This guest post spotlights bargain places to stay in pricey New York and offers tips on making the most of any hostel experience.
Over the decades, developer Joe Edwards has opened an eclectic mix of bars and entertainment venues in the St. Louis neighborhood known as The Loop. Smelling the promise inherent in these funky blocks abutting Washington University, vintage boutiques and art galleries have followed, and the place has earned recognition from urban planners as one of […]
Check in (virtually) to three of New York City’s newest boutique offerings from major hotel chains: Hyatt’s Andaz Wall Street, Choice Hotel’s Distrikt and Wyndham’s Fashion 26.
It’s not too hard to imagine the gilded age of the Russian oligarchy at this recently-opened Moscow Ritz-Carlton.
In Boston, one hotel makes a break — from the mold — for it!
If you can catch an off-season ‘deal’, get someone else to pick up the tab, or have come into a tidy sum, this Swiss grande dame is worth the investment. You’re not likely to find a more stunning urban hotel anywhere in the world.
Spy House gives you the chance to revisit one of the most notorious espionage cases of the Cold War.
In Kyoto, 13 designers try their hand at solving the city’s special koan. At Hotel Screen — its very name is redolent of both the iconic Japanese room divider and the latticework architecture of Kyoto’s storefronts — design is used to subtly transmit mood and ideas.
On Giudecca, just across the way from the main Venetian archipelago, the distinctive red brick complex has been a city landmark for years. A four-year, 200 million-Euro restoration has carefully incorporated its original factory architecture with all the mod-cons of contemporary hostelry, including those, like a rooftop pool, that are new to Venice.