Hotel Design

  • The Laslett in Notting Hill

    In the heart of one of London’s most beloved locales, The Laslett in Notting Hill is the ideal small hotel, luxurious yet charming.

  • G-Rough in Rome

    We take a look inside the boutique hotel G-Rough in Rome, where unconventional luxury rules and bolder is always better.

  • Hôtel National des Arts et Métiers

    The boutique hotel unites the rich history of its locale with confident creative direction for an inspiring stay in the heart of Paris.

  • Noelle in Nashville

    With the opening of this re-imagined 1930s hotel located in a historic precinct, there is no better time to visit Nashville.

  • Hotel Istoria

    Originally the home of a local horse lover, the newly-opened Hotel Istoria captures the heart of slow Mediterranean life on the Santorini coast.

  • Raes on Wategos

    A wholly original accommodation concept in Byron Bay, the delightful Raes on Wategos has us wanting to check in and never check out.

  • São Lourenço do Barrocal, Portugal

    We check into São Lourenço do Barrocal in the Alentejo region of Portugal, where the idea that there is luxury in simplicity rings loud and clear.

  • Two New Hotels by Hecker Guthrie

    We check in to design duo Hecker Guthrie’s latest commercial projects, Lindenderry Hotel and Michelton Hotel in regional Victoria.

  • Casa Cook Kos

    We check into the newest luxury boutique hotel in the bohemian Casa Cook hotel series, designed by Annabell Kutucu and Michael Schickinger.

  • Henrietta Hotel by Dorothée Meilichzon

    A London hotel that effortlessly showcases both classic and contemporary interior design with a sleek retro vibe.

  • An Insider’s Guide to Halcyon House

    It only took a short trip to cement Halcyon House as one of our favourite accommodation destinations in Australia.

  • Caribbean Villa by Piet Boon

    A relaxing island atmosphere and elegant flowing interiors by Piet Boon make this beachside villa in Bonaire one of our next must-visit spots.

  • Duas Portas in Porto

    An eight-person guest house built in a 19th century townhouse, Duas Portas is filled with warmth and a true “portuense” hospitality.

  • The Lisboans Apartments, Portugal

    Opened only 12 months ago, The Lisboans is a series of apartments in a elegantly restored 19th century canning factory, right in the heart of Lisbon.

  • Jackalope Hotel, Mornington Peninsula

    We check in to the Mornington Peninsula’s most coveted hotel opening for a closer peek at the jaw-dropping design.

  • Hotel Mono

    Exploring a hotel that unites a striking monochrome palette with design cut-through in the heart of Singapore.

  • Amanemu, Japan

    Embrace tranquillity at Amanemu, a luxurious retreat that elegantly combines contemporary architecture with Japanese minimalist traditions.

  • Casa No Tempo, Portugal

    We visit Casa no Tempo, a luxury holiday home in Portugal’s Alentejo region, where simple design and nature are the stars of the show.