Have you ever wished you could travel back in time? Well, there's a place that will immediately transport you back 100 years for the night. After completing a $19 million renovation, The Hotel Chalet at The Choo Choo presents completely restored train carriages from the 1920s and 1960s which have been redesigned as guest rooms in the style of their era. The one-of-a-kind accommodations are located in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Nestled deep in the forest of Idaho, several fire towers are being transformed into unique stays where guests can immerse...
Two hundred and forty acres of the southern Utah desert are being transformed into a glamorous glamping experience called OutpostX.
If you're enthralled with the romantic notion of train travel, then the InterContinental Khao Yai Resort in Thailand is the place for you. The resort is located in the Nakhon Ratchasima province, Pak Chong district, and invites you to explore the “golden age of train travel” through its idyllic accommodations and surrounding natural beauty. There are even upcycled train carriages included in the resort design.
Italy-based design firm MASK Architects has created a unique eco-safari in Africa that will give back to the surrounding communities.
Perched on a cliff in Bali, a retired Boeing 737 has been transformed into a luxury villa.
On the banks of the Persian Gulf, a new hospitality tower rises up in the sky. But this is no ordinary building. The Katara Towers cross like the two swords and are meant to pay homage to Qatar's national emblem. The building is shared by two luxury hotels, the Fairmont Doha and Raffles, with each taking up one of the curved towers.
Inspired by the tradition of great hotels of the past, Villa Palladio Jaipur is a country estate that transports guests...
Architect Omran Alowais of Ardh Architects has created a resort concept meant for adventurous thrillseekers.
Airbnb Offers a Night Stay at Paris’ Palais Garnier to Celebrate the Legacy of ‘the Phantom of the Opera’
The tale of The Phantom of the Opera has captured the imaginations of millions of people around the world. It first made its debut as a novel in the early 20th century, and it has since been translated to other media. Its most famous iteration is the musical, written by award-winning composer Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Scattered around the globe, several hotels are offering unique accommodations that literally let you sleep with the fishes.
Using 42,000 bamboo shoots, Vo Trong Nghia Architects has created an impressive welcome center for the Grand World Phu Quoc.