Behind the quirkiness and sex appeal of this design-oriented hotel is a serious approach to hospitality and service.
Skip over Western-style accommodations in favour of boutique hotels with local charm. Here, four of the best.
The new hotel in Lower Manhattan is undeniably the talk of the town.
Sip rosé all day at this retro-inspired motel in Ontario’s wine country.
Following a $20-million renovation, the former private mansion of Lord George Stephen has been transformed into an opulent hotel.
Staying at Gran Meliá Rome is like being an external insider—in the know, yet choosing to look on from a distinctly advantageous perch.
The incredibly luxurious hotel is a jewel in the crown of Marriott’s larger push into the luxury space.
Since opening in 1924, the iconic Gleneagles estate has earned a certain pedigree within the canon of Scotland’s destinations—albeit without the pomp and circumstance one might imagine.
The city’s Central Business District is parlaying an excess of concrete and distinct lack of character into a spirited cultural revival—and the Troubadour is leading the way.