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Cape Town, South Africa
Spa House by Metropolis Design

Nestled into a mountainside about 10 miles south of Cape Town, South Africa, Hout Bay's extravagant Spa House sits overlooking the calming waters of the village's surrounding bay and harbor. Its panoramic spans of windows, soft rippling pool waters where most of us have front more...

Vals, Switzerland
Villa Vals

Dug out of a mountainside rising over 4,000 feet high, Villa Vals sits at the end of a pristine valley in the Swiss Alps' village of Vals. From its massive glass façade, the architectural masterpiece tunnels inward over 1,700 square feet, with room to accommodate up to ten more...

Istanbul, Turkey
Ciragan Palace Hotel

Ciragan (pronounced "Chiraan") Palace, once the residence of the last of the Ottoman Sultans, has been superbly restored by Kempinski Hoteliers into a luxury accommodation, spa, and near village unto itself for anyone visiting the shores of the Bosphorus, between Istanbul's more...

Sichuan, China
Leshan Giant Buddha

It's a good thing Buddhas are known for smiling because stumbling upon an angry 233-foot tall human likeness carved out of a cliff face would probably give you a heart attack. The Giant Buddha--who is admittedly wearing more of an I-just-toked-out smirk than a smile--draws more...

The Tangga House

Guz Architects is in the business of dream homes. Specifically, contemporary dream homes with innovative aesthetics, enthralling exterior lines and material combinations, and dramatic swimming pools. The Tangga House, situated in Singapore's elite Holland Village, joined more...

Pine Island, West End, Grand Bahama
Nandana Estate

To call Nandana a villa, or even an estate, is a laughable understatement. Behemoth of tropical respite maybe? Goliath of luxury? Nandanasaurus, Grand Bahama Island's paradise of wonder and spiritual largesse? Set within an exclusive gated enclave, the fully-staffed Nandana more...

Ngorongoro, Tanzania
Ngorongoro Crater Lodge

Inhabiting expansive acreage at the edge of Tanzania's Ngorongoro Crater, the Ngorongoro Crater Lodge layers breathtaking natural phenomena upon regal wildlife upon luxurious--and quirkily standout--accommodations upon dramatic safari experiences. The Crater, part of the more...

Queenstown, New Zealand
Shotover Jet Boat Rides

Barreling through whitewater rapids at up to 50mph and hurtling along crystal clear passages no more than 4" deep. Blasting over swells and whipping 360s through canyons. Testing the strength of your heart and the stamina of your gut, all while blowing your freaking mind, more...

Los Cabos, Mexico
Capella Pedregal Spa Resort

Capella Pedregal spa resort lounges amongst 24 mountainside and oceanfront acres on the southernmost tip of Mexico's Baja California Peninsula. To reach the premier Los Cabos spread, visitors first travel through the only privately owned tunnel in Mexico, a 300-meter long more...

London, England
Tramshed Restaurant

Say hello to the cock and bull. They hope you're hungry. London's Tramshed restaurant recruits the two tasty beasts to present a simple concept with a grand execution. Diners first share three set starters, which rotate regularly according to the season and creative whims more...

Stellenbosch, South Africa
Delaire Graff Estate

Not surprisingly, the sprawling, almost epic Delaire Graff Estate, situated in Stellenbosch in the heart of South Africa’s most prestigious wine region, thanks a diamond magnate for its eponym. Laurence Graff, Chairman of Graff Diamonds International, acquired the Cape Winelands more...

The Viceroy Bali

When the alluring sirens of Indonesia call, many find their voices lead straight to the Viceroy Bali. An Aussie-family owned and operated resort in Ubud, Bali's "Valley of the Kings", the Viceroy's 25 private pool villas interspersed amidst an opulent, yet secluded, property more...

Portillo, Chile
Portillo Ski Resort

Portillo Ski Resort, perched at 9,500 feet above sea level, is an international destination for snow bunnies and hares out to conquer the dramatic slopes of South America's Andes Mountains. In a near world of its own alongside the icy waters of Laguna del Inca, Portillo resides more...