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Céline Bossart

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Céline Bossart is a New York-based activist, freelance writer, and content creator in the spirits and luxury travel spaces. Her written work and photography have been published in Billboard, Harper’s Bazaar, ELLE Décor, Town & Country, Liquor.com, and more; in her spare time, Céline enjoys sipping fortified wines and nerding out over cocktail history (preferably while wearing a silk bathrobe). Follow her adventures on Instagram via @celineb0ss.

Recent Articles
  • Swizz Beatz is Celebrating Women in the Art World

    Swizz Beatz is Celebrating Women in the Art World

    Take a look at how he is working to close the global art spending gap with American Express and Marriott Bonvoy

    Kasseem Dean, perhaps better known as Swizz Beatz, has been a proponent of the arts for years. He, along with his wife, Alicia Keys, are passionate patrons who have quietly built a stable of works that is profoundly more than the sum of its parts–through what’s ... More

  • Drink DuJour: Gemelli’s Bicicletta

    Drink DuJour: Gemelli’s Bicicletta

    Try this classic Italian cocktail with a Brooklyn accent

    There’s something classic and elegant about a horseshoe bar that’s timelessly inviting. The gently curved edges form an arena around the stage that is the bartenders’ workstation. In a sea of casual bars and restaurants around Brooklyn’s Bushwick neighborhood, Gemelli is an unpretentious dash of ... More

  • The Weekender: Fasmendhoo Island, Maldives

    The Weekender: Fasmendhoo Island, Maldives

    How to spend a weekend on a lush, globally-accented private island in the Maldives

    88 islands make up the Raa Atoll in the Maldives, dotting the turquoise waters like candy buttons. Thanks to one private 22-hectare island in particular, this northern Maldivian atoll has seen a spike in tourism of late. The recent opening of Emerald Maldives Resort & Spa, ... More

  • Room Request! Windsor Court Hotel

    Room Request! Windsor Court Hotel

    This classic New Orleans hotel has been reimagined and revitalized

    There are few things more signature New Orleans than gracious hospitality coupled with a colorful flourish. Counted among its treasured landmarks is Windsor Court Hotel, a property that recently underwent a multi-million dollar renovation, while maintaining its classic warm welcome. According to General Manager Ralph Mahana, protecting ... More

  • Drink DuJour: Day After My Birthday at Chumley’s

    Drink DuJour: Day After My Birthday at Chumley’s

    Try a cold weather-inspired tropical cocktail at a beloved New York City bar

    Chumley’s in New York City is a living, breathing time capsule–a reincarnation of a legendary Prohibition-era writer’s lair that not only survived the notorious 20th century drought, but remained open until 2007, when a chimney collapse extinguished its seemingly eternal flame. New ownership and an extensive ... More

  • The Weekender: New South Wales

    The Weekender: New South Wales

    Here is your complete guide to sipping the best wine and spirits through the southeastern Australian state

    New South Wales, located on Australia’s southeastern coast, is the country’s most populous––and dare we say gastronomically diverse–state. There is much to explore across its vast expanse, no matter the purpose of your visit or your personal interests, making it surely impossible to do it all in one shot. For ... More

  • Room Request! Washington School House Hotel

    Room Request! Washington School House Hotel

    Visit Park City’s most luxurious landmark

    Park City is, without question, one of the country’s most dynamic ski destinations, drawing visitors from all over the world with its sought-after slopes, world-class dining, and picturesque town center surrounded by a panoramic dreamscape. Sprawling, luxury resorts make up the bulk of Park City’s hotel scene, but for ... More

  • The Weekender: Salt Lake City, Utah

    The Weekender: Salt Lake City, Utah

    Explore the best of Salt Lake City and Park City throughout ski season and beyond

    Utah is home to some of the greatest skiing in the country. With its clusters of top ski resorts bookended by city life, it is ideal getaway material for powder season and beyond. On any trip out, you’ll likely combine elements of both city and ski culture–fly into Salt Lake ... More

  • The Weekender: Panama City, Panama

    The Weekender: Panama City, Panama

    Go for the canal, stay for the rum

    Panama’s capital city is as full of character as it is history–the coffee, rum, and hospitality don’t hurt either. Of course, no trip to Panama City would be complete without a visit to the modern engineering wonder that is the canal, and making a day out of seeing it is ... More

  • Room Request! Inns of Aurora

    Room Request! Inns of Aurora

    A charming oasis nestled in the Finger Lakes

    You might not fully know the definition of “serene” if you haven’t yet visited Aurora in New York, a strikingly placid paradise on the shores of Cayuga Lake. This small town’s hospitality scene revolves around a collection of hotels (five, to be exact) and dining and drinking destinations that ... More