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Looking for a sustainable spot for your next getaway? Want a “green” vacation that you can feel good about? Check out SiloStay! This unique spot is located in Little River, New Zealand, a small town with a population of just over a thousand people. The founders of SiloStay are “going ...
Located down under on Sydney's Woolloomooloo Wharf (the longest timber-piled wharf in the world!), this modern hotel is peppered with art and fun designs and offers 100 rooms and suites that range from the ‘superoo’ to the ‘cityvoo loft’ and ‘ultraroo.’ Larger rooms include scenic water or garden views, lounge ...
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While the exterior of the Waterhouse lacks shine and sparkle, the interior rooms of this hotel are sleek and modern, decorated in crisp whites and light wood. The industrial exterior of this hotel, located in Shanghai, comes from its former life as a warehouse, dating back to the 1930s. It ...
Located in Puerto Bories, Chile, this five-star hotel is the former home of a cold storage plant on the banks of the Última Esperanza Sound. This 57 room hotel, set on 100 acres lining the Last Hope Fjord (aka a valley formed by glacial activity), was built using sustainable materials ...
Neo-industrial renovation meets modern furnishing and style at the heart of Lodz, Poland in this award winning Hotel. Located near the Atlas Arena, Central Station, and Expo Hall, The Tabaco Hotel is housed within an old Tobacco factory that has been updated to offer business functionality alongside modern Eastern European ...
The Pumphouse Point is a charming boutique hotel set amid the majestic alpine backdrop of Australia’s deepest lake. The spectacular features of the landscape around Lake St. Claire were created as a massive glacier moved across the landscape, all of which are visible from the unique perspective of this heritage ...
The Faralda Crane Hotel in Amsterdam is well on its way to superstardom, even though it is a newly opened hotel. The three suites that make up the Faralda Crane, and yes, there are only three, are among the most expensive suites in the Netherlands. The investment in each suite ...
After pulling-off the typical European trick of killing thousands of native people with infectious diseases, early settlers in Australia set up a quarantine station in Sydney. The Q –Station housed all new immigrants to Australia for 40 days and functioned from 1830-1984. Much of the area and buildings have been ...
There are two things you need for a kicking tea factory in Sri-Lanka: one, elevation, over 2,000 feet is good, and two, lots of floors so the sorting, weighing and drying process can be done quickly so the tea retains its distinctive flavour. And then, when the time comes to ...
Blue Head, the Spider and Long William are not sexual euphemisms but are actually nicknames for this old harbor crane which holds a special place in many people’s hearts. Apparently, it took a team of ‘history fanatics’ two years to restore it to former glory and open it as a ...
A former limestone quarry, this privately owned boutique hotel has been a labor of love for the family that owns it. The idea was to make the structure as simple as possible so as not to detract from the stunning surroundings of Gotland, Sweden’s largest island and home to Visby ...