Hotel Spotlight

The Purge

Soho House Chooses Culture Over Corporate

Soho House saw the suits taking over their members clubs, and knew a spring cleaning was in order. Their purge is our gain, in the form of creative, comfortable, obsessively designed boutique hotels.

Spartan Luxury

Dexamenes Is the Roughest Beach Resort in Greece

The setting for Dexamenes Seaside Hotel is an abandoned wine factory on a beach in Greece. Not that you’ll need reminding. Everything here has changed, but absolutely nothing’s changed.

Rock and Roll Circus

Chateau Denmark Is Music History and a Lot More

You’d think the most interesting aspect of London’s Chateau Denmark would be its legendary rock and roll history, or maybe the art left behind by Johnny Rotten. Not quite.

History Repeats

Bodrum Loft and the Turkish Riviera

Mark Antony liked southwestern Turkey so much he gave it to Cleopatra as a wedding gift. We like it so much we’re giving you the rundown on its best new hotel.

Miracles Happen

The Lodge at St. Edward State Park

In a state park outside Seattle, an old seminary sat dormant for decades. Against all odds it’s finally been reborn, and it’s one of the more intriguing new hotels in the Pacific Northwest.

Firmdale First

Not Every Hotel Stay Is Like This

“Take Your Daughter to Work Day” hits different when work that day is at the Whitby, and when it’s her first time ever staying in a hotel. But not just any hotel — the Whitby is a Firmdale hotel.