Correspondent Maria Tallarico explores the winter sport du jour in British Columbia.
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Sizzling names in the hotel industry prepare to open new locations around the globe, right in time for the cooler temperatures.
The much-anticipated Four Seasons Hotel Toronto hits the scene today with its swanky new tower and enormous spa.
Love the idea of a cycling vacation, but prefer to end your day tucked in at a luxury inn rather than rouging it? Consider booking a tour with one of the outfitters on Forbes Travel Guide’s editors’ list of the world’s top bike companies. Here are our favorite luxury bike outfitters and a few their best trips.
Monaco Grand Prix on the French Riviera Formula One races feature the fastest circuit-racing cars in the world — speeding along the track at nearly 220 miles per hour — and with glamorous race locations and jet-set fans, the high-profile sporting events set the stage for luxury travel. Check out Forbes Travel Guide’s picks for [...]
We recently visited the Canadian island, but we didn’t climb the bow of a ship and declare ourselves the king of the world. Instead, we combed the Newfoundland coast hunting for icebergs.
Quebec City is famous for its European-style architecture, multilingual culture and freshly tapped maple syrup. But the Canadian city may be most well-known for its chilly winters, when temperatures regularly dip below zero. The freezing weather makes it the perfect setting for icy palace Hotel de Glace. Just 10 minutes from downtown Quebec City, the [...]