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Esmé Lures the Locals in Miami Beach

For a hotel to be successful, it must appeal to tourists. For it to be authentic, it must appeal to locals. Esmé Miami Beach is well on its way to doing both. Did we mention it’s also a village?

It’s Personal

Palazzo Margherita Is Coppola Family Business

A Francis Ford Coppola production set in Italy demands attention. Pay attention, then, because Palazzo Margherita is exactly that. A hotel, created by the man himself, in a small town in the south of Italy. There are almost too many Godfather references to make.

Get In Formation

Eaton DC Is a Launchpad for Progress

Katherine Lo’s Eaton DC isn’t just one of the best hotels in the nation’s capital. It’s also a headquarters for progressive activism, education, and demonstration. And it’s not shy about it.

Eremito Hotel

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Eremito Connects You With What Matters Most

Not many hotels willfully claim having the smallest rooms in Europe. Italy’s Eremito all but brags about the achievement, calling their rooms “celluzze” — cells meant to evoke the ascetic living of a monastery. It only gets more interesting from there.

Rosé Tinted

Castigno Is a Wine Hotel in a Wine Town

As you stroll the remote French village of Assignan, you can’t miss the colors of Chateau & Village Castigno, a wine hotel that’s been splashed all throughout the town.

The Singularity

Saint James Paris Is One of a Kind

We’re most intrigued by hotels that have distinguishing features — some set of singular traits that separates them from all the rest. A hotel like the Saint James, then, really gets us excited. It’s the only hotel of its kind. The only hotel in Paris that fits the definition of a classic, country-style chateau.