#hospitality Stories

Opening Shot
A Maximalist Sanctuary Debuts in the City of Light

With Swedish designer Martin Brudnizki behind the aesthetic wheel and renowned chef Dominique Crenn

Business of Design
Why a New Proposal Might Kill New York’s Hospitality Comeback

A new controversial plan to require approval for every new hotel could endanger the city's...

Business of Design
After Its Worst Year, The Hotel Industry Is Regaining Footing

Hotel occupancy rates are the highest since November, surging 49% in the first week of March.

Business of Design
There Are 1 Billion Unsold Hotel Rooms In The U.S.

Even as vaccine approvals seemingly anticipate better days, a long recovery stretches ahead for...

Virserius Studio Is Carefully Transforming a Frank Lloyd Wright Masterpiece

Established in 1929, the Biltmore Waldorf Astoria in Scottsdale embodies Hollywood glamour. Nearly...

Klein Agency Plates a Comfortable Minimalism at an Arts District Eatery

The husband-wife design duo have applied their careful sensibilities to a new Los Angeles boîte.

4 Boutique Hotels to Plan Your Spring Getaways Around

By incorporating details like unconventional artwork and local flair, these distinctive...

Venus Williams Pays Very Close Attention to Hotel Design

The superstar tennis player and interior-design mind shares her pursuit of the “wow” effect.

Six Stylish New Design Hotels in Paris

In the capital of France, boutique hotels have made a comeback. These are the best recent openings.

Buck and Breck is Open When it’s Closed

The Berlin speakeasy tries to accommodate the few-too-many who are in on the secret.

Amsterdam’s Energetic, Paint-Splattered Cocktail Bar

Bar Basquiat is inspired by the legendary New York City painter, from the bright colors to the...