A modern Stockholm hotel that merges modernity with original details from its 1930s warehouse origins.
AXEL hotel chain, which focuses on the LGBTQ community, has a new hotel with tongue-in-cheek signage and Comedy Playhouse vibes.
Wooden arches serve as visual guides as the hotel plays with the various architectural styles and identities that make up Toronto's history.
An art installation illuminates all the things you should thank Boston for, from telephones to basketballs, typewriters to Converse kicks.
Ultra-quiet guest rooms with planes in plain view come with Saarinen-designed Knoll furniture and nostalgic Jet Age memorabilia.
Live steps from the Colosseum and the Roman Forum—but with all the modern finishes.
The place is often used as a film set, hosts nights where creatives talk about screwing up, and it's right between Mudec and Armani/Silos.
This will change what you think of a mountainous ski lodging.
In a once considered inaccessible location, surrounded by rose valleys and hiking trails, this remote hotel is a destination in itself.
The diamond shapes of Bavaria's natural icon weave themselves into the leitmotif of Hotel Andaz's design language.
This hotel proves that modern luxury interiors do not always have to feature white walls or minimalist furniture.
Dispersed bases encourage guests to check into different buildings for different experiences, and explore Kyoto while en route.
A restaurant, situated at the Southernmost point of the coast, gives you a peek of Norway's marine life as you dine.
In Round Top, Texas, six shipping containers and a modular pool offer a new way to enjoy the sprawling rural sunsets.
As SXSW heats up in Austin, Texas, take a first look at the new design hotel in the middle of it all.