A hidden getaway in Mexico merging historic architectural details and contemporary architecture with a lush landscape.
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A modest 1973 Tahoe cabin transformed by the owners of Heath Ceramics into a personal retreat that prioritizes simple, beautiful living.
An eco-friendly LEED Gold certified design hotel in the heart of Sonoma County’s wine country.
Private cabins and communal bunks with a Scandi aesthetic make this a delightful, light-filled sanctuary within the Columbia River Gorge.
The newest hotel in London's South bank draws in the "sofa surfing processional" with expansive communal workspaces for creatives.
Italian “La Dolce Vita” meets French “art de vivre” in an upscale hotel in Rome designed by Jean Philippe Nuel.
This 25 story hotel with a 1970s aesthetic houses Fort Lauderdale’s highest rooftop bar and restaurant.
Lean your head out listen to streets, just as Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Botticelli + the Medici family probably did in their life.
Greek monsters and mythologies take hold at this Cretian hotel, just a boat ride away from the storied UNESCO heritage site Spinalonga.
Stay overnight or take up residence for days, weeks, months, or even years at Lindley Lindenberg in Frankfurt, Germany.
In a city that has been so deeply entangled with war and tragedy, a new hotel wants to focus on the joys of the 1984 Olympics.
In the district where Victor Hugo once sauntered, a boutique hotel with a monastic aesthetic is pushing the boundaries of your imagination.
This hotel was fashioned after two recurring images: the Greek mythological Siren and the siren call to rally a crowd.