How do you define “luxury travel”? For some it is 5-star hotels, personalized service, private tours, marble baths, and Michelin stars. But on my latest Adventures By Disney® guided vacation, this time to Costa Rica, I found that luxury can be defined in other ways than thread count and lavish accommodations.
If you think you’ve seen beautiful restaurants onboard luxury cruise ships, think again.
It’s easy to become overwhelmed with the extravagant details onboard the Regent Seven Seas Explorer—the $500,000, three-ton, hand-cast bronze sculpture outside the Pacific Rim restaurant; enough marble onboard, half of it Carrera, to cover a football field; Eduardo Arranz-Bravo paintings in the lobby; a Chagall and Picasso in the Prime 7 steakhouse—but why? All you need do is look around to know that everything you see is only the very best.
Luxury in Orlando? I know this concept is hard for some to fathom, but it truly can be found at the Four Seasons Resort.
With another year coming to a close, I love looking back on my year to reminisce about my favorite travel memories of 2016.
If Miami’s South Beach action just isn’t your thing, then consider heading to the northern tip of Miami Beach for a stay at St. Regis Bal Harbour where you’ll find a more sophisticated and low-key vibe.
Auto Europe Blog asked for my favorite tips for travel in Europe. With so many luxury options to choose from, it’s certainly a tough question. I’ve narrowed it down to my top 10, those I personally utilize time and time again.
Cozumel is not particularly known for luxury accommodations, but with the recent renovation of the Presidente Intercontinental Cozumel, opulence is now easily within reach.