Tag: Editor’s Pick

Holy Trinity

Three Hotels for Searching the Sacred Valley

The popularity of Peru’s Sacred Valley continues to grow, thanks mainly to the Inca ruins of Machu Picchu. But there’s a lot more to see in the region, and these three hotels will help you see it.

Baroque on the Water

The Canal House Hotels of Amsterdam

The story of Amsterdam’s canal houses is intertwined with the story of how the city became an economic powerhouse and a bastion of liberalism.

California Split

More Than One Way to Put Up in Palm Springs

Palm Springs is a modernist mecca. And when visiting, it can seem like the safest bet is to stay in a modernist hotel. Don’t be afraid to gamble on something different, though. You can’t lose.

The Exhibitionist

Villa La Coste Reveals One Man’s Passion for Art

A lot of people love art. Few people love it, or can afford to love it, as much as Patrick McKillen, who turned an old French vineyard into a striking hotel with a collection of art and architecture to rival the world’s best.

Art of More

Extravagance Gets a Poetic Reprieve in China

It’s no surprise that China’s top hotels have perfected the art of extravagance. These hotels go a step further, pairing luxury with creative passion and a distinctly local point of view.

Encanto

Mexico’s Hauntingly Beautiful Mansion Hotels

The origins of Halloween are debatable: pagan, Christian, pre-Colombian. What’s not up for debate is the country that has the best version of Halloween — and the best hotels made from grand old houses.