North Country Flair

Canada’s Growing Supply of Stylish Hotels

Surely your perception of Canada is not limited to mounties and maple syrup, but just in case it is, here’s ample evidence that the country’s hotel scene is as fashionable and design-forward as any other.

Slow Burn

The Azores Unspoiled at Santa Barbara Beach

Residents of the Azores are fiercely protective of their islands’ natural gifts. They’ve long been wary of tourism, but hotels like Santa Barbara Eco-Beach Resort show they’re slowly starting to come around — on their own terms.

Perfect Storm

Salt House Nantucket and Summer in Cape Cod

Salt House Nantucket is starting its life as a pop-up hotel. It’s so new it doesn’t even have photography yet, but it might be your last chance this summer to book a great boutique hotel in the Cape Cod region.

Roaring Success

The Paramour's Triumphant Return to the Twenties

In 1998, designer Dana Hollister bought an aging but iconic mansion in Los Angeles. In the years since, she’s painstakingly restored its Roaring Twenties magnificence — and opened it to guests, as the Paramour Estate.

Coastal Explosion

The Hotel Hits Keep Coming in Croatia

Tourism is exploding in Croatia, especially along the country’s Adriatic coast, a stretch of shoreline that rivals nearly any other in terms of beauty, history, and hotels of all sizes.

Let’s Get Free

The Best Hotels of the Outer Boroughs

We love Manhattan, it’s our home. But the outer boroughs have just as much going on, including this summer’s LETSGETFR.EE festival, an extraordinarily unique event with a terrific cause. We’re thrilled to be supporters — and thrilled to give some overdue love to these hotels in Brooklyn, Queens, and beyond.

Soul Survivors

Cambodian Tradition Lives On at Sala Lodges

In Siem Reap there’s a rare opportunity — a chance to sleep in authentic Khmer houses, constructed long ago, transported from all across Cambodia, and reassembled with their soul and story intact at Sala Lodges.

Chelsea Morning

New York’s Most Famous Hotel Rises Again

The Chelsea Hotel is back. The New York landmark and one-time home to dozens of the city’s most famous residents has been reinvented and is being slowly revealed. Here’s a sneak preview.

Old Faithful

Belgium’s Beautiful Heritage of Hotels

Would it shock you all that much to learn that a country known for its well-preserved medieval towns has so many terrific hotels in so many terrific old buildings?

Past Is Prologue

Los Poblanos Preserves History in New Mexico

On the outskirts of Albuquerque, Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm has built a model for the future from the practices of the past.

Dramatic Irony

Eccentricity Endures at England's Inns

It continues to be surprising that some of the most eclectic and irreverent hotel designs can be found in towns and villages all over England.

Interior Crucial

Inside the Hotels of the Balearic Islands

The best hotels in the Balearic Islands are all surrounded by some pretty spectacular scenery, be it city, beach, mountain, or models. But at these Balearic hotels, it’s what’s inside that matters most.

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