As the weather cools in the global north, we bring you a roundup of hotels with bare-bones aesthetics that help you grasp the vastness of one’s own solitude.
Long known as a world-class surf destination, Ericeira is attracting a new breed of traveler—one who loves nature, connection, quality, and good food—and they have just the place to gather, Immerso.
The Italian photographer on how her Italian heritage feeds into her work, working with bugs and animals in nature, and what travel means to her.
Taking a 12th century Muslim palace in the center of Palma de Mallorca as its setting, the new Nobis Hotel Palma reimagines the spaces with a laid-back elegance and personal take on contemporary luxury.
London-based Camille Walala's joyful typography and exuberant geometries in primary shades and pastels can be found on everything from paintings, textiles, street art, building facades, to recently, SALT of Palmar hotel in Mauritius.
We heart the devil-may-care punchy, pop colored, abstract, and graphic style of the boundary-pushing postmodernist group from the 1980s.
For an idyllic getaway, filled with the most spectacular mountain landscapes in Greece, with ancient ruins and artefacts steeped in mythology, head to Manna in Arcadia.
What makes for good design? Find out with architect Piotr Wisniewski of weStudio, the multidisciplinary creative firm behind the cōmodo hotel.
“Whatever it is, don’t be afraid of its plenty. Joy is not made to be a crumb.” — Mary Oliver
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.
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.
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.
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.