A Boston-based former senior travel editor of Departures, Andrew writes + edits stories about travel, food, culture + fashion; creates branded content; and collaborates with designers on their books.
Boston hardly suffers from a shortage of Italian and Italian-American restaurants. In fact, it’s got an entire neighborhood devoted to them. But that doesn’t mean the recent opening of Orfano is just another drop in the bucket of red sauce. If fact, it’s quite the opposite.
Universities and boutique hotel brands are quickly expanding in what may be a recession-proof segment of the travel industry: one with school spirit.
There’s nothing magical about economy-class air travel. But with JetBlue’s snazzy new gray, orange and, of course, blue redesign of the interiors of its workhorse Airbus A320 planes—the carrier’s first of said aircraft in almost 20 years—the airline has managed to pull off a pretty neat trick.
The major surge of grand openings, smart renovations, and enticing expansions coming online in the region feels particularly stylish and sophisticated.
It’s time to start thinking about the destinations that savvy travelers should put on their wish lists for 2019. From new hotel openings and landmark anniversaries to major sporting events and relaxed visa requirements, there are myriad reasons to visit these 12 destinations around the world. Here, cities, regions and countries from near and far that’ll be in their prime during the months ahead.
Chartering a chopper used to be the height of chic for a weekend escape — Manhattan to Southampton in 40 minutes, anyone? But these days, it’s seaplane sojourns that are all the rage, not least from Miami and especially to the Bahamas and the Florida Keys.
Some of the most swoon-worthy new boutique hotel spas of the last year have emerged in relatively unlikely locations—and we love them all the more for it. Read on for plenty of unexpected discoveries and secret spots, all with surprisingly robust wellness offerings.
The architect has imbued the minimalist-chic Tel Aviv stay with his signature style, while at the same time honoring the site's long history.
The adventuresome husband-and-wife duo Christine and John Gachot has turned two historic retail buildings into a residential-feeling hostelry replete with the authentic character of the hip watch brand.