Avant-guarde designers are here to stay as the spring season makes its way toward summer.
This year’s edition of Baselworld brought new surprises, innovations and a lot of excitement.
Puerto Rico is often called the Island of Enchantment because anyone who visits this captivating destination will fall in love with its culture, natural formations, white-sand beaches, rainforests, delicious food and wholehearted warmth that characterizes the whole of the Caribbean.
The original developer, Laurence S. Rockefeller, turned this remote plantation into one of the most luxurious resorts in Puerto Rico, one that has made it its mission to provide a memorable vacation experience for those who seek a discreet individualized service in the midst of a spra-wling tropical setting.
Traditional Barbadian architecture and finishes, floor plans that maximize open living spaces and stunning views coupled with unparalleled privacy can all be found at Saint Peter’s Bay, a world-class resort located in the paradisiac island of Barbados
Spacious guestrooms and suites combined with contemporary architecture and a timeless, colo-nial atmosphere are a staple at Park Hyatt, located at Banana Bay, one of the most picturesque spots in the whole of the Caribbean.
When you see a megayacht built with the craftsmanship, expertise and dedication of a shipyard like AMELS, you know you stand before a masterpiece.
JR and Loren Ridinger, entrepreneurs and owners of the new Rossinavi Utopia IV, envisioned a yacht in which they could spend time with their family.
Like every year, during the first week of February, Paris goes from being the city of love to being the city of passion for classic and collector cars; this is because this metropolis is where the Retromobile takes place.
Since 1954, the Italian firm OTAM has focused all of its resources on the construction of vessels of the highest quality.
The long history of this wonderful castle begins in the 12th century as a small castle named La Mothe de Marguax, which had several owners through the years. It was between 1572 and 1582 that there was a radical change thanks to the Lestonnac family, who renovated the castle and stopped producing cereals to create vineyards, reaching 265 hectares.
The Museum of Art of Puerto Rico (MA-PR) and the Museum of Contemporary Art (MAC-PR) possess a wide cultural background. Their collections reflect the artistic perspective of the is-land’s changes and social transformations by preserving, documenting and disseminating works produced in Puerto Rico, the Caribbean and Latin America.
The classic rum—made of superior molasses and coral-filtered water—is considered a unique nectar, served in hundreds of bright and colorful stores throughout the island. However, one of the greatest secrets of the island has to do with its dual celebration: Kadooment Day.
The Caribbean is home to countless vestiges of the European conquest over the Americas, and however controversial the subject might be, we can’t deny that over the centuries, these historical sites have become places worth traveling all the way to their destination just to take a look at them.