Trilingual lifestyle journalist and editor focused on luxe travel, fashion, food, health + eco culture. Bylines include Travel & Leisure, Robb Report, Marriott Bonvoy Traveler and Conde Nast Traveler
Celebrated for its all-night party scene and boho-chic sensibility, Ibiza has a softer side filled with secluded coves, ancient artifacts and a choice of international cuisines.
Whether your crew prefers enticing eats, a relaxing respite, a culture fix or exceptional outdoor experiences, these fantastic cities deliver a world of options for an unforgettable group adventure.
Berlin may have a world-class cultural scene and Munich the world’s most iconic Oktoberfest, but Germany’s second-largest city, Hamburg, boasts the country’s biggest port, along with a sea lover’s spirit that spills across its architecture, cuisine, and culture.
Today, new and inventive ways to travel from point A to point B make the experience more memorable than ever. With so many places to discover, the journey to get to your destination may well be as enriching as being there. Here are a few unique trips to entice travelers to enjoy every step of the way.
Behind its embellished 18th-century façade, lies highlights such as the Théâtre du Capitole, among France’s most renowned opera houses, and the Salle des Illustres (Hall of the Illustrious), which immortalises the municipal history through a collection of 19th-century art.
While it's important to let superstar customers know they're valued, sending your freelance clients holiday gifts can be a slippery slope.
While traveling is an enriching experience, sometimes we need to take a little time to recharge during a trip. Fortunately, there’s a wealth of spa retreats available with a cultural vibe to combine relaxation with a love for new adventures.
When seeking a destination with a food scene to rival its landmark attractions, you can’t go wrong with any of the thriving European cities lauded for their culinary delights. But the questions remain: Should you go with classic or creative? Rustic or elaborate? Fine dining or food truck?
Take the quiz to find out which European city and its local cuisine tempts your tummy enough to dig in to your heart’s content. Bon appétit!
Housed in a former textile factory, this 60-room boutique beauty retains charming traces of its industrial past. Whilst a warmly hued interior with eclectic furnishings and smile-inducing flourishes prove both whimsical and inviting, it’s the harmonious spa and high-calibre dining that far exceed expectations.
For travelers forever searching to incorporate sustainable practices into their lives, the where and how of their food and drink sourcing is just as important as the enchanting locale in which their meals are served.
Here we’ve sourced nine gastronomical experiences that offer locally sourced products made on-site or exclusively created for select hotels across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Beyond majestic castles, classic bathhouses and an eclectic mix of architectural styles, travelers on the lookout for unusual things to do in Budapest will find a wide variety of off-the-grid activities. Whether you're looking to explore subterranean caves and quirky museums or tuck into some oddball eats, this vibrant European city offers a little something for every taste.
Visit the beach, play a round of golf, or stroll Old Town when you reserve a vacation at Marriott’s Marbella Beach Resort.
According to the non-profit Global Wellness Industry, the wellness economy was valued at $4.2 trillion in 2017—growing 12.8% over the three previous years. Clearly, to capitalize on this radical shift towards wellness, savvy event planners follow the latest health trends to enrich delegates’ experience throughout the event.