United by a sense of character
We find hotels with striking design moments, bold use of color and noteworthy art installations. All meant to give you a hotel stay worth talking about.
An embodiment of French designer Jacques Garcia’s philosophy of “all things in excess”, The Vagabond Club is a playground for the high-spirited, the mischievous, and the fun loving.
Blessed by Belgian designer Will Erens, Apollo Hotel is a canal-side gem brimming with character, color, and texture. Here flamingo wallpaper meets translucent “stained glass” and gold fixtures line patterned walls with a certain, unapologetic flare so apropos to the neighborhood.
Savannah’s vibrant and entrepreneurial River Street neighborhood is a quirky hub for arts and entertainment. The Alida accents the area’s local spirit with contemporary interpretations of southern hospitality seen throughout the shared areas and guest rooms. Like Savannah itself, The Alida celebrates custom creations, original designs and local craftwork—so no two rooms at the hotel are quite the same.
Our hotels focus on creating spaces that bring people together and experiences that connect you to the surrounding community.
This is what happens when eclectic, arts-inspired design and great cocktails go alfresco in Southern California.
With its oceanfront views, this hotel is a mecca for beach bums in training. Designed by Lauren Rottet, the hotels pays homage to the original Royal Palm Hotel, one of the finest works of architect Donald G. Smith.
Inspired by Frank and Dolly Reikart, a vaudevillian couple known as Amherst’s “first family of hospitality”, this hotel perfectly combines bowties on monkeys, personal butlers and cozy living rooms with roaring fires.
A handwritten note. A 24/7 pantry filled with local baked goods. We believe in the power of thoughtful details and those little moments that make a trip meaningful.
International guests of Le Metropolitan, Paris can request a local cell phone for use during their stay. Always connected and always complimentary.
Inspired to go beyond the typical, Great Northern Hotel offers 24/7 “pantries” brimming with baked goods, coffee and teas on each floor of the hotel. Best part? It’s all on the house.
The good kind of instant espresso. Noelle keeps guests perpetually caffeinated with coffee arriving to their guest room in ten minutes or less. Voilà
From the beaches of Miami to the colorful streets of Singapore, we’re taking the road less traveled to find stories worth sharing.