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A stylish landmark of New York, The Mark Hotel revealed new terrace suites located on the 14th floor. All designed by the famous Jacques Grange, they represent the ultimate statement in luxury. The Five Bedroom Terrace Suite and the Three Bedroom Terrace Suite range from 3,800 to 4,800 square feet offering the privacy and exclusivity of a home with stunning views over Manhattan. The amenities included are private dining experiences and 24/7 in-suite dining by The Mark Restaurant by Jean-Georges, a Frederic Fekkai Salon, 24-hour access to Bergdorf Goodman, personal training with Dan Flores, a shoe shine kiosk by John Lobb and an exclusive scent by Frederic Malle.
It’s the anniversary that French Riviera is going to celebrate in style, and this kind of landmark certainly deserves it. Some of the most famous brands partnered with Hotel Byblos to mark this jubilee.
From a custom Rolls-Royce Dawn B50 convertible inspired by the colors of Cote d’Azur, Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph Summer Edition watches created by Audemars Piguet to the complete redesign of the largest suite.
The Riviera Suite, overlooking the swimming pool, is 180 m2 suite, located in the heart of the hotel, and has been reimagined and decorated by the Italian brand Missoni Home. Rosita Missoni found inspiration in the colors of this seaside haven on the French Riviera and designed space that is both sophisticated and luminous. The favorite suite of many jet setters now has a touch of „la dolce vita“.
The most opulent train ride is now available in Japan. The Train Suite Shiki-shima, operated by East Japan Railway, has five-star lounge, dining and observatory cars and features a menu devised by a Michelin-starred chef. The train can accommodate only 34 passengers in magnificent 17 suites. The suites boast a working fireplace and second-floor loft, and they all represent a perfect combination of traditional Japanese craftsmanship and materials with modern touches. The new-age train is a masterpiece of renowned designer Ken Kiyoyuki Okuyama.
The Givenchy House has just opened its first spa in Monaco, within Hotel Metropole Monte-Carlo, one of the most prestigious addresses of Monaco. Clean lines and noble materials. Designed by architect Didier Gomez, Spa Metropole by Givenchy reflects the House's sophistication and modernity down to every last detail. All ten treatment rooms are decorated in nuanced shades of white, with embossed walls that evoke the lace of Haute Couture gowns. These include a double suite and a single suite equipped with a bath and private hammam. The spa offers a "Heat Experience" package, which includes the sauna, hammam, caldarium, ice fountain and sensory showers. It also boasts a gym with all the latest equipment and a dedicated Givenchy beauty store. The exclusive L'Atelier de Givenchy fragrance collection makes its debut here in Monaco.
Eleven Madison Park restaurant in New York serves the best food around the globe. According to the judges at the World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2017 Awards, Chef-owner Daniel Humm and his team, can prepare for you dishes that will taste (and look) like art. The famous restaurant has been at the top of the list since 2010. Eleven Madison Park features outstanding hospitality and exquisite food in an iconic setting in New York City. It is a must-visit place for all lovers of haute cuisine.
Le Royal Monceau Raffles Paris is the new home of the famous Chef Nobu Matsuhisa. Unique Peruvian-Japanese culinary masterpieces can be experienced at the Matsuhisa Paris restaurant nestled in the hotel. Le Royal Monceau's vibrant culture and history mix perfectly with the exotic and inspirational flavours that the Chef Nobu is famous for. Matsuhisa Paris is part of the Chef's Nobu exclusive and refined brand which is the seventh restaurant opened in the world under the same brand and the first one in France.
Restaurant Monte, located in the famous Istrian coastal town of Rovinj, became the first Croatian restaurant that has met strict criteria and earned the prestigious Michelin star. The contemporary interior, state of the art service, fantastic and innovative cuisine impressed Michelin inspectors. Among food lovers of the Balkan region, Restaurant Monte is often called „the best one“ and a must-visit-restaurant when in Croatia. Chef and owner Danijel Djekic uses local products to create unique dishes which tell a story about love and food. With great food comes great wine list, and restaurant Monte will impress you with their wine list as well.