Audemars Piguet Hotel Switzerland

The Audemars Piguet hotel in Switzerland is getting a makeover

Located in the Vallée de Joux, the project will be completed by 2020

Travel review: The Scottish Highlands

The Scottish Highlands has become a favourite spot for Gulf royals – unsurprising given the stunning natural scenery and rich history, says Neil King

Travel review: Taking in Munich

Munich’s combination of culture, history and hearty food makes it well worth a visit

Travel review: Exploring Durban

Austyn Allison discovers the sights, sounds and history of Durban, South Africa

Travel review: Seychelles, treasure of the Indian ocean

With lush forests, unique wildlife, and the possibility of pirate treasure, there’s much more to the 115-island Seychelles archipelago

Travel review: Inside gorgeous Georgia

The former Soviet Union country has come into its own, and presents visitors with an array of delights, says Aarti Nagraj

Travel review: Holidaying in Hanoi

The Vietnamese capital offers an eclectic mix of culture, food, atmosphere and history on the banks of the Red River

Travel review: Azerbaijan beckons

The ‘fire country’ has an eclectic mix of historical attractions set alongside new-world wonders to satisfy the taste of any visitor

Travel review: Essex, countryside and coastlines

Neil King traverses the southeastern county of Essex in the UK, finding a rich history, varied landscape and family-friendly destination

Travel review: Buenos Aires, a mesmerising melting pot

Neil King dives into the vibrant Argentine capital of Buenos Aires, where food, dance and football can leave an indelible impression

Travel review: Venice, old world charm

With its untouched beauty and never-ending stream of tourists, Venice still manages to enchant and beguile, says Tina Junday

Travel review: The Maldives, the Green Isles

Tracey Scott heads to one of the world’s most celebrated archipelagos to find out if luxury travel and eco-tourism can work in unison

Travel review: Hong Kong, Peak Travel

Eleanor Dickinson ventures out of the Hong Kong metropolis and discovers a more tranquil side of the bustling Asian tiger

Travel Review: The Seychelles, East Africa’s Island Paradise

Paula Hardy explores the beauty and bounty of the Seychelles

Travel review: The beauty of Belfast

A bustling city centre and areas of natural beauty make Belfast a hidden gem for tourists

Travel review: Walking the waterways in Amsterdam

It’s easy to get lost in Amsterdam’s maze of canals and culture

Travel review: Granada

Neil King explores the Spanish city of Granada, finding art, culture and entertainment among its medieval streets

Emirates to start A380 Christchurch flights

New double-decker service to the South Island gateway complements Auckland A380 flights

Travel review: Switzerland

Switzerland has enough natural beauty to nourish the senses and feed the soul, says Tina Junday

Travel review: Summer in the city of London

Paula Hardy picks out some of the best ways to enjoy the summer months in one of Europe’s finest capital cities – London

Hotel review: Radisson Blu, Dubai Downtown

A largely comfortable experience, though lacking an overall sense of ‘wow’

Travel review: Baku – the land of the paradox

Once ruled by the Ottomans and later the Soviet Union, Azerbaijan has always been strategically important – now it wants to be high on the list of must-see destinations for tourists

Travel review: An 800-year-old history lesson in Cambridge

Following the narrow streets of Cambridge will take you on journey through the centuries

Travel review: Durban, not for the faint-hearted but intoxicating all the same

Travel review: Why Durban remains intoxicating

Durban has the potential to become a paradise for tourists with its fantastic mix of fun, history, culture and beauty

Travel review: Made in Milwaukee

Like the many local breweries, Wisconsin’s largest city has its own unique flavour that will leave you wanting to come back for a second round

Dubai’s Burj Al Arab to unveil new luxury leisure attraction shipped from Finland

The 10,000 sqm deck will extend 100 metres out into the Arabian Gulf and feature cabanas, sun loungers, a restaurant and a bar

Wyndham to open four new Ramada hotels in the Middle East

Wyndham’s Ramada Resort Dead Sea and Ramada Jeddah Corniche are already open while its two properties in Bahrain are set to open on March 31, 2016.

Travel review: Gothenburg, Sweden’s second city

Gothenburg’s cultural attractions, coastal scenery and excellent seafood mean there are plenty of reasons to plan a visit

Travel Review: A day in Madrid

Madrid’s open cafes, stately architecture, cobbled streets and friendly residents allure visitors to this pulsing city

Travel review: A blogger’s guide to Nairobi

I have been travelling to Nairobi for the last 25 years and really noticed a…