Tikida Golf Palace, Agadir, Morocco– « Eldorado for golfers in stunning surroundings »
The Tikida Golf Palace is set in a majestic eucalyptus forest. Marrying Moroccan style with contemporary design, the venue boasts some impressive architecture, while the 120-hectare golf course it stands on is sure to delight keen golfers. In this temple of well-being with spa, pool and the relaxing sound of bubbling water fountains, you can also dine on refined cuisine at the Table du Golf, its delicious dishes blending flavors from east and west.
M/V Origin, Galapagos, Ecuador – « Discover the Galapagos while protecting them »
This cruise boat can be found riding the waves of the Pacific Ocean in the Galapagos volcanic archipelago. Devoted to presenting this natural environment at its best, the MV/Origin’s crew offer all kinds of activities, including: kayaking, hiking, snorkeling, paddleboarding and marine life observation on a glass bottom boat… A unique experience at one with nature that also rewards you with the option to enjoy a cocktail on the boat’s deck, while admiring the endless ocean view.
The Dreamland Resort, Zhuhai City, Wanshan Archipelago, China – « It is important to protect and enrich the whole island »
Between Hong Kong and Macao in the South China Sea, The Dreamland Resort blends beautifully into the lush surroundings of this fishermen’s island. Contemporary architecture meets traditional Chinese décor at this hotel offering breathtaking views across the bay and the port, where daily deliveries of fish are brought in to be carefully prepared at the Starry Restaurant. The infinity pool helps make this serene environment truly special.
Ji Pin Court, Shanghai, China – « Cantonese cuisine in the heart of the former French Concession »
Located in the smart district of the former French Concession, this expansive 1930s building is home to chef Yat Fung Cheung's restaurant, Ji Pin Court. You’ll find intense flavors alongside eastern and western culinary rituals that complement each other to perfection. Dim Sum, chilled soup with mango, pineapple and sago, or caramelized pork with honey are all accompanied by an impressive wine list.
Tate Dining Room & Bar, Hong Kong, China – « Perfect poetry of flavors »
In the heart of bustling Hong Kong, in the Sheung Wan district, Michelin-starred chef Vicky Lau provides a culinary experience unlike any other. Drawing on her passion for flavor and design, the poetic cuisine that stems from it blends flavor and beauty with integrity. The Tate Dining Room’s interior design adds to its charm, the carefully chosen pastel shades providing the ideal setting for the aesthetically pleasing fine cuisine.
Coco Shambhala Villas, Sindhudurg, India – « Get back to nature and find your balance »
Truly intimate hideaways nestled in lush tropical vegetation, where each of the 4 Coco Shambhala villas has its own pool. Between the vibrancy of nearby Goa and the indescribable beauty of Sindhudurg, the luxurious villas are located just a few hundred meters from the sea. According to Condé Nast Traveler, the multi-award winning Coco Shambhala villas are among the most beautiful beach villas in the world.
Dev Shree Deogarh, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India – « Heaven on the banks of lake Ragho Sagar »
Built in the style of the haveli mansions, Dev Shree Deogarh is an elegant residence in Rajasthan. With its pillars, courtyards and gardens, Dev Shree Deogarh inspires contemplation and meditation. The nearby lake provides peace and serenity.
Rachamankha, Chiang Mai, Thailand – « Lose yourself in the Rose of the North, Chiang Mai »
In northern Thailand, in the historic heart of Chiang Mai and close to the Wat Phra Singh, Rachamankha promises all manner of experiences. Fruit of the designer Rooj Changtrakul and the multi-award winning architect Ong-ard Satrabhandhu’s imagination, this hotel blends wonderfully into the surroundings. Old features like works of art help make this building an exquisite and luxurious venue in the heart of one of the most beautiful historic cities in Thailand.
Weissenhaus Grand Village Resort & Spa am Meer, Weissenhaus, Germany – « Like being on an island where the sea breeze blows away your worries »
The luxurious Weissenhaus village resort extends along the banks of the Baltic Sea. From sand dunes to green meadows, the various buildings on the estate offer an array of hotel experiences thanks to their architecture and environment. Everything is neatly organized around a stately manor house classified as a historical monument. At his 2 Michelin-starred restaurant Courtier, chef Christian Scharrer prides himself on producing refined cuisine with unforgettable flavors.
Amador Restaurant, Vienna, Austria – « Avant-garde cuisine in the heart of Vienna »
At his restaurant in Vienna, the German-Spanish chef Juan Amador presents avant-garde cuisine drawing equally on Asian and Mediterranean recipes. Coffee mousse, passion fruit and spinach, kingfish sushi and Iberico ‘pluma’ are just some of the creations by this talented chef awarded 2 Michelin stars.
Hotel Franq, Antwerp, Belgium – « At the forefront of design and the Belgian art of living »
Who would have thought you could stay in an old bank one day? Hotel Franq has succeeded in its bold move to reclaim the historic neo-classical building and make it one of the best places to stay in the very heart of the charming city of Antwerp. Laid-back luxury and contemporary design characterize this unique venue. Not to be missed, the bank’s former vault now houses an elegant wine cellar.
Restaurant ANDRé, Sofia, Bulgaria – « There is no perfect restaurant, only one that reflects who you are »
In a sumptuous aristocratic residence dating from 1925, chef André Tokev creates refined, modern and creative cuisine, inspired by his international experience. Located in the very heart of the Bulgarian capital, Restaurant ANDRé is the gastronomic stopover of choice for any serious gourmet.
Heritage Madrid Hotel, Madrid, Spain – « Standing proud in an elegant district of Madrid »
In the very heart of Madrid, the Heritage Madrid Hotel is a listed building dating from the early 20th century and decorated in Belle Époque style. The designer Lorenzo Castillo’s use of lacquered wood, marble and hand painted wallpaper gives it all a seal of elegance. The seriously impressive rooftop terrace is a wonderful place to enjoy cocktails while admiring the view over the city.
Château de Fonscolombe, Le Puy-Sainte-Réparade, France – « An effervescent castle, just like a large family home »
In the Durance valley between Le Pertuis and Aix-en-Provence, this classical family home has all the features of an 18th century chateau: leather from Genoa, Chinese wallpaper, moldings here and there, as well as landscaped grounds, wide avenues, fountains and water features. An ideal starting point for exploring a region promising so much to be discovered: Luberon, Aix-en-Provence, not forgetting the Calanques and Marseille.
Château Lafaurie-Peyraguey – Hôtel et Restaurant Lalique, Bommes, France – « A haven of peace where the world of Sauternes wine meets that of Lalique crystal »
In the heart of the Sauternais region, surrounded by a 400-year-old vineyard designated as Premier Grand Cru Classé in 1855 stands the chateau, its foundations dating back to the 13th century. A prestigious property renovated by Lalique, this luxurious and sophisticated hotel embraces ‘country chic’ with stylish crystal pieces given pride of place. This haven of peace with vines for as far as the eye can see is further enhanced by chef Jérôme Schilling’s skillful cuisine. Finally, the restaurant’s four cellars house some 350,000 bottles, including the finest Grands Crus Classés Bordeaux wines.
Hôtel Restaurant En Marge, Aureville, France – « A sensation for the eyes and the palate »
Minutes from Toulouse, out in the open countryside with views across the valleys, Hôtel Restaurant En Marge is the place to recharge your batteries. The 19th century farm has a contemporary extension, its attractive decoration incorporating smart geometric lines and pops of color. The dishes served are wonderfully visual, like works of art incorporating flowers and prime natural ingredients that ensure they taste every bit as good as they look.
Hôtel Ile de la Lagune, Saint-Cyprien, France – « A private island in Saint-Cyprien’s lagoon »
A real haven in the Mediterranean, Hôtel Ile de la Lagune sits perched on a private island in Saint-Cyprien’s lagoon. Its thalasso spa promises to make your stay even more relaxing. Finally, the cuisine at Christophe Schmitt's Michelin-starred restaurant plays on the interaction between his guests and his dishes. His cuisine specifically appeals to the emotions of all the gourmets visiting his Almandin restaurant.
Restaurant Greuze, Tournus, France – « Putting the gastronomy of Burgundy in the spotlight »
At the reins of this legendary restaurant in Tournus, Yohann and Stéphanie Chapuis have succeeded in their bid to revive one of the most iconic 1 Michelin star restaurants in Burgundy. Here, each and every ingredient is skilfully prepared by the chef, who trained at several other Relais & Châteaux, with frogs legs and snails among the gourmet highlights. An ode to Burgundy and its rich soil!
Serge Vieira, Chaudes-Aigues, France – « A unique and unspoilt spot for sharing our art of living »
At 1,000 meters altitude, where the spa resort of Chaudes-Aigues is also found, the Serge Vieira property fuses medieval charm and contemporary architecture. The 2-star Michelin chef and winner of the Bocuse d’Or 2005 is passionate about the exemplary produce sourced from his native region and sharing his vision of modern, eco-friendly cuisine. On the hotel side, 3 rooms allow you to make the most of these magical moments and and the stunning natural environs.
Château Neercanne, Maastricht, the Netherlands – « Thirty years of culinary and cultural tradition »
Built in 1698 by the Governor of Maastricht and offering breathtaking views over the Geer valley, Château Neercanne has a unique spirit, enhanced by its grounds comprising of terraces and Baroque gardens. In the restaurant, chef Gilbert Von Berg presents Franco-Dutch inspired cuisine focusing on local produce. Other highlights not to be missed include the cellar tour and an intimate lunch in an historic tower of the chateau!
The Bath Priory, Bath, United Kingdom – « Art and wellness in a Georgian property in Bath »
Meters from Bath's city center, Bath Priory is a truly peaceful location you can really make the most of thanks to the only L’Occitane spa in the United Kingdom, as well as the restorative quality of the gardens and terraces. Equally delightful are the works of art within and the creative, French-inspired cuisine.
Royal Champagne, France – « Immersion and relaxation in the heart of the Champagne vineyards»
With an endless view of the Marne Valley, the Royal Champagne opens its doors after major renovations offering immersion and relaxation in Champagne. On nearly 10 000 m², the former coaching inn, where the Kings of France used to stop, and the new building with almost futuristic architecture coexist.