, masks, and more (in the name of research, of course), there are a handful of tried-and-true favorites that keep users coming back.