The Hay-Adam s has, hands down, the best White House views of any Washington, D.C. property (in fact, its rooftop is a local favorite for private events). Housed in an Italian Renaissance-style mansion that was built in 1928, the hotel is genteel and dignified in the best sense. It’s grand enough for political bigwigs, yet welcoming and down-to-earth for travelers seeking an impeccably elegant base for their visit.
The Setai Miami Beach, Florida Created by Adrian Zecha, the visionary who developed Amanresorts, The Setai, a GHM Hotels property, brings Asian tranquillity, sensuous luxury, and passionate service to Miami’s South Beach.
In the 19th century, wealthy, socially prominent families like the Vanderbilts and Astors descended on Newport to escape the cities’ stifling summer heat in their seaside ‘cottages’. But their definition of ‘cottage’ was one only an aristocrat would understand.
The Whitney Museum of American Art is located in the Meatpacking district of Manhattan. The museum’s Annual and Biennial exhibitions have long been a venue for less well-known artists whose work is showcased there.
Named one of the Top 100 New Hotels in the World by Conde Nast Traveler, Hotel ICON is a luxurious downtown Houston hotel located at the heart of the city’s legal and business districts. Designed by renowned San Francisco design firm Candra Scott & Anderson, this $35 million historic reinvention of the landmark Union National Bank building, built in 1911, features 12 stories of custom-designed period furnishings, opulent decor and original artwork.
The Dorsoduro district is in the south of Venice and includes two islands south of Venice. It’s on relatively high land. Its attractions include several churches and the Peggy Guggenheim Collection located in an unfinished palace that boasts works by Picasso, Dali, Magritte, and many others. You may want to read the interesting story about the bronze statue in front of the museum.
A gracious, tree-lined village amid upstate New York’s woodlands, Cooperstown sits proudly stuck in time on the southern tip of placid Otsego Lake, a hill-ringed lake so crystal clear it is the source of the town’s drinking water. According to legend, it was here, in 1839, that Abner Doubleday laid out the dimensions of a diamond and originated the game of baseball—a distinction that’s made the town a pilgrimage site for baseball lovers and home of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.
The Ritz-Carlton, Fort Lauderdale, discover one of the most beautiful Fort Lauderdale beach hotels to grace the Florida Gold Coast sands. Embracing its aqueous surroundings like a luxury ocean liner, our luxury beachfront hotel invites guests to savor a voyage of quiet relaxation or thrilling adventure.