Once a small guesthouse, today Rote Wand Gourmet Hotel is a culinary wonder. Meet the visionaries who honored the property’s legendary, small-town past by boldly moving it onto the world stage.
Nine hundred olive trees surround the Wassmann family home in the Umbrian village of Panicale, most of them over four hundred years old. These ancient trees play an essential role at Rastrello.
If you’re in Berlin, the Under the Sky exhibition seeks to raise funds for humanitarian organizations and civilian initiatives in Ukraine. Artists Masha Reva and Ivan Grabko explore the impact of war in their country.
In the heart of Milan’s historic center, fashion designer Vincenzo de Cotiis transformed a 19th-century palazzo into a destination that is both style- and eco-conscious.
Come spring, taking its cue from the surrounding city of Bolzano, Parkhotel Mondschein will offer its guest the highest quality of life in a breathtaking mountain setting with a modern Body and Mind studio and a variety of culinary delights.
Introducing Taste and Place: The Design Hotels Book. In a first for us, we have used our annual anthology to undertake a broad and inclusive exploration of a single topic: food.
Our newest member hotel, Dr. Wilkinson’s Backyard Resort & Mineral Springs sets the stage for the ultimate wellness treatments against a jaw-dropping backdrop of majestic mountains sloping down to a sun-dappled valley.
Set inside Kenting National Park, a stretch of protected forestland, Gloria Manor is both a beacon of modernist design and an homage to its natural surroundings.
The team behind some of Berlin’s most ambitious adaptations sets out to transform a 120-year-old prison into a unique 44-room boutique hotel—Wilmina, our newest member in the city.
“We didn’t want to make a hotel that simply reflected what Pigalle is becoming, but what it was and still is.”
Hotel Pacai has breathed new life into a 15th-century mansion in the heart of Vilnius, Lithuania—with social and environmental sustainability in mind.
“Artists’ works truly make my projects shine,” Wearstler tells us. Here, we take a walk though the hotel with the designer and the L.A. creators who brought her vision to life.
High in the hills of Crans-Montana, Switzerland, an abandoned gondola station has been transformed into the striking hotel Chetzeron. The commitment to environmental responsibility began with that very idea.
Wonder what Pantone’s Color of the Year 2022 Veri Peri looks like in interiors? These eight hotels from around the globe might induce some serious design envy.