There’s a new integration of design, accommodation and community development making waves in China, in the form of new hotel brand Sunyata.
This month sees the opening of a small, four-room hotel above the popular Italian restaurant Wm. Mulherin’s Sons in Philadelphia’s Fishtown neighborhood.
The new Life Hotel opens today in New York in place of the live/work/playground where LIFE magazine writers and artists once held court.
The openings of two brands familiar from the east coast and Chicago are creating serious buzz: The James West Hollywood and The Freehand Los Angeles.
For a small district, Ubud is a big battlefield for luxury resorts. Now there’s one more high-end choice throwing its hat into the ring: Hoshinoya Bali.
We love hearing about hotels that break the boardroom mold and have meeting rooms that are actually beautiful – places we’d happily spend time in.
Forget Bondi and Oahu: 2017 sees surfing trending around the world, with hotels from Sri Lanka to Cornwall getting in on the action.
Five hotels are collaborating to showcase the best of what Vietnam has to offer, with a ten-day spa-to-spa journey from the north to south of the country.
If you’re looking for something a little different from the norm, why not consider one of these five new beach town hotels?
Cool hotels are opening in smaller cities that don’t typically get the lion’s share of attention: Baltimore, Detroit and even Washington, D.C.
While much of Miami’s recent hotel action has taken place in Mid-Beach, 2017 brings good reasons to look again at Ocean Drive.
The Whitby Hotel, Firmdale’s latest gem, is now open – and there are few hotels quite as design-forward and distinctive as what the Kemps have created here.
The world’s obsession with Copenhagen shows no sign of abating and its hotel scene is working hard to keep up with demand.
If you weren’t convinced that downtown New York is still happening, here comes news that Mr. C Seaport, the second Mr. C Hotel, will open in late 2017.
Nobu Shoreditch releases interior shots, as well as throwing a brand new European opening into the mix with Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay set to arrive this June.
Checking in with a few lesser-known sharing economy start-up brands that are pushing the boundaries of what travel can be.
Here are some of the highlights from our recent tour of the new 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, still in its soft opening phase.
Whether it’s through refreshing old neighbourhoods or building new communities, these hotels are reshaping urban lifestyles in China.
Harking back to a bygone era, luxury train travel is making a comeback in 2017 in a big way, from the fields of Switzerland to the mountains of Tibet.
We talk neighbourhood levelling-up and the (re)definition of creativity with Michael Achenbaum, the man behind Shoreditch’s forthcoming The Curtain.
1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, the group’s first new-built property, reflects on the resilience of the human spirit in recovering from destruction through art.
Glocal pioneer The Hoxton is expanding its empire by following its Amsterdam launch with hotels in Paris and Williamsburg (and, rumour has it, LA…).
Local hoteliers in Southwest China are developing their empires by trying to bring authentic culture as well as iconic nature to international travellers.
It’s not like you ever need an excuse to visit Barcelona; time it right this year, though, and you’ll have up to three shiny new hotels to choose from.
Amanyangyun Shanghai, opening this autumn, is the result of a decade-long conservation effort incorporating Ming and Qing dynasty homes and 10,000 camphor trees.
Here we are on the verge of the apocalypse, but at least we are getting closer to sleeping in Public New York, opening this spring on the Lower East Side.
W Las Vegas opened its doors last month – we take a look at how it’s sprinkled its magic over the former SLS, including by telling your fortune with Zoltar…
The Henrietta Hotel’s opening is on the books for March; this is what we saw on a sunny but frigid January morning.
What makes Pueblo Garzón special is the fantastic assortment of creative people that have gravitated there, care for it and call it their (part-time) home.