Reimagined as a modern ryokan, Azumi Setoda on the island of Ikuchijima offers nourishment for the weary soul.
The interiors of this new hotel, designed by Rockwell Group, combines Japanese traditions and references to New York’s art and fashion scene.
Nothing to remind you of remoteness than sand, sea, and salt air.
Waiters in grey waistcoats bearing dainty platters of canapés circle the private lounge at Cape Town's main train station and the tinkle of champagne glasses fills the air.
On the southern end of Hainan, China, this beachfront retreat was inspired by the history of the Maritime Silk Road.
The redesigned Sabora Tented Camp in Tanzania is a look at how sustainability can be built into the safari holiday, post-Covid-19.
The designer chic five-level shophouse is a 50s era tribute to the famed Thai retail empire.
CEO and Managing Partner of FORMIA talks about embracing a focus on sustainability and hygiene in an attempt to adapt to and anticipate the “new normal”.