Kitschy, high-rise casino resort topped with a fan of neon lights. Sprawling across 44 scenic acres enjoy everything from Las Vegas-style gaming plus spa and wellness offerings, fine dining and entertainment – everything from boxing to Michael Buble, to Natalie Cole, to comedy shows and much more.
Now a hot-spot, The Ace Hotel revamped what was once a Motel 6 and outfitted it with everything millennials desire: a photo booth and retro macrame, record players and vintage magazines, fancy robes, decked-out walking sticks for guests, beach cruiser bikes, and of course not one but two glittering swimming pools. There’s also DJ’s, parties and entertainment on the regular, including a bingo night.
Luxury resort offering an oasis of leisure activities including golfing, hiking, tennis, basketball, multiple swimming pools, and more. For indoor leisure the resort features a movie theater, ping pong, and an arcade.
Moroccan inspired, white stucco property featuring claw-foot tubs, a spa and poolside dining.
Dating back to 1926 and set on 45 acres, this resort is the ultimate getaway. From rejuvenating onsite amenities, 41 sparkling pools, 5 championship golf courses, spa, dining and more. Come here to unwind and be treated like royalty.
“Luxuriating has always been our favorite pastime” says the PSYC. They are speaking our language. For a truly indulgent ‘treat yo-self’ afternoon, sign up for one of their massage, facial, scrub or wrap treatments. Enjoy access to their indoor pool and lounge, cabanas, water with fresh fruit, and for something a little stronger, a cucumber vodka.
Lots of hotels strive to be trendy, but Phoenix Hotel’s irreverent, hip combination of a mid-century boutique hotel and a chic motor lodge in downtown San Francisco’s Tenderloin has a rock ‘n’ roll soul with more than a little edge.
Centrally located upscale hotel near Shinnonhyeon Station.
Luxury 5-star hotel in Seoul with gorgeous views of the Han River.
5-star hotel in the heart of Seoul.
A Hanok guesthouse with nine rooms surrounding a courtyard.
“Crown towers is a great place to stay. It’s right in the heart of the city in Southbank and Crown and is famous for its restaurants and casino.” — Hamish Anderson
A members only club in a converted East London warehouse with a rooftop pool, spa, gym, and two rooftop restaurants.
Originally separate 18th-century houses, this building is now a quirky boutique hotel in hip Clerkenwell. A two minutes walk from Farringdon tube and train station.
“Great restaurant and super cool decor” – Balkan Beat Box
The Courtyard Jersey City Newport, convenient to Hoboken and NYC, combines style, comfort, and convenience for the ultimate in productivity and relaxation.
Classic lounge open late with American fare, craft cocktails & live music in upscale youth hostel.
Boutique-style hotel in DTLA.
“The Ace Hotel has a great rooftop bar and patio under the stars with hot tub. They also have the beautifully decorated Ballroom downstairs where they book amazing concerts and events with world renowned artists The restaurant has great food options, nice drinks and great coffees and teas.” — Diana Purim & Eyedentity
This cluster of vintage English-style cottages and gardens, with apartments and whole homes for hire, once belonged to Charlie Chaplin. In a residential area, this complex is 2 blocks from Melrose Avenue’s shops and restaurants.
“The Native Hotel is beautiful and well designed. You don’t have an ocean view, but the decor is spot on.” — Awolnation
8-minute walk from Millennium Park and the Cloud Gate, this boutique
hotel in a restored Gothic-style building with Art Deco interiors, is
also less than a mile from Willis Tower.
Located in the Fulton Market District, Soho House Chicago is a hotel and members only club featuring a rooftop pool, Cowshed Spa, Drawing Room, Club Bar, Music Room, a 17,000 square foot gymnasium, three dining options for hotel guests and members and three restaurants open to the public.
“Our friends from out of town stay at the Alex Perry hotel in the valley. It has a stunning rooftop pool and apparently it’s quite reasonably priced.” — Cub Sport
“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
Located in East Nasvhille, Urban Cowboy is a small bed and breakfast comprised of eight experiential suites housed in a historic Victorian mansion. In addition, the Stable House serves delicious bites and craft cocktails after a long day of exploring. Be sure to book far enough in advance as this popular spot books quickly.
“It’s absolutely breathtaking and they have an amazing restaurant and bar as well that has some insane food and cocktails.” – Oginalii
Family-run, 4-star boutique hotel, much loved by visitors for its convenient location, friendly staff, and delicious breakfasts.
Modern, high-end hotel just outside downtown Gothenburg, with luxurious amenities and multiple fine dining experiences.
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.
“I would recommend people to stay at Lydmar Hotel, it caters to a younger crowd. In the summer they put on live music and in the winter they usually have DJs for their inside hang.” — Grizfolk
A neighbourhood hotel in the 9th District shaped by the cultural diversity just beyond the southern slopes of Montmartre. Enjoy croissants provided by the nearby bakery, browse books selected by the local bookstore, and take in music chosen by a neighbourhood DJ.
Where to stay? “Definitely the Hotel Le Pigalle!” – STAL
“Hotel Sorrento is a must for anybody wanting an unforgettable stay in Seattle. Even people who live here should take a weekend and stay at the Sorrento when they get the chance. It’s a magical old building that will make you feel like you time traveled back to an old Seattle from the early 20th century.” — Sol
“The bar and restaurant at the Waldorf are excellent, so are the rooms, but it is a little expensive.” — Alex Clare
“I usually tell people to either Airbnb in Nachlaot, which is my neighbourhood, or stay in the Market Courtyard hotel. Beautiful rooms in an old yerushalmi apartment building.” — Alex Clare
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.
Sleek, modern hotel overlooking the harbor in downtown Tauranga.
“It’s a little bit luxurious but well worth it.” — Ria Hall
“I’d get people to stay down by the Albert Dock, it’s right on the waterfront which in of itself is ace and there’s a load of cool stuff near there. The Liver buildings, the Tate art gallery, big ships and stuff plus you’re really close to the city centre. Maybe don’t stay in that hotel above the Beatles museum though unless you want to get woken up by the fab 4 doing their thing at 7 in the morning.” — Banners
One of the oldest hotels in Tijuana and home to the restaurant that invented the famous Caesar Salad.
On a cobbled street lined with shops and restaurants, this casual guesthouse is 5 minutes’ walk from Catedral de Cádiz with its marble and limestone facade, and a 9-minute walk from Cádiz train station.
“Hong Kong is full of upscale five star hotels with a rather generic feel… But a few places are getting a more contemporary re-fit such as Eaton HK on Nathan Road in Yau Ma Tei. It has a new food court, a flexible work space (Eaton Workshop) which focusses on NGOs, a screening room, and a fledgling venue hosted in one of the wedding ballrooms where we had our album launch show.” — Blood Wine or Honey