The Slate
Phuket, Thailand
The Slate offers up the perfect recipe for relaxation, with eight restaurants and bars, three swimming pools, and an award-winning spa.
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Hotel La Semilla
Playa Del Carmen, Mexico
Apart from the Swiss-inspired wooden shutters, the building is typical of the area, with a white geometric form and materials such as natural stone and polished concrete.
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Hotel La Semilla
Playa Del Carmen, Mexico
Vintage Mexican furniture and carefully curated flea market treasures give soul to this adults-only hotel in the trendiest part of Playa del Carmen.
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Santiago Hotel Cooking and Nature
Santiago do Cacem, Portugal
A multisensory trip through Portugal’s Alentejo region awaits, with top culinary offerings, a gorgeous natural setting, and laidback high-end Iberian luxury.
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Santiago Hotel Cooking and Nature
Santiago do Cacem, Portugal
Traditional materials and crafts by local artisans embellish the interiors, while each of the 32 guestrooms boast a balcony with views to Santiago do Cacém’s historic city center.
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Cosmo Hotel Berlin Mitte
Berlin, Germany
The hotel epitomizes the flavor of contemporary Berlin: a juxtaposition between light, inviting spaces and the gritty underground scene.
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Cosmo Hotel Berlin Mitte
Berlin, Germany
The hotel offers both a sanctuary and starting point for cosmopolitan lifestyle-addicts who visit the German capital to soak up its rich cultural life.
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Louis Hotel
Munich, Germany
The Louis Hotel is a perfect reflection of the Bavarian capital in which it stands: chic, poised and full of heart.
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Louis Hotel
Munich, Germany
Housed in a 100-year-old building revamped by local architects Hild and K, the Louis combines the modern with the traditional style, Baroque.
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Cortiina Hotel
Munich, Germany
Cortiina Hotel’s feng shui aesthetic endows this urban retreat with a soothing elegance that’s strongly connected to Munich’s local scene.
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Cortiina Hotel
Munich, Germany
Regional materials such as stone pine, bronze, linen, and bog oak coalesce in each guestroom's harmonious arrangement, underscored by warm, mood-enhancing hues of deep crimsons and rich earth tones.
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Hotel Greif
Bolzano, Italy
In the heart of northern Italy's rugged beauty, the family-owned Hotel Greif exudes a rare mixture of honored tradition, modernity, and passionate creativity.
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Hotel Greif
Bolzano, Italy
Each of the 33 rooms has a very special touch: some feature terrace views of the Dolomites or bay windows looking onto Bolzano's ancient square, while others boast steam saunas or marble whirlpool baths.
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H15 Boutique Hotel
Warsaw, Poland
Amid the hotel’s many modern touches and individually designed artwork, one still finds ornamentation from the Soviet embassy days, making H15 a stunning example of past-meets-present.
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H15 Boutique Hotel
Warsaw, Poland
Original works by Polish photographer and fine artist Rita Zimmerman give each suite its own individual feel, while the building’s historical character is emphasized through the preservation of its high ceilings.
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Sense Hotel Sofia
Sofia, Bulgaria
Sofia’s first upscale design hotel, Sense combines exceptional service with a peerless location among the Bulgarian capital’s landmarks.
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Sense Hotel Sofia
Sofia, Bulgaria
Clean, modern lines combine with a balanced, subdued color scheme throughout Sense Hotel Sofia’s soothing, elegantly masculine interiors.
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