The Poconos are finally having their Catskills-like resurgence. This is where the Rex comes in. With just ten units it’s a small and stylish boutique hotel, combining the charms of the country with the comforts city dwellers are used to.
These days, the greatest luxury to be had in the south of France is a little privacy. The most sought-after experience is that of being a guest in a private home — which explains the appeal of a place like Le Mas de Pierre.
The Standard Hua Hin finds itself in a former fishing village that’s now the heart of what’s sometimes called the Thai Riviera. This is a region that’s no stranger to upscale resorts, but none are quite as youthful and vibrant as this.
The picturesque hilltop hamlet of Saragano, surrounded by old Roman walls, has collectively been transformed into a hotel — an “albergo diffuso” — and is now open to "conscious explorers” as Aethos Saragano.