A welcome relief to the sweltering heat, manic honking and street peddlers’ hustling a stone’s throw away.
Tucked into wild flower meadows with a view of the Ionian, Old Peritheia’s ruins are not the only draw up here in the cool, mountain air.
This is the beginning of a downward spiral into inevitable Greek holiday weight-gain. But for these few days, breakfast is a sweet, sweet part of the day.
The whole place shines. A lux sheen coats every surface and a rich perfume pervades every corridor. If we wanted to do Paris in style, we’ve come to the right place…
The surroundings will please adventurous minds as well as those in search of peace and quiet: cute villages, forests, lakes, streams, and mountains are all at a walk-able distance or a train/car ride away.
Now, the hotel is a hipsters’ paradise, with cool, light interiors and a do-as-you-please vibe. We felt as if we had stepped into a hip playground for grown-ups, where real life was but a distant memory.
The hotel sits on a lava field at the foot of a volcano and is surrounded by hot springs, which gives it the appearance of being an alien structure that is seemingly growing out of its moon-like surroundings.
You don't even need to go on a walking safari to see game—at Mfuwe Lodge, I saw a leopard, a pride of lions, and an elephant, who pulled at the branches of the tree next to my chalet at night, shaking the roof.
The Bristol was originally the brainchild of Paderewski and his financial partners, who decided to build a grand hotel in Warsaw that would rival the other high-end hotels of western Europe—in a Neo-Renaissance design and with all the latest amenities—towards the end of the nineteenth century.
How do I feel about Marseille? The Mediterranean city has been a crossroads of immigration and trade since its founding by the Phoenicians in 600 B.C.E. This alone means I feel affection for it, but there are many more reasons.
Volkshotel is more than just a place for Amsterdam’s weekend tourists to rest their heads between canal tours and loitering in the red light district. It’s a creative hub shared by Amsterdam’s artists and freelancers.
With its historic elevator, animated doorman, classical columns, and semicircular arches, the hotel recalls the splendor of a bygone era
Modern setting but classic designs seemed to combine the best of both worlds—a promise Dubai is premised upon anyway
We weren’t visiting the Sicily of the American Mafioso imagination, but the Sicily of Arab-Catalan architecture and Southern Italian charm
At first glance, Marfa looks like a ghost city: abandoned buildings, desolate farmland, and a few horses and goats to snapchat to your friends back home.
Napoleon III finery meets pop art and is very much at home in what was Paris’ first airfield from which hot air balloons used to take off.