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Take a heritage Beaux-Arts building, add a talk-of-the-town bar, and you have the very heartbeat of Vieux Montreal.
A Yucatan jungle retreat from a man who sought holistic experiences and communal connections—and found it here.
Dive into the work of Oaxacan artisans in a heritage structure and its Brutalist addon. Then dive into the rooftop pool.
Surf the waves, embrace wild nature, return to your palapa bungalow with a private plunge pool. Repeat.
Introspection and renewal top the menu at this Brutalist, villa-only architectural marvel on the Oaxacan coast.
A nearby old church inspired its spirit, while its contemporary feel will inspire you to move to Oaxaca for good.
Amid new hotspots for restaurants, cafés, and bars lies this towering Art Deco wonder in Guadalajara’s Lafayette.
Intimacy, legendary surf, a mountainous backdrop, and a 3-mile-long unspoiled beach—who says you can’t have it all?
Crossing colonial architecture with Brutalism in historic León, is a 19th-century scene with a big 21st-century vibe.
With its cosmo-cool drinking spots, Condesa is the SoHo of Mexico City, and Condesa DF is its French neoclassic gem.
Outside, you're right behind Mexico City's cathedral. Inside, minimalist interior design and a rooftop scene await.
Who says you can’t dwell in a palace? Colonial grandeur takes on an industrial edge in Mexico City’s cultural nucleus.
Five stories of floating glass frame bold art and designer furniture in a setting awash with cultural indulgences.
An outdoor jacuzzi in each room and an award-winning restaurant? All you need is at this historic Yucatán mansion.
In the quieter part of Playa del Carmen, hunt for curated flea market finds or relax at this beachfront jungle oasis.
If pilgrims on the road from Mexico City to Veracruz had stopped in historic Puebla, this gem would be their north star.
Condé Nast named San Miguel de Allende the world’s best city. Hotel Matilda’s art and culinary style second the motion.
Forget Colonial-style. This is a towering testament to vintage furnishings, stark monochromes, and killer views.
With plunge pools and beachfront huts, we'll take this barefoot-luxe, yoga-on-the-beach experience any day.
This private-villa temptress comes with five rooms, a beachside jungle setting, and insider access to the best of Tulum.
Envision thatched-roof bungaloes amid lush vegetation overlooking the Gulf of Mexico. Yes, your hammock awaits.
Desiring a place with the best of Mexican and French traditions all under one roof? Wishes granted.
Bohemian, contemporary, and oh-so-beautiful, this is modern Mexico through a minimalist lens in coastal Puerto Vallarta.
Imagine a mission-style villa and a five-story structure with a spa and rooftop on a seafront promenade? Yes please.
Devoted to art, innovation, sustainability, and philanthropy, this natural wonderland redefines the mindful community.
A towering, 32-story hub for culture and creativity, with a rooftop pool and bar scene worthy of Texas’s hippest city.
This centrally located gem full of impressive art is an authentic, comfortable, and stylish way to stay in El Paso.
An industrial-raw setting with a rooftop cocktail lounge in Chicago’s heavens. Perfect for day-drinking, you could say.
In a top California surfing spot, find holiday perfection with just four rooms inspired by the four elements of nature.
With its mud baths, sublime mineral pools, and retro look, this is a divine dose of both wellness and nostalgia.
So you missed it when it was a 1960s-era artists’ colony on California’s rugged Sonoma Coast. Well, this beauty is back.
Go to Healdsburg for the authentic Sonoma-wine experience. Go to Harmon Guest House for the art, the look, and the wow.
Take the perfect California small town. Now add the world’s best wine, and a hotel with the area’s finest restaurant.
Get ready for a Hollywood vibe at this classic, midcentury boutique in the heart of Beverly Hills—where the pool rules.
The hottest restaurateurs and visionary designers in L.A. make this Westside hub a must for experience-minded travelers.
Award-winning restaurateurs, a stunning rooftop, a tucked-away speakeasy—yes, this is the L.A. you’ve been dreaming of.
West L.A. has a new home for poolside sunset views, Ayurvedic treatments, yoga, meditation, and on-the-pulse cuisine.
Find yourself relaxing among manicured gardens in this iconic desert escape. A callback to Hollywood’s glamorous age.
Prep yourself for the colorful, texture-rich designs of Kelly Wearstler. This is Beaux Arts architecture all dressed up.
This late-modernist motor lodge has gone full-luxe, turning the Old World Catskills into a grand, new experience.
The hyperlocal, Danish minimalism-meets-New-York-realism hotel in the heart of SoHo.
Behind the iconic floor-to-ceiling windows of this SoHo gem lies a magical world for art and afternoon tea.
The punk rock crowd is all grown up—but still here on the Lower East Side, in one of downtown's coolest spots.
When did Midtown Manhattan become Downtown cool? When Kit Kemp created this stunning home base for the creative class.
Your retro dream is a midcentury reality in Chattanooga, where vintage-chic comes alive downtown.
Your midcentury moment in the desert is now. This motor-lodge-style structure is a brass, stone, and leather superstar.