To fit in with the performance halls and museums that populate Dallas’ Arts District, New York firm Bentel & Bentel (in collaboration with architecture firm HKS) conceived the Hall Arts Hotel Dallas, a Curio Collection by Hilton, to complement the area’s artsy vibe. “Art is integral to the design. ItContinue Reading

As hospitality shifts its focus to a more accessible, affordable, and meaningful approach, brands are popping up with inclusivity and wellbeing as core philosophies. Here are four brands that are responding to the desire of travelers who want to both feel and do good. Yonder Hospitality A firepit is theContinue Reading

Wallpaper plays a leading role in the revamp of the Mayflower Inn & Spa, Auberge Resorts Collection, part of designer Celerie Kemble’s vision for a country house escape that resembles a well-appointed home more than a luxury hotel. Originally built in 1894 as a private school for boys, the 35-roomContinue Reading

The first time New York designer Ken Fulk laid eyes on the mansion built by architect Hal Thomson for Texan cotton tycoon Edgar Perry, he swooned. “There’s nothing like it,” he says of the 1928 Italian Renaissance Revival landmark that’s now home to the Auberge Resorts Collection-operated Commodore Perry Estate,Continue Reading

With the XXXIII Olympic Summer Games slated to bring another vibrant dimension to Paris in 2024, the city is already abuzz with new developments. It’s all part of an effort to modernize the city with a continued emphasis on sustainability while still embodying the spirit of the French capital’s time-honored,Continue Reading

At the center of hospitality for both restaurants and hotels are buzzwords like authenticity and experiential. Guests expect to not only be transported but transformed and designers are doing that through celebrating—and preserving—original details, highlighting renewable resources, and creating captivating and shareable moments to attract new and loyal customers alike.Continue Reading

Set at the base of mountains, Telluride sparkles with sunlight and blooms during the summer. This was the vivid season that resonated with Liubasha Rose, creative director at Miami-based Rose Ink Workshop (who worked with Auberge Resorts Collection chief creative officer Kemper Hyers at Starwood Capital before venturing out onContinue Reading

From a futuristic space sheathed in green to a tranquil, subdued haven, these luxurious salons and spas are a far cry from your grandmother’s beauty parlor. iO Beauty Gallery Moscow Appropriate for a moment when self-care is at a premium, iO Beauty Gallery’s sophisticated and minimalist design comes courtesy ofContinue Reading

With its blend of tradition and tech, Boston has always been a cosmopolitan city with a small town feel. A recent spate of hotel development—some 5,000 new rooms are expected to come online in the next five years—echoes that sentiment with a mix of big brands and boutique properties enteringContinue Reading