‘Revenge spending’ by the rich could drive luxury recovery

‘Revenge spending’ by the rich could drive luxury recovery

A pedestrian wears a face mask while pushing a stroller past the Tiffany & Co. luxury goods store at Times Square in the Causeway Bay district of Hong Kong, China, on Feb. 6, 2020. Ivan Abreu | Bloomberg via Getty Images A luxury rebound in China is fueling hopes...
How much it costs to charter a luxury boat right now

How much it costs to charter a luxury boat right now

With the cruising industry in tatters and the desire for remote travel greater than ever, chartering a yacht can sound appealing. But what does it cost? And will rates decrease during the coronavirus pandemic? Yachting has long been the terrain of the ultra-wealthy —...
Luxury hotels help guests who are stuck at home

Luxury hotels help guests who are stuck at home

You used to have to be a paying guest to get the five-star hotel experience.  That rule — at least for the moment — has changed. With millions of travelers confined to their homes due to the coronavirus pandemic, luxury hotels are reaching beyond their property walls...