London’s One Leicester Street showcases elegant minimalism in a design that breathes new life into a time-worn space.
The Playland Motel brings collaborative energy and eclectic art to New York's Rockaway Beach.
The Thief hotel in Oslo, Norway has become a cultural hearth for the city.
Roman and Williams Viceroy New York brings timeless design to a storied Manhattan block.
The raw materials and found objects of the Line hotel go beyond the glitz and glamour of L.A.
The Generator hostel in Berlin offers a sharply designed and affordable place to set down a pack.
The renovation of the 1960s Mendeli Street Hotel in Tel Aviv turns a lodging near the beach into an urban hub.
The Ion Luxury Adventure Hotel finds an inconspicuous home on an Icelandic mountain just miles from a national park.
Citizen M’s Times Square outpost provides clean, colorful interiors conducive for work and leisure.
Paris’s Hôtel Vernet located on a small street parallel to the Champs-Élysées, is rare among the city’s accommodations.
On the edge of Barcelona’s Eixample district,the Vincci Gala hotel occupies a former private residence situated where the city’s 19th- and 20th-century expansion meets its Gothic Old Town.
The Ludlow Hotel in New York’s Lower East Side provides a refuge from the city while embracing the street outside.
Urban Post in Foshan, China's Guangdong province envisions high-end hospitality for the Airbnb generation.
The Flushing Meadows Hotel & Bar in Munich opens up to views of the Bavarian Alps.
The Miami Beach Edition made a big splash in Miami with a design upgrade and relaunch by Ian Schrager.
The eight-story Rooms Hotel in Georgia’s capital city, Tbilisi embraces a building’s industrial history.
The Principal Madrid combines sprawling views of its surrounding city with rich interiors on the inside.
G-Rough,is set in a narrow, five-story 17th-century building in the center of Rome, and was designed by 35-year-old architect Giorgia Cerulli.
Hotels that offer the best of hospitality design today.