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'18aug21Ace Hotel Downtown
The historic United Artists Building, designed by Mary Pickford, was constructed as a film studio in the center of L.A. back in 1927. It was the tallest building in the city for one year after its completion. The building stands as a shining monument to American artistic spirit and theatrical ...
Centrally located in Reno, Nevada in the United States of America, Whitney Peak Hotel is the only non-gaming, non-smoking, independent hotel in the city. Whether you’re looking to visit the Truckee River Walk or the Reno Arch, everything is at a stone’s throw distance from the hotel. With 310 guestrooms ...
This boutique hotel loves pop-culture. The entrance hall features a pop-culture mural by artist, Kari Pei. Every staff member has a nametag displaying their Hollywood alter ego – like Bruce Lee or Angelina Jolie. The hotel is located in the heart of San Francisco’s shopping district, a short walk from ...
If you’re a budget traveler looking to go to the Netherlands, definitely check out the Kaboom Hotel Maastricht! Winner of the Best Hotel Concept by Entree Magazine in 2015, this hotel is both smart and sophisticated, without hurting your wallet. Located in the trendy district of Wyck, guests will love ...
This small “micro hotel” is located in NYC’s beautiful Hudson Square. Designed with the idea that folks wouldn’t spend too much time in their rooms while in the city that never sleeps, Arlo is modern and offers everything a guest could need despite its small size. Arlo makes use of ...
Looking for a neat little spot to stay in New York? Try out a pod! With two locations, the Pod Hotel is a great option for those who just need a comfortable place to crash on a budget. Rooms are tiny (think: 100-120 square feet), but space-optimized with sleek decor ...
With a 360° rooftop terrace overlooking the Berlin Zoo, this trendy German hotel designed by Werner Aisslinger is a neat option for travelers with a sense of adventure and whimsy. While the name implies a bikini-clad dress code, rumor has it that the moniker actually comes from the third floor ...
Any visitor to the Big Apple can attest to the overwhelming options for both hotels and vacation rentals throughout the city. One of the biggest disadvantages of staying in Manhattan is that space is limited meaning both guestrooms and apartments can feel a bit cramped. The Ultimate Luxury apartment in ...
A winter vacation in Ljubljana at Vander is just what you need about now, but don’t expect the usual luxury and high ceilings feel of a chain hotel. The Urbani Resort is all about old world charm. Made up of four old town houses right on the banks of a ...
'14jul225 Hours Hotel
*13 months of the year…* 25 hours are a new brand of design hotels with the philosophy that each hotel should be unique and tailored to its location. Their “Hotel Number One” is located in Hamburg in a converted 1950s office block. Inside, the interior is a funky blend of ...
*Oh be-have* Take a swill pill in this fragrant pit of chic. Yes, this 1920s building has been refurbished into one of the world’s most desirable boutique hotels. The interior has been decorated to exacting standards using monochromes and reflective steel to create an impression of living inside a sexy ...
*Funky Hotel in a Cool Location* This hotel is brand new and chic as hell. It is part of the 25 Hours chain of design hotels. Its location is in an area of Hamburg called HafenCity which is has recently been restored and made into a haven for the leisure ...
*From the Future* This hotel blends stylist modernity with traditional hospitality in one of China’s most dynamic cities. The hotel has some arresting contemporary artworks and original designs. When you enter, the first thing you see is the three-storey glowing “waterwall” lit by 5000 LED lights; they’re choreographed to create ...
*Neoclassical hipness in Mexico City* This hotel is housed in a French neoclassical house refurbished with an eye for detail that has made owners, Grupo Habita famous worldwide. Set on a tree-lined street in Mexico City’s trendy artist neighborhood, La Condesa, this hotel is sandwiched between their rooftop Sushi bar ...
This hotel was first conceived as a place for a group of friends to live together. Then they decided to make it into a hotel where everything is made by the darlings of Berlin’s burgeoning art scene. So expect the unexpected. The hotel rule book has been cut up and ...