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The best of the Riviera Maya, a gorgeous coastline that's turning into one of the fastest-growing resort areas in Mexico.
The 4,000-acre resort on Mexico’s Pacific Coast is not a private club, but it feels like a sexy version of one.
Mexico's stunning Baja Peninsula, once prized for its fishing by the likes of Ernest Hemingway, now draws Hollywood A-listers with its trinity of extraordinary resorts.
Like the French Riviera, Turkey’s southwester coast was “discovered” by artists and also transformed by them.
The 25,000-acre beachside fiefdom could only be created by a man of seemingly limitless passions and equal means. Discover the late Sir James Goldsmith’s paradise.
Santa Fe rises out of New Mexico's endless, stark desert landscape like a colorful oasis that teeters between over-the-top kitsch and expressive old soul.
Known for its surf breaks and golf links, Punta Mita continues to expand its appeal with the addition of new resorts and sprawling villas, including an Aman-influenced hideaway.
Intimate, hip beach hotels line the shore of this former hippie enclave, which is now a favorite spot for low-key travelers looking to unplug.
This island has unspoiled coral reefs and protected lagoons so gorgeous that the painter Matisse dubbed them the seventh wonder of the world.
The Balkan country has a rich and turbulent history and a spectacular coastline that's been dubbed the next Riviera.
The South of France most storied region was one of the world's first summer resort areas thanks to its gorgeous seaside setting.
The Amalfi Coast is a place where land, sea and sky strike a note of such otherworldly perfection that the region is best approached by boat in order to take...
Thailand’s third-largest island (roughly the size of Martha’s Vineyard) has gorgeous white beaches and clear, warm seas.
The group of islands has gorgeous beaches, perfect weather, fabulous snorkeling and a wonderful sense of place.
Preserved by ancient fortifications and years of neglect, Cartagena is a colonial gem by the sea that is fast becoming one of South America's most stylish retreats.
With close to 300 kilometers on the Adriatic Sea and spectacular mountains rising behind the coastline, Montenegro has long been a favorite resort area.
In a sea of islands where tourism has sometimes overtaken the local and original, Jamaica remains distinctly its own place, its soul potently intact.
The Mesoamerican Barrier Reef begins north of Cancún, runs all the way to Honduras and is touted as the world’s second largest (after Australia’s Great Barrier). The Yucatán has always...
Vibe: Relaxed, beachside boho chic, intimate. At a Glance: Surrounded by the lavish five-stars of the Riviera Maya, boutique Esencia feels beautifully of the destination, like being invited to a...
From Lisa Frelinghuysen, New York, March 2007 “Over Presidents Day weekend, I took my family to the Esencia hotel on the Mayan Riviera, in Mexico. We liked the idea of...
No one remembers the name of the visitor who suggested rebaptizing the Costa Maya—a corridor of jungle and beach that fronts the limpid Caribbean along the Yucatán peninsula—as the more...
Vibe: Modern, sleek, sprawling. At a Glance: Part of the Mayakoba complex, the Rosewood is built around a network of canals and has an excellent Kid’s Club that keeps fans...
Part of the Maya Riviera’s Mayakoba resort community, the Fairmont Mayakoba has 401 guest rooms located in casitas of various sizes scattered around the forty-five-acre property. Most rooms have views...
Vibe: Romantic, Mexican, lavish. At a Glance: The first luxury resort on the Riviera Maya, Maroma sits on the area’s best beach and has an authentic, destination-specific vibe. Review: On...
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