Located in the heart of Santiago’s bustling Centro neighbourhood, Hotel Magnolia is perhaps the Chilean capital’s happiest — and most beautiful — marriage of new and old.
The scenery is really the star of the show at Portugal’s Six Sense Douro Valley. Fortunately, the hotel knows how to celebrate it.
The Broadview Hotel, in Toronto’s east end, is a tribute to the site’s storied history — and it offers fresh views of the city.
At The Kahala, customer service reigns supreme. No request feels too big or small, and most desires need not be requested at all.
At Hotel William Gray, old meets new, and they get along quite well. Expect subtle sophistication in the rooms and local action in the lobby.
Art and creativity abounds in what was once a much-neglected part of Los Angeles. Here are the people and places revitalizing downtown.
Eastern Europe is a destination in renaissance mode, an underrated portion of the continent that is drawing a new generation of traveller, thanks to its affordability, new direct flight routes, and myriad cultural hot spots.
Keen to seen Miami beyond the beach? The Langford, in the heart of the city’s downtown, offers key access to the art scene and more.
Aiming to be New York’s very first “living building,” the Renaissance Midtown makes for a digitally advanced stay.
With room for just a dozen guests, the family-owned lodge of Camp Jabulani offers a truly intimate safari experience.
Long Beach Lodge Resort allows guests to explore the best of Tofino, B.C., from stormy skies and surf school to a menu full of local specialties.
Though it has a prime location, close to the harbour and Camden Yards, Hotel RL Baltimore is the kind of place that makes you want to stick around.
Actress Natasha Mumba offers an itinerary for a relaxing day in Niagara-on-the-Lake, from water views to wine picks.
Vienna’s Ruby Marie hotel is built on the philosophy of “lean luxury.” There’s no room service, but who wants to stay cooped up in a hotel room anyway?
As more and more people hop on two wheels for recreation and networking, hotels aim to attract these travellers for stays centred around the bicycle.
One of the smallest boutique hotels in Old Montreal, Hotel Gault is often booked to capacity, no doubt because of its warm, intimate feel.
Viamede’s 165 acres include a beach, indoor and outdoor pools, and six kilometres of private forest trails — a charming city break where R&R is the priority.
This luxe hotel offers guests glimpses into the city’s past through heritage objects, while celebrating the city’s recent renewal.
Hotel Cirilo’s proximity to the centre of Antigua Guatemala couldn’t be better, but its design may make you want to stay in your hotel room.
Lake views, wood-burning fireplaces and gastronomic delights make this inn in Port Carling is an ideal couples retreat.