From a remote lodge on Vancouver Island to a former Rockefeller estate in the Adirondacks, these five properties offer guests the chance to commune with nature.
Through pictures by British photographer Adam Slama, explore the heady charms of the Mexican city of Tequila.
After a year-long review, it has become clear that sustainability must become even more of a main course issue in the culinary philosophy and style of Relais & Châteaux chefs. Aware of the key role she plays, chef Vicky Lau of Tate Dining Room in Hong Kong shares precisely this commitment.
As restaurants reopen in France on May 19, César Troisgros delivers a heart-to-heart about the joy he will experience when guests come back. César explains how this period of time has allowed him to "build better" with sincerity and simplicity at the top of his mind.
Want a heavenly getaway without breaking social-distancing rules? This ten-stop world tour in Relais & Châteaux’s private villas and cabins shows what kind of vacations await you, all offering safety and seclusion, with VIP services and exclusive experiences.
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.
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.
For World Bee Day, Nico Orduz of 11 Cadogan Gardens in London sources an artisanal Irish honey to match the taste profile of a Hennessy-based Champagne cocktail.
For World Bee Day, Michela Scarello of Agli Amici in Italy pairs a local, cherry blossom honey with Taylor’s White Port.
For World Bee Day, James Hayward of Le 18bar at Hôtel Le Place d’Armes in Luxembourg showcases a creative combination of local, organic and urban honey with Absolut Elyx.
However intentionally low-profile, Chef Elena Arzak has made quite a name for herself over the years, alongside her father, one of Spain’s most celebrated chefs. How? By methodically following in the footsteps of her pioneering parent, guided by research and invention.
In partnership with her sommelier husband, this French-born chef has made Florence’s Ristorante Enoteca Pinchiorri one of Michelin’s most sought-after dining experiences. And now exports her recipes to Japan.
Snorkeling to see the Mediterranean’s underwater treasures, kayaking in the Dordogne, swimming in the limpid waters of Lake Annecy or a Nice backcountry lagoon, communing with the tides of Brittany. Here are ten elemental immersions to enjoy while staying at Relais & Châteaux properties.
Whether you choose the countryside, seaside or mountains, the large villas from Relais & Châteaux can be shared by your family and friends to fully enjoy the best moments of life: escapes, vacations, long weekends and celebrations.
United Nations World Oceans Day, celebrated on June 8, is designed to raise public awareness about the importance of better managing the oceans and their resources.
In celebration of World Oceans Day, Relais & Châteaux, committed to protecting marine resources since 2009, takes you to the world’s far-flung atolls to meet extraordinary underwater fauna, along with its partner, Blancpain, a staunch defender of the great hammerhead shark.
"There would be no life on Earth without the seas." For United Nations' World Oceans Day theme of "The Ocean: Life & Livelihoods", nearly 200 Relais & Châteaux join forces for an Ode to Shellfish to support the growth and development of a sustainable blue economy.
There’s nowhere better to reconnect with nature than the wide-open spaces of the USA and Canada, whose varied landscapes incorporate mountain highs, dramatic coastlines and desert scenery. There are so many ways to enjoy outdoor life, too, from simple walks to hot-air ballooning. Here’s our pick.