A school-turned-hotel teaches some great design lessons.
In picturesque Galway, one boutique hotel holds its own with shocking pink accents and fanciful details, courtesy of a real “fascinator,” milliner Philip Treacey.
Stands the Church clock at ten to three? And is there honey still for tea? In Toronto, yes — it’s been a tradition for decades.
Some famous, some notorious, these hotel rooms offer a view of pop culture history, artistic triumph –– and scandal.
The Hotel Hershey offers an elegant retreat, with your choice of milk or dark.
Battered by Hurricane Katrina — and years of benign neglect — a New Orleans grande dame hotel is back. Better than ever.
A stay at the new Hotel Jules gives a frequent Paris visitor the chance to get acquainted with the 9th arrondisement.
Little Rock is best viewed from the front porch — as in the meticulously restored Capital Hotel downtown and the veranda at Moss Mountain Farm outside the city on a idyllic stretch of the Arkansas River. The hotel, built in 1870, is known as “the front porch of Little Rock” because of its long history […]
These boutique-style hostels in five of the city’s most visitor-friendly neighborhoods offer just the right mix of “cheap” and “chic.”
In Vienna, a hotel takes inspiration from the surrounding wine country. Care for a little Burgenland with your minimalism?