Quirky hotel with a modern approach to affordable lodging. The Pod offers basic but comfortable small rooms and hip social hang outs like their popular rooftop bar.
Elegant hotel in New York’s Meatpacking District with luxurious rooms, a German-style beer garden, and a rooftop discotheque.
New York’s PUBLIC hotel offers a comprehensive boutique experience encompassing curated rooms, dining, entertainment, and shopping. PUBLIC is the latest development of hotelier Ian Schrager, best known for the infamous Studio 54. With its modern take on New York nightlife, PUBLIC is the place to be among the city’s young and hip.
-Recommended by Ro Ransom
A 5-minute walk from Lady Bird Lake, this sleek, contemporary hotel is a 3-minute walk from the lively eateries and bars in the Rainey Street Historic District, and 2 miles from the Bullock Texas State History Museum.
Upscale boutique hotel located in Austin’s popular South Congress district.
Luxury hotel in downtown Austin.
Next door to the Austin City Limits music venue, this chic high-rise hotel in the Second Street District is half-a-mile from the Austin Convention Center and a 1-minute walk to Austin City Hall.
Elegant seaside resort featuring fine dining, a luxurious spa facility, and a plethora of recreational and cultural programs.
“The Native Hotel is beautiful and well designed. You don’t have an ocean view, but the decor is spot on.” — Awolnation
“Another landmark would be the Culver City hotel, a 1920s building with a upstairs bar. It is certainly underrated, especially during happy hour.” — BRÅVES
“Beverly Hills Hotel. Stay simply for the Polo Lounge.” — BRÅVES
“My man and I discovered a mini vacation from LA and our toddler when we stumbled onto the rooftop of The Waldorf Hotel in Beverly Hills. Stunning view of the entire city, perfect sunset, steamy, loungey electronic music, and you get to dress up. It’s our perfect date . After playing and drinking in more bars than I can possibly count, this feels really worth it. Aperol Spritz’s all day.” – Shana Halligan
“For a very Southern Cali experience I would choose The Erwin in Venice. It has a beautiful rooftop bar, super cute rooms, [in] a very walkable neighborhood by Abbot Kinney, Main St, etc, and you have the beach!” -Shana Halligan
“The Robey Hotel in Wicker Park is a newly renovated, fancy historic building centrally located amidst hip neighborhoods.” -White Mystery
Classic hotel with an ornately frescoed lobby.
-Recommended by In Tall Buildings
“Metro’s talent buyer Joe Carsello put us on to this place. Get the ceviche. Also it’s BYOB.” — Air Credits
“I would recommend people stay at Next hotel. We have stayed there a few times and it’s right in the heart of Queen Street Mall. It also has a rooftop pool and bar which is always a plus!” — Sheppard
Ace Hotel New Orleans sits on the corner of Carondelet and Lafayette streets in the Warehouse District with a beautiful pool on the roof.
“Sweet rooftop bar overlooking the city and coffee shop below. Great area for food and close to all the touristy places.” – Jet Black Alley Cat
Hotel Eggers is one of the oldest hotels still in operation in Sweden. Located in the heart of Gothenburg, this classic hotel features traditional rooms with antique furniture, fine dining, and conference facilities.
The Mornington Hotel Stravaganza Göteborg is a high-end, British-inspired hotel in the center of Gothenburg, conveniently located near the city’s tourist attractions and shopping and entertainment districts.
Modern, high-end hotel just outside downtown Gothenburg, with luxurious amenities and multiple fine dining experiences.
Chic hotel in Gothenburg with a pub and nightclub.
Stylish traditional hotel built in 1889, offering fine dining experiences and two classy bars.
Oppulent hotel in central Gothenburg with luxurious interiors, fine dining, and a lounge bar.
“This is a historic Boulder Hotel with tons of character! It has a cool speakeasy style bar downstairs too.” -Rodes Rollins
Overlooking historic Weghuberpark in St Ulrich, this playful, circus-inspired hotel features a roof terrace offering spectacular vies of Vienna and the MuseumsQuartier. There’s an Italian restaurant on-site and a seasonal Airstream food truck serving burgers in a garden. Recommended by MYNTH.
“Bullitt’hotel, themed around the classic 1968 Steve McQueen film, is the no-frills little sister to Belfast’s super plush Merchant Hotel, but the standard is equally high. It’s perfectly located for exploring the city, just a few minutes walk to the cobbled cultural hub of the Cathedral-Quarter.” — Alana Henderson
Clenaghans is located six miles from Ciaran’s outdoor go to spot, Lough Neagh. This pub-hotel combo is cozy and inviting with traditional architecture and antique furniture.
This family-friendly hotel and restaurant is close to Culdaff Beach. The hotel offers rustic decorations and an enteric pub with live music.
“If you’re staying in Auckland I would suggest the gorgeous Sofitel on Viaduct Harbor. You can get bay-view rooms and have easy access to the ferry. It’s a beautiful hotel with incredible waterfalls as you walk in and an amazing staff.” — Parson James
“If possible, you should try to stay in Waiheke Island at least one night. Stay at La Bodega Bed & Breakfast. It’s one of the most gorgeous places I’ve ever stayed. It’s run by a very lovely couple who have traveled to New Zealand following a dream of running a hotel. It’s modern and sleek with restoration hardware type decor and rooms with humongous open windows that face all the nature/ocean and beauty of the country.” — Parson James
Sleek, modern hotel overlooking the harbor in downtown Tauranga.
“It’s a little bit luxurious but well worth it.” — Ria Hall
“I suppose the Jefferson is our most iconic spot, but there are some cool little B&B’s in the Fan (my neighborhood in the city) that might put you a bit closer to the action.” — Thorp Jenson
Luxury hotel conveniently located in the heart of Lincoln and fully equipped with all the best modern amenities.
“Berkeley City Club – designed by Julia Morgan, first woman licensed as an architect in California. The space serves as a bunch of things but it’s nice to just go walk around and grab a coffee.” — FAN
“I guess if you can afford it the Claremont is a historic landmark, but I’m from here so I’ve never had to get a hotel.” — Sugar Candy Mountain
“I haven’t been there in awhile, but I’ve been to some shows at the Baltimore Hostel, which has a grand piano (or at least it used to). Seems like a cool place.” — Letitia VanSant
“We don’t really stay in hotels in Dublin, but perhaps the Central Hotel would be nice. It’s located on Exchequer St. and has a great ‘Library bar’ which is a cozy place to go for free wifi and a warm drink with lit fires, beautiful decor and it’s usually quiet.” — Cloud Castle Lake
One of the oldest hotels in Tijuana and home to the restaurant that invented the famous Caesar Salad.
The Hotel Oloffson offers a cozy place to curl up after a long day of sightseeing. It’s built in the 19th century Gothic gingerbread style that Paul Beaubrun loves!
“The Arizona Inn is a gorgeous historic Mission Revival Style hotel built in 1928, with pink stucco buildings, lush gardens, and a supreme outdoor pool. Another great option is Hotel Congress – right smack in downtown and it’s also got a ghostly charm. Outlaw John Dillinger was captured there in 1934 after a fire started in the basement – very spooky.” — Nic Pool
“It sounds strange but the Best Western Royal Sun Inn & Suites bar has a LEGENDARY karaoke night. My wife and her friends took me there for the first time five years ago and it’s always a WILD occasion.” — Nic Pool
“Great place for art and music!” – Reggae Rajahs
“I’m not much of a drinker, though I do have a soft spot for a good gin. However, the Captain Espresso (a coffee-based Martini) at Antares in Vagator, and it’s chocolate counterpart at The Oak Barrel in Panjim are deserving of mention.” -Fernando Monte Da Silva