Luxury retreat encircled by a natural seawater lagoon in Iceland

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The lagoon is located in a sprawling, 800-​year-​old lava field in the Reykjanes Peninsula, a UNESCO Geopark(*). Opened in 2018, the Retreat is encompassing a 62-suite luxury hotel, a subterranean spa, a terraced lagoon, and a restaurant with views of the volcanic horizon.

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Luxury eco-resort in the nature in Saint-Barth, with view off the ocean

manapany-small.jpgManapany is a luxury eco-resort in the nature with view off the ocean, located Anse des Cayes, in the saint-Barthelemy island (French Antillas).

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Sur-mesure responsible Haute-Cuisine, for ephemeral events

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Céline Pham is a franco-vietnamese Chef who cooks for private parties or sur-mesure events, and adapts herself to the place that welcomes her, in order to meet the expectations of the guests.

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Eco-responsible unsinkable nomad bubble, opening-up to the nature

anthenea-small.jpgImaginative naval architect, Jean-Michel Ducancelle drew a floating alcove, opening-up to the nature.

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Boutique hotel in the nature and gastronomical cuisine with wild herbs in northern Italy

auenerhof-small.jpgIntegrity and respect for the environment have inspired the philosophy of the gastronomical restaurant Terra, around which the boutique hotel has been built. Terra is the highest-lying Michelin starred restaurant in all of Italy.

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Open-sky geothermal Spa in Iceland

Sky-Lagoon-small.jpgSky Lagoon is located along a lagoon where water is naturally heated: the open-sky bath is offered in the lagoon and the energy needed to heat the building is from renewable origin.

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The atoll of the Six Senses Laamu in the Maldives is declared Hope Spot

atoll-laamu-small.jpgThe atoll of Laamu, on which is settled the Six Senses resort has been declared Hope Spot by Mission Blue, founded by the American oceanographer Dr. Sylvia Earle. The international non-profit organization aims to help to the protection of at least 30% of the surface of the oceans by 2030, whereas it was only 1% in 2009.

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