Breathe in the icy air, ski, stroll amidst the drifts, unplug and steep yourself in the mountain atmosphere. Here are twelve warm, welcoming Relais & Châteaux properties in Europe’s peaks and valleys, offering sparkling winter days and nights.
With our migratory impulses fettered, our longing for distant horizons shackled by Covid-19, travel is a frequent theme of our dreams. Getting away gains value by virtue of its not being within easy reach, we now consider a voyage’s deeper meaning before setting out in 2021.
Winter is arguably one of the most magical seasons, with snow-covered mountains ready to be explored. Luckily, spots across North America offer plenty of seasonal activities for those who don't want to hit the slopes. Here are 10 off-piste experiences that will make you yearn for a frosty escape.
As privacy continues to be the new luxury, these hotels in the Carribean with standalone villas, bungalows—and even a house—offer clear aquamarine waters, soul-restoring sunshine, and delicious seclusion.
Hotel B in Lima plays on its contrast with this bustling metropolis by providing each client with a tailored art of living fostered by the presence of contemporary art on its walls.
Late summer is a great time to discover the surprising side of this ancient city. At first sight, Rome might appear to be an open-air museum, yet can turn out to be surprisingly modern. Follow our guide through the Eternal City.
French chef David Toutain’s eponymous restaurant in Paris recently became a Relais & Châteaux member. Despite the challenges of France’s lockdown, the culinary artist continues to make the most of autumn’s delicious bounty.
Christopher Coutanceau, the chef-fisherman from La Rochelle and new friend of fine watchmaker Blancpain, takes a moment to talk about his relationship with time. From the lunchtime rush to the future of the oceans, he lives a life of dedication and urgency.
Each year in September and October, grape harvest time marks the beginning of a season of festivities, discoveries and renewal for all vineyard lovers. Here is a selection of 10 properties for a celebration of castles and their harvests.
Beyond its culinary appeal, a meal at a restaurant must carry the meaning of hospitality as it is conveyed by the chef and maître d’hôtel to each patron. Some experiences are so filled with personalized attention that one feels pampered in an exclusive way.
Guests experience wine tourism at more than 250 Relais & Châteaux properties, 60 of which produce wine. On these estates, "sense of place" takes center stage where terroir and passion collide to produce some of the world's most interesting wines, all done with sustainability at top of mind.
For World Bee Day, Manuel Palermo of Testuya’s in Australia carefully assembles a collection of diverse flavors to harmonise with a distinct-tasting Tasmanian honey.
Give a gift with meaning this Christmas – an unforgettable experience where our exemplary hospitality, fine dining and wellbeing experiences will help you reconnect with your values.
Real rest and relaxation await you after these many months of nocturnal tossing and turning and Covid-curtailed dreams. Here are 10 properties that offer true repose, as soothing as the arms of Morpheus.
With 2022 poised to be the year of the wedding, as couples finally feel free to plan the celebrations of their dreams, the newly published Art of the Wedding by Relais & Châteaux (Rizzoli) provides irresistible inspiration while showcasing the most coveted wedding locations in North America.
Embrace all the beauty of fall – with its morning mists, fiery foliage, and incomparable sunlight – in a wellbeing break that realigns body, mind, and soul. Here are ten options for reveling in France’s autumnal ambiance.
Julien Dumas, the new chef of the Saint James in Paris, tells us about a cheese that he enjoyed as a child, Persillé de Tignes. This excellent product represents the commitment required from chefs everywhere to protect the environment and its biodiversity.
Kumatiya, a small, spiny tree typical of Rajasthan, has a great deal of appeal. In addition to being a part of the territory’s traditional agroforestry system and a source of complementary revenue with its gum arabic, it also offers a gratifying gourmet treat: its seeds.