As the weather gets nicer, it’s time to get back outdoors. Add these hotels with beautiful terraces and rooftops to your must-visit list.
Blondette, the Minneapolis, Minnesota, property’s signature restaurant, features a large retractable rooftop on the fifth floor. The restaurant boasts classic French cuisine with innovative Pacific Northwest ingredients.
This New York City property boasts a secluded terrace on its second floor. The space transports guests away from the hustle and bustle of New York City with its cherry blossom tree, rock water feature, hanging greenery, string lights and flower wall. There is also a retractable roof so the space can be enjoyed even if the weather isn’t perfect.
Located in Dallas, Texas, The Joule boasts an impressive 8-foot cantilevered pool hanging over the hotel edge. The view is excellent for both those in the pool and bystanders below. The rooftop area also features lounge chairs and food and beverage service.
The intimate property’s Wander Rooftop offers guests a 360-degree view of the Caribbean Sea and Nichupte Lagoon. The rooftop area also features lounge chairs, hot tubs, a pool, live music and food and beverage options. The space may be rented for private events.
Situated on Central Park South in Manhattan, Park Lane New York is home to rooftop lounge Darling. The only of its kind on Central Park South, the lounge boasts stunning views of the park alongside a thoughtfully curated food and beverage menu.
As a peripatetic traveler, I am always trying to balance the pleasures of dining well with a life-long challenge to control my weight. It’s not always easy, because I consider tasting typical, authentic regional dishes among the highlights of most journeys, and those foods are rarely known for “healthful” rankings! So, I started staying at spas way back in the 1980s — before they were ubiquitous — because meals were assured to be pure, clean and wholesome.
Nashville’s once-modest skyline continues to evolve as its luxury market grows. Lavish hotel properties are added to the landscape while acclaimed chefs stake claim in the robust culinary scene and premier cultural offerings round out the city’s repertoire.
Flying to the paradise of Turks & Caicos has never been easier thanks to many new, non-stop flights across three airlines to the destination. Southwest Airlines, Delta Air Lines and Virgin Atlantic Airways all announced new flights, allowing travelers to visit this dreamy destination.
The Mondrian Bordeaux Les Carmes recently opened in Bordeaux’s elegant Chartrons district, bringing 97 upscale rooms to France’s southwestern city. Occupying a 19th-century house that once held the wine cellars of Maison Calvet, the hotel marks Mondrian’s first European property for celebrated Japanese chef Masaharu Morimoto, who helms the menu and concept for the hotel’s restaurant, Morimoto Bordeaux.
Experience the life-changing destination of Greece by exploring its island gems in the Ionian Sea. Scattered off the western coastline of Central Greece, to the south of Peloponnese, the Ionian Islands are an island group comprising large and small islands.
London welcomes its newest boutique hotel just in time for the holiday season. The Chelsea Townhouse, located on Chelsea’s exclusive Cadogan Gardens, sits within proximity to its sister hotel, 11 Cadogan Gardens, and joins the Iconic Luxury Hotels portfolio.
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While Cape Town remains one of Africa’s leading MICE cities, Johannesburg emerges as an equally compelling business travel destination. In recent years it has come into its own thanks to its recognition as an economic powerhouse, home to the largest stock market in Africa and numerous attractions powerfully reflecting social and economic changes in South Africa and their impact on the rest of the world.