Cretan Malia Park
Crete, Greece
At Cretan Malia Park, a holistic approach to wellbeing, a focus on slow-paced living, and a lush outside world blending harmoniously within, all define a new take on Cretan luxury.
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Cretan Malia Park
Crete, Greece
The hotel was fully renovated in 2018 by the talented Greek architect Vana Pernari, who has dressed the property in assorted colors, materials, and styles from multiple design eras.
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Arua Private Spa Villas
South Tyrol, Italy
Arua—which means “peace” in the South Tyrolean dialect—presents a designer-rich enclave perched high above the famous spa town of Merano.
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Arua Private Spa Villas
South Tyrol, Italy
Glass, leather, and concrete combine to add sleekness and warmth, while furniture ranges from Penta lamps and curtains by Eco Design to bathroom furnishings by Gessi & Karol.
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L'Ovella Negra
Vall d'Incles, Andorra
In one of Europe’s hidden valleys, L’Ovella Negra Mountain Lodge is a community-minded mountain lodge home to a slowed-down hospitality concept framed by natural beauty.
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L'Ovella Negra
Vall d'Incles, Andorra
This mountain lodge was home to tractors and hay until its renovation in 2017 when it was elevated to a rustic escape courtesy of minimal lighting, custom-made furniture.
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Casa de Sao Lourenço
Manteigas, Portugal
Located in Portugal’s Serra da Estrela mountain range—a UNESCO Global Geopark— Casa de São Lourenço offers 17 rooms and four suites that pay testament to Portuguese design.
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Casa de Sao Lourenço
Manteigas, Portugal
Freshly updated, enlarged and augmented by architects Paulo Costa and Patrícia Marques through the artful use of masonry and stone, as well as an abundance of pine, and the liberal use of burel.
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Andenia
Sacred Valley, Peru
Amid a green oasis of gardens in a naturally awe-inspiring part of Peru, Andenia encourages slowed-down appreciation without flashy distractions.
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Andenia
Sacred Valley, Peru
Rooms give way to terraces and views of the gardens and nearby mountains, while interiors feature alpaca blankets, locally made ceramics and textile wall-hangings by local artisans.
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Hotel Escondido Oaxaca
Oaxaca, Mexico
The savoir-faire of Oaxacan artisans comes alive at a property that brilliantly combines Old World architecture with modern grandeur in the heart of a UNESCO world heritage site.
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Hotel Escondido Oaxaca
Oaxaca, Mexico
The hotel’s 12 rooms are characterized by a color palette steeped in greens, ochers, and off-whites, alongside local materials like quarry stone, terracotta, indigenous textiles, and sabino wood.
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Tourists
North Adams, USA
Designed for the 21st-century traveler, Tourists is a clever update on the classic American roadside motor lodge, hovering on the banks of the Hoosic River.
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Tourists
North Adams, USA
The 48-room property is a union of design and nature, where leather couches, raw-wood tables, patterned chairs, and old-style wallpaper form a happy mishmash of timeless.
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Seaside Finolhu Maldives
Baa Atolls, Maldives
Set in the Baa Atolls—a UNESCO-protected biosphere site and one of 26 natural atolls in the Indian Ocean—Seaside Finolhu Maldives is a stunning tropical paradise.
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Seaside Finolhu Maldives
Baa Atolls, Maldives
Set in the Baa Atolls—a UNESCO-protected biosphere site and one of 26 natural atolls in the Indian Ocean—Seaside Finolhu Maldives is a stunning tropical paradise.
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Setouchi Retreat Aonagi
Shikoku, Japan
Initially built over 20 years ago as a private residence, Setouchi Retreat Aonagi was converted to a modern art museum before opening as a hotel —all under the supervision of architect Tadao Ando.
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Setouchi Retreat Aonagi
Shikoku, Japan
From this unique property, visitors discover a new domain—one of serenity, of world-class art, and of floor-to-ceiling windows that present light, air, and water in natural harmony.
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Hakone Retreat
Hakone, Japan
Eleven spacious cottages— made from local tress — form Hakone Retreat före & villa 1/f, a sublime, private, and traditional otherworldly gem that puts one in the very heart of nature.
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Hakone Retreat
Hakone, Japan
The hotel’s neutral color palette and natural materials act as the perfect foil for the stunning expanse outside, which includes forestry and Hakone Shrine, a Shinto shrine with a “torii” gate overlooking Lake Ashinoko.
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