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.

In the Groove

This Year’s Burgeoning Boutique Hotel Scenes

Since hotels are our passion, they’re also our barometer for detecting newly flourishing destinations. When the boutique hotels start to arrive, you know something groovy is going down. Here are fourteen places that prove the point.

Stream On

Turn Your TV Dreams Into Hotel Reality

During the pandemic, some of us developed an unhealthy attachment to our TV sets. But as life slowly returns to normal, it’s time for less binge-watching and more traveling. These hotels will take you away from your favorite streaming shows — but not too far away. Can you guess them all?

How to Travel

Where to Begin When You Travel Again

This is a simple guide to help answer a complicated question: “I think I want to travel. Where do I start?”

Midnight Love

Spoor62 Welcomes You to a Restored Railway

In the shadow of a former train station that peaked in the Roaring Twenties, in a region made famous by Marvin Gaye, hotel Spoor 62 gives guests a loving look into a historic railway line that connected Paris to the Belgian coast.

Sextantio

The Tale of a Town That Became a Hotel

Santo Stefano di Sessanio was destined to become a ghost town. Instead, it became a hotel. And not just any hotel, but Sextantio, a “distributed hotel” that’s spread throughout the ancient Italian village.