Richard Branson’s New Passion Project Hotel Opens In Spain
“We’ll never make much money out of these projects,” Richard Branson says of his extensive hotel and villa collection, “They are expressions of love.” But that hasn’t stopped the billionaire founder of the Virgin empire from opening new properties. Branson’s latest passion project is 25 years in the making. The Sun Bunyola, on the Spanish island of Mallorca, is a 26-room property housed in a 16th century finca with three villas across a 1,300-acre estate framed by the Tramuntana mountains and the sea. A vast terrace has panoramic views of Sun Bunyola, and for those who like to be active on vacation, there is also 28-meter pool, hiking trails and cycle paths.
Inside Air France’s Chic New Business Class
Several European airlines—including Lufthansa and British Airways—have recently upgraded their business class offerings and now Air France has begun rolling out its nouveau version. The new Air France business class launched with some flights on 777-300s and will expand this month on newly delivered A350-900s. There is a premium on tech in the new cabins—and of course fine dining, with menus from 17 acclaimed chefs, incuding Anne-Sophie Pic and Régis Marcon.
6 Destinations for Barbie Dream Vacations
As children have known for generations—it’s Barbie’s world, we’re just living in it. Now with the July 21 release of the new Barbie movie starring Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling, fans can travel like the world’s most loved (and loathed) doll. From the pink sands of Bermuda to the shores of Malibu (where Airbnb has opened a real-life Dream House), here’s how to vacation like Barbie this summer.
If you want to visit some of Italy’s most famous attractions, you’ll need to pack appropriately. Most of the country’s religious sites already have rules about clothing, but now some Italian cities have recently introduced strict dress codes when walking around town. Here’s everything you need to know about what to wear as a tourist in Italy.
Where to Eat in Copenhagen Now
If watching Season 2 of The Bear has you hungering for a culinary adventure in Copenhagen, longtime Forbes travel writer Ann Abel has some very savory suggestions. With Noma announcing that it’s closing for good in 2024, several new Asian-influenced restaurants have opened in the Danish capital, including ones with roots in Noma and other Michelin-starred establishments. Here’s where to eat in Copenhagen now.