Casa Comunal

Welcome to the Caribbean getaway of Casa Comunal, where all your problems disappear and are replaced with sunrises, followed by surfing, and more of the same tomorrow. A surfer himself birthed this surf shack rental out of his own passion for play, and he – along with his friends, decided that a cultural experience would far outweigh and outshine the doldrums of a regular hotel stay for anyone looking to travel in this direction. Continue reading

Locke Aparthotel

Locke Aparthotel is a neatly orchestrated live/stay experience. Whether you desire an authentic boutique hotel visit, or are looking for an indefinite designed living environment – this is the place for you. Continue reading

Casa Cook Rhodes

Whether you are in need of a full-course body relaxation vacation, or desire to balance your body and mind with a challenging yoga class – Casa Cook Rhodes is equipped with either option, and more! Continue reading

InBox Capsule Hotel

I’m sure you’ve heard the stories about hotels in Tokyo, Japan being little more than a roll-up mattress stuffed inside a shoe box. Heck, you might have even stayed in one. But I’m guessing you’ve never seen anything quite like this hotel in Saint Petersburg, Russia, which takes that concept and applies a thick coat of style and function. The InBox Capsule Hotel by DA Architects is an entirely new type of temporary housing, encouraging community while at the same time providing privacy and comfort in an entirely bizarre architectural package. Continue reading

Masseria Moroseta

The architecture and interior design of Masseria Moroseta is nothing short of stunning, and is the wonder-workings of Andrew Trotter – who took over three years to create this boutique B&B, ensuring ample time was taken to keep the Pugliese traditions alive throughout this white heavenly haven. Continue reading


Borgo Merlassino

At a glance, the Borgo Merlassino by firm DeAmicis Architetti is just one in a line of thousands of beautiful Italian villas and estates. However, a closer look reveals an eclectic collection of architectural wonders in the form of a stunning landscape peppered with primary, secondary, and auxiliary structures – each with a widely different approach to material and geometry. The designers wanted to establish a traditional European typology while simultaneously exploring contemporary influences in spatial and programmatic organization. The result is an experience like nothing you’ve ever seen. Continue reading


Generator Amsterdam

Generator Amsterdam is a remodeled university courtesy of DesignAgency, who took this former learning center and turned it into a hostel fueled by great design, artistic expression, and clean comfort. Continue reading

Zoku

Is it a home? Is it a hotel? Is it a gym? Is it an office space? Zoku is actually all of the above! Zoku – Japanese for family, tribe or clan – offers a live/work space in Amsterdam for the nomad of the 21st century. This flexible home/office culmination is versatile enough for long stays without forgoing the feel of being “at home”, while still harnessing the conveniences of a hotel, and the social setting of a bustling neighborhood. Continue reading

San Giorgio Mykonos

If fun had a middle name it would most assuredly be San Giorgio Mykonos. This boutique hotel is nothing short of spectacular thanks to Annabell Kutucu and Michael Schickinger who re-purposed this property into a 34-room seaside experience. Continue reading


The Nomad Hotel

New York is often referred to as ‘the greatest city on earth’, and although that opinion might vary among strangers, it is a truth that certainly resonates with local New Yorkers. That being said, one might begin to make that truth part of their own reality with a visit to The NoMad Hotel – not an average city hotel in any sense of the word. Continue reading