Trip Tips: 5 Great Getaways to Gift Graduates


This month, millions of college and university students are handed a diploma and let loose on the world. So what do you get the graduate who has years of school work behind them and years of office work ahead of them? A trip somewhere wildly cool. Herein, mind-altering adventures on five different continents to gift the grad you know.


Proust Travel Questionnaire: Charlotte Olympia Dellal


Admirer of all things Old Hollywood and designer of whimsical shoes and accessories (under the moniker Charlotte Olympia), Charlotte Dellal gave our travel questionnaire a go while in Vancouver for a trunk show at The Room at Hudson’s Bay. Surprisingly, the Londoner never over packs.


Trip Tips: 7 Spring Shopping Destinations


Slowly but surely the weather is changing, and that inspires us all to change into fresh threads. As per usual, my sage advice would be: make a trip out of it! Here’s a hit list on the seven best cities for getting your shop on this spring.


The Road Trip: Costa Rica’s Nicoya Peninsula

gaia hotel and reserve costa rica

After much vacation indecision, writer Rebecca Tay and her boyfriend decide to explore Costa Rica by car and discover it’s the perfect way to explore the country’s Nicoya Peninsula.


Trip Tips: Where to Recover After Coachella


Coachella is not for the faint of heart. Sure, it’s buckets of fun, but three days of music from noon to well beyond midnight with some 90,000 people in the blistering desert sun accompanied with oodles of booze, well, it takes its toll—so we’ve got six spectacularly serene spots to recoup after the marathon is over.


10 Questions: Rüdiger C. Hollweg, Kempinski Hotel Haitang Bay Sanya


In our General Manager series, we catch up with heads of hotels for some unique insight and perspective. This week, we talk to Rüdiger C. Hollweg of Kempinski Hotel Haitang Bay Sanya in China.


Dining Discoveries: 5 Fabulous Food Truck Destinations

Senor Sisig food truck

With spring, our hunger to be outside and get moving grows: enter the food truck experience. Although its increase in popularity over the years has been met with equal resistance, one can’t deny the unique convenience they offer. As the New York Times says, they’ve made food courts out of empty lots and expanded the chow-down choices. Herewith, our guide to a few of the best food trucks in five American cities and tips for tracking their movements.


10 Questions: William F. Rodrigues, Miramar Hotel by Windsor

Miramar rooftop

In our General Manager series, we catch up with heads of hotels for some unique insight and perspective. This week, we talk to William F. Rodrigues of Rio de Janerio’s Miramar Hotel by Windsor.


Top Searched Cities Guide: Amsterdam


We round up the most iconic hotels and the coolest events and attractions in Kiwi Collection’s top searched cities. With spring in full bloom, we couldn’t wait to showcase Europe’s most walkable city. Herewith, all the things you won’t want to miss in Amsterdam.


Weekend Guide: Countryside Escapes from the City for Easter


Attention Bostonians, New Yorkers, Parisians, Romans and Sydneysiders: if you’re looking for somewhere idyllic to escape for Easter Weekend, we’ve got some suggestions. All are less than three hours away by either plane, train or automobile, and most importantly, thoroughly luxurious.