Reigniting its neighbourhood’s sex appeal, the Walker Hotel Tribeca offers a loft-style stay just off Broadway. Rub shoulders with locals who drop in for Blue Bottle Coffee or head to the subterranean speakeasy – this is the roaring 20s, after all.
Our edit of the best hotels around the world, from design-forward city stays to beachfront getaways and wilderness lodges. If we don’t love it, we won’t cover it.
The ultimate New Forest staycation, Lime Wood has recruited Amelia Freer, Sarah Chapman and Angela Hartnett to lure in well-heeled Londoners in need of a little R&R.
While many turn their nose up at hotels claiming to be "a home away from home", the Alex hotel's warm decor, clever design and breathtaking views turn the cliché into an all-too-tempting reality.
At the heart of the Cotswolds, this former coaching inn draws city dwellers in search of a country retreat and/ or top-notch pizza. The Stump is the ideal launch pad for winsome walks and well-deserved pub lunches.
Set in the thriving Unesco biosphere reserve of Baa Atoll, the Maldivian-owned Milaidhoo Island proves that good things come in small packages.
Looking for a place to stay in London? Branch out. Bringing together quirky interiors, playful touches and sustainable initiatives just off Regent Street, the Treehouse Hotel proves that life's simple pleasures can be enjoyed at any age.
Battered, weathered and beautiful, Berber Lodge epitomises low-key luxe away from Marrakech's well-trodden streets.
Overlooking the Giudecca Canal, the waterside Il Palazzo Experimental brings together original renaissance features, designer Dorothée Meilichzon's sumptuous interiors and a creative cocktail bar with views across La Serenissima.
Set on fashionable Dublin 2's Adelaide Road, The Wilder Townhouse is among the postcode's most coveted boutique hotels, with handsome design, literary leanings and an art-deco style bar perfect for an evening tipple.