Crete’s an island of superlatives. The largest Greek island is rich in both ancient history—going back to the Minoan civilization 4,000 years ago—and flora, a botanical Eden thanks to its setting between Europe, Asia, and Africa.
The story of Wilder restaurant and bar by chef Richard McLellan is one of serendipity.
As we look to the start of a new decade, we’ve recalibrated the reasons why we travel, where we travel, and how we travel.
The young Milan-based architect has many prestigious projects under his belt, not to mention the bold projects he’s taken on under his own firm, Peter Pichler Architecture, including Schgaguler Hotel.
Gabe McMackin is redefining the culinary program at Troutbeck by digging into the traditions in this part of Upstate New York.
Meet Tusya Gharibashvili, a young and innovative entrepreneur, who developed the first urban vertical farming project in Georgia.
The gastronomical concept at Cugó Gran Macina Malta draws on Malta’s history with a modern representation, much like the hotel’s itself.
It’s rare for a successful financier to trade his career for a dream, especially if the heart of that dream is about bettering the world around him. Paul Salmon is that rare person.
With the game-changing Ion Adventure Hotel in Iceland’s dramatic hinterlands and the Ion City Hotel in Reykjavik, Sigurlaug Sverrisdóttir has dreamed up town and country resorts that are as conscientious as they are irresistible.
From the flurry of Tokyo to the peaceful respite of rural Japan, Toru Iwasa’s journey has been a step-by-step commitment to the goodness of an organic lifestyle.
A fiercely independent spirit brought him great success in the business world, but a giving nature and a desire to leave the world a better place has brought him true joy.
A barista turned fashion designer turned circumnavigator turned pioneering hotelier reimagines luxury (again).
Along with embarking on a spiritual path decades ago, this electrical engineer has also forged a new community- and ecologically-minded concept of hospitality.