Hope Gainer

Hope Gainer
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Hope Gainer is President of Hope International & Managing Director, Hope International Properties. She is a global imagemaker, marketer and branding expert with over 30 years of lifestyle experience with a focus today on the luxury market. She produces unique, upscale events around the world. Gainer is a contributor to several luxury magazines and Huffington Post. She also represents spectacular ‘trophy’ real estate properties in Miami and globally. Traveling to unique destinations and experiencing new adventures around the world is her favorite pastime.

ONE THOUSAND MUSEUM MIAMI

Designed by the world famous late Zaha Hadid, this residential tower reaching over 60 stories is the unprecedented fusion of art, architecture and design offering a 6-star lifestyle

Island ownership is it for you?

What do Richard Branson, David Copperfield, Leonardo Di Caprio and Larry Ellison have in common?  They each own their very own private island. But two top entrepreneurs have chosen Fiji as there private paradise of choice, namely Austrian Red Bull billionaire, Dietrich Mateschitz and German, softwear turned hospitality mogul, Christian Jagodzinski who resides on Palm Island in Miami Beach when he’s not jetsetting to one of his Villazzo villas he operates as rentals around the world. 

The Yachting Lifestyle

The Miami Yacht Show and Miami Super Yacht Show made a lot of waves this year, literally and figuratively. After 30 years located along the intracoastal on Collins Avenue, The Miami Yacht Show moved from Miami Beach to a new location in downtown Miami on Biscayne Bay between MacArthur Causeway and Venetian Causeway

Exclusive top-class travel. The Excellence Class in the Glacier Express

The “Slowest Express Train in the World”, the Glacier Express had its maiden voyage in 1930. Today this special train continues to travel on one of the most beautiful railway lines in the world. It links the famous holiday areas of St. Moritz, Davos and Zermatt riding between the Engadine Valley and the Matterhorn.  The panoramic train ride goes over 291 bridges and through 91 tunnels along the Swiss Alps winding past remote valleys, sheer rock faces, deep gorges, idyllic mountain villages reaching the highest point at Oberalp Passat 2033 meters above sea level.  The oversized train windows offer a clear view of all the sites including two UNESCO World Heritage sites