Bikini Island and Mountain Hotel Port de Sóller
Mallorca, Spain
A quintessential Mallorcan village, Port de Sóller, with its beautiful horseshoe bay, is embraced by the imposing Tramuntana mountains—an Eden bursting with voluptuous lemons, oranges, and rich olive oil.
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Bikini Island and Mountain Hotel Port de Sóller
Mallorca, Spain
The 114 rooms and suites range from 18 to 34 square meters, and all feature a king-size bed, a balcony or terrace, and either a daybed or a hammock outside.
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Boutique Hotel Sant Jaume
Palma de Mallorca, Spain
Once the property of a nobleman, the 36-room hotel is a sleek, urban space now dazzling with a luminous lobby that doubles as a bar and features a towering atrium, geometric light fixtures.
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Boutique Hotel Sant Jaume
Palma de Mallorca, Spain
Architect Cristina Martí Crespi masterfully immerses guests in the old quarter of Palma through her classic update of an 18th-century structure that affords stunning views of the city’s signature 15th-century Gothic Cathedral.
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Myconian Avaton
Mykonos, Greece
A living testament to the timeless Cycladic architecture tradition, the 85-room hotel presents a stunning and soothing blend of local stone, white walls, and wooden windows.
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Myconian Avaton
Mykonos, Greece
Blending modern and vintage furniture with the warm, inviting colors that define the pool and the guestrooms, Myconian Avaton is at a pillar of contemporary design framed by traditional island architecture.
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Autor Rooms
Warsaw, Poland
Housed in a 20th-century Berlin Modernist-style building just a short walk from the favored nightspots of the in-the-know crowd, the hotel could easily be mistaken for a salon for poets and jazz musicians or the hippest co-working space in the city.
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Autor Rooms
Warsaw, Poland
At Autor—whether you rent just one room or all four to create your very own private Warsaw escape—authenticity that is small, personal, and perfectly Polish awaits.
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Suarga Padang Padang
Bali, Indonesia
Suarga Padang Padang is a masterwork of Balinese architectural craftsmanship and includes a remarkable bamboo structure that covers an area of 1,600 square meters.
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Suarga Padang Padang
Bali, Indonesia
Built upon three pillars of sustainability—environmental, social, and economical—the hotel offers a different kind of luxury that summons today’s “rough-luxury travelers” to experience modern comfort, at minimal expense to the environment.
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Hotel Amapa
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
A stone’s throw from Playa Los Muertos in Puerto Vallarta, Hotel Amapa blends ambitious architecture with Boho-contemporary Mexican design.
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Hotel Amapa
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Many of the 55 guestrooms feature expansive windows, allowing guests to take in the panoramic views of the Sierra Madre Mountains.
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