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15-Room Boutique Hotel One Leicester Street Opens in London

Jun 13, 2013  |   Contributor: Carol Driver

A new luxury hotel, boasting a cocktail bar and restaurant, has opened its doors in the heart of London’s West End. One Leicester Street, in the popular Chinatown neighborhood, is the latest project from Singapore’s hotelier Loh Lik Peng and Chef Patron Tom Harris. The new hotel will join six boutique hotels and six restaurants located in Singapore, Shanghai, London and Sydney which will launch in 2014.... Read More

Hotel Monaco Chicago Reveals A Cool New Look After Multi-Year Renovations

Jun 10, 2013  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

Beginning in 2011 with its guestroom makeovers, Kimpton’s Hotel Monaco Chicago has been working on completing its full renovations which include updates to their lobby, restaurant and event space. This past May, the hotel unveiled their new look with bold, playful colors and textures. The modernization of their meeting space and lobby come as welcome additions to the already glamorous hotel which was named a Condé Nast Traveler Reader’s Choice 2012 winner and one of US News and World Report’s 2013 Best Hotels.... Read More

The Boxer Hotel in Boston Highlights City's History with $3 Million Renovation

Jun 5, 2013  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

As current travel trends have begun to show, today’s hotel guests want to authentically connect with the cities they are visiting. In an effort to meet those demands, the newly renovated and rebranded Boxer hotel in Boston has opened with a very distinct local feel. Previously The Bulfinch Hotel, the boutique property found its new identity in May after Hersha Hospitality Trust of Philadelphia investors poured in $3 million into the property.... Read More

Sumahan on the Water: A 19th Century Alcohol Factory Transformed

Jun 5, 2013  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Transformed from a family heirloom — an alcohol factory owned by the mid-nineteenth century Ottoman family — Sumahan on the Water is a rare hotel on the very edge of the Bosphorus Straits in Istanbul. The Black Sea, the Sea of Marmara and the Aegean surround the family-owned property and offer picturesque landscapes to hotel guests.... Read More

The Pearl Hotel Brings New Luxury to Florida’s Emerald Coast

Jun 5, 2013  |   Contributor: Carly Zinderman

This summer, The Pearl will open in Rosemary Beach, Fl., bringing new luxury to the Gulf of Mexico.... Read More

Simple Country Luxury at the Quaint Inn at Park Winters

May 31, 2013  |   Contributor: Janice Nieder

Whether you're in the mood for a romantic rendezvous at a luxurious, boutique inn or in the market for a stylish special event venue for the wedding of your dreams, you'll want to check out the Inn at Park Winters, about an hour’s drive from San Francisco. George Washington Scott, one of the founders of Scottsdale, AZ, originally built the magnificent Inn at Park Winters as a private residence in the 1800s.... Read More

The Raphael Hotel: Just Steps from Kansas City's Best Attractions

May 18, 2013  |   Contributor: Sean Hillen

One of the highlights of any visit to Kansas City, Missouri is a leisurely stroll through the delightful area of fashionable restaurants, stores and ornate fountains known as the Spanish Plaza. The stucco architecture of its buildings are modeled after those in Seville, with whom it has a long-established sister city relationship. Located directly in front of the plaza is The Raphael Hotel, which has been voted as one of the 2013 Travel + Leisure 500 World's Best Hotels.... Read More

Keswick Hall: A Charlottesville Gem With a Storied Past

May 16, 2013  |   Contributor: Karin Leperi

Keswick Hall at Monticello is a gem fit for royalty. The Tuscan-style luxury hotel is situated in the midst of rolling green hills and thoroughbred horse farms with the Blue Ridge Mountains serving as a scenic backdrop. It really doesn’t get any prettier than this. Not too far from the property are celebrated landmarks such as Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello and the University of Virginia, Montpelier (estate of President James Madison), and Ash Lawn-Highland (home of President James Monroe).... Read More

The Graham Georgetown Hotel Gets Multi-Million Dollar Renovation

May 14, 2013  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

When doing anything in the nation’s capital, it’s best to do it on a grand scale, to make some noise and grab attention. Washington D.C.’s, The Graham Georgetown did just that by investing in a multi-million dollar renovation that is sure to get people talking.... Read More

Eventi Hotel Shows Off its Sociable Personality in New York's Chelsea District

May 12, 2013  |   Contributor: Lena Katz

Let the unusual name of this Midtown newcomer clue you in: for business meetings or spontaneous meetups, cross-country rendezvous or a midweek shopping spree, the Eventi — a Kimpton Hotel is a great home base for a social stay in Manhattan. It’s a friendly, casually chic, centrally located and versatile boutique hotel. Like most of its Kimpton sister properties, it excels at making the business-class traveler feel at home. Since the public spaces are spread across many floors, the hotel never feels congested, or like one particular group has overtaken the entire property.... Read More

Ireland Luxury Hotel Named One of Travel + Leisure's Top Hotels for 2013

Feb 7, 2013  |   Contributor: Carly Zinderman

Adare Manor, located near Limerick and Shannon International Airport, has been voted by readers of Travel+Leisure magazine one of the best hotels in the world for 2013. Travel+Leisure, a leading luxury travel magazine published in the United States, has named Adare Manor named a “Top 500 Hotel on the World” for ten consecutive years. The estate, through which flows the River Maigue, features an exquisite French formal garden, including the oldest Cedar of Lebanon tree in the British Isles dating, to 1645.... Read More

Winter Travel Package For Two at San Francisco's Inn at the Presidio

Feb 4, 2013  |   Contributor: Carly Zinderman

The Inn at the Presidio opened in April of 2012 as The Presidio’s first lodging. Built in a Georgian Revival-style, it was once home to bachelor officers of U.S. Army. The historic restoration provides comfort and contemporary style, with an art program that honors the history of The Presidio. SenSpa, recognized as San Francisco’s best day spa, is located in the park and just a short walk from the Inn at the Presidio. The spa aims to promote wellness with a holistic approach, offering services that detoxify, release, and nourish the mind, body and spirit.... Read More

Strange Places to Stay: 5 Prisons Turned Luxury Hotels

Feb 1, 2013  |   Contributor: Tara Imperatore  |  3 Comments

Where you were once only allowed one phone call, a bologna sandwich and a rock hard bunk bed, you’re now pampered with concierge service, decadent dishes, and the coziest of accommodations. Gone are the dark days of detaining criminals, as today these former prisons are hosting travelers from around the world in their new life as luxury hotels. Some may downplay their past, while others proudly show off their rich history, but all are still looking for ways to keep their guests from escaping.... Read More

Hotel Vermont Opening in Burlington Spring 2013

Feb 1, 2013  |   Contributor: Carly Zinderman

Hotel Vermont, a 125-bedroom luxury hotel, is set to open Spring of 2013. The property expects to gain LEED-certification, and will draw guests searching for an authentic Vermont experience, including a Hen of the Wood Restaurant, one of the state’s favorite restaurant chains.

An outdoor terrace with an open hearth, features views of Lake Champlain. The hotel will also have 2,000 square feet of green roof space, along with a 7,500 square foot Harbor Terrace that features local artist Richard Erdman's bronze sculptures. The hotel will offer four meeting rooms, two of which are water-view function rooms with 1,100 square feet of space for meetings and events for up to 80 guests. Hotel Vermont will also be the first hotel in the state to offer 100Mbs synchronous broadband in... Read More

North America's First and Only Village Made of Snow and Ice Opened in Montreal

Jan 31, 2013  |   Contributor: Carly Zinderman

The InterContinental Montreal is bringing a unique "In the Know" experience to its guests and visitors of Montreal through an alliance with the Montreal Snow Village. The Village, which is North America’s first and only entire village made of snow and ice, will officially open on Tuesday, January 22nd in the city’s Parc Jean Drapeau. This year, the village’s architects and sculptors are using the Big Apple as inspiration for the village’s setting, sculptures and décor. The Ice Hotel features 10 standard rooms and 15 prestige suites, including five igloos. Each room is adorned with a bed that sits on top of a base made entirely of ice.... Read More

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