The stunning group of islands two hours northwest of Vancouver (by plane) is the next great, wild getaway to visit on Canada's rugged western shoreline. The cozy Haida House at Tllaal offers four- and seven-night culture and adventure packages.
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This Nordic island country may be the most talked-about destination this year, with Reykjavík—and its one-two punch of a pilgrimage-worthy culinary scene and design-centric stays like 101 Hotel (rates start at $365)—really coming into its own.
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Canouan Island, Grenadines
The Caribbean hideaway of celebrities and billionaires is now open to the rest of us thanks to the luxuriously opulent Pink Sands Club (rates start at $1,400), complete with overwater spa bungalows and stunning, marble-decked, pink-highlighted interiors.
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Owner Larry Ellison's multimillion-dollar redo of the Four Seasons Resort Lanai (rates start at $1,150) combines his high-tech flair with his love of Asian design. The serenely alluring—and ultra exclusive—result has put Lanai at the top of the A-list's itineraries.