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June 10, 2016

The Travel Edit

Spend a night on a coral reef, The Ritz in Paris reopens and Dries Van Noten sunglasses

  • Written by Amuse Team
  1. 1. Dries Van Noten Sunglasses

    Now summer is officially here, there's no other excuse necessary to buy these sunflower-yellow Dries sunglasses. Just do it. $230 us.lindafarrow.com

  2. 2. Ghana Gets a New Art Focused Hotel

    Ghana's newly-opened Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast City Accra is more than just a hotel, the 269 property has a massive focus on contemporary art. With its very own contemporary art gallery Gallery 1957 on-site, which represents artists such as Jeremiah Quarshie, Yaw Owusu, Serge Attukwei Clottey and Zohra Opoku. kempinski.com

  3. 3. The Ritz Reopens in Paris

    Literally everyone stayed or for a brief period lived at the iconic hotel; Coco Chanel, Ernest Hemingway, Wallis Simpson, Maria Callas, F. Scott Fitzgerald to name a few, Marcel Proust even came to the og opening party. Having closed its doors in 2012, The Ritz is back and better than ever. With the original baby pink and blue stucco rooms, marble fireplaces and carefully concealed TV's in mirrors, the hotel has it's iconic swimming pool intact as part of what is now called The Ritz Club. You'll want to stay a night and steal a towel. Double rooms start at £860 per night ritzparis.com

  4. 4. EAST Miami Opens

    Situated in Miami's Brickell district, EAST Miami finally opens its doors after three highly-anticipated years of planning. The rooms are clean and minimal, the bathrooms and views are vertiginous. east-miami.com

  5. 5. Spend a Night on a Floating Airbnb

    As part of Airbnb's latest once-in-a-lifetime competition, you can spend a night in a floating hotel room above the Great Barrier Reef. The lucky winners will spend the night with a dedicated team of marine biologists to learn all about what's going on beneath the room, as well as eat delicious hand-cooked meals by world-renowned chef Neil Perry. airbnb.co.uk

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