Billed “Venice on the mainland,” a stay in a Ville Venete offers guests the chance to live in and among history.
Ashford Castle is all about the details, and cycling around its estate shows off the best of the hotel and its neighbours.
The Dean is more than a hotel; with a lobby bar and rotisserie grill and rooftop bar and restaurant, it’s a place people come for a mid-morning business meeting, hearty lunch on the go or a drink before a night out.
21c Museum Hotel as an homage to Louisville’s roots — Southern hospitality with a side of culture, and irreverent surprises.
Is it the air, the view or the Prosecco? Whatever it is, Le Sirenuse is made for lovers — and those enchanted with Italy.
While it’s unthinkable to spend more time in your hotel than necessary when visiting New York, you could have a hell of a good time without leaving the premises here.
For all its glamour, the Ritz in Montreal is remarkably unstuffy and refreshing. “That’s conscious,” general manager Andrew Torriani says.
Nestled in a corner of the cute town of Wakefield, the Wakefield Mill Inn feels like it could stand in for the idyllic set of Gilmore Girls, romantic storyline included.
A crop of haute hostel brands or “poshtels” aim to bring the bespoke stay to a new affordable level. We look at three brands that have helped shape the trend.
“We wanted to restore this beautiful old building and celebrate the region, but also create a space where city folk can connect and feel at home.” Drake art curator Mia Nielsen on the new Devonshire Inn.
A five-minute walk from Oxford Street, Carnaby Street, Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square, if time is of the essence, this is where you need to be.
Tucked in San José del Cabo’s historic Art District and hidden behind a nine-foot wall, Drift is ideal for the indie traveller.
Staying here is like having a secret hideaway in the Gulch, Nashville’s hottest neighbourhood. And the James Beard-nominated adjacent restaurant and its always-changing menu is definitely worth a visit.
A modern-design mecca in the heart of an ever-hip slice of Manhattan that makes you feel like a local — without the local rent prices.
Pre-packed beach bags, complete with towels, hats and sunscreen, hang by the door of each room waiting to be used. The Boatshed team has thought of everything so that guests don’t have to think of anything.
It’s not new — it was originally constructed in 1936 as a motor court inn — and it’s not luxe, but it is edgy and authentic. … This is the first hotel (and one of very few) about which I’ve thought during a stay, “I could live here.”
In Turkey’s Nevsehir region, an hour’s flight from Istanbul, lies Cappadocia. Known for its panoramic rock formations, intricate valleys and walking trails, the destination is also a draw for those who love sunrise hot-air balloon rides … or sleeping in a cave.