The Kimpton Surfcomber Hotel in Miami’s prestigious South Beach is the epitome of modern chic. With direct access to the beach, the fully renovated hotel is centrally located alongside 200 feet of oceanfront property. Recent renovations have included guest-rooms and suites designed with an Art
For many people, traveling can either be exciting or a bit anxiety-inducing. You get to experience a new place, but you may also miss the comforts of home. Traveling to a big city like New York can heighten those feelings. There is so much to
Nestled between the New York Public Library’s flagship location, and Grand Central Station, The Library Hotel is a book nerd’s paradise. The ivy and brick glad building rests on the corner of Madison Ave and 41st, in all of its neo-gothic glory, and is surrounded
1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge is the urban waterfront getaway you’ve been waiting for. The 195 guest room hotel with 28 suites and 1 riverhouse suite overlooks the East River with stunning, floor-to-ceiling views of the Manhattan skyline for a restful experience.
Whether you want to stay
The Carillon Miami Beach Resort & Spa sits on the northern skirts of the South Beach strip, just steps away from the Atlantic and offers 750 feet of private and serene beachfront.
In 1958, the beach resort debuted as the Carillon Hotel and became an icon
The NoMad New York is a hip and classic mix of Europe’s old grandeur and New York’s fast-paced modernity with its Beaux-Arts design. French architect Jacques Garcia restored the hotel’s interiors with inspiration from the Parisian apartments of his younger years. There are 168 luxurious
The Dream South Beach Hotel is the epitome of sexy luxury in Miami. Located between convenient and bustling Collins Avenue and 11th Street, the Dream South Beach Hotel has made use of the former iconic Tudor Hotel and Palmer House. Both are living monuments of
Set against the Hollywood Hills and nestled atop 12 acres of prime residential real estate in one of the most renowned zip codes is The Beverly Hills Hotel. Marked by its rosy hue and cabana-esque aesthetics, this Los Angeles staple is a relic of Hollywood’s