Hotels We Love
NEW ORLEANS – Fathom assistant editor Berit Baugher heads to the Big Easy and falls for historic Creole architecture.
NEW YORK CITY – Could two nights in the right hotel make the end of everything feel like a new beginning? If I were a hotel room, would I be this room?
PARIS – How to fit in? Borrow a dog. How to escape city life? A bottle of rosé by the Seine.
CUSCO, Peru – Our car took us down a dirt road, through a gate, down a gravel drive, and boom: There was the resort, spread out below us, terraced into a hill facing the Andean mountains.
CUIXMALA, Mexico – She turned her eccentric father's home into a private estate where "guests" are in-the-know strangers.
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HARBOUR ISLAND, Bahamas – Why I had never heard of this place? Because everyone who visits wants to save it for themselves.
MIAMI – I never wanted to leave the hotel. I worked in the lobby, ate my weight in crispy fries, and took midnight swims in the epic pool. The staff nodded knowingly. They were used to this kind of reaction.
TURKS AND CAICOS – A boutique hotel on a private island with a flawless, white beach. Pinch yourself. It's real.
HOI AN, Vietnam – All of this romance! No one to waste it on! The lizards underfoot were cute, but not that cute.