Decorate your digs with the contemporary style of the split coffee table, designed by Italian architect and furniture designer Piero Lissoni for GlasItalia. Available in two sizes, 15 colored glossy lacquered or satin opaque glass. $1,330 to $2,410. (Suite New York, tel 212 421 3300, www.suiteny.com)
Just one switch and you can change your view with the histoire d’ ô bed from Möbelform. This 360-degree rotating bed can be customized with a corner cabinet unit and glass television stand. Available in a variety of finishes and queen- and king-size mattresses. $17,714 to $19,128. (www.mobelform.com)
Make room for this stylish dinner table and chairs from PSM. The curved Slice table is finished with a noce venato veneer. The Tribu chair is available in oak stain or zebrano veneer with either a wooden or an upholstery (leather or fabric) back. Call for pricing. (Vero Design, tel 954 923 9899, call for pricing)
These elegant fixtures sparkle in any setting, casting a favorable light on your good taste. Created in Venice by Marianos Fortuny, all Fortuny lamps are handmade, hem-stitched and hand painted. The Scheherazade two-tier lamp is fashioned from pure silk, Murano glass beads and available in ochre, ivory, pale blue and salmon. $2,500 without decoration; $3,100 with decoration. (www.bellissimo-sv.com)
The clean lines of the velvet lounge seating by Verzelloni add a modern accent to any room. The polyurethane foam in the body of the furniture protects cushions from altering shape. Available in seven different graded fabrics and two leather qualities, various widths, and wood finishes. Armchair $2,705 to $5,035; sofa $3,280 to $12,550. (Suite New York, tel 212 421 3300, www.suiteny.com)
A modern twist on a classic piece, the Don’do rocking chair from Poltrona Frau is styled from multilayer beechwood and solid oak with leather upholstery. $4,250. (www.voltagefurniture.com)
COMO Hotels and Resorts offers travelers new immersive luxury retreats for 2022. Perfect for couples, small groups or solo travelers, the new COMO Journeys are available to book in Australia, Bhutan, Indonesia and Thailand.
Anantara Chiang Mai, the deluxe resort on the banks of Thailand’s Mae Ping River, relaunched the city’s most famous high tea experience, served on the terrace of the 100-year-old British Consulate that today houses the resort’s Service 1921 Restaurant & Bar.
The Hotel Bel-Air hosts a new end-of-summer BBQ with Master Chef Wolfgang Puck on the lawn of the hotel. The event is back after a three-year hiatus, set to take place Sept. 6. Guests will be able to enjoy an evening featuring backyard-style barbeque and seasonal summer favorites.
IHG® Hotels & Resorts certainly has a lot to celebrate, starting with an incredible growth story. Over the past five years, IHG has acquired or launched six new brands: Six Senses® Hotels Resorts Spas, Regent® Hotels & Resorts, Vignette™ Collection, voco™ hotels, avid® hotels and Atwell Suites™. Most recently, IHG reached an important milestone with its 6,000th open hotel. The company looks to further expand its portfolio by 30 percent with 1,800 hotels in the development pipeline, with significant focus on growth in the luxury segment where IHG is positioned as one of the top two hotel chains.
The Oberoi, Marrakech introduces its new holistic wellness program, SAHA. Meaning health in Arabic, SAHA aims to help guests reach their full wellbeing potential. The program operates on four key cornerstones: soul & spirit, active body, holistic treatments and a better plate.
Considering an autumnal adventure or Thanksgiving trip this year? Well, with walkable cities, cozy pubs and lots of seasonal festivals, the island of Ireland is calling. And if you need more reasons to Press the Green Button and go, take a look and see what awaits you on the Emerald Isle …
Emerald Cruises christened its newest Star-Ship, Emerald Luna, in a ceremony in Amsterdam as it prepares to sail the Rhine, Main and Danube rivers of Europe. Equipped to host up to 180 guests, Emerald Luna saw many members of Scenic Group, the parent company of Emerald Cruises, attend the ceremony, including U.S. travel industry advocate and educator Vanessa McGovern, who took honors as godmother during the ceremony.