German Gasthaus Culture at Italy’s 1477 Reichhalter

A dozen or so klicks from the Austrian border, in the shadow of the mighty Dolomites, stands 1477 Reichhalter, a restaurant and hotel that delivers Italian passion, German culture, and Alpine craftsmanship.

Quiet Please

Terra Dominicata Makes a Few Demands

In the farmhouses of a 12th-century monastery, in the mountains of Spain’s Montsant Natural Park, one of the world’s greatest winery hotels strives for peace, silence, and the perfect Priorat.

Blank Canvas

Works in Progress at Toile Blanche in Provence

Behind the walls of what appears to be — and certainly is — a classic farmhouse hotel in southern France, is something more: a place for artists to live, work, and exhibit, all courtesy of the Leroy Brothers.

Make Way

Hawaii’s Iconic Kona Village Resort Has Returned

A little more than a decade after it was destroyed by a tsunami, Hawaii’s Kona Village has been rebuilt right where it had always been — amongst black lava and ocean blue on the Big Island.

Deep Focus

Behind the Scenes With a Hotel Photographer

Daniel Jenkins is a professional hotel and travel photographer. We love his work and wanted to share with you some of his best photos, as well as his advice for how you can improve your own.

The War Is Over

Cap Rocat Makes Good Use of a Mallorcan Fortress

On the island of Mallorca, an ancient seaside fortress has been transformed into Cap Rocat, maybe the most miraculous hotel in the Balearics. One room, in particular, best reveals why.