Lucire
The global fashion magazine December 09, 2021 

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Cruising for a new generation

Elyse Glickman was there for the christening of AmaWaterways’ new boat, the AmaSiena, and her maiden voyage from Amsterdam to Basel
Photographed by the author
From issue 44 of
Lucire and the January 2022 issue of Lucire KSA

 


Old masters

Stanley Moss delights in the art, architecture and photography that Paris has to offer
Photographed by the author, Paula Sweet, and courtesy of Marlborough Gallery and Rabouan Moussion
From issue 44 of
Lucire and the December 2021 issue of Lucire KSA

 


A fresh bite into New England

Massachusetts is richer with the farm-to-table experiences of Woods Hill Farm restaurants in Boston and Concord, writes Lola Cristall

 


Cruising back into luxury

Elyse Glickman speaks with AmaWaterways’ co-founder Kristin Karst, as she reflects on sailing back into the luxury cruise world and appealing to younger, more active travellers
Photographed by the author and courtesy AmaWaterways

 


Rock of ages: Andaz West Hollywood keeps the beat alive in luxury

Hollywood has heritage, one that others might envy, as Jody Miller looks at the Andaz West Hollywood and its connections to 1960s glamour and rock-and-roll legends

 


A standing ovation to culinary creativity

Lola Cristall enjoys an exquisite culinary adventure at Gabriel Kreuther’s restaurant in New York
Photographed by Todd Coleman Photography

 


A hop, sip and a jump

Jody Miller traverses California’s Sonoma and Livermore wine regions

 


Future directions for the one and only Diriyah Gate

Lucire KSA meets the CEO of the Diriyah Gate Development Authority, Jerry Inzerillo, who shares insights into the future plans for the UNESCO historical site. Taha Sakr speaks with him
From the August 2021 issue of Lucire KSA

 


Cruising Zanzibar

The tiny island of Zanzibar, locally known as Unguja, sits 15 miles off the coast of Tanzania, near Dar-Es-Salaam. A semi-autonomous region, it’s renowned for pristine beaches and rich history. Douglas Cruickshank offers this insider’s profile
Main photograph by Rafał Jędrzejek/Unsplash

 


When Greece reopens, head for the islands

Stanley Moss is looking at the top properties to head to once travel restrictions ease, and where better than two destinations in the Greek islands?

 


Should I get my young son a pet rhino?

The Uganda Wildlife Conservation Education Centre is a must-visit for those heading to east Africa, writes Douglas Cruickshank, whose son has fallen for the charms of a rhinoceros there

 


After the pandemic, luxury travel in Uganda?

Douglas Cruickshank, Kampala-based author of Somehow: Living on Uganda Time, takes readers on Lucire’s first journey to his second home
Photographed by the author

 


Naumi brings its award-winning flair to New Zealand

Now with five properties, Singapore-HQed Naumi injects its flair and luxury into three New Zealand centres

 


Bites of elegance in Massachusetts

Lola Cristall samples some of Massachusetts’ supreme spots for epicureans

 


Gastro Garage: passing the torched

Adam Manacker and Stewart Levine rev up their one-of-a-kind “dinner and a show” concept for diners looking to get out and explore something new after a subdued summer, reports Elyse Glickman
Photographed by the author and courtesy W Hollywood

 


Travelling back in time: the South Island to ourselves

A silver lining: COVID-19 has made driving through Aotearoa New Zealand pleasurable and easy, as Kip Brook embarks on a tour toward the Otago region
Photographed by the author

 


Delectable Boston

When Boston and Cambridge, Massachusetts, get back on track after COVID-19, Lola Cristall has her choices on where you can dine out

 


New York’s sophisticated spots

Some of New York’s prime culinary destinations await customers’ return as the state sees its COVID-19 infections drop after weeks of lockdown. Lola Cristall has the low-down on numerous favourites

 


Country cool

Elyse Glickman reports that there is more to Tennessee than Nashville and Memphis, which resonates with its rich musical legacies. The state also boasts the I-40 (the Music Highway), a variety of museums, lush green spaces and an eclectic assortment of restaurants serving everything from barbecue and comfort food to contemporary bistro, ethnic, and vegan fare
Photographed by the author

 


Capital fare

Lola Cristall has been checking out luxury hotels on the US’s east coast, in Maryland and Washington, DC
Photographed by Cris Molina, Ron Blunt and Larry Lamsa

 


The next best thing

To those with the travel bug finding themselves at home, don’t fret: there are virtual museum tours, and more, to explore
Main photograph by Anna Shvets

 


Land of the giants

Shedding its haunted past, Guyana blooms as the next rainforest destination. George Rush explores the country
Photographed by Eamon Rush
From issue 41 of
Lucire

 


Chain reaction

Through the course of a year, Stanley Moss came across Accor’s Pullman chain five times in three countries. He discovers that in each city—New Delhi, Marseille, Auckland and Paris—Pullman was united by high standards
Photographed by Paula Sweet

 


Balinese choices, part 2

Stanley Moss heads to Bali for seven weeks, and immerses himself into the local culture. In part two of our series, he looks at five must-stay properties
Photographed by Paula Sweet

 


In the shadow of the Remarkables

Offering stunning views of Lake Wakatipu, the Rees Hotel gives five-star luxury for those wanting both short- and long-term stays near Queenstown, writes Stanley Moss
Photographed by Paula Sweet

 


 

 

 

 

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