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An ancient palace in the heart of Palma means a fresh new take on Old World Mallorca.
Find La Dolce Vita in the Italian countryside, where time ticks slowly and the connection to nature is visceral.
Creative spirit pours from every inch of this preserved Georgian architecture building. It's perfect hipster spotting.
History-meets high-class at this fortress-turned-luxe-Montenegrin sanctuary, perched on it's very own island.
Find solace in an unassuming city retreat, where warm, bright spaces and intertwining courtyards rival a unique history.
The hyperlocal, Danish minimalism-meets-New-York-realism hotel in the heart of SoHo.
Imagine a mission-style villa and a five-story structure with a spa and rooftop on a seafront promenade? Yes please.
Here's to experiencing the Quito of the past in a 1905 structure with 360-degree views of the historic district.
With its cosmo-cool drinking spots, Condesa is the SoHo of Mexico City, and Condesa DF is its French neoclassic gem.
Who says you can’t dwell in a palace? Colonial grandeur takes on an industrial edge in Mexico City’s cultural nucleus.
Crossing colonial architecture with Brutalism in historic León, is a 19th-century scene with a big 21st-century vibe.
Dive into the work of Oaxacan artisans in a heritage structure and its Brutalist addon. Then dive into the rooftop pool.
If pilgrims on the road from Mexico City to Veracruz had stopped in historic Puebla, this gem would be their north star.
An outdoor jacuzzi in each room and an award-winning restaurant? All you need is at this historic Yucatán mansion.
Prep yourself for the colorful, texture-rich designs of Kelly Wearstler. This is Beaux Arts architecture all dressed up.
A quirky, decadant mansion awash with color, with an interesting mix of East and West on the coast of Malaysia.
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.
In the Narnia-esque dreamscape of South Tyrol, live your best life in this historic 1477 guesthouse.
Find the magic of the medina in this 300-year-old city palace. A timeless and eternal jewel of Marrakech.
A micro-hotel with major ambition, these four rooms turn your Warsaw experience into something intimate and authentic.
Enter a 19th-century architectural world in a Rome quarter—come for the pasta, stay for the nightlife.
A Bloomsbury Group aesthetic from design star Kit Kemp in the heart of central London—be prepared for poetry and wonder.
Step out for Palma’s best attractions. Step in for fine cuisine and a 1500s setting, designed Swedish style.
Stay in an iconic 16th-century structure close to waterfront cafés, wine bars, and museums with endless harbor views.
Stay in a transformed old wine tank steps from the Ionian Sea—and indulge in fine food and drink in the Peloponnese.
You can't build old, you can only find it—and treasure it. Get ready to love this old Germania Brewery in Münster.
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.
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.
The historic heart of Granada should only be experienced in the 19th-century palace of your dreams. Sleep well.
Stay in a 16th-century convent amid Salamanca’s 2000-year-old antiquities, and feel as new as the morning.
Elegant, Roman baths await in this Cordoba villa. Dinner in the outdoor courtyard comes afterward.
A 19th-century haven set on a park in the heart of Madrid—here, create your own love letter to the city.
A Saint-Rémy-de-Provence experience takes place in a 17th-century palais with Michelin-star dining. You can't go wrong.
Live like Scandi royalty in this 19th-century summer residence, and witness one of Stockholm's most scenic places.
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.
Attention writers: This is the former home of the Finnish Literature Society. Attention travelers: Drama still abounds.
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.
A former nuns’ convent at a rambling Renaissance-era palazzo in Tuscany—how did we not know about this place sooner?
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.
Munich’s Altstadt is all about beautiful old buildings, great drinking spots, and top eateries. And so is Louis.
A Myconian legend in itself, this Greek retreat is an oasis of tai chi, yoga, and well-being, steps from Mykonos town.
Tivoli Gardens puts you smack bang in the center of it all. And Nobis Hotel Copenhagen puts you there in classic style.
The international art crowd descends annually upon Puglia for the Capo d’Arte. These nine suites are where they stay.
What exactly is an oasis of neo-modernist calm? It’s everything you hoped for and more in the heart of ancient Athens.
A hilltop village in Italy isn’t just home to this hotel—it is the hotel. Find a room throughout this medieval hamlet.
Imagine a room carved into an ancient cave in southern Italy. Here, the incredible is not only doable; it’s wonderful.
In-room vinyl players, Gibson guitar lessons, a music library—this towering Amsterdam standout sings a new song, indeed.
A 19th-century diamond factory is the perfect setting for this 21st-century gem in Amsterdam’s stylish De Pijp district.
Historic churches, top theaters, and Hamburg's Town Hall are all Old Town neighbors of this 1800s waterfront icon.
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.
A heady mix of heritage, dining options, and even a massive theater guarded by a statue of Apollo nearby. The good life.
The creation of a collaborative crew from Munich, expect to be plugged into the hip Glockenback neigborhood scene.
Cut your museum visit by staying in a neo-Gothic hotel, filled to the brim with iconic modern design and art.
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.
Vertigo houses all of Dijon's sweetest pleasures—think fine vintages, classy service, and wellness to boot.
If your world pivots on food, this opulent Old World manor in Portugal's edgy Porto is it.
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