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.
In the last decade, the co-working phenomenon has spiralled. How can culturally-minded hoteliers truly assimilate this metamorphosis in our working lives?
In an era of over-production, injecting new life into old things or even abandoned traditions may well be the future, as at Japan’s Yoshino Cedar House.
Hotel interiors inspo from the latest Brazilian design concepts inspiring a new take on aesthetics through hacking, repairing or delighting.
Checking in with a few lesser-known sharing economy start-up brands that are pushing the boundaries of what travel can be.
Ghana’s creative scene is steadily growing, and an entrepreneurial spirit pulses through the country’s capital city of Accra.
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.
Must-read books that zero in on the creative industries and provide a fresh perspective that may just inspire even more innovative ideas in hotel land…
As artificial intelligence edges ever closer to Spike Jonze’s imagination, we’re losing the very thing that sets us apart from machines: empathy.
Designing a hotel is something of a rite of passage to architecture’s hall of fame. Here are three architects hoteliers should add to their shortlist.
Local hoteliers in Southwest China are developing their empires by trying to bring authentic culture as well as iconic nature to international travellers.
Thanks to some exceptional properties, the humbling panoramas of Patagonia can now be coupled with creature comforts. It’s a match made in Chile.
Sometimes sleeping in a tent just won’t do…here we round up a bunch of sexy safari retreats where well-considered design comes first.
If you’re looking for something modern and sleek in Key West, try one of these spots for a chic new take on the Conch Republic.
Here are three literary hotels where you can rest your head while you feeding your mind with a writing workshop, conference or poetry reading.
In light of recent controversies involving The Tangerine One, eight senior travel editors and writers share their optimistic predictions for travel trends emerging in year ahead.
The Brits are breaking with their reputation for restraint with three alternative hotel Valentines that prove London is the coolest place to heat things up.
Porto has more to offer than the sheen of its opulent history. Today the place is fortified, like its famous wine, by the proud spark of reinvention.
With much of the world still immersed in winter blues, the best daydream fodder is, naturally, a beach retreat. Here are four sexy options to consider.
As the mobility of the creative class increases and savvy travellers seek new experiences, secondary cities are thriving in their relative obscurity.
If you’re looking for Cantonese favorites to celebrate Chinese New Year this weekend, start with one of these 6 Hong Kong hotel standouts.
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.
Forget bed and breakfasts: the new crop of B&Bs are bed and beverages, bars with rooms attached. We’re tipsy on these three bed and beverage hotels…
Part one in our dissection of food and beverage trends in 2017 ended on a note of shameless positivity. Let’s continue our soak in the waters of optimism…
In 2016 we saw wellness grow increasingly prominent in mainstream traveller’s desires, with no sign of slowing – so what wellness trends are up in 2017?
Let’s go to an industry that shares much affinity with the fashion world: gastronomy. We investigate food and beverage trends for 2017.
Oslo was once famously home to Edvard Munch and Henrik Ibsen, and the city continues to provide a fertile breeding ground for artistic expression today.