Gastronomy & Spirits


Eat your heart out at these Leading Hotels with in-house restaurants that emphasize locally grown food, natural ingredients and fresh cuisine. With meals that taste and feel good, your journey can be delicious and rewarding.
on hand-foraged, Michelin-starred cuisine at this regal Scottish hotel.
regional favorites like elk and lamb at this alpine retreat in Colorado.
upscale cuisine with seasonal Milanese ingredients at this elegant Italian hotel.
on just-caught seafood at this beachfront resort in St. Barth’s.
a meal bursting with flavor thanks to the local and exotic ingredients implemented at this hotel in historic Philadelphia.
seasonal American cuisine with locally brewed beer at this lodge in the Adirondacks.
Portuguese delicacies like the Madeira-style swordfish at this seaside oasis.
"ocean-to-table" cuisine at the seafood restaurant on the water’s edge at this Grecian resort.
vegetarian-friendly fare with a focus on traditional Irish ingredients at this luxury property in the Dublin Docklands.
over thirty different varieties of tomatoes and other vegetables from the eight-acre farm of this 100-year old Cape Cod legend.
Grapes grow in regions with beautiful weather, lush greenery and rolling hills—good for both wine and outdoor pursuits. Instead of an entirely indulgent vacation, couples and families include an activity in each day’s itinerary, from biking to horseback riding, before retreating to these Leading Hotels in the heart of wine country.

Leading Golf L'Andana

Castiglione della Pescaia, Italy

The former hunting lodge of Leopold II, Duke of Tuscany, L’Andana is located in Italy's stunning Maremma region, celebrated for its lush countryside that stretches to the Tyrrhenian Sea. More recently, the bucolic setting enchanted Alain Ducasse, the legendary chef and restaurateur who teamed up with entrepreneur Vittorio Moretti to design his version of an Italian countryside inn. L'Andana's long driveway is lined with cypress trees, with vistas of olive orchards and vineyards in the distance, immediately evoking Tuscan beauty. Not surprisingly, food and wine are the focal points of a stay: Trattoria Toscana is Italy's sole Alain Ducasse establishment and its wine cellar makes the most of the property's desirable location: the majority of the 250-plus labels are local.

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The Vines Resort & Spa

Mendoza, Argentina

Located in the heart of Argentina’s premier wine growing region, just south of Mendoza, The Vines Resort & Spa is the ultimate retreat for food and wine lovers and outdoor adventurers. Surrounded by 1,500 acres of private vineyard estates, the resort features elegant modern architecture and expansive private villas – all with outdoor decks and breathtaking views of the Andes Mountains at every turn. Spacious bathrooms have local stone walls and feature signature spa products. Immersing themselves in the local atmosphere, guests can experience vino-therapy treatments in the spa, explore the rugged local countryside by horseback, or blend their own wines in the hotel’s state-of-the-art winery.

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Leading Spa Grand Hôtel de Bordeaux & Spa

Bordeaux, France

The Grand Hôtel de Bordeaux & Spa faces the impressive the Grand Théâtre, and is located inside the Golden Triangle, the finest shopping and pedestrian area of Bordeaux. Elegant as it was in the past, respecting its colorful history and offering the finest world class hospitality Grand Hôtel de Bordeaux & Spa offers splendid guest rooms and suites decorated by the world-famous designer Jacques Garcia. These comfortable accommodations are equipped with the latest technology, including flat screen televisions, free broadband Internet access, and heated marble bathrooms.

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Germany has excelled in the fine art of beer making since the 13th century. These days, tradition meets trend throughout the country at new-wave microbreweries—small plants that produce high-quality, limited-quantity ales. In-the-know travelers are heading straight to the source, while staying at these top-of-the-line Leading Hotels.

Rocco Forte Hotel de Rome

Berlin, Germany

Hotel de Rome is set in a 19th-century bank building in Berlin’s Mitte neighborhood, and it offers a whimsical take on these historic surroundings: its spa is located in what used to be the vault, and the Opera Suite, the former office of the financial institution's founder, features the original oak paneling. It's not all old-world history, though. The rooms, with their high ceilings, saturated color scheme and high-tech amenities, are the perfect merging of old and new, while the restaurant features a thoroughly modern take on time-honored Mediterranean. Children receive a special welcome: complimentary food and drink for the under-six set, designated swim time, and a personal invitation to bake cookies in the hotel's kitchen.

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Excelsior Hotel Ernst

Cologne, Germany

Many hotels claim to be in the heart of a city, but in the case of Cologne's Excelsior Hotel Ernst, it's truly the case. The property sits opposite the Cologne Cathedral, a stunning Gothic extravaganza and world heritage landmark that took some 600 years to build. Opened in 1863, the hotel has a long history as the city’s most luxurious hotel. The city’s best shopping is within walking distance and the fairgrounds are just across the Rhine river. Suites, each uniquely decorated with rich fabrics and vibrant colors, overlook the Cathedral. Taku, the Asian-restaurant, recently awarded “best international restaurant in Germany”, makes an ideal dining experience for business or leisure and draws guests and locals alike, while Hanse Stube, the hotel’s fine dining restaurant, offers contemporary French cuisine at its best.

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Leading Spa Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten

Hamburg, Germany

In the Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten, Hamburg has a world-class property that can hold its own with the best of Europe’s grand hotels. Housed in a 19th-century mansion, the hotel exudes history (it first opened in 1897). The lobby, which is under monument protection, is especially awe-inspiring; when magician David Copperfield arrived, he insisted on taking some photographs of the grand space before checking into his room. Realizing the importance of fusing past and future, interiors are traditional but innovative, and none of the rooms and suites are alike. The personalized service here is legendary, and families are made to feel particularly welcome, with kids receiving such special welcome gifts as baby bathrobes, stuffed animals and drawing books.

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Rocco Forte Charles Hotel

Munich, Germany

Munich’s Rocco Forte Charles Hotel is an enclave for art lovers thanks to an abundance of original works displayed throughout: paintings by Franz von Lenbach, photography by Hubertus von Hohenlohe and Faber Castell sculptures. The location is equally culture-centric; it’s an easy walk to the Neue Pinakothek, the acclaimed museum focused on 18th- and 19th-century art. Part of The Rocco Forte Collection, the Charles Hotel (named after Sir Rocco Forte’s father), boasts some of the largest hotel rooms in town, with cheerful modern interiors and spacious limestone-clad bathrooms. Most have views of the Botanical Gardens and Munich’s pretty historical houses. The bustling setting is also the main draw of Davvero restaurant, whose leafy terrace is a lovely enclave during the spring and summer.

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