Alan Faena on Hotel Design Secrets, Working with Philippe Starck, and Staying True to His Vision (Architectural Digest)
A Design Lover’s Guide to Amsterdam (Architectural Digest)
Osram Gives the Vatican New Life with LED Lighting Overhaul (Architectural Digest)
The project to relight the Sistine Chapel, the Raphael Rooms, St. Peter’s Basilica, and the Sala Regia has taken eight years to complete
You Can Live Like Royalty at this Marrakech Hotel Dreamed up by the King of Morocco (Travel + Leisure)
“Marrakech is a big couscous with 24 vegetables and all the colors,” my guide Moustapha Chouquir said as he led me and my travel companions through the narrow lanes of the souk in Marrakech.
5 Reasons Why Baltimore Should Be Your Next Getaway (Jetsetter)
If everything you know about Baltimore comes from “The Wire,” it’s time to put away tired stereotypes and give the city a chance.
The Caribbean Has Made a Comeback—and Now Is the Time to Book (Architectural Digest)
Here’s everything you should know about planning a trip to the idyllic, sun-drenched region
The Top 20 Places to Travel in 2019 (Architectural Digest)
AD consulted with the industry’s leading experts to uncover the hottest destinations for design lovers in the new year
A Cinema Lover’s Guide to Rome (AFAR)
A writer goes on a quest to find the Eternal City’s most cinematic spots.
The 7 Most Luxurious Suites on the Amalfi Coast (Architectural Digest)
With its precipitous cliffs, hillside villages, winding roads, and sparkling sea, this little stretch of paradise jutting out into the Bay of Naples has come to symbolize la dolce vita since the 1950s
6 Reasons to Love New York City, According to New Yorkers (The Points Guy)
As much as we New Yorkers like to complain about the subway, the high cost of living, the traffic, the crowds, and general chaos, we also know we live in one of the greatest cities on earth.
Manhattan Cocktail Bars Are Upping the Style Quotient (Surface)
The latest openings excel at more than what's in the glass
ASH NYC Is on the Bleeding Edge of 360-Degree Hospitality (Surface)
Four years after a triumphant leap into the hotel world, the design firm has resurfaced in Detroit with an even more immersive project that opens up all kinds of possibilities for its future
Here's What to Do in the Hamptons This Summer (Architectural Digest)
We scoped out the best places to stay, eat, drink, see art, and shop on the East End
The World's Most Glamorous New Hotel Suites Are ... on a Train (Architectural Digest)
AD gets a first look at the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express's jaw-dropping, just debuted new accommodations
13 of the Best New York Hotels (Condé Nast Traveller UK)
In New York, the hotel scene is always changing. Many travellers choose Midtown for convenience, but with neighbourhoods like NoMad and Dumbo on the up, there's an ever-growing set of boutique hotel options in other parts of Manhattan, and in Brooklyn too. Laura Itzkowitz picks her favourite New York hotels
Paris's 6 Most Exceptional Hotel Suites (Architectural Digest)
See inside the most extravagant accommodations in a city renowned for its world class hotels.
Como Parrot Cay's Triumphant Post-Hurricane Return (Robb Report)
A Turks and Caicos favorite is back in action
6 Art-Fair Insiders Share Their Must-Visit Tips in Miami (Architectural Digest)
These are the hotspots everyone in the art world will soon be talking about (and Instagramming)
Is Bamboo the Sustainable Building Material of the Future? (Vogue)
As glass-and-steel skyscrapers are rising in cities around the world and architects are harnessing evermore advanced technology, one firm in Bali is looking to nature to lead the way.
The Top 35 Places to Travel in 2018 (Architectural Digest)
AD consulted with the industry's leading experts to uncover the hottest destinations for design lovers in the new year.
9 Hotel Design Ideas to Steal and Use at Home (Architectural Digest)
We spanned the globe to uncover the best—and most applicable—aesthetic treasures at top-tier destinations
The NYLON Guide to Berlin (NYLON)
Where to eat, where to drink, and where to shop
Why You Should Visit This South American City Right Now (Architectural Digest)
With its burgeoning food and creative scenes, incredible hotels, exceptional architecture, and natural beauty, this South American metropolis is impossible to ignore
9 Tours of Italy You Need to Take (Jetsetter)
Sure, you can wander around Rome or Venice staring at Google Maps, taking in Italy's greatest masterpieces without knowing the secret stories behind them, but you'll get so much more if you enlist the help of a Cicerone—that's Italian for guide.
The NYLON Guide to Rome (NYLON)
What to do, what to eat, where to shop
This Is India Like You've Never Seen It Before (AFAR)
It's built to resemble European city plans and just got a new five-star resort.
Insider Secrets to Touring the British Virgin Islands (Architectural Digest)
The ideal itinerary for getting the most out of a brief voyage to this pristine part of the planet
The Most Expensive Suite at Raffles Singapore (Architectural Digest)
Inimitable luxury and service at this grand hotel have long beckoned heads of state, film stars, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
A Field Guide to Vermouth (Saveur)
Get to know the diverse styles and flavors of vermouth, an herbaceous fortified wine essential in cocktails like the martini, Manhattan, and Negroni
This New Hospitality Brand Gives Guests the Keys to Rome’s Most Exclusive Apartments (Muse by Robb Report)
It’s like becoming a member of a secret club
What It’s Really Like to Bare All for a Moroccan Hammam Treatment (Domino)
Honestly, very luxurious.
How to Plan the Perfect Road Trip in Northern Spain (Architectural Digest)
Glittering beaches, architectural masterpieces, must-see art museums, a rich gastronomic tradition, and inviting wine regions
11 Mistakes Most Tourists Make in Rome (The Points Guy)
Italy consistently ranks as one of the world’s most popular places to visit and first-time visitors almost always go to Rome
Why Design Lovers Should Visit Aarhus, Denmark (Architectural Digest)
If the Scandinavian country’s second city isn’t on your radar, it should be
9 Hidden Coastal Towns in Europe Worth Seeking Out (Jetsetter)
Europe has so many gorgeous coastal towns, you could spend a lifetime exploring them all—but these 9 have remained blissfully under the radar
How Local Nordic Ingredients Are Transforming Copenhagen’s Cocktail Scene (Vogue)
When Morten Damgaard—the man behind Copenhagen’s “postcode” bars 1105, 1656 and 1879—teamed up with the owners of two-Michelin-starred restaurant Kadeau to open the new bar 1408, he decided to adopt Kadeau’s New Nordic approach.
Where 4 Female Architects and Designers Will Be Hanging Out During Design Week Mexico (Vogue)
The title of 2018 World Design Capital may have made it official, but it’s abundantly clear that Mexico City is in a golden age for design
The New Chicago Architecture Center Debuts in a Riverside Mies van der Rohe Building (Architectural Digest)
It’s an appropriate—and exciting—new home
7Pines Resort Ibiza Is a Blissful, Wellness-Oriented Getaway (Robb Report)
The new Leading Hotel of the World kicks the luxury levels of the millionaire's playground up a notch
This Is the Ischia of Elena Ferrante's Neapolitan Novels (Fodor's Travel)
With HBO turning the mysterious author's novels into a TV series, one writer goes on a quest to find the midcentury vacation destination featured in the books
Skip Santorini and Head to These Lesser-Known Greek Islands Instead (GQ)
Avoid the crowds of Greece's most mobbed island and opt for a chiller—but equally beautiful—vacation instead
To Experience the True French 'Art de Vivre' You Need to Get Out of Paris (Vogue)
It was getting dark when we pulled up to the gate in the rural village of Ouches
The Secret Formula for Designing the World's Coolest New Hotels (AFAR)
The under-the-radar company behind hipster chic properties like Freehand and the LINE has mastered the art of creating instant hotel hits—and they're not done yet.
Rome's Art & Architecture: Our Guide (Condé Nast Traveler)
If Paris is a moveable feast, Rome is an open-air museum.
How to Spend a Few Perfect Days in Belize (Architectural Digest)
The small Central American nation has long lived in the shadow of its neighbor Mexico, but it's about to come into the spotlight in a big way
Art and Design Lovers Are Traveling Here in Droves (Architectural Digest)
Hint: the bustling metropolis is a perfect mix of cutting-edge and antique, East and West
The NYLON Guide to Milan, Italy (NYLON)
What to do, where to eat, where to shop
A Look at Ai Weiwei's Takeover of New York City's Public Spaces (AFAR)
You'll find his politically-charged pieces throughout the five boroughs through February.
10 NYC Restaurants Staging a Vegetarian Revolution (AFAR)
Forget the kind of raw, health-obsessed restaurants that welcome you with a wheatgrass shot and leave you feeling maybe a little smug but definitely still hungry.
Cocktails For a Cause: These Bars All Give Back to Charity (Vogue)
In this fraught post-election America, it's more important than ever for individuals to support the causes they hold dear, and bars across the country are making this as easy as ordering a drink
You'll Want to Leave Room in Your Suitcase for These 5 Things From India (NYLON)
Pack light on your way there
Tour Bali's Most Expensive Hotel Villas (Architectural Digest)
In one of the world's most desirable destinations, these are the ultimate luxury accommodations
A Rome Dining Guide from the City's Only Female Michelin-Starred Chef (Vogue)
Cristina Bowerman is a force to be reckoned with.
Where to Eat and Drink in Miami Without Seeing a Single Mesh T-Shirt (GQ)
Where to go after the clock strikes midnight
How to Visit Scotland Like a Royal (Town & Country)
Consider this your guide to the Queen's Scotland
Next Stop, NOLA (Jetsetter)
With buzzy new hotels, standout restaurants by award-winning chefs, and ridiculously hip bars, there's never been a better time to plan a trip to the Big Easy. Consider this your essential guide to unlocking the city.
8 Mistakes Most Tourists Make in Venice (The Points Guy)
Venice’s nickname may be La Serenissima — the most serene — but anyone who’s been jostled by the crowds around Piazza San Marco, gotten on the wrong ferry, or taken a wrong turn and found themselves at the dead end of a canal knows that the city can, at times, be maddening
The 10 Best American Amaro Bottles to Drink Now (Saveur)
U.S. distillers are creating a splash with their own versions of the bitter Italian liqueur. Here, a guide to the best American-made amari
The Design Lover’s Guide to São Paulo (Architectural Digest)
It’s home to the highest concentration of street art in the world, midcentury architectural masterpieces by Oscar Niemeyer and Lina Bo Bardi, and incredible hotels, restaurants, and museums
How to Plan the Perfect Road Trip in Tuscany (Architectural Digest)
The freedom to explore incredible art and architecture, delicious food and wine, and jaw-dropping landscapes
The 13 Best Hotel Bars in New York City (Jetsetter)
In a city like NYC there’s a swanky hotel on almost every street corner, so it comes as no surprise that the city’s best bars happen to be inside them
Copenhagen’s 7 Most Luxurious Hotel Suites (Architectural Digest)
From intimate boutique hotels filled with vintage furniture to a grand dame with a Michelin-starred restaurant and swanky champagne bar
A Design Lover’s Guide to Malta (Architectural Digest)
The small island nation floating in the Mediterranean has remained relatively under the radar among U.S. travelers—but that’s changing now
NYC’s Best New Restaurants Are So Worth the Wait (Jetsetter)
What’s ‘in’ in New York changes faster than a speeding subway car. Old restaurants close and buzzy new spots join the fray.
The Coolest Things to Do in Rome—Beyond the Colosseum (Jetsetter)
Caput Mundi, the Eternal City, the City of the Seven Hills—whatever you call Rome, there’s no denying the magnetic charm of Italy’s ancient capital
Checking in on Detroit, Three Years After Its UNESCO City of Design Designation (Architectural Digest)
How has the city grown with the accolade?
Unicorns, a Chef-Designed Bikini, and More Things T Editors Are Into Right Now (T Magazine)
A by-no-means exhaustive list of things our editors (and a few contributors) find interesting on a given week.
3 New Boutique Hotels Upping Rome's Design Quotient (Architectural Digest)
The next time you visit the Eternal City, consider staying in one of these art-filled boltholes
Why You Can (and Should) Take a Serengeti Safari Alone (AFAR)
Safaris aren't just for honeymooners. In fact, their mix of structured itineraries and communal dining is great for individual travelers
A Field Guide to Italian Amaro (Saveur)
Get to know the diverse styles and flavors of those bittersweet Italian liqueurs known as amari
5 Reasons Why Boston Should Be Your Next Getaway (Jetsetter)
Between the historic charm, world-class art museums, and booming (and female-driven) restaurant scene, there are plenty of reasons to make Boston your next weekend getaway. If you haven't visited recently, you're in for a wicked good time.
Why Cave Divers Say Belize's Underwater Paradise Is Worth the Risk (AFAR)
Safety is key for scuba divers—and cave diving is scuba without an easy escape route. What, then, is driving so many people to dive deeper in Belize?
The Cure for Social Media Fatigue Is an Amazon River Cruise (AFAR)
A smartphone addict finds out what happens when she's forced to disconnect deep in the Amazon rain forest
This Landmark Hotel Was Reborn After a Natural Disaster in Big Sur (AFAR)
Hospitality expert John Pritzker discusses how a Big Sur hotel made its lavish comeback after landslides devastated California's Central Coast.
Drinking the Aperol Spritz—and Italian Amari—Beyond Summer (Vogue)
When I lived in Rome six years ago, I grew to love the bittersweet flavor of an Aperol Spritz.
The NYLON Guide to Philadelphia (NYLON)
Why You Should Visit the Hawaiian Island of Lanai (Architectural Digest)
Favored by celebrities from Jessica Alba and Will Smith to Bill and Melinda Gates, this Larry Ellison-owned idyll is unlike anything on the planet
Four of South Africa's Most Expensive Suites (Architectural Digest)
In a country whose popularity is skyrocketing, these exceptional accommodations must be seen to be believed
A Design Lover's Guide to Munich, Germany (Architectural Digest)
Munich, Germany is suddenly a design capital with must-see museum exhibitions, hip hotels, and renowned restaurants
The Ultimate NYLON Guide to Marfa, Texas (NYLON)
Mumbai Has the World's Second Largest Concentration of Art Deco Buildings (Architectural Digest)
When it comes to the distinctive style, Mumbai is second only to Miami.
Is This the Most Beautiful Tuscan Village You've Never Heard Of? (Architectural Digest)
Following a $250 million investment this cinematic Italian hamlet is about to become hugely popular
Italy Travel Guide: Three Under-the-Radar Regions to See Now (Jetsetter)
You've been to Rome, Florence, and Venice and now you're ready to dig deeper, right? Time to head to these three regions favored by Italians—one for wine, one for village life, and one for beaches.
The World's Most Beautiful Bookstores (Town & Country)
From an opulent bookshop in a repurposed theater to a charmingly weathered store on a canal, these gorgeous shops are worth a visit.
Brooklyn's Best New Bars of 2016 (Brooklyn Magazine)
From a speakeasy inspired by Marie Antoinette's boudoir to a '70s in Vegas-inspired watering hole, these are the bars where you should be drinking now
Take a Weekend Wine Trip to Oregon's Willamette Valley (Architectural Digest)
An easy drive from Portland will take you to one of the best under-the-radar wine destinations
The Perfect Pacific Coast Highway Road Trip (Travel + Leisure)
California's Highway 1 is a classic American route that should be on everyone's bucket list. Here's how to do it right.
New York City's 15 Best Hidden Bars and Restaurants (Travel + Leisure)
Clandestine cocktails, Prohibition-era haunts, and dinner hideaways—these are the best hidden bars and restaurants in the city that never sleeps.
Highlights From Singapore Art Week (Surface)
The shows, parties, and more that made an impression.
Love Letter to Venice (Jetsetter)
No matter how many times you've been to Venice, its beauty never fades. JS correspondent Laura Itzkowitz rediscovers her love for the city's centuries-old art, architecture, and of course, pasta.
5 Most Picturesque Villas on Lake Como (Architectural Digest)
The opulent lakeside retreats are favored by celebrities and royals alike.
Travel Guide: New York City (Saveur)
Don't let choice overwhelm you—here's where to eat, drink, and stay in New York City
How to Spend a Weekend in Umbria, Italy (Architectural Digest)
Just 90 miles outside of Rome, this region in the perfect getaway.
5 Hidden Bars in Sydney (Architectural Digest)
Discover some of the best clandestine spots in the city
Which New and Reborn Boston Hotel Fits Your Travel Persona? (AFAR)
These four newly opened and renovated properties cater to a range of personalities.
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