Flaine is the Vivian Westwood of ski resorts; so it was away with the expected Alpine style which has become so hackneyed across the Alps that it can be suffocating. Flaine’s style is certainly challenging; conceived in the 1960s, in the era of ‘Brutalist’ architecture which has been so derided
Kitzbuhel is one of the great classic resorts; interesting and beautiful mountains, varied standards of skiing all well covered and complemented by a resort centre that sets the standard for the travel industry. However, its reputation faded as they failed to invest in new skiing infrastructure
For families wanting to hit the slopes this winter without breaking the bank, choosing the right resort is crucial - and getting it wrong can be a costly mistake.
Aquitaine’s reputation as a varied and enchanting destination is well-earned, whether you’re looking for relaxation or excitement, this beautiful part of south-western France is a feast for every one of the senses.
Never have I skied in the shadow of such dramatic mountains; every run in the Dolomites was dominated by craggy vistas that diverted your attention; pure magic.
Midleton Whiskey unveiled their latest Very Rare Vintage 2017 last week at the Midleton Distillery in Cork with an exclusive tasting of each vintage from the Midleton Very Rare Collection from 1984 to 2017.
Villa Monticello, Ghana’s premier luxury boutique hotel was crowned Ghana’s Leading Hotel at the World Travel Awards (WTA) red carpet African Gala ceremony in Kigali, Rwanda on 10th October, 2017.
One of the great benefits of Lavenham is that it is not really on the way to anywhere for most people. This village has grown to be a small town but the centre still has the feeling of a village community. This is possibly because so many of the houses in the centre are of the same Tudor peri
So International Excellence Magazine was in Greenwich for an event with Hunton Yachts, introducing this awesome British brand to ultra high net worth at the Delamar Hotel in Connecticut
Norfolk was quite a surprise, whilst certain aspects took our minds back even as far as the 1950’s, there was a pleasant buzz about so many refreshing facets of life outside the Home Counties. People have time to be polite, the roads were generally uncongested; we found some real treasures. So
The Maldives are rightly known as heaven on earth, just over a thousand islands all reflecting an idyllic vision of paradise. Tiny islets of fine golden sand dotted throughout a crystal glass sea, basking in glorious sunshine that stays between 25 and 35 degrees all year round.
Whistler sets a standard that many other ski resorts have to match; right up there with Aspen and the best resorts in Europe but for very different reasons.
I’ve been to Liuwa Plain National Park before, last time in November and I was captivated by the distant storms, the forked lightening, the pink sand lillies and the wildebeest babies being born; Liuwa Plain is home to the second biggest wildebeest migration on earth.
The ancient city of Bath is well positioned from so many aspects from an historical point of view through beautiful countryside to its arguably un-equalled Georgian architecture. Whilst the city is fairly sophisticated, it has not lost its lust for life with its vibrant atmosphere. It does cros
The Ollivier Saveo Butterfly watch was inspired by the vision of a butterfly posed on a cherry blossom.
If when taken blindfold to the middle of the village square in medieval Piran; when you open your eyes you would fully expect to be in the centre of a film set. Not a jarring building to behold, looking one way you will see a Venetian church tower on the hill overlooking everything, on the squar