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BEHIND THE SCENES
THE THINGS WE WON’T TRAVEL WITHOUT
Keeping It Real
Hot LIST • 2018 WE SLEPT THERE (AND YOU SHOULD TOO). THE WORLD’S 102 BEST NEW HOTELS
THE HOTTEST Hotels RIGHT Now
LET’S HEAR IT FOR THE LITTLE GUY
SIP WHERE YOU Sleep • True oenophiles (or those in training) want to walk the vineyards, smell the aging barrels as they descend into the caves, and maybe talk second-fermentation processes with vintners. We get that, and so do these wine-centric hotels.
Going IF NOT Staying
LONDON MAKES A Comeback
A ROCK OF ONE’S Own
IN THE Ether
CHOOSE YOUR Look
RESORT TOWN Reboot
IF THESE Walls COULD Talk
THE Hippest VERSION OF Home
Big Brands DONE RIGHT
Wellness AS Lifestyle
THE NEW Inns
Finally! THESE DESTINATIONS HAVE (HOTEL) GAME
Hot SPOTS • THE PLACES WE’RE OBSESSED WITH RIGHT NOW
MOVE OVER, SCANDINAVIA
THE RIVER CRUISE WE ALL WANT TO TAKE
ADAM RAPOPORT • THE BON APPÉTIT EDITOR IN CHIEF IS CRUSHING HARD ON D.C.
Three Reasons to Fly to Tunisia from Rome
P.S., We (Still) You
We Want to See Ancient Ruins, Not Busloads of Tour Groups
Our Next Island Escape Will Be to India
JENNY WALTON • THE ILLUSTRATOR ON MASTERING THE BUSINESS TRIP–VACATION COMBO
HAVE THE PLACE ALL TO YOURSELF
Right Now, It’s All About Mexico’s Other Cities
SIDDHARTH KASLIWAL • FOR THE JAIPUR-BASED JEWELER, THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE HOME
It’s Not Just for Honeymoons
The Safari on Our Radar
Come for the Temples, Stay for the Shopping
France’s Old Arts Mecca Is Also Its Newest
POST • NEWS, UPDATES, AND EVENTS FROM THE PUBLISHER OF CONDÉ NAST TRAVELER
“I WANTED TO LET MY SON RUN A BIT WILD” • A WEEK SPENT ROAMING THE CLAN VILLAGES AND CORAL-RINGED COASTS OF EASTERN PAPUA NEW GUINEA
The Timekeepers • ONE OF THE LAST ALMOST COMPLETELY PREINDUSTRIAL REGIONS OF EUROPE, RURAL TRANSYLVANIA EMBODIES THE KIND OF OLD-WORLD PASTORALISM AND TASTEFUL SIMPLICITY EVERYONE’S LOOKING FOR RIGHT NOW
ZURICH (yes, really) • ZURICHERS WAIT ALL YEAR FOR JUNE, WHEN THEY DITCH THEIR ORDERED, METHODICAL LIVES FOR LAKEFRONT BARBECUES, BEACH VOLLEYBALL, AND LUNCH-BREAK SWIMS IN THE CITY’S EPIC BADIS
Where the Cool Kids Are Going • New Yorkers have Hudson, and Angelenos have Ojai, but what’s the low-key long-weekend escape equivalent for Londoners or Singaporeans? Our editors and expat friends share their favorite easy getaways that are worthy of a one- or two-day tack-on.
The World’s Most Underrated Wine Regions • While researching his fascinating new book, Godforsaken Grapes: A Slightly Tipsy Journey Through the World of Strange, Obscure, and Underappreciated Wine (Abrams), drinks expert Jason Wilson set out to try a good share of the world’s nearly 1,400 types of wine grapes you haven’t heard of—a quest that took him to these regions you probably don’t know but definitely should.
130,000 Miles Logged in the Last Year • James Lohan, the co-founder of the hotel booking site Mr & Mrs Smith, on what makes a minibar stand out and why a breakfast buffet beats room service.
Room 408 Hotel Eden