“The point was always to be as involved in the local community as possible,” Christiane Wassmann says of Rastrello. On this episode of the Our Conscious Journey podcast, she shares how she's forged the connection.
What does travel nostalgia mean to you? Is it going back in time to another era or revisiting favorite childhood haunts?
We chatted with the multidisciplinary artist about her hotel residency at Parkhotel Mondschein, her lunar connection, and how she’s fallen in love for the last time, she thinks, at least visually.
After years as a digital nomad, writer and photographer Katie McKnoulty spends a summer in a small town in Le Marche, Italy, learning how to travel—and live—more slowly along the way.
“It was a happy find, but we weren’t prepared at all. It was almost like it was given to us.”
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How can a hotel create a positive, lasting impact on its community? On this episode of the Our Conscious Journey podcast, Paul Salmon, the creator of Rockhouse Hotel and the Rockhouse Foundation, shows us the way.
Set in Basel’s Steinenvorstadt neighborhood, Art House Basel is a cultural touchstone with sustainability at its core.
“We are very much about showcasing a destination as a place where people live and not as a place where tourists simply bring their own culture with them on their trip.”
In the Zihuatanejo region, on a wild peninsula alive with 177 acres of palm groves, Hotelito is at the heart of a growing creative community.
For Stockholm’s Hotel Skeppsholmen, sustainability means minimizing its environmental impact and developing a healthy working environment while giving guests a special experience at the same time.
Much time is spent considering how to talk about about kinder, greener, more ethical travel, says Juliet Kinsman. In this essay, the writer and travel expert explores why “respectful” travel should be the way forward.
The good traveler is a considerate and respectful traveler who moves with the lightest of steps possible and equips both mind and body for their journeys. Here’s a mental packing list that we intend to keep working on, as best we can, one step at a time...
Icelandic Chef Arnór Bjarkason’s simple, flavor-forward dishes have earned him a following, both back home and his new adopted city of Vilnius. While the new head chef at Hotel Pacai doesn’t like to label his food, he is passionate about Nordic cuisine with a Japanese touch. Read our interview with him.