Reset and Restore: 7 Must-Visit Spas Around the World

Holistic holiday-makers, rejoice! Take a momentary pause from reality and slip away to a place where you can unwind, retune and rejuvenate. The week’s The Edit brings you a collection of luxury locations around the world where the spa experience is indisputable and five-star indulgences remain uncompromised.

Designers to Discover

This year’s London Design Fair brought together over five hundred exhibitors from twenty eight countries, presenting their latest creations to their trade peers and the public. The Old Truman Brewery was filled with a plethora of innovative and creative designs across furniture and lighting, created from various textiles and materials, to be viewed and admired by the circa twenty-seven thousand guests that attended this year. This week we explore a few of our favourite designers to keep an eye out for.

A Guide to Stockholm

Often referred to as ‘Beauty on Water’, Stockholm is a vibrant Scandinavian city where old meets new. This unique capital, spread across fourteen islands, has a historic core dating back to the 13th Century, which remains well preserved to this day. Gamla Stan – the Old Town – is renowned for its narrow, winding, cobblestone streets and snug restaurants, all within close distance to the Royal Palace.

Beaverbrook Hotel

When the fast pace of London life catches up with you, there is only one thing to do – take a much-needed break. Unfortunately, often time doesn’t allow for long-haul flights to faraway destinations but, fear not, there are some first-class alternatives right on your doorstep. Only a forty-minute train or one-hour car ride away from London, Beaverbrook hotel in Surrey offers everything the weary city heart could possibly desire to rest and recover.

Best Hidden Bars around the World

Coming into prominence during the prohibition era in the United States, the speakeasies of today are synonymous with hidden entrances, 1920s glamour and extensive cocktail lists. Finding one of these underground drinking dens might not be as difficult as it used to be, but the rewards are just as high. This week in The Edit we’ve put together a list of our favourite secret bars around the world for you to discover.

Art & Culture: Kyoto, Paris, LA and Rome

Take a moment to escape the modern technologies of today and go back to the basics of what culture used to be about: art, architecture, history and tradition. With our faces peeled to our mobile phones while we rush to catch the next bus to work, sometimes we fail to see the beautiful history that surrounds us. This week’s The Edit dives into some of the greatest cultural hubs the world has to offer and reminds of our precious heritage that has led us to the modern-day, fast-paced and innovation-driven world we live in today.

In the Heart of Art Deco

Located in the heart of one of London’s most prestigious areas; just steps away from the luxury department stores of Harrods and Harvey Nichols and surrounded by the iconic V&A, National History and Science Museum, The Franklin is the elegant Knightsbridge escape.

World’s Best Walking Trails

From Tanzania to Nepal, this week we explore our favourite long walking trails around the world to offer you the wanderlust experience of a lifetime. Check these stunning hiking trails off your bucket list and let the powerful beauty of nature overcome you.

Late Summer Sun

As we patiently await our Indian summer here in London, our hearts’ desires naturally induce a midsummer night’s daydream about faraway lands where winter coats are still buried away in wardrobes and hot soups and stews are not to be found on any restaurant menu. Here is a list of the hottest – in every sense of the word – destinations for your final summer sun fix before we give in to the dawning wintery weather.

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