In Sedona, Arizona, Ambiente, the new adults-only, nature-focused hotel opening February 1, is made up of 40 cube-shaped glass atriums. The 576-square-foot rooms offer panoramic views of Red Rock Country, including Coconino National Forest to the north and the famous Steamboat, Chimney, Coffee Pot, and Snoopy red rock formations to the south and east.
This month, the Festival of Christmas overtakes the hotel, with a two-storey tree, a gingerbread village, a stocking workshop, and Santa himself setting up shop for visitors to drop in.
Casa Madera, inside the fetching 1 Hotel Toronto, could well be a see-and-be-seen type of restaurant–if only the food and drinks weren’t stealing the show with their theatrics.
If sustainability, exclusivity, and luxury are key factors when choosing your holiday destinations, then a stay at Moliving’s Hurley House might be your next dream vacation.
Occupying five acres in Belgium’s historic port city, the Botanic Sanctuary Antwerp is the charming newest occupant of a 15th-century monastery in the Theaterbuurt neighbourhood of Antwerp.
Montreal rolls out the red carpet for visitors with cutting-edge contemporary public art, neighbourhoods transforming into the newest “it” spot, and design-worthy places to call home for a weekend or longer. For your next getaway to la belle province, consider these five new experiences in Montreal.
The AI-powered Colony is not your everyday hotel. Created by DistrictHive, the eco-friendly podtel is a technology-driven lodging concept that allows the guest to access everything by the touch of a button for a self-sustaining carbon-neutral off-grid experience.
The bustle of South Beach seems like a distant memory when stepping onto the property, which welcomes guests with a modern outdoor courtyard resembling a greenhouse.
Casa di Langa, overlooking rolling hills and vineyards in northern Italy, cares as much about the guest experience as it does the environment.