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Leave the rush of everyday life behind at some of the world’s most remote hotels. Kate Powell shares the extraordinary destinations where the journey – often by air or sea – is more than worth the effort.

Nestled in the heart of the French Alps, the Three Valleys– or Les 3 Vallées – is the largest linked ski area in the world. It’s unsurprising that it makes the perfect holiday destination for keen skiers and snowboarders. Many people, however, are still in the

Old-world charm meets modern makeover; Natarsha Brown suggests you forget everything you think you know about Malta. It’s been affectionately nicknamed ‘The Silent City’. Mdina, a hilltop stronghold that was once the capital of Malta, more than deserves its title: the only sound is the languorous

Luxurious boutique lodgings that echo the colonial past of Sri Lanka provide blissful bases from which to explore the country’s rich history, culture and wildlife, discovers Howard Shaw. Tendrils of mist cling to the tea-shrouded mountains of the Sri Lanka Hill Country. It is four o’clock, time

It's easy to get swept up in the glamour and fun of Victoria's newest five-star boutique hotel, and all its on-site deliciousness. Hotel: QT Melbourne Best for: Foodies and fans of fun Traveller: Cathy Wagstaff It’s not every day that a hotel lift critiques your posture. “Hold yourself better, dear.

Signature presents the Top Seven adventures that are perfect for Father and Son bonding. Why not treat Dad to an adventure? From shooting sporting clays in Montana to fishing in Russia, hiking in Ethiopia, cycling in South America and driving Land Rovers in Mongolia, a world of active

Well groomed and smartly accessorised, QT Melbourne is the ideal spot for a ‘stay and play’ getaway. With an industrial and stylish décor, this property is hip, sexy, sophisticated and quirky in all the right ways. Located in the ‘Paris end’ of the inner-city, virtually

Touch of Grace Far beyond Buenos Aires lies Grace Cafayate in Argentina’s Calchaquí Valley, where russet desert contrasts with vineyards that produce some the world’s most renowned highland wines, and a tantalising mix of adventure and gastronomy is on offer.  Here the legend of the gauchos, those masterful horsemen of the pampas, runs deep, reminding visitors