This year we invite you to dream, to give yourself time in a destination, and to revel in the joy that comes when we connect to a new land.
Good lighting creates an atmosphere that warms us from within. Great lighting not only makes us feel good but also defines the space it occupies. Here is our long list of standout lights from our hotels around the world.
We came to Lisbon, Europe’s epicenter of innovation, to see what this soulful city can teach us about how to step into the new digital world while staying rooted in our own.
"I've never seen the digital space as something that is going to erase the physical space. It’s a wonderful complementary tool."
“Especially in the summer, once it gets cool in the evenings, everyone goes to the piazza in the heart of the village.”
By supporting local producers, Nobis Hotel Copenhagen is able to offer top-quality, seasonal ingredients and minimize its footprint.
How are the personal, myth, tradition, and creativity woven into a piece of textile? We spoke with Katerina Nikolaou, the curator of Cretan Malia Park’s exhibition “Womanhood: Threads and Traces,” to find out.
“Nowadays, people in Lisbon are looking to add value—to change the city and the country for the better.”
We spoke with art collector, industrialist, and hotelier Dakis Joannou about the latest exhibition at his DESTE Project Space Slaughterhouse on the Greek island of Hydra.
A collaboration between Wichit Na-Ranong, the so-called “father of tourism” on Phuket, and his daughter, Prakaikaew Na-Ranong, The Slate is deeply rooted in the Thai island.
Capturing the terroir of the Alps in its seasonal cuisine and enhanced through influences from Asia, The Cambrian is the perfect example of how a taste of place is something you have to travel to encounter.
Tantalizing temptations that our hotels create with such originality that you’ll be left savoring the taste long after you’ve gone.
Eremito, a modern-day monastery made for contemplation in the Umbrian hills, is conscious at its core.