Stay the Night at Nobu

Nobu Ryokan Malibu is finally ready to bring its Omotenashi-style Japanese hospitality to California’s shores. The 16-room property marks the fourth Nobu Hotel to open worldwide since 2013; it is the first in Nobu Hospitality’s new Ryokan Collection, which the company envisions as a group of exclusive, sanctuary-like retreats.

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Bang and Olufsen’s New Speakers Are High Design for High Taste

Some of the best speaker systems look horrible but sounds great. However, Enter Bang & Olufsen who has a newly launched BeoSound Shape which is their striking product yet. The BeoSound Shape speaker system appears like a wall art and the  wall-mounted modular design is based around a series of individual hexagonal tiles.  These can be clip together in a series of different patterns, fabrics and colors.

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Rare Macallan Whiskies Sell for $1 Million

We all love Macallan? So smooth words cannot describe, but when you’re faced with an entire collection of  beverages, it’s possible to lose your mind. So set of some of the brand’s rarest whiskies, housed in limited-edition Lalique crystal decanters, in an auction at Sotheby’s Hong Kong and watch what happens.

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Luxury London Office Building Has a “Press for Champagne” Button

If people weren’t already cursing their boring white-walled stereotypical office buildings enough, London development firm – Enstar Capital has unveiled plans to build an office complex situated in the up-market locales of Soho. The £100 million complex will provide breath-taking amenities…like a button you can push for champagne.

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The World’s Best Restaurant for 2017

It’s no surprise that New York City’s Eleven Madison Park became the best restaurant in the world at a ceremony in Melbourne, Australia Wednesday.

The ceremony at the World’s 50 Best Restaurants awards show, is widely considered the Academy Awards of fine dining.  Eleven Madison Park is the first U.S. restaurant to be kind of the hill since 2004. A thirteen year drought that has now been overcome with  grace, elegance and food to match.

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Spend $50k A Night For This NYC Penthouse Suite

Enjoying lunch with Mehdi Eftekari, GM of Four Seasons Hotel New York, I learned the hotel was designed by famed designer I.M. Pei and opened in 1993. “Recently the team spent $120 million in renovations,” said Eftekari about the prestigious 52 story luxury hotel along “Billionaire’s Row.”  Inside are custom Tai Ping 100% wool carpet, beautiful treated oak furniture and English Sycamore wood paneling on the walls.

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