The all-inclusive family-friendly Iberostar Varadero resort in Cuba has a particularly idyllic seafront location with a pristine soft-sand beach.
Cantaloupe Levels is a romantic luxury boutique hotel, set in a lush green jungle a few minutes from the beach and a short drive from the city of Galle.
Iconic Santorini scores high for astonishing views, blissful pampering, attention to detail and sheer, unadulterated indulgence.
Located in a perfect spot opposite Havana's famous Parque Central and steps from the iconic Bar Floridita (think Hemingway) as well as a myriad of monuments, at Iberostar Parque Central you can literally roll out of bed straight into history.
The five star Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon was built in the late 1950’s when the Portuguese dictatorship decided to show the world that it too could offer first class hospitality. It’s designed to impress with huge crystal chandeliers, marble floors and gilded furniture.
There's never been a better time to stay at the Tivoli Avenida Liberdade as this Grande Dame hotel is still bright and sparkling after an extravagant €15 million refurbishment.
If you go to Lisbon, be sure to weave one of chef Olivier da Costa's four restaurants into your holiday experience. We tried three out of the four and frankly, you can be assured of a gastronomically delightful experience.
Rooms Hotel is Tbilisi's first design hotel. City breakers looking for hipster chic with luxury thrown in would love this hotel. The hotel is housed in a former publishing house that existed during Soviet rule and the entrance leads directly into a library, a setting that talks to that heritage.
The Alpina Gstaad is a five star superior hotel for leisure travellers wanting to indulge in Swiss chic and sample excellent cuisine, whilst enjoying the ski slopes and mountains during the day. Gstaad is frequented by the international jet set and a stay here may well make you feel like one of them.
Great Rail Journeys has chartered three modern luxury five-star state of the art vessels to cruise along The Rhine, The Danube and the Waterways of Belgium and Holland.