Admiring Bryce
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Sep 4th
2017

Wickaninnish Inn
Vancouver Island, Canada

“‘When we were living in Vancouver my husband took me here to celebrate our 10th wedding anniversary and my birthday. Tofino is a long drive and a three-hour ferry ride away, but the journey was epic, a bit like a Miyazaki film. The inn is right on the water; it was so dramatic, stormy and romantic.'”

Kaua’i Marriott Resort
Hawaii

‘Kauai, also known as the Garden Island, is the most untouched of all the Hawaiian islands. Also, a lot of the Jurassic Park films were shot on Kauai. The hotel is massive; it’s such a relaxing place to be. After a 15-minute drive you’ll find organic-juice shops, a dojo where I did kick-boxing, and sweet little villages. It’s a wonderful balance.’

QT Museum Wellington
North Island, New Zealand

‘The town of Wellington is like Williamsburg, New York, but on the ocean and surrounded by woods. This is a design hotel filled with contemporary art, and it’s like nothing you’ve ever seen. Normally hotels go for the more traditional, something that works for everybody, but not this place. It really represents the aesthetic of an art dealer and is a bit like staying in a museum.’

COMO Parrot Cay
Turks & Caicos

‘When I was growing up, we would always go wherever my dad [director Ron Howard] was shooting a film. So our family holidays would be a road trip somewhere near where we lived in Greenwich, Connecticut. Then when I was 18 my mum brought me here – just the two of us – for a week. It was a side of the planet I had never been to, and it was exquisite: the beaches, the candlelit yoga, the amazing, fancy food. Ringo Starr was there at the same time. I haven’t had an experience like that since; it was such a shock how fancy it was.’

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