About Susan Kime

Susan Kime's career combines publishing, editorial, and PR/Media Relations. She was the Destination Club/Fractional Update Editor for Elite Traveler, and senior club news correspondent for The Robb Report's Vacation Homes. Her work has been published in Stratos, Luxury Living, European CEO, The London Telegraph, Caviar Affair, and ARDA Developments, and Luxist/AOL. She was the Editor-in-Chief of Travel Connoisseur, a high end magazine with a focus on the evolution of the private residence and destination club industries, until its closure in November 2008. In 2009, Susan served as the Content Editor for FraxFinder.com, writing travel club guides, and all forms of Destination Club, Private Residence Club and high end fractional news. Susan has done PR and content marketing consultation for Luxury Real Estate.com, the Weybridge Collection, Solstice, Charaf & Co., and Spring Creek Partners. She was chosen as one of the five best Luxury journalists of 2011 by the website Luxury Hub.com. Susan is regularily featured as a speaker at The Ragatz Luxury Fractional Interest Conference, and has covered, for many years, the American Express Luxury Summit. Susan lives in beautiful Logan, Utah with her husband and Beagle. Online at Google + and Twitter.
The Pursuitist Interview: Executive Chef Wilfried Bergerhausen Of Le Cirque

The Pursuitist Interview: Executive Chef Wilfried Bergerhausen Of Le Cirque

Wilfried ‘Wil’ Bergerhausen looks youthful, and he is. Still under thirty years old, he is the product of a perfect storm of both nature and… [Read More]

The Thief Hotel, Oslo, Norway

The Thief Hotel, Oslo, Norway

Few hotels these days have as disruptive a name as The Thief. But its unusual name is an authentic part of its DNA: it is… [Read More]

Of History And Mystery: Pursuitist Travels To The Catherine Palace, Near St. Petersburg, Russia

Of History And Mystery: Pursuitist Travels To The Catherine Palace, Near St. Petersburg, Russia

Saving some of the most exceptional experiences for last, our Viking River Cruise, Waterways Of the Tsars, ended in St. Petersburg aptly called the Venice… [Read More]

Of Cathedrals and Vodka: Pursuitist Explores The Spirits Of St. Petersburg

Of Cathedrals and Vodka: Pursuitist Explores The Spirits Of St. Petersburg

If nothing else, you do get to know interesting people on Viking River Cruises. This 15-day cruise through Russia was no exception. And on one… [Read More]

The Gift Of Family Friendly, Part 2: 36 Hours In Las Vegas

The Gift Of Family Friendly, Part 2: 36 Hours In Las Vegas

Last November in Pursuitist, I wrote about my experience with my own family when they came with me on a short trip to the luxurious… [Read More]

Norway, Light And Dark

Norway, Light And Dark

It is a late, long July afternoon of this Norwegian summer. The light fades, but does not die completely. Here in Southern Norway, at 11:45PM,… [Read More]

Into The Russian Morning, Part 2: Pursuitist Explores The Towns Of The Golden Ring

Into The Russian Morning, Part 2: Pursuitist Explores The Towns Of The Golden Ring

Leaving Moscow on the Viking Truvor, we finished the first part of the Viking River Waterways Of The Tsars cruise. Exploring Moscow proved an enlightened… [Read More]

Into The Russian Morning: Pursuitist Travels On A Viking River Cruise, Part 1

Into The Russian Morning: Pursuitist Travels On A Viking River Cruise, Part 1

Throne Of Peter The Great With Two-Headed Eagle As Symbol Of Imperial RussiaRussia lives in both Europe and Asia, tundra and desert, mountain and… [Read More]

Breaking A Record: $179,365,000 For An Iconic Picasso

Breaking A Record: $179,365,000 For An Iconic Picasso

The painting, Les Femmes d’Alger, by Picasso the great sold for a record $179,365,000 at an auction Monday in New York, a Christie’s spokesperson said.… [Read More]

Chanel, Sotheby’s, Ritz Carlton, Mama Shelter and Four Seasons: This Week in Luxury

Chanel, Sotheby’s, Ritz Carlton, Mama Shelter and Four Seasons: This Week in Luxury

According to the New York Times, On Nov. 1, 1888, Vincent van Gogh set up his easel in an ancient Roman necropolis in Arles, France,… [Read More]