If you are travelling for business purpose, and want a good hotel to stay and arrange meetings in New York. You can find the information about the best hotels from here.
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Millennium Park is a public park located in the Loop community area of Chicago in Illinois, USA and originally intended to celebrate the millennium. It is a prominent civic center near the city’s Lake Michigan shoreline that covers a 24.5-acre (99,000 m2) section of northwestern Grant Park. The area was previously occupied by parkland, Illinois Central rail yards, and parking lots. The park, which is bounded by Michigan Avenue, Randolph Street, Columbus Drive and East Monroe Drive, features a variety of public art. As of 2009, Millennium Park trailed only Navy Pier as a Chicago tourist attraction.
An authentic look into life and culture in Jalisco Mexico. Where the locals eat, drink and hang out in Guadalajara through the local lens of design studio Zinegraph. Check out the feature at Global Yodel.
Wollongong, Australia, a charming surf town one hour south of Sydney that sits neatly between the mountains and the sea. Check out the locals guide, travel tips and beautiful photo series at Global Yodel.
From an underwater retreat to a leaning tower, take a look at some of the wildest and most design-driven hotels across the globe. We’ve found the top hotels that shatter all your expectation.
So whether you’re planning an escape for a few days or just want to take a virtual trip around the world, check out our selection of hotels that bring the best in art, design, and adventure under one roof.
Barcelo Raval Hotel, Barcelona, Spain
Commune by the Great Wall Kempinski, Beijing, China
Ice Hotel, Jukkasjärvi, Sweden
Boscolo Hotel Exedra, Nice, France
Burj Al Arab, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Hotel Fox, Copenhagen, Denmark
Poseidon Undersea Resort, Fiji
La Purificadora, Puebla, Mexico
Hyatt Capital Gate Tower, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
In Miami for the Art Basel or the other fairs in ealy December? My Design Week gives you a tour around Miami for you who are savvy for design. Check out Miami’s hottest new hotels, shops, restaurants, and more.
Inside this copper-color cement building—formerly a woodworker’s shop— Venezuelan chef Gabriela Machado stages a communal dinner party on Thursday and Saturday evenings, dubbed “Atelier Nights.” Cell phones and cameras are banned during the cocktail reception and seven-course dinner—whose menu changes every two months—in an effort to encourage guests to converse and enjoy the moment.
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