Metropolis’ Dream Hotels Directory

As a companion to our April issue cover story, The Dream Hotel, we have created a Directory of the most interesting, designer-approved hotels around the world.

Amangiri, Canyon Point, Utah,
picked by designer Amy Lau for its great view (photo courtesy Kempinski Hotels)

I have many pet peeves that, I wager, are shared by most travelers today. Among these moments of discomfort are the endless security lines and rude TSA agents, tight seats on planes, indifferent service, noisy and hyper active hotel lobbies, rooms with inoperable windows and loud AC systems that cannot be turned off, making even the most balmy night feel like an ice station on the North Pole.

In hopes of escaping from the torture of travel, each time I check into a hotel I expect to find moments of respite, beauty, ease, and comfort. When this happens, all the bad memories of travel are gone and the harried traveler is able to recharge–become human again. Beautifully designed hotels that offer great service are a gift to the human race.

As a companion to our April issue cover story, The Dream Hotel, we have created a Directory of the most interesting, designer-approved hotels around the world.

 

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From South Africa to Utah and points in between, you’ll find the kinds of hotels where the word “hospitality” lives up to its promise. The next time you plan a trip, check out these exquisite places. I know I will.

Categories: Hospitality Interiors

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