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SIBELLA COURT WITH ART­WORK BY LEILA JEF­FREYS. HER NEW BOOK. This page 1 The glass con­ser­va­tory at Beldi Coun­try Club is just beg­ging for a party. Mar­rakech, 2016 King Si­hanouk’s for­mer guest­house was built in 1962 by French ar­chi­tect Lau­rent Mon­det with all the cool curves and sex­i­ness of 60s ar­chi­tec­ture. Many of his ve­hi­cles re­main in­clud­ing a Mercedes used for air­port pick-ups. Cam­bo­dia, 2011 3 Juna Ma­hal fort has re­mained in the same fam­ily since the 13th cen­tury. The keeper of the keys is an­cient and will lead you around the many dec­o­rated rooms. Breath­tak­ing. Dun­garpur, In­dia, 2016 Opposite page Bold colours, over­sized pat­terns and the best of the best rugs by Soufi­ane Zarib at El Fenn. Mar­rakech, 2016

Al­though Delhi is a huge, densely pop­u­lated city there are an­cient places and forts with vast gar­dens to get lost in. Delhi, 2016 I dream of the melon and pro­sciutto at Ho­tel de Russie and walk­ing the streets day and night. Rome, 2014 Many rooms at El Fenn have deep-coloured waxed stucco walls that are cool to touch. Mar­rakech, 2016 Just another per­fectly set cor­ner of El Fenn. Mar­rakech, 2016 The Boathouse on Satel­lite Is­land, the play­ground to many fun days shuck­ing oys­ters off the rocks, div­ing for sea urchin, boat­ing, long lunches, late nights by the fire and sun­rises. Tas­ma­nia, 2017 The no­madic em­po­rium full of the col­lec­tions of Maryam Mon­tague at her home and bou­tique ho­tel, Pea­cock Pav­il­ions. Mar­rakech, 2016

His­toric Mal­ibu pier stretches out across the Pa­cific Ocean. Surfrider co-own­ers Emma Crowther-good­win and Matthew Good­win. The split-level lobby and surf li­brary en­cour­ages com­mu­nal re­lax­ation. Lo­cal surf cul­ture through the ages. The Surfrider ho­tel blends ef­fort­lessly into the pic­turesque Mal­ibu land­scape.



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Th­ese pages, clock­wise from top right A surf back in time, with Mal­ibu pier as the back­drop. En­try to the lobby. A gen­er­ous com­mu­nal din­ing ta­ble beck­ons guests to seek respite from the hot Cal­i­for­nian sun. The Surfrider’s guests-only roof deck takes in t

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