When the Hotel Nacional opened in 1972, it was the epitome of glamorous Rio.
When actress Julie Andrews moved to Gstaad in the 1960s, she insisted on decorating its chalets with 1,000 lights.
A perfectly preserved gold rush town, Bodie in California has been left in a permanent state of stasis.
The Arts Club is just as relevant today as it was when it was launched by Charles Dickens in 1863.
Not only is it set to attract tourists from far and wide, it is also a trendsetting spot for locals to view the city from a refreshing new angle.
To bypass this culturally rich capital, where simple Balinese traditions coexist with the city’s modernising moves, is a rookie traveller error.
Two national parks in Uganda are giving tourists the opportunity to encounter wild gorillas and chimps in closer proximity than ever before.
Situated in the Madinat Jumeirah on the site of the old Rivington Bar and Grill, Folly is the new venture by Price and partners Nick Alvis and Viktorija Paplauskiene.