Anna Smith reminisces on her glamping experience at the Splore Festival near Auckland in 2020.
Australia’s Blue Mountains are a regular stop on the New South Wales tourist trail, but there’s hidden treasure lurking behind those hills.
A Brighton institution, Hotel Pelirocco is so cool that the owners even released an album in 2003. It’s the kind of CD you slip on to set the mood for a stylish dinner party, and its sexy, bohemian tracks reflect the establishment’s unique vibe.
Few parts of the earth are as synonymous with luxury as the Maldives, though it hasn’t always been thus: the archipelago in the Indian Ocean only began courting tourists in the 1970s, and many of the most extravagant island retreats came later.