Posts filed under: Luxury Lifestyle

NeuroSpa, the International Luxury Hotel Association’s Official Massage and Spa Chair Partner, is offering interested hoteliers worldwide the possibility to trial their “Spa in a Room” NeuroSpa Zero-G Massage with full body Neuro-Muscular Massage combined with Synchronized Chroma-therapy and Musicotherapy. The...
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Fancy watching Andy Murray from the comfort of your own home? A luxury apartment offering views over Wimbledon has gone on the market for £915,000. The apartment almost-directly overlooks Wimbledon’s No.1 Court where you can see all your favourite stars...
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Luxury has changed. It has developed and adapted itself according to the new markets. In the early 1980s, Japan changed the playing field. The Japanese had begun to travel and wanted to buy accessories, more so than ready-to-wear, for reasons...
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Today’s power players are increasingly turning to less formal surroundings for their powwows—places where the beef comes in the form of burgers as well as steaks and the culinary trend is farm-to-table. The list was developed by Bloomberg Custom Content...
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How about a home in the hills, or by the beach or lake? Sounds ideal, doesn’t it? Not really, if you are a golf enthusiast and want to be just putting distance away from the golfing green. That way, even...
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According to the 2015 Prime Global Cities Index, recently released by the London-based real estate consultancy Knight Frank, luxury properties are on average 46 percent more expensive globally than they were back in the second quarter of 2009, when the...
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  Pirates of the Caribbean star Johnny Depp has officially listed a 37-acre village in Plan de le Tour, France, for sale at almost $26 million. Depp’s estate lies around 17 miles away from destination hot spot Saint Tropez and...
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    For her 18th birthday last year Temi Otedola wanted to celebrate in style. So her family hired One Mayfair and threw a bash none of the 180 guests would forget. The theme was Moulin Rouge (it was either...
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    On May 11, an anonymous buyer at Christie’s in New York set a record when they placed a bid for $US179.4 million for “Les femmes d’Alger (Version ‘O’),” a vibrant canvas painted by Pablo Picasso in 1955. It...
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    Extremely rich people buy cars, house and lots or luxury timepieces to celebrate their bountiful wealth. Extremely rich people from mainland China, on the other hand, buy private islands. In China, instead of getting luxury cars or prime...
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