Condé Nast Traveller (@condenasttraveller) — An insider's guide to the world.
Is this the most spoiling hideaway in Italy? Grand Hotel a Villa Feltrinelli has resolutely carved its own path, refusing to modernise, embracing its history. A peachy pink palazzo on the still waters of Lake Garda that has been drawing the likes of Churchill and DH Lawrence since the 1890s. ✍️ @issyvonsimson
From dough to toppings, pizza can be a divisive topic in the USA. In San Francisco, away from the traditional New York vs Chicago debate, small taverna Che Fico is proposing an altogether different alternative: a distinctively wide crust roasted at a low temperature, with a charred finish, then sprinkled generously with Parmesan. @chefico#SanFrancisco#Pizza 📸 title="@thefacinator" href="/thefacinator" class="media-footer__link">@thefacinator
One of the six tents at Hoanib Valley in Namibia, which overlooks a sand river, and was established by conservation-minded Natural Selection. In spite of its sophisticated feel, the camp leaves virtually no footprint in this fragile eco-system. #Namibia 📸 title="@michaelturek" href="/michaelturek" class="media-footer__link">@michaelturek
Les Roches Rouges is a stylishly revamped Fifties waterfront retreat in Saint Raphael in the South of France. Whitewashed walls, polished-concrete floors and minimalist furniture set this hotel apart from the local crowd. #France#Provence 📸 title="@anthonylanneretonne" href="/anthonylanneretonne" class="media-footer__link">@anthonylanneretonne
Settled in the 18th century by Quakers from Nantucket who needed an inland port for their whaling ships, Hudson had become an extremely busy shipping route by the time the Hudson-Athens lighthouse was constructed in 1873. These buildings across the world have long intrigued writers, artists, eccentrics – see our round-up of the loveliest at the link in bio now. 📸 @juliencapmeil
Pumphouse Point, a decommissioned hydro-electric power station on Lake St Clair in Tasmania was built in 1940. Recently its undergone a conversion turning it into one of the loveliest hotels i the country, set in the middle of a vast lake reached by jetty. @pumphousepoint#Tasmania 📸 title="@adam.gibson.photo" href="/adam.gibson.photo" class="media-footer__link">@adam.gibson.photo
Pounta, a whitewashed restaurant on the Greek island of Folegandros, a sundrunk Cycladic secret that we explored in the July/August issue of Condé Nast Traveller, on sale now from the link in bio. Order courgette fritters or stews of rabbit, served on crockery that is often for sale. ✍️ Antonia Quirke 📸 @analuiphotography.#Folegandros#GreekIslands
La Granja made a big noise when it opened on Ibiza in 2016. The lovechild of Claus Sendlinger, a former clubber, one-time CEO of Design Hotels and Ibiza resident who believes that ruralism, as well as being the bedrock of the island’s past, has a role to play in its future. Read more about Ibiza's rooted restaurant revival on cntraveller.com now. #Ibiza@farmerlagranja 📸 @analuiphotography.
Sunbeds around the pool that leads to the Pacific Ocean at Cangrejo y Toro, a low-key hotel in Zihuatanejo, Mexico. Here, change is rare and days are refreshingly slow. #Zihuatanjejo#Mexico 📸 title="@juliencapmeil" href="/juliencapmeil" class="media-footer__link">@juliencapmeil
Designers are taking a shine to warm base metals around the world, with industrial copper making its way into hotels and restaurants. 📸 1. Guests are greeted by a mighty burnished-copper hull at the reception desk at Sea Containers London. 2. The rooms at 25Hours Hotel Bikini in Berlin have brushed-copper headboards and slick bedside lights. 3. A hooded fireplace is a feature at Walt & Burley bar on the shores of Lake Burley Griffin in Canberra.