Luxury in the World

The United States and Canada are fascinating for their entrepreneurial spirit and bounteous countryside. From the major East Coast cities to the parks and mountains of the American West, there is always something new to see.

This constantly changing New World has much to offer its visitors. The dynamism of the United States and Canada can be seen in their big cities which vie with each other in terms of their architectural daring. Cities such as New-York, Boston, Chicago, Toronto, Vancouver, Los Angeles and San Francisco are all, in their skyscrapers and lifestyle, living testaments to America’s amazing initiative and resourcefulness. Each city offers the opportunity to discover the greatest museums, shows and attractions in the world. The continent has also managed to preserve superb unspoiled countryside. From the Everglades in Florida to the Grand Canyon in Colorado, from Yosemite National Park to Yellowstone National Park, not to mention the immense forests of Quebec and the Rocky Mountains, the United States and Canada have made every effort to protect those great open spaces which are intrinsic to the continent’s identity.


Luxury in Bermuda

Bermuda is situated in the North Atlantic, about 1,000km off the coast of North Carolina, and its balmy climate prevails all year. The island is renowned for its pink sand beaches and the surrounding coral reef that is home to a world of colourful marine life. Other instantly recognisable images are the landscape of pastel houses, the crooked streets of the original capital, St George – now a world heritage site – and the policemen in their Bermuda shorts.

Luxury in Canada

Renowned for its spectacular wilderness, abundant wildlife, cosmopolitan cities and diverse cultures, Canada stretches across 6 time zones and is the world’s second largest country. In a destination so large, the landscape varies from the breath-taking mountain panoramas of the Canadian Rockies to the ice covered wilderness around Churchill and the vineyards, farm land and maple forests of Canada’s east. Culture and history is also rich throughout Canada, including historic French settlements in Québec and indigenous communities throughout the country.

Luxury in Greenland

Greenland is the world's largest island and it is an exciting destination in the Arctic for all adventure minded travelers.

Greenland is the world's largest island. It is also the country with the lowest population density and one of the smallest capitals in the world.
It is a rugged, mountainous, contrasting land with the enormous Greenland Ice Sheet at its center and an adventurous, welcoming people at its core.
From the Arctic desert landscapes in the far north to Atlantic influences and lush sheep farms in the south, a distinct cultural and climatic diversity shapes our way of living across the geographical vastness of the island as much as it will inspire your travel experience.

Luxury in Mexico

Mexico, colonized by the Spaniards in the 16th century at the expense of the Aztecs, went on to win its independence and become one of the most attractive countries in Central America. It boasts a magnificent historical heritage (temples, Aztec buildings) and has developed its seaside tourism at world-renowned sites like Cancun and Acapulco. Under a blazing sun, Mexico offers a colourful, multifaceted culture and a fine cuisine.

Luxury in Saint Pierre and Miquelon

Overseas collectivity of Saint Pierre and Miquelon is a self-governing territorial overseas collectivity of France, situated in the northwestern Atlantic Ocean near Canada. It is the only remnant of the former colonial empire of New France that remains under French control.
The town of St-Pierre has the look and feel of a rural French town that was pulled from French soil and transplanted into Newfoundland’s landscape. Residences, shops, hotels, office and other buildings are clustered near the harbour, divided by narrow, paved streets. A person could be fooled into thinking he or she was in France.

Luxury in United States of America

The great American experience is about so many things: bluegrass and beaches, snow-covered peaks and redwood forests, restaurant-loving cities and big open skies.



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