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The recently opened Hotel Zen Tokyo has taken the popular capsule-style accommodation that originates from Japan and took it to a new level. Located in Nihonbashi Ningyocho or "Doll town" as the locals call it, it's one of the most traditional parts of Tokyo and it's got great connection with ...
'19sep11Haslla Art World
Located on the boardwalk in Gangneung, South Korea, the Haslla Art World Museum Hotel was created to be a piece of artwork itself. The architecture and design represents a harmonious balance between art and nature. There are 24 unique guestrooms inside. The areas in the front of the hotel feature ...
Located in Chile, Tierra Patagonia is a uniquely designed hotel found where the South American pampa meets Lake Sarmiento. Each of the 40 rooms hold stunning views of the snowcapped mountains in Torres del Paine National Park, an extremely popular hiking destination. Rooms are decorated in natural tones with hand-crafted ...
If you’re traveling to Whistler, Canada’s prime skiing resort, Pangea Pod is a good choice for accommodation that’s both well-located and affordable. Situated just 200 meters from Whistler and Blackcomb gondolas and right on the Village Stroll, Pangea is right in the center of all the ski and – more ...
'19jul22Green Spa Resort
In the heart of Austrian Tyrol, there’s a hotel that somehow seamlessly combines rustic farm life with eccentric luxury. From the typically Tyrolean pine building itself to female staff wearing traditional dirndl dresses, it’s clear that tradition is deep-rooted at Stanglwirt. Owned by the family Hauser since 1722, the hotel ...
Clayoquot repeatedly snatches top industry awards. Top 10 Canada Resorts, World’s Most Sustainable Hotel, Conde Nast Traveler’s Gold List… the list goes on. And it’s hardly a surprise giving the owners commitment to every detail which manifests itself already at arrival with a welcome champagne and hors d’oeuvres. If you’re ...
You might have guessed it from the name: this hotel is for all the geeks out there. Referring to Albert Einstein's famous equation, EMC2 is an art-and-science-themed hotel “geared toward both left- and right-brained guests” for a unique experience. The concept behind EMC2 was inspired by Northwestern Chicago where the ...
Most tourists leave Hong Kong with an impression of a fascinating but overcrowded and hectic metropolis. While this is true of some districts — Mong Kok is one of the most densely populated places in the world, for example — that’s just one side of the city. Venture a little ...
Spread over 4,600 acres just outside Branson, Missouri, Big Cedar Lodge was started by Johnny Morris as a place for his customers to test fishing boats. Today, it’s an extensive complex of lodges, cottages and cabins… and a one-stop-shop for holiday entertainment. The list of retreat activities goes on and ...
Completed in 1905, the building occupied by L'oscar London was once the headquarters of the Baptist church. It was severely damaged by a bomb during World War II but eventually closed down because the congregation dwindled. Luckily for all us hotel aficionados, the building underwent successful restoration and is now ...