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The Good Life

Claridge's, London

The top London hotels attract different clientele. The Dorchester is an outpost for sheiks and emirs, Blake's for movie stars, and the Hilton for...more

Posted: September 1, 1994    By Stephen Brook


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Emeril's, New Orleans

In New Orleans indulgence is not only desirable, it is inevitable. The city's historic French Quarter, which Tennessee Williams described as "rakish...more

Posted: September 1, 1994    By Michael Moaba


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Les Halles, Washington, D.C.

In Washington, D.C., a city too often constrained by bureaucratic behavior and an uptight, buttoned-down ambience, there's finally room to blow a...more

Posted: September 1, 1994    By Michael Frank


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St. Regis, New York City

At New York's most expensive hotel, you get what you pay for. Despite the money, the St. Regis is, hands-down, one of the world's top hotels, and it...more

Posted: June 1, 1994    By Michael Frank


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Grand Bay Hotel, Miami

The valet runs toward the car. The bell captain in a white uniform emerges from his kiosk and heads toward the car, too. Within seconds of stopping,...more

Posted: June 1, 1994    By Gordon Mott


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Hotel Crillon, Paris

Designed by Jacques-Ange Gabriel for Louis XV in 1758, the Hotel de Crillon on the Place de la Concorde has lost little of its 18th-century splendor....more

Posted: June 1, 1994    By Judy Fayard


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Joel Robuchon, Paris

It's never worth rushing a great meal or a great cigar, but if you wish to have one of France's great gastronomic experiences, you better get to...more

Posted: June 1, 1994    By James Suckling


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Michael's, Santa Monica, California

Fifteen years ago, on the cusp of the '80s--when Americans discovered fine food, junk bonds and a limitless capacity for self-gratification--Michael...more

Posted: June 1, 1994    By David Shaw


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Mortons, New York City

The days of rough-hewn, slightly faded-around-the-edges steakhouses in the Big Apple are over. The polished, deep-red mahogany paneling, thick...more

Posted: June 1, 1994    By Gordon Mott


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Chanterelle, New York City

On a sunny, cool afternoon at Chanterelle, the pale dining-room's apricot walls are aglow. Every white-cloth-covered table is filled with the lunch...more

Posted: March 1, 1994    By Gordon Mott


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Hotel Richemond, Geneva, Switzerland

Guests tend to return again and again to Hôtel Richemond. For some, it is the attentive service that makes them feel right at home. For others, like...more

Posted: March 1, 1994    By Per Henrik-Mansson


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The Turnberry Hotel, Ayrshire, Scotland

It seems hard to imagine now, but the Turnberry Hotel was once owned by the forerunner to British Rail. Nowadays, no greater disparity could exist...more

Posted: March 1, 1994    By Giles MacDonough


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