Posts by Michelle Konstantinovsky

When it comes to New York City accommodations, the most coveted destination description is likely "urban oasis." Most travelers partaking in the hustle and bustle of The Big Apple are looking for some serious R&R off-hours, and Chinatown's Hotel 50 Bowery offers just that.

On a single street corner on San Francisco's Grant Avenue, three major neighborhoods converge: Union Square, Chinatown, and the Financial District.

When we started seeing headlines singing the praises of a tequila barrel hotel, we had to investigate. And sure enough, if you venture 45 minutes outside the town Guadalajara, you'll hit Tequila, Mexico, home to Matices Hotel de Barricas (which literally translates to "expression of barrels").

When Choice Hotels, one of the world's largest hospitality companies, launched a line of properties tailored for business travelers, skeptics may have questioned the staying power of the offshoot known as Cambria.

October may feel light-years away, but based on previous experience (see: every year that's ever come before this one), summer will be over in a snap and fall festivities will be upon us any second.

When Ruby Skye and Slide, the sometimes-loved, sometimes-loathed San Francisco concert and club venues closed their doors last year, music fans began buzzing about their potential replacements.

On Saturday, June 9th, the Modern Architecture+ Design Society (MA+DS) returns to Silicon Valley for the 2018 Modern Home Tour. The annual event gives regional architects, designers, and home builders the opportunity to showcase their work to the community in which they work.

There are hotels and then there are destinations...guess which category Miami's Urbanica Meridian falls into. The brand, which has three properties under its belt, wasn't conceived by traditional hoteliers, which may explain its utterly unique appeal.

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Between high-rise condos and towering tech hubs (looking at you, Salesforce), it's feeling increasingly difficult to find a quaint, old-school space in San Francisco that doesn't feel, well, old.

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