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Conde Nast Traveler

May/June 2019

Condé Nast Traveler magazine is filled with the travel secrets of celebrated writers and sophisticated travelers. Each monthly issue features breathtaking destinations, including the finest art, architecture, fashion, culture, cuisine, lodgings, and shopping. With Condé Nast Traveler as your guide, you'll discover the best islands, cities, spas, castles, and cruises.

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waking up on the bright side, wherever you are.

Endless flights and evolving sceneries are part of everyday life for travel photographer Kirsten Alana. She’s rested her head on hundreds of hotel pillows, and knows that it can be a challenge to feel at home on the road. That’s why, second to her passport, Kirsten’s Capital One® Venture® card is key to getting her from here to there, starting with redeeming unlimited miles on any flight, any airline.Just like capturing the perfect photograph, a special hotel stay is a sensory experience meant to be shared. For Kirsten, first impressions begin at the moment of check-in: “It’s a combination of the light, the artwork, and of course, the scent that sets the tone. I love when it comes from fresh-cut flowers or a sea breeze through the windows.”This welcoming energy…

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the contributors’ best new finds

ASA BUTTERFIELDThe Globetrotter (p. 130) “I found this really cool board-game bar in Tokyo with some friends. You pay about $13 to spend an hour there—it’s all you can drink and all you can play. There are also televisions everywhere with various consoles and video games such as Super Smash Bros. I loved that place.” Butterfield stars in Netflix’s Sex EducationYARA SHAHIDIThe Actor on the Move (p. 36) “I spent a month studying at Oxford; it was a total immersion in education. I didn’t expect to meet people of such different backgrounds, ethnicities, and nationalities. I thoroughly enjoyed being in that environment, where everyone arrived with their own unique experiences.” Shahidi is an activist and stars in Grown-ishREBECCA MISNERBreak the Rules (p. 114) “The Marshall Store, a seafood shack on…

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the editor’s letter

(PHOTOGRAPH: NATO WELTON)“And so,” the concierge said, “as you can see from this piece of paper, the boat leaves every half an hour.” We looked at the sheet. Alongside the name and address of our hotel in Venice, it was crammed with endless lines of multitudinous numbers. “Every half an hour a boat leaves,” he repeated, dragging his finger across the page. “Except here,” he exclaimed, suddenly stabbing at a part in the middle. “Here is not every half an hour. You see here it is different?” He paused for effect, looking at us, eyes wide like train tunnels on a moonless night. “Here it is every hour, not, not, not…,” he warned, clicking his tongue, “Not half.” With that he proceeded to nod his head like a Texas oil…

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las vegas raises its game

Two in OneOfficially opened in December 2018, the new resort is the product of a unique partnership between MGM Resorts and the boutique-focused Sydell Group. And with two distinct hotel options under one roof, it truly delivers the best of both worlds. Park MGM is the epitome of modern luxury on a grand scale, with 2,700 spacious guest rooms and suites. NoMad Las Vegas, with 293 rooms occupying the top four floors, recreates the intimate European vibe of its namesake properties in New York and LA. Whichever hotel you choose, you’ll find yourself relaxing and socializing in stylish, thoughtfully curated spaces; relishing authentic experiences large and small.Matters of TasteBest FriendEataly Las VegasPark MGM has enlisted a dream team of chefs and innovators to ensure its status as a culinary destination.…

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conde nast traveler

EDITOR IN CHIEFMELINDA STEVENSDIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS Paulie DibnerMANAGING EDITOR Paula MaynardDEPUTY EDITORS Lauren DeCarlo, Issy von SimsonFEATURES DIRECTOR Fiona KerrTRAVEL NEWS DIRECTOR Erin FlorioASSOCIATE EDITOR Rick JordanFOOD & DRINK EDITOR Tabitha JoyceCREATIVE DIRECTOR Pete WinterbottomART DIRECTOR Paula EllisSENIOR DESIGNERS Nitish Mandalia, Arijana ZericPHOTOGRAPHIC DIRECTOR Matthew BuckSENIOR PICTURE EDITOR Karin MuellerPICTURE EDITOR Anna Morassutti VitalCHIEF SUB-EDITOR Gráinne McBrideDEPUTY CHIEF SUB-EDITOR Katharina HahnSENIOR SUB-EDITOR Leah CraigPA TO THE EDITOR Katharine SohnFASHION DIRECTOR Martha WardFASHION FEATURES EDITOR Charlotte DaveyWATCH & JEWELRY EDITOR Jessica DiamondBEAUTY EDITOR Catherine RobinsonPRODUCTION DIRECTOR Olga KuznetsovaCOPY DIRECTOR Corey SabourinRESEARCH DIRECTOR Alexandra SanidadCOPY MANAGERS Diego Hadis, Alexa LawrenceEDITORS AT LARGE Pilar Guzmán,Peter Browne, Steve KingWEST COAST EDITOR Rebecca MisnerEDITORIAL COORDINATOR Louis CheslawDIRECTOR, CITY GUIDES Corina QuinnSENIOR LIFESTYLE EDITOR Lale ArikogluASSOCIATE EDITOR Meredith CareyCOMMUNITY EDITOR Megan SpurrellEDITOR, SERVICE & SURVEYS David…

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the hot list issue

THE STREET-STYLE LOVE-INIt was powerhouse Louis Vuitton that kicked off the streetwear-crossover obsession with its hugely successful collab with skate brand Supreme. Then there was the incredibly well-marketed tie-in between buttoned-up Ralph Lauren and cult label Palace, whose sweaters and brightly patterned pajamas sold out in minutes last winter, as well as, earlier this year, 120-year-old luggage brand Rimowa’s dreamy line of roll-aboards with L.A.-based mixed-media artist Alex Israel. Meanwhile, the collaboration between Brit punk maven Vivienne Westwood and sports champ Asics landed in April. This mash-up of off-duty cool and old-school fashion heritage isn’t slowing down anytime soon. Even Paris’s Champs-Élysées, ground zero for luxury brands, is catching on. Alongside the avenue’s Chanels and Diors, France’s first hip-hop-inspired streetwear label, Homecore, is selling its sneakers and beanies inside a…

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