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Wine Destinations

A wine holiday is a bucket-list experience for any wine lover and over 30% of global travellers said they were likely to take a winery tour at some point in 2017*. So whether you know your Chardonnays from your Zinfandels or are a complete wine novice, there’s no need to worry. We delved into our more than 1.4 million properties and analysed our over 126 million trusted reviews to present seven beautiful destinations highly endorsed for vineyards and to the best places to stay for all varieties of wine lovers. In these destinations you can sample the local produce, learn what makes a top quality vintage, and impress your guests at your next dinner party with some choice souvenirs from your new favourite vineyard.

Beaune, France (Burgundy)

Beaune was once at the bottom of a tropical sea, and the rich soil it left is the secret behind the flavour of Burgundy wines. For a real taste of what the region has to offer, visit the third weekend in November for Hospice de Beaune Wine Auction and the festival which takes place in the area.

Where to stay: Located in the historical centre of Beaune, Barbary Lane House Rental offers self-catering apartments with a fireplace and overlooks the inner courtyard dating back to the 17th century.

Stellenbosch, South Africa

Given that there are over 150 tasting rooms along the way, you definitely won’t have a dull moment on the Stellenbosch Wine Route. Highly endorsed by travellers for vineyards, wine, food and scenery, this beautiful destination hosts regular wine festivals and events.

Where to stay: Nestled amongst vineyards at the foot of Helderberg Mountain, near Stellenbosch, the Eikendal Lodge features lush gardens and a pool. Cucina di Giovanni Restaurant @ Eikendal serves lunch and dinner in a wine cellar, which is a charming 15-minute walk from the main lodge.

Rüdesheim am Rhein, Germany (Rhine Valley)

The picturesque town of Rüdesheim am Rhein, in the Rhine Valley, is a popular winemaking destination and home to the Rheingau Wine Museum, presenting a collection of exhibits from the ancient times until today.

Where to stay: Surrounded by the pretty streets of the Old Town, the family-run Breuer’s Rüdesheimer Schloss is located within an 18th-century building in Rüdesheim. The hotel’s traditional restaurant offers a variety of wines from its own winery that can be tasted and purchased.

Mendoza, Argentina

While Malbec originated in France, it’s thrived in Mendoza’s climate. It’s no wonder that wine from this region is known for its lush fruitiness: the grapes in this region get to sunbathe for 300 days a year!

Where to stay: Featuring a homely atmosphere, Bed And Breakfast Plaza Italia is a small guest house in a central location, just 300 meters from Rivadavia Street and Independencia Square. It’s popular amongst our travellers who endorse Mendoza for vineyards, scenery and gourmet food. The property can also arrange various wine tasting tours for you.

Napa Valley, USA

Stretching out across endless green hills, Napa vineyards pride themselves on producing first-rate grapes. Wander through the endless vineyards and meet the people behind the wines while enjoying a relaxing holiday, even during winter when you get to savour every last drop of your favourite wine away from the crowds.

Where to stay: Milliken Creek Inn is a luxury, adults-only hotel in Napa Valley, situated within a 15-minute drive of Francis Ford Coppola Winery, Renteria Wines and Rocca Family Vineyards. A complementary wine and cheese reception is available daily at the hotel’s main house.

Pokolbin, Australia (Hunter Valley)

Surrounded by numerous wineries of the Hunter Valley, the rural area of Pokobin is set in one of Australia’s oldest wine regions and is home to a great variety of accommodations and restaurants serving local wines and seasonal, gourmet food.

Where to stay: Set on 12 acres in Pokolbin in the Hunter Valley, Berenbell Vineyard Retreat offers self-contained accommodation with stunning views of the vineyard and the Brokenback Mountain Range. The property is just 5 minutes’ walk from a number of restaurants and wineries.


*According to data collected by with 12,781 respondents across 13 markets in September 2016. Respondents had to be 18 years of age or older, had to have travelled at least once in 2016 and had to be planning at least one trip for 2017. All respondents had to consider themselves part of their travel decision-making process.




pantone 2018 london

LONDON, 14 September 2017 – Pantone LLC, an X-Rite company and the global authority on colour and provider of professional colour standards for the design industries, today announced the PANTONE® Fashion Colour Trend Report Spring 2018 edition for London Fashion Week. Published for the fashion industry by the Pantone Color Institute, a trend forecasting and colour consultancy, the report features the top colours we can expect to see from fashion designers on the runway for the upcoming spring collections.

Celebrating exploration and experimentation, the PANTONE Fashion Colour Trend Report Spring 2018 edition for London, which features the top 12 colours for men’s and women’s fashion, underscores colour’s continued importance in driving fashion trends. Highlighting the consumer’s desire to mix, blend and create the unexpected, the palette showcases the unique nuances of colour expression for the London market. The report also includes four core classic shades. Transcending seasons and providing a foundation to any wardrobe, these core colours can be built upon in tonal stories or amplified with contrasting colours to create a new level of energy for the Spring 2018 season.

“Colour’s increased influence in fashion design is being felt around the world. Designers for both the US and UK markets recognize the need to show more colour in their collections,” says Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director, Pantone Color Institute. “We broadened the direction for Spring 2018 to satisfy the growing consumer appetite for flexibility of expression through colour. Unique shades for the London runway convey themes of energy, sophistication and serenity. There are multi-dimensional and grounded hues, while others exude a vibrant breath of fresh air.”

Along with this universally recognized freedom to use colour as a mode of expression, experts at the Pantone Color Institute note that fashion and the people who interact with it, no longer want to limit themselves by following traditional colour guidelines. Untypical spring shades that make for complex and original combinations expand the opportunity for self-expression and communicate the consumer desire to flout the rules and push the boundaries. The colour palette for Spring 2018 is a perfect reflection of this new sentiment.

About the Spring 2018 LFW Color Palette:

“Similar to New York Fashion Week trends, the Spring 2018 colour palette for London showcases an appreciation for the complexity and distinctiveness of colour as well as the appetite for expression through colour, which is something that evolves and can be played with,” said Eiseman. “Consumers are looking for more colour variety. This expanded palette speaks to spontaneous colour usage and embraces the lack of gender and seasonal borders we are seeing embraced within the London fashion industry.”

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About Fashion Colour Trend Report

The colours featured in the semiannual PANTONE Fashion Colour Trend Report are selected from the PANTONE FASHION, HOME + INTERIORS Color System, the most widely used and recognized colour standards system for fashion, textile, home and interior design. The Pantone Color Institute issues the PANTONE Fashion Colour Trend Report for London, and the PANTONE Fashion Color Trend Report for New York as semi-annual colour trend forecasts for the upcoming season, highlighting the top colours you can expect to see at New York Fashion Week and London Fashion Week. The PANTONE Fashion Colour Trend Report serves as a colour reference throughout the season for fashion enthusiasts, reporters and retailers.

About The Pantone Color Institute™

The Pantone Color Institute™ is a consulting service within Pantone that forecasts global color trends and advises companies on color in brand identity and product development, for the application and integration of color as a strategic asset. Recognized around the world as a leading source of color information through seasonal trend forecasts, custom color development, and palette recommendations for product and corporate identity, Pantone Color Institute partners with global brands to leverage the power, psychology and emotion of color in their design strategy.

About Pantone

Pantone, a wholly owned subsidiary of X-Rite, Incorporated, enables color-critical decisions, from inspiration to realization, for brands and manufacturers.

Over 10 million designers and producers around the world employ Pantone products and services to communicate through color, and control consistency across various materials and finishes.

Pantone offers designers, brands and consumers, products and services through three unique business divisions: Pantone standards, which includes digital and physical workflow tools and the quintessential Pantone color language; the Pantone Color Institute™, which provides trend, brand identity, and color assurance consulting services; and Pantone Lifestyle, the consumer products division that brings color and design together across apparel, home and accessories. More information is available at

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Discover the New UNESCO World Heritage Sites


There are over a thousand World Heritage Sites, and every year UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) gets dozens of applications for new sites. To be selected the site must be of exceptional value and meet at least one of ten very strict criteria. This year UNESCO announced 21 new World Heritage Sites: 3 natural and 18 cultural. The new sites can be found in every corner of the world, from icy Greenland to the Kalahari Desert, and from the mountains of the Andes to the temples of Cambodia. To celebrate the induction of these new cultural and natural wonders, we’ve selected a few of the most exciting new sites. Even though some of them are in remote locations we still found some great places to stay nearby!


Los Alerces National Park (Argentina)

The Los Alerces National park is located in the Andes in the Argentinian Chubut Province. It is one of the new natural World Heritage Sites on UNESCO’s list. The park owes its name to the many ‘alerce trees’ that can be found there. Besides vast forests the landscape consists of alpine meadows and beautiful lakes and rivers. The park is also home to several endangered animals like the huillín otter and the Patagonian huemul and pudú deer.

Where to stay: Laguna Larga Lodge (Lago Futalaufquen)

Laguna Larga Lodge is located on a 120-hectare estate in the national park. It is three miles from the magnificent Futalaufquen Lake, but just a couple of steps from the lake Laguna Larga. It boasts its own beach and pier and cosy Alpine-style accommodation with lake views. Every day you can enjoy a full American breakfast and the restaurant offers international dishes. Horse riding trips through the beautiful landscape can be arranged as well as fishing trips. travellers rate the location of Laguna Larga Lodge as one of the best in the area.


Temple Zone of Sambor Prei Kuk, Archaeological Site of Ancient Ishanapura (Cambodia)

Isanapura was the capital of the Chenla Empire that flourished in the late 6th and early 7th centuries. To this day, the ruins of dozens of temples and buildings can still be admired at the archaeological site Sambor Prei Kuk in the Kompong Thom province. The architecture and art developed here laid the foundations for the unique Khmer style of the Angkor period. Highlights are the unique octagonal temples and the beautifully decorated colonnades, lintels and pediments.

Where to stay: Sambor Village Hotel (Kompong Thom)

Overlooking the scenic Stung Sen River, Sambor Village Hotel is located 650 yards from central Kompong Thom, a 40 minute drive from Sambor Prei Kuk. Rooms at Sambor Village Hotel come with a cable TV, personal safe, minibar, spacious veranda and outdoor seating area. You can use the free bicycles to explore the area at leisure and cool down in the pool. Refreshing cocktails can be enjoyed by the poolside bar and only the freshest ingredients are used to prepare the local dishes served at Sambor Village. Travellers from have rated the hotel for the best value in Kompong Thom.


Gulangyu, a Historic International Settlement (China)

Gulangyu is a small island located on the estuary of the Chiu-lung River, off the coast of the Xiamen. When the port of Xiamen opened for international trade in 1842, foreigners started to come to Gulangyu. In 1903 it even became an international settlement. This cultural exchange is visible in the exceptional architectural styles on the island, like the Amoy Deco Style. Gulangyu is a popular tourist attraction, with more than 10 million visitors a year, but does not allow cars or bicycles. The island can be reached by ferry from downtown Xiamen, which only takes five minutes.

Where to stay: Flower Yard Inn Xiamen Gulangyu Anhai Garden Branch, which is located on Guilangyu, is less than one mile from Huangu Ferry Marina. All rooms have a TV, a private bathroom and complementary Wi-Fi. The inn is just a couple of miles from Nanputuo Temple and there is a tour desk that can help guests arrange excursions. The property has one of the best-rated locations the area, according to guests.


Taputapuātea (French Polynesia)

Taputapuātea is a commune of French Polynesia on the island Ra’iatea. It is considered the centre of the Polynesian Triangle and consists of Avera, Puohine and Opoa. In Opoa, you’ll find the ‘marae’, a communal and sacred place that served as a ceremonial, political and funerary centre for the Ma’ohi people. It was established 1,000 years CE and restored in 1994. It consists of a large paved courtyard overlooking the sea, a large upright stone and several tiki’s. It is one of the largest and most important marae of the world.

Where to stay: Fare Oviri Lodge (Opoa)

Fare Oviri Lodge overlooks a private white sandy beach and offers Polynesian-style bungalows with a private patio and lovely views of the mountains and sea. It features free snorkelling, canoeing equipment and free Wi-Fi in public areas. The tour desk can arrange diving trips and boat tours around the island, so it’s no wonder guests highly rate it for friendly staff! Oviri lodge Raiatea is only three miles from the Taputapuātea marae.


Assumption Cathedral and Monastery of the town-island of Sviyazhsk (Russia)

Sviyazhsk is an island and town in the Republic of Tatarstan in Russia. It was founded in 1551 by Ivan the Terrible who used it as an outpost for his conquest of the Kazan Khanate. Originally it wasn’t an island, but when the Kuybyshev Reservoir was created, the lands around it flooded. However, a road still connects Sviyazhsk to the mainland. On the island you will find the Assumption Monastery and Assumption Cathedral, both dating back to the 16th century. The original frescoes of the cathedral have been preserved and are some of the rarest examples of Eastern Orthodox mural paintings.

Where to stay: Hotel Complex Dejavu (Innopolis)

Innopolis Hotel Complex Dejavu is situated in Innopolis, a technology park that got its town status in 2014. The hotel is a 30-minute drive from Sviyazhsk and Kazan. It has an outdoor pool and spa centre, as well as Finnish and Turkish sauna and guests can enjoy a drink at the bar or a meal at the restaurant. In the winter, you can enjoy the nearby ski slopes and in the summer, you can play golf 550 yards from the property. travellers love the location.


ǂKhomani Cultural Landscape (South Africa)

The ǂKhomani Cultural Landscape is located in the Kalahari Desert in South Africa on the border with Namibia and Botswana. The nomadic ǂKhomani San people were considered to be the first inhabitants of South Africa. They learned how to adopt to harsh desert conditions and other geographical features of their environment. You can visit the Kalahari Gemsbok National Park if you want to get an idea of the ǂKhomani Cultural Landscape.

Where to stay: Xaus Lodge (Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park)

Xaus Lodge is located in the Kalahari Gemsbok National Park which is part of the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. The lodge is owned by traditional South African communities and the chalets are designed like their own traditional dwellings, but with a private bathroom. The lodge features a swimming pool and a restaurant and you can enjoy the view of many animal species at the water pan. You can go on guided bush walks or visit to the San people in their village. Guests from love the friendly staff.




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