Tag: Sustainability

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

Get Back

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.

Enjoy the Silence

From Mezcal to Maison at Casa Silencio

Nestled in Oaxaca, Mexico’s history-soaked Valley of Xaaga, El Silencio is a lauded mezcal maker that believed it was time their product ascended to the natural next plane. Wineries have hotels on the vineyards — why not mezcal?

Shifting Sands

Bourdain and the Beach Hotels of Southeast Asia

In gathering together some of the most stunning beach hotels in Southeast Asia, we were reminded of Anthony Bourdain’s love of the region and the influence he’s had on the world’s changing attitudes toward travel.

Road Warriors

Restored Motels Have Proven Their Resilience

They seemed like a novelty in the nineties, but refurbished motels have gone from kitsch to cutting-edge, and they play a key role in the future of hospitality. Enjoy this collection of some of our favorites in America.

Cousteau

A Luxury Resort and Legacy of Conservation

Fiji is known for palm trees, warm crystal blue seas, coral reefs, and soft sandy beaches. It’s also known for the Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort, a luxury island experience and meticulous model of sustainability created by the son of legendary undersea explorer Jacques.