And this year opens space! © Casa Corona After the comings and goings of our dear good weather, we can finally say that the terrace season is inaugurated in Madrid. The time has come to warm up engines to face the eternal (at the same time as desired) hours of sunshine. Afternoons are back on the couch with a blow from the fan, the dips helped in the pool, the subway races when leaving work (where there is air conditioning, that precious asset) and the night walks back home.
The elevator music as a concept. That soniquete they call music for calling it something. It's over. The elevators are now a space worthy of the most creative and artistic minds in the world. They are spaces where you spend time. From reception to your room. And again. Places so far lost that are beginning to be taken advantage of.
We are in El Rey, a cafeteria in the New York Lower East Side that will delight breakfast lovers of any visitor to the city. It is here that we get to know the ins and outs of one of the most well-known dessert recipes cooked by Americans: the banana bread (that is, the banana and nut cake with which to accompany copious meals and banquets).
A beer spa in Spain opens in Granada. © Beer Spa Granada is the Spanish city where you can take a bubbling bath between liters of beer foam. Did you know that in addition to rejoicing life has multiple healing properties? Some of which are to reduce stress and fatigue, in addition to helping to regenerate our skin.
Parra & Romero | Ibiza Opening June 2, 2017. Courtesy of Parra & Romero © Roberto Ruiz There is definitely another Ibiza. And this does not mean that we have anything against the paradise of coves, endless nights and port snobbery. But it is comforting to know that there are still things to discover, that our preconceived ideas admit nuances and, above all, that there are plots dedicated to art and culture even in the middle of one of the best-known redoubts for hedonism and superficiality in the world.
As if it were an elite boarding school in Switzerland, the legendary Peninsula hotel (an icon of the British pomp that colonized the island until 1997) has created a Lifestyle Academy (that is, a style academy), where, at more pure Lomana style, manners and world classes are taught to its rich clients who lack them.