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An ancient palace in the heart of Palma means a fresh new take on Old World Mallorca.
With suites right on the sea, the hardest choice is whether to hit the Jacuzzi, or have sunset drinks on your balcony.
Creative spirit pours from every inch of this preserved Georgian architecture building. It's perfect hipster spotting.
Locals, artists, and students breathe energy into this high-style college-town "campus" for worldly wanderers.
Where in Abidjan can you find a lush outdoor setting, bold cuisine, and local art amid Old World details? Glad you asked.
Find solace in an unassuming city retreat, where warm, bright spaces and intertwining courtyards rival a unique history.
A 14th-century building with international yoga instructors and Michelin-star cuisine? This is the new Bolzano.
Take yourself on a food pilgrimage at one of Malaysia's coolest hotels, with everything you need in one place.
An hour from Helsinki, Runo is a showcase of Finnish tradition and contemporary design. And an attic sauna, naturally.
The hyperlocal, Danish minimalism-meets-New-York-realism hotel in the heart of SoHo.
A towering, 32-story hub for culture and creativity, with a rooftop pool and bar scene worthy of Texas’s hippest city.
Get ready for a Hollywood vibe at this classic, midcentury boutique in the heart of Beverly Hills—where the pool rules.
Find yourself relaxing among manicured gardens in this iconic desert escape. A callback to Hollywood’s glamorous age.
A showcase for Bolivian culture, art, and gastronomy, this is the La Paz you’ve been waiting for.
Here's to experiencing the Quito of the past in a 1905 structure with 360-degree views of the historic district.
Amid new hotspots for restaurants, cafés, and bars lies this towering Art Deco wonder in Guadalajara’s Lafayette.
Outside, you're right behind Mexico City's cathedral. Inside, minimalist interior design and a rooftop scene await.
With its cosmo-cool drinking spots, Condesa is the SoHo of Mexico City, and Condesa DF is its French neoclassic gem.
Behind the iconic floor-to-ceiling windows of this SoHo warehouse lies a magical world for art and afternoon tea.
Award-winning restaurateurs, a stunning rooftop, a tucked-away speakeasy—yes, this is the L.A. you’ve been dreaming of.
Who says you can’t dwell in a palace? Colonial grandeur takes on an industrial edge in Mexico City’s cultural nucleus.
With its mud baths, sublime mineral pools, and retro look, this is a divine dose of both wellness and nostalgia.
Crossing colonial architecture with Brutalism in historic León, is a 19th-century scene with a big 21st-century vibe.
Take an all-white reprieve in the glinting skyscrapered landscape of Frankfurt—now that’s Pure.
Five stories of floating glass frame bold art and designer furniture in a setting awash with cultural indulgences.
Forget Colonial-style. This is a towering testament to vintage furnishings, stark monochromes, and killer views.
Go to Healdsburg for the authentic Sonoma-wine experience. Go to Harmon Guest House for the art, the look, and the wow.
The hottest restaurateurs and visionary designers in L.A. make this Westside hub a must for experience-minded travelers.
Dive into the work of Oaxacan artisans in a heritage structure and its Brutalist addon. Then dive into the rooftop pool.
Take the perfect California small town. Now add the world’s best wine, and a hotel with the area’s finest restaurant.
Take a heritage Beaux-Arts building, add a talk-of-the-town bar, and you have the very heartbeat of Vieux Montreal.
Condé Nast named San Miguel de Allende the world’s best city. Hotel Matilda’s art and culinary style second the motion.
If pilgrims on the road from Mexico City to Veracruz had stopped in historic Puebla, this gem would be their north star.
Prep yourself for the colorful, texture-rich designs of Kelly Wearstler. This is Beaux Arts architecture all dressed up.
West L.A. has a new home for poolside sunset views, Ayurvedic treatments, yoga, meditation, and on-the-pulse cuisine.
An outdoor jacuzzi in each room and an award-winning restaurant? All you need is at this historic Yucatán mansion.
This centrally located gem full of impressive art is an authentic, comfortable, and stylish way to stay in El Paso.
Your retro dream is a midcentury reality in Chattanooga, where vintage-chic comes alive downtown.
The punk rock crowd is all grown up—but still here on the Lower East Side, in one of downtown's coolest spots.
An industrial-raw setting with a rooftop cocktail lounge in Chicago’s heavens. Perfect for day-drinking, you could say.
Your midcentury moment in the desert is now. This motor-lodge-style structure is a brass, stone, and leather superstar.
When did Midtown Manhattan become Downtown cool? When Kit Kemp created this stunning home base for the creative class.
In a top California surfing spot, find holiday perfection with just four rooms inspired by the four elements of nature.
With interiors inspired by desserts, this iconic Melbourne indulgence will take you on a Willy Wonka-esque journey.
Which Saigon do you want? A French colonial past or today’s contemporary spirit? Find both at Bach.
A 19th-century print by Spanish master Francisco Goya inspired this towering ode to creativity. Life imitates art.
Swedish design, Chinese mixology, Tokyo boldness—this world-class affair in a 1920s bank has creativity to brag about.
A quirky, decadant mansion awash with color, with an interesting mix of East and West on the coast of Malaysia.
Gallery, hotel, chic bar, a gathering place for designers and creatives—Node is all those things and more.
Enter the dreamlike world of a Chinese fairytale in Hong Kong's pulsating Causeway Bay district.
A check in at Nest means a perfect getaway to Seoul and beyond for the next generation's jet-setting crowd.
Outside your door: swanky cocktail bars, restaurants, and galleries. Inside your door: a high-style haven for art.
Part of China’s new design wave—a dark monolithic structure with divine eateries and an award-winning spa.
Experience a modern-day interpretation of Victorian-era elegance, amid must-see sites of George Town.
Can “industrial” also mean warm, elegant, and soft? At this transformed warehouse in Singapore, the answer is you bet.
A former house for geishas in the heart of Tokyo’s fashionable Kagurazaka neighborhood. All for you.
Perched on the coolest street in Shibuya, Trunk is food for the soul for those wanting beauty and buzz in Tokyo.
As the dreamwork of boxing champ Wladimir Klitschko, this cosmopolitan beacon is an unstoppable force come to life.
Winter is coming. But inside this casual-chic lightning rod, Reykjavik never looked so hot.
The cuisine of a master chef, the visuals of a Philippe Starck disciple, the bold work of local artists—and you.
A gateway to old and new Lisbon with an immersive dining experience famous for its sunsets and jazz—we’re in.
Find the magic of the medina in this 300-year-old city palace. A timeless and eternal jewel of Marrakech.
A new build in Old Town. A driving art force in a car-free quarter. A Japanese touch in Switzerland. Opposites attract.
Contemporary art museum or modern hotel in historic Graz? Here, there's both. Prepare to be inspired in style.
A rooftop restaurant with a hypnotic view of the Acropolis will make you forget just about any worries you had.
Come for the 2- Michelin-star cuisine, stay for the lounge, gallery, and cosy fireplace allure.
A micro-hotel with major ambition, these four rooms turn your Warsaw experience into something intimate and authentic.
Exhibitions, pop-ups, release parties, live music—this former warehouse in Stockholm’s gallery district has it all.
A neighborhood gathering spot with a neo-bistro and bold artwork in Kyiv’s cool and creative quarter.
Come for the Sunday roast at the Brasserie. Stay for the cocktails and view at your new favorite East London rooftop.
A Bloomsbury Group aesthetic from design star Kit Kemp in the heart of central London—be prepared for poetry and wonder.
Enter a 19th-century architectural world in a Rome quarter—come for the pasta, stay for the nightlife.
Step out for Palma’s best attractions. Step in for fine cuisine and a 1500s setting, designed Swedish style.
Old Town Munich has an oh-so-new look and feel, far-removed from the Octoberfest crowd and right up your elegant alley.
On a cobbled street amid the buzz of Covent Garden, find a traditional 1890s building peppered with modern touches.
Stay in an iconic 16th-century structure close to waterfront cafés, wine bars, and museums with endless harbor views.
Get it all and more—stay in a postmodern marvel from Pritzker Prize-winner Hans Hollein, in the heart of old Vienna.
With two Regency townhouses where no two rooms are alike, this is the colorful English experience you're after.
Cross cobbled streets past bourgeois palaces and churches in old Palma to your private world of wellness, if you like.
Past a maze of streets in the historic center, this restored 17th-century palazzo is the Rome of both yesterday and now.
You can't build old, you can only find it—and treasure it. Get ready to love this old Germania Brewery in Münster.
Witness the dancing lights, endless riches, and unique desert beauty of Dubai—all from your bedroom window.
In the mansion where design legend Paola Navone expresses herself, every interior detail makes a fresh statement.
In Germany's famous university town, lies this creative hub for artists, world travelers, and eternal students of life.
In the beating heart of Istanbul, find a serene hotel and spa where a series of Turkish delights await.
Hamburg—a design capital of global note, partly thanks to this chic hotel in a former power station.
In the charming town of Bergamo amid churches and culinary thrills, find this medieval gem and artistic beauty.
With 18th-century grandeur and a raw industrial edge, this Cape Town hub for international design lives up to its name.
On Piazza Navona—Rome's most beloved square—Italian pieces from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s set an unforgettable stage.
Don't read about history; live it. H15's neoclassical socialist façade is a gateway to old-world Warsaw's influence.
Begin with a chic restaurant, bar, theater, and a 1950s bowling alley. End with a cherished London stay.
Vibrant colors in a bold West End world, with the best of central London on your door step. More than just a hotel.
Discover a 15th-century convent with castle views and enjoy some tapas—or a massage—on the rooftop.
An elegant sanctuary in Seville will seduce you, if the flamenco, orange blossoms, and little streets haven't already.
Two 19th-century palaces with rooftop wellness and stunning views in the center of Valencia. Welcome to Spain.
Stay in a 16th-century convent amid Salamanca’s 2000-year-old antiquities, and feel as new as the morning.
The historic heart of Granada should only be experienced in the 19th-century palace of your dreams. Sleep well.
A 19th-century haven set on a park in the heart of Madrid—here, create your own love letter to the city.
Elegant, Roman baths await in this Cordoba villa. Dinner in the outdoor courtyard comes afterward.
Want New York chic in the heart of Barcelona’s Old City? Or a rooftop pool that’s an oasis of Zen? Here’s both.
In Bolzano amid pastel buildings in medieval and Belle Époque styles, Grief is the belle of South Tyrol.
A sleek urban oasis in the center of Lisbon with a vertical garden, black pool, and an exotic restaurant to boot.
The narrow twisting streets of Prague’s Old Town have a new cool kid—and Josef is here to stay.
A 17th-century Baroque palace and spa sets the scene. A world-class chef adds the finishing touches.
On a mini island in downtown Stockholm, settle into Swedish life with ease at Hotel Skeppsholmen.
The lakeside town of Thun is a journey into Switzerland’s past. In this charming 19th-century villa, enjoy its future.
Vertical gardens scale this glass tower up to a rooftop pool, home to both the city’s creatives and 360-degree views.
A stately English-style social club sets an old-school cocktail scene. Imagine a private club, but everyone is welcome.
Attention writers: This is the former home of the Finnish Literature Society. Attention travelers: Drama still abounds.
An art deco hotel in a historic corner Madrid. This is your moment to experience the heart and soul of Spain.
In a Scandi-inspired townhouse in Paddington, find London’s first mindfulness hotel. Wellness awaits.
The night in Reykjavík is electric. Plug in or recharge at this sleek showpiece on the capital’s history-rich streets.
In Eindhoven, celebrate your own artistic expression how you like—in a room created for an ever-evolving design scene.
If you ever wanted to sleep in a spell-binding 15th-century monastery and gothic church, here's your chance.
With Kit Kemp’s curation of vibrant artworks, skip The National Gallery and find inspiration in Knightsbridge instead.
Everything about this Paris gem hits, from its sultry cigar bar to its dramatic interiors designed by—Maison Margiela.
In 7th arrondissement, a modern gem steps from the Eiffel Tower will seduce you—as only Paris can.
What does it take to be one of the world’s top 15 art hotels? Step inside and find out. Spoiler: It will be emotional.
Paris’ most colorful district gets its top neighborhood hotel, a place by and for Pigalle’s artists, DJs, and creatives.
When you design a hotel in the district where you live, you do it right. Amid the 1st’s beauty, this hideaway shines.
Munich’s Altstadt is all about beautiful old buildings, great drinking spots, and top eateries. And so is Louis.
A famed former nightclub, now a slick hotel with spa treatments in the heart of Le Marais. It's a yes from us.
The seven hills of Edinburgh and the castle are close. The Champagne on the rooftop is even closer.
Gaze over the iconic red rooftops of Lisbon and the Tagus River while the sounds of fado spill from the streets below.
Príncipe Real is where the cool kids go. Find hip boutiques, lush parks, and some of the city's best food on offer.
This former girl's school is a masterclass in Art Nouveau and immaculate Scandic design. And legendary pizza, we hear.
See the hotel created by one of Greece’s top contemporary art collectors, Dakis Joannou—as fantastical as a museum.
Tivoli Gardens puts you smack bang in the center of it all. And Nobis Hotel Copenhagen puts you there in classic style.
Stockholm’s Norrmalm quarter means culture and shopping galore. And this 19th-century icon puts you at its center.
The street number of this Victorian central London stunner you can guess. Everything else will surprise and impress you.
What exactly is an oasis of neo-modernist calm? It’s everything you hoped for and more in the heart of ancient Athens.
Kolonaki is the oldest and most exclusive neighborhood in Athens. Periscope adds intimacy and modern art to the mix.
Paris of the 1920s meets the cosmopolitan Berlin of today. Think burlesque bliss, Art Nouveau grandeur, and great food.
If you could swing from the chandelier, this would be the place. It's cosmopolitan and elegant vibes all round.
A huge exclusive loft, all for you. Live your best cosmopolitan life in a literal home away from home.
It’s no surprise that the man behind this boldly colorful gem is a leading figure in Athens’ contemporary art scene.
The first hotel by Georgia's most forward-thinking group is an avant-garde mix of Tbilisi cool.
Not only is “Lutron mood lighting” fun to say, it’s amazing to look it as it shines upon Bulgaria’s upscale gamechanger.
Amid Hamburg’s top sights and tastes, an American light director and an Italian designer dare to be spectacular.
Historic churches, top theaters, and Hamburg's Town Hall are all Old Town neighbors of this 1800s waterfront icon.
Take burgers, booze, and beer—now dress them up to fit into this artist’s sanctuary in old Berlin. The mix is magical.
A 19th-century diamond factory is the perfect setting for this 21st-century gem in Amsterdam’s stylish De Pijp district.
In-room vinyl players, Gibson guitar lessons, a music library—this towering Amsterdam standout sings a new song, indeed.
A stunning façade an bold rooftop views—just what you’d expect to find amid Eixample’s most celebrated architecture.
Nothing creates the feeling of a members-only social club like a poolside bar. Here’s to lush days and long nights.
Stockholm's first ever inn is set on a stunner of a seaside bay estate, and just a stone's throw from the city center.
A brutalist former publishing house that is bursting with local culture. And who doesn't love a good pink bar?
An effortlessly stylish Milanese scene with an aperitivo hour—beloved by locals and visitors alike.
10 suites each take on their own design identity driven by the visions of 10 different top designers.
Get the full sensory experience near Istanbul's historic Sultanahmet neighborhood and the bohemian quarter of Pera.
A heady mix of heritage, dining options, and even a massive theater guarded by a statue of Apollo nearby. The good life.
Steps from the opera house, The Dominican brings its own drama with grand ceilings, sweeping archways, and jewel tones.
The creation of a collaborative crew from Munich, expect to be plugged into the hip Glockenback neigborhood scene.
Terence Conran fans will embrace this design ethos while foodies will seek out the in-house Brasserie & Bakery.
Uncover an urban Berlin oasis with a two-Michelin starred restaurant, cocooned by verdant bamboo trees.
Home to a group of leading artists, this harbour-front haven with chic dining knows a thing or two about a good spa.
Cut your museum visit by staying in a neo-Gothic hotel, filled to the brim with iconic modern design and art.
Upstaging all of London's entertainment district, The Soho Hotel holds West End cool like no other.
Find a French-inspired setting with food to die for, in one of Germany's coolest and most creative cities.
A literal former Town Hall in Bethnal Green, steps from the Columbia Road Flower Market. The best of East London.
In Nairobi's leafy embassy district within the Village Market, experience the best of contemporary Kenya.
Tribe comes from the simple but strong belief that there is only one tribe that matters—humankind.
Rub shoulders with Ljubljana's hip cafés, record shops, and wine bars that are brimming with local life.
Vertigo houses all of Dijon's sweetest pleasures—think fine vintages, classy service, and wellness to boot.
This intimate neighborhood hotel in hip Cihangir puts you front and center with the real Istanbul.
If your world pivots on food, this opulent Old World manor in Portugal's edgy Porto is it.
Whoever said you can’t have a spacious apartment in the heart of Rome has never stayed at this 18th-century mansion.
Bulgaria’s time has come—and its timepiece sits in the heart of Sofia. Artistry, emotion, and farm-to-table eats anyone?
Set on a river close to major attractions, find a world of verdant gardens and courtyards in the heart of Kyoto.
A nearby old church inspired its spirit, while its contemporary feel will inspire you to move to Oaxaca for good.
Take a moment's pause by the rooftop infinity pool, with views of Singapore that will blow your mind.
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