Naturavive Sleeping Capsules

The faint of heart need not apply when it comes to Naturavive’s cliffside transparent capsules. These “sleeping pods” are literally suspending by the rocks 400 feet above Peru’s Sacred Valley. To access these pods, guests must navigate trails or brave the zip lines – there’s simply no driveway leading up to these mountainside bird’s nests. Love ‘em or hate ‘em, one certainly cannot dispute that these modules are quite unique. Continue reading


The 404

No, this is not an error as the name may imply; it is in fact Nashville’s newest and smallest hotel. A collaboration between owner Mark Banks and Architect Nick Dryden, The 404 has emerged as a pearl within a sea of urbanization. When one visualizes a boutique hotel nestled within a dense city landscape, the words “infill” and “midrise” probably come to mind. What won’t come to mind is the word “auto shop”, which is exactly what was utilized to spawn this unique venue. Continue reading


Glisten Camping

Bringing the outdoors in is a popular choice in any work, live, and even play space today. Which is where the dome delivers nicely on the open-air covered concept, without holding back on design elements or comfort requirements within this glamping pod in rural France. Continue reading


Generator Hostel Barcelona

A little far from home but well within their comfort zone, the Toronto based DesignAgency chose to leave their many awards at home during the remodel of boutique hostel Generator Barcelona. That being said, this team of dynamic designers is used to traveling light, as many of their projects take them around the world to do what they do best – design fabulous spaces! Continue reading


Generator Hostel Berlin Mitte

Look no further if you desire a hip hostel in Berlin. The Generator Hostel gives a completely new meaning to what you may envision in a hostel. From the public spaces to the private or shared rooms, you’ll be impressed by its boutique style and amenities. Continue reading


Hotel Consolacion

Hotel Consolacion describes itself as a “delicious hotel and restaurant”. Although this is an appropriate descriptor, it is so much more. For those of you looking for a lovely hotel in an undiscovered region of Spain, look no farther than this hidden gem nestled in the hills of the Matarrana region located in the eastern region of Spain. Continue reading


Gruener Baum Hotel

A perfect alignment of historic architecture, a stunning alpine environment, a tiny medieval walled city, and modern interiors awaits you at this South Tyrolean hotel. The 500-year-old inn has been revived by architects Dr. Andreas Flora and Dr. Christian Kapeller as a 10 room guest home. Continue reading


Dar Hi

In the desert sands of Naftah, Tunisia, a luxury hotel will sweep you away. Rising from the sand, the ochre architecture takes its cues from the climate, along with local tradition and building materials. This collaborative creation by Matali Crasset, Patrick Elouarghi, and Philippe Chapelet, is a spiritual oasis to be explored individually or with family and friends. Continue reading


Son Jaumell Hotel

I can’t resist a 17th century stone villa restored to glorious understated luxury. The two story structure of stone walls and clay tile roofs create an impenetrable protective cocoon. From the moment you step through the grand stone Romanesque arched entrance and massive wooden doors, you feel a sense of calm envelop you. Polished concrete slabs are cooling in the Majorcan heat. Yet the warmth they collect in the day radiates back to you in the evening. Continue reading


Tama Hotel Phnom Penh Tower

In the bustling capital and largest city in Cambodia, the fortunate will find this boutique hotel that provides respite and comfort in unexpected ways. With just 26 rooms, a restaurant, coffee shop, and smoking area, it delivers big personality. Continue reading