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Unplug at the Yucatán peninsula in south east Mexico
Tulum is a bohemian beach paradise – a perfect place to unwind and enjoy the weather which is divine throughout the year. It’s packed with fashion, food and travel bloggers who tout the city as the ultimate eco-friendly escape.
But the white sand beaches and turquoise warm waters are just a couple of reasons to visit Tulum. Many people travel to Tulum for its rejuvenating energy. Amazing restaurants with health food, spa with physical and spiritual cleansing treatments and the urge to be computer free makes visitors feel invigorated when they get back home.
There are two distinct areas of Tulum, the pueblo (or town) and the playa. The town offers the most authentic Mexican food experience with an eclectic mix of local lifestyle and tourist accommodations. The playa area offers breathtaking views from amazing hotels and a variety of great restaurants.
Whatever you do when you visit Tulum, leave your high heels behind. This spot is carefree and effortlessly stylish. Embrace beachy hair, breezy fashion and a connection with natural beauty. You’ll leave with a sunny glow and a sense of wanderlust.
Lean back and enjoy the great glamour island of Greece.
Located in the Cyclades and surrounded by the blue-green water of the Aegean sits whitewashed, windmill-strewn Mykonos, the island of the winds.
This ancient island and those surrounding it, mythologized as the bodies of gods felled by Hercules in the time of antiquity, are older legend and have played host to countless cultures for more than millennia.
This book chronicles the culture and society that has defined Mykonos as a predominant island utopia over the past century. With such names as #Paradise” and “Super Paradise”, the sands of these shores have captured the imaginations and hearts of industry titans, artists, and party-goers alike from all around the globe, marking it as a stable cosmopolitan destination and as a paramount it-haven on the jet-set circuit.
At Faena Hotel, everything is at your fingertips.
When it opened in December 2015, Faena Hotel Miami Beach made a splashy debut as the new great hotel of Miami. The hotel evokes Miami’s golden age of glamour with its Art Deco appeal and old-world grandeur.
Enjoy personalized service, steeped in South American hospitality, throughout the numerous bars and restaurants that are located within the hotel. And to relax and unwind, their Tierra Santa Healing House offers a holistic approach to spa and wellbeing.
The most iconic art piece at the ambitious art gallery filled hotel is the live size 25-karat gold sculpture of a mammoth called “Gone but not forgotten” by Damien Hirst. It’s placed in a giant golden display frame on the grounds of the glamorous hotel. It’s probably one of the most posted objects on Instagram from Miami over the past years.
Located on the corner of 32nd & Collins Avenue, in the heart of Mid-Beach, Faena Hotel is just a walk away from South Beach but far enough to feel a serene sense of escape.