If Wall Street is the Versailles of high finance, this is surely its Petite Trianon.
With a reimagined, classic style that best complements a glass of Scotch or a cigar.
Heading for the Big Apple? Check in to our new downtown favorite for a shot of slick retro design.
Treat yourself to a solo weekend in New York City.
With the feel of an old American hunting lodge…it's perfect for a wintry weekend.
Interiors by Yabu Pushelberg…include a living room/library/lobby and a cellar bar.
The 100-room Smyth is part of the ultrahip Thompson group of hotels and it provides a sleek, urban alternative.
Situated alongside TriBeCa's classic cast-iron lofts, this brand new 100-room hotel combines the high-tech with a sense of history. Apart from its location, there's much to recommend to it: a lobby cocktail lounge serves excellent martinis, Helmut Lang-clad staff are only too happy to play neighborhood guide; and the large guest rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows and Santiago Rubino artwork capture the essence of downtown style.
Classically elegant interiors by Yabu Pushelberg feature luxurious fabrics, walnut paneling and vintage furniture.
The Roosevelt is something of a Hollywood legend, with a prime spot on the boulevard and a star-studded history to match. Today it retains a timeless grandeur…the majestic interiors are propped up by thick archways and grand columns. This is the ultimate destination for tourists hungry for a slice of Hollywood glamour.
After a swanky refurb, it's become the place for today's LA celebs to chill out too. In the past month, Salma Hayek, Christina Aguilera, Matt Dillon and Eva Longoria have all been down there, hanging by the famous pool, with its hand painted David Hockney design.
At this site of the first Oscars ceremony in 1929, guests can fork over $500 a night to stay in poolside cabanas…But the real lure is the nightlife.
The lofty rooms of the 12-story tower block now project a modern aesthetic that includes heaps of chrome and leather set against chocolate-colored walls. The poolside, velvet-rope access Tropicana Bar is once again the place to see and be seen, and Teddy's bar is even more exclusive.
The venue for the first ever Oscars, the Roosevelt Hotel has…been completely refurbished in chocolate suede, leather and dark wood. Other new elements include a restaurant called Dakota, a bar with a pool table, and… a nightclub…Teddy's, after President Roosevelt.
In a city where flavors of the month usually wind up melting on the sidewalk, the reemergence of hot spot Teddy's is a bit of miracle- but then again, we're talking about Jason Pomeranc.
At 78 years old, the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel boasts a history as rich and fabulous as the luminaries who have stayed and played within its storied walls…
People who stay at the Thompson Toronto should not throw stones-the hotel, opening in May, is almost entirely glass, a glistening prism in the palm of King West.
Luxury US hotel firm Thompson opens the doors to its first international property, in downtown Toronto.
Over the next couple of years, this city will get five new luxury hotels. It starts with the Thompson...