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Check Out: The Guestroom at Olema House

Olema House at Point Reyes
Olema House at Point Reyes embodies the retreat atmosphere of the West Marin County, Calif., countryside. Originally built in 1988, the property is in close proximity to the Point Reyes National Seashore and is now a getaway for outdoorsy adventurers, with ample hiking and cycling trails as well as birdwatching spots. The property consists of three updated cottages, bi-level...

Check Out the Lobby in San Francisco’s Hotel Triton

Hotel Triton
San Francisco’s Hotel Triton has had an eventful couple of years—in 2017, the former Kimpton was purchased by DiNapoli Capital Partners and transformed into an independent boutique hotel. The transition was mostly seamless, but while Hotel Triton’s décor was loved by past guests, it didn’t tell the hotel’s whole story. Under the direction of designer Liubasha Rose from Rose Ink...

Check Out The Rose Hotel Lobby

The Rose Hotel
The Rose Hotel Chicago O’Hare—the first ground-up build in the Tapestry Collection by Hilton—is the closest off-airport hotel to O’Hare International Airport in Rosemont’s Pearl District. Designed for both business and leisure travelers, the hotel has modern design elements meant to attract and delight both guests and locals. With a chic and stylish vibe, the hotel wants to inspire...

Inside The Hoxton’s Second U.S. Location in Portland

The Hoxton Portland
London-based brand The Hoxton is bringing its European open-house style to the United States, opening four properties in key American markets. The second of them to open is The Hoxton, Portland, a welcoming property in an over-100-year-old historic building in the city’s Old Town Chinatown district. Modern and chic, the hotel has 119 rooms, three restaurants, and a finished...

Check Out: The Lexington Hotel’s 
Norma Jeane Suite

The Lexington Hotel
On what would have been Marilyn Monroe’s 92nd birthday, The Lexington Hotel revealed the Norma Jeane Suite, where guests can unwind in the actual suite that Marilyn and then-husband Joe DiMaggio lived in during their brief marriage. Suite 1806 played a vital role in Monroe’s career—she lived in the suite when she sealed her legacy as a cultural icon...