Here’s another reason to book a trip to the Windy City: Park Hyatt Chicago’s newly renovated Lake Suite by Bottega Veneta. Coming from the Italian fashion house’s own line of furniture and accessories, the plush-yet-minimalist suite offers unobstructed views of Lake Michigan and Chicago’s historic Water Tower Place from its 17th-floor aerie.
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[slideshow] Vibrant colors, floral patterns, large prints and neo-baroque style drench the vast Greenbrier resort (with more than 3.5 miles of hallways) in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. In fact, the bright, bold design by Dorothy Draper is part of what makes The Greenbrier so famous. And in 2012, you too can design your own […]
[slideshow id=22] At the Four-Star Encore Las Vegas, colorful and whimsical décor in the public spaces — the casino, lobby and to-die-for shopping esplanade — is a foil for the neutral and refined look in the guestrooms and suites. Designed by Roger Thomas, the same designer who worked his magic at Wynn Las Vegas, Encore […]
The Mandarin suite at the Five-Star Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kongis backed by nearly 50 years of storied sophistication, and you can feel the history from the moment you step inside the 3,143-square-foot space…
The newest hotel from the Cipriani family has settled into Beverly Hills. And this time, it’s fourth-generation Ciprianis — twentysomething brothers Ignazio and Maggio — who are calling the shots. Their luxury hotel Mr. C is the first West Coast property from the family, who owns restaurants and clubs around the world. Mr. C follows […]