Like nature, the splendidly red and green Oasia Hotel Downtown, Singapore designed by WOHA changes each and every time you visit.
Camp Kulning is a private retreat in the Victorian bush, where guests can choose between rustic cottage, 1950s caravan, or 1920s Melbourne tram for sleeping arrangements
Ever wanted to spend the night in a kitted out 1970’s airstream caravan? Notel is a glamorous take on old-school caravan camping, with an exclusive rooftop location in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD.
Architecture Firm The Buchan Group is bringing a relaxed aesthetic to to three Fiji resort redesigns.
Located on Pamilican, a private island 360km southeast of Manila with its own private airstrip, luxury resort Amanpulo, is both one of the most secluded and expensive destinations in Southeast Asia. Dave Tacon visits.
The first hotel venture by famed hospitality group PTT Family, Katamama digs deep into Indonesia’s rich artisanal heritage to create an inviting and culturally-rich experience for travellers. Stephanie Peh writes.
A café by day, a bar by night, Noshery by Nosh is a new idyllic getaway that’s reminiscent of a travel lodge and a Balinese holiday destination, with nostalgic and homey accents so guests feel right at home.
The Old Clare Hotel in Sydney has undergone a makeover, merging its past with an eye to the future, with a tongue-in-cheek style. Rebecca Gross reports.
The Park Hotel Tokyo in Shiodome is a canvas upon which the hotel has quite literally covered their walls in art. Spanning the top ten floors of a skyscraper in Tokyo, the Park Hotel Tokyo redefines what it means for guests to engage with their environment, commissioning renowned Japanese artists to hand-paint a collection of 31 suites on the "artist's floor" of the hotel.
Lured by the notion of sleeping in a clandestine nook behind a bookshelf, Linsey Rendell visits Book and Bed in Tokyo.
A century old house is the setting for the Estate Trentham, a bespoke holiday location for those looking for a taste of the past.
If you set yourself a mission to visit the most relaxing place on the planet, you needn’t look beyond Vanuatu. Melissa Rimac reports
The revamp of a historical gem is no easy feat – ask any architectural firm. Successful refurbishment of a heritage structure is a finicky affair that requires plenty of finesse, and more often than not an army of collaborations.