Find an Oasis in the Big City

Find an Oasis in the Big City

Escapes are often associated with faraway beaches and countryside cabins, but big cities have their own relax-and-recharge methodology. Check out 12 hotels that define “urban oasis.” The post Find an Oasis in the Big City appeared first on Passport.
Summer Music Festivals That Aren’t Coachella

Summer Music Festivals That Aren’t Coachella

To everyone going to Coachella this month, we’re jealous (because Beyoncé). To everyone who isn’t, don’t sweat it. Although Queen B won’t be a regular on the summer circuit, plenty of big name performers will be. Herein, other cities with cool music festivals to check out this summer, and where to check-in. The post Summer…
Porto Pleasures

Porto Pleasures

Taking in the views and catching up on work, a three-hour train ride provides the perfect downtime after Lisbon, and prepares me to explore Porto. Turns out this coastal city in Portugal is just as charming as the last. The post Porto Pleasures appeared first on Passport.
Multi-Generational Travel for the Modern Family

Multi-Generational Travel for the Modern Family

An extra pair of hands to help with the kids and more time spent with all of your loved ones makes multi-generational travel a no-brainer. From Grandpa to the youngsters, we’ve rounded up 10 hotels that excel at crafting an unforgettable vacation for everyone. The post Multi-Generational Travel for the Modern Family appeared first on…
Destination Guide to the Amalfi Coast

Destination Guide to the Amalfi Coast

With cliffsides of colorful buildings and Mediterranean blues only interrupted by the occasional isle, Italy’s Amalfi Coast is one of the world’s most picturesque places. Stopping over in Praiano, Positano, Sorrento and Ischia, photographer Ana Linares dishes on the details of her road trip, and there’s plenty of limoncello on the menu—pasta, gelato and jaw-dropping views…
Whistler Wonderland

Whistler Wonderland

British Columbia is known as a land of play for winter enthusiasts and daredevils alike. When I booked my trip to Whistler Blackcomb, I was seeking a snowboard adventure and was prepared to rough it to get my adrenaline fix for fresh powder. What I discovered, was a destination that offers equal parts adventure and…
Karen Walker

Karen Walker

Both Karen Walker and her eponymous label are well travelled. She’s been to 24 countries and her wares are sold in 200 cities (which doesn’t include the places they’ve gone whilst being worn by, say, Rihanna or Gigi Hadid). Born and based in New Zealand, the designer reveals her travel habits via our Proust-inspired questionnaire.…
Spring Break Vacays for All Ages

Spring Break Vacays for All Ages

Because spring break isn’t just for college students, we’ve rounded up 12 decidedly chic escapes for March that work whether you’re looking for an unforgettable family vacation with the kids or a romantic getaway for two. The post Spring Break Vacays for All Ages appeared first on Passport.
Jackie Kai Ellis

Jackie Kai Ellis

The designer shuttered a successful firm in Vancouver and moved to Paris to become a pastry chef, but the story doesn’t end there. Jackie Kai Ellis adds another noun (author) to her personal history this month with the release of a memoir, The Measure of My Powers. The book recounts a handful of her many travels, and so…
Luxe Hotels Next to World Class Ski Resorts

Luxe Hotels Next to World Class Ski Resorts

Looking for a late winter lift? Nab chalet-style charm, luxe après delights and first tracks at these 10 world class, ski resort-adjacent hotels. The post Luxe Hotels Next to World Class Ski Resorts appeared first on Passport.

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