Posts Tagged ‘luxury’

Perfect for Traveling: Kelly Van Hallen’s Cashmere Travel Blankets

By • Jun 28th, 2011 • Category: Editor En Route Feature

This just in (our office)- a Kelly Van Halen cashmere travel blanket! Ahhh, cashmere. If heaven were a fabric, cashmere would be it. We tested it out, and we love it! Kelly Van Hallen’s collection of cashmere travel blankets is perfect for luxury on the go, especially now during vacay season. It’s great for that […]

Mar’sel Restaurant at Terranea Resort & Spa

By • Sep 16th, 2009 • Category: Dining and Cuisine

Eating and drinking is a big part of any good weekend away, and at Terranea there are plenty of dining outlets to do just that. For my first dinner at Terranea, I went to Nelson’s a very casual eatery that is perched above the Pacific. This is a great place for burgers and beer and […]

Capella Telluride Opens Last Week in Colorado

By • Feb 23rd, 2009 • Category: Resorts and Spas

Telluride is one of our favorite places, here at Estates West Magazine. And Capella is one of our favorite brands. So, we considered it a match made in heaven when the brand new Cappella Telluride opened for business last week. With a direct flight from Phoenix to Telluride, I just might have to go check […]

Terranea in Palos Verdes, Something to Look Forward to

By • Feb 10th, 2009 • Category: California Hot Spots

I have been looking forward to the June opening of Terranea ever since I heard about this monumental resort development situated on the Pacific Ocean on the Palos Verdes Peninsula. The 582-room resort includes a 360-room hotel with 20 bungalows and 32 suites. There are also some insanely beautiful real estate offerings – 50 oceanfront […]

Buy a House, Get a Bentley

By • Jan 7th, 2009 • Category: Editor En Route Feature, Homes and Design

So any of us who live in Arizona (or California and Nevada for that matter) and bought a house last year (umm, ME) already know we missed out on some good deals, but the home sale techniques are starting to resemble blue light specials and are beginning to be a bit comical, despite the fact I […]