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  • Studios Castropola, Pula, Croatia

    Studios Castropola, Pula, Croatia

    Pula, the largest city in Istria County, is host to some of the most spectacular ancient Roman buildings and exciting nightlife. It boasts a long history of wine making, fishing and shipbuilding. The Pula Arena is one of the best preserved Roman Amphitheaters in the world and is currently used […]

     
  • Four Seasons, Prague

    Four Seasons, Prague

    Readers of The Tastemaker will be familiar with our preference for staying in the Four Seasons hotels. But why the Four Seasons in particular? It is the absolute rule of thumb for every Four Seasons Hotel that the level of service is second to none. The Four Seasons Prague is […]

     
  • Four Seasons, Bahrain

    Four Seasons, Bahrain

    Four Seasons Bahrain: Fit for a King If the title does not persuade you of the lavishness of this hotel, then we’ll further explain: the FS Bahrain is, in fact, owned by a member of the Bahraini royal family. Palatial in proportions and with an attention to the detail to […]

     
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  • ApartHotel Palais Josephine, Beausoleil, France

    ApartHotel Palais Josephine, Beausoleil, France

    Marrying the best of both worlds – an apartment and hotel – allows you to experience life as a local – with the added benefit of service and advice. ApartHotel Palais Josephine in Beausoleil, two steps from the bright lights of Monaco, is the perfect pied-a-terre when visiting the Cote […]

     
  • The Four Seasons, Bogota, Colombia

    The Four Seasons, Bogota, Colombia

    The hotel is split in two, in the sense that it occupies two buildings, within 15 minutes drive of each other. We stayed in the modern building, located in what we discovered was the most vibrant and trendy part of town. This is a relatively small hotel (just 69 rooms), […]

     
  • Lifting the lid on Costa Rica’s Caribbean coast.

    Lifting the lid on Costa Rica’s Caribbean coast.

    It was with a Robinson Crusoe attitude that we ventured into the Costa Rican jungle. Flooded with pictures of the beautiful, wild Caribbean coast (of Costa Rica and Panama), the trip was something we had been dreaming of for a while. We had gone there with guns blazing: we had […]

     
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