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  • The St. Regis New YorkNew York’s cutting-edge boutique hotels get a lot of well-deserved attention. But it’s worth remembering that there’s a classic side to this city as (...)
  • The Sky HotelStylish ski hotels are rare enough, and all the more so in Aspen, where the local style tends toward a fairly conservative (...)
  • The St. Regis AspenAspen’s days as a sleepy ski town are decades behind it — today it’s well-known as a playground for the rich and famous from all across America. As (...)
  • The ShorehamIt’s hard to get more old-school Manhattan than the Shoreham’s midtown location. On 55th between 5th and 6th it’s close by to the park, Rockefeller (...)
  • The SetaiThe long-awaited opening of the Setai is some of the biggest news to hit the South Beach hotel scene in a while. This is a town that’s not exactly (...)
  • The Sanctuary At Kiawah Island Golf ResortThree cheers for stylistically sensitive development. A brand-new American golf resort too often means a bland and faceless building full of identical (...)
  • The Ritz-Carlton Washington D.C.Ironic in Washington D.C., a town full of French Neoclassical buildings, that the Ritz-Carlton would be a modern structure in glass and brick, with not a (...)
  • The Ritz-Carlton, San FranciscoThis majestic neoclassical building was the headquarters of an insurance company before being converted to a luxury hotel in 1991, and today it’s (...)
  • The Ritz-Carlton Palm BeachSlightly off the beaten path, the Ritz-Carlton is something of a departure — it’s not in Palm Beach proper, but eight miles away in the tiny town of (...)
  • The Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande LakesAt times we’re a bit ambivalent about the big corporate chain hotels, preferring to take our chances with the small and the unique. But how quickly, in (...)
  • The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central ParkWe love small, independent hotels, but you’ve got to hand it to the big chains once in a while. It takes a staggering amount of dedicated effort to (...)
  • The Ritz-Carlton New York, Battery ParkIt’s hard to believe this is Manhattan. No other hotel in New York offers a view like this one, taking in the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and all of (...)
  • The Ritz-Carlton New OrleansIn a city filled with opulent manors and gleaming white columns, the Ritz-Carlton has found the ideal setting for its own tried-and-true formula for (...)
  • The Ritz-Carlton Half Moon BayJust half an hour down the scenic Highway 1 from San Francisco, Half Moon Bay feels a world away; tucked between the Santa Cruz Mountains and the Pacific (...)
  • The RaleighThe growing pains are over: The Raleigh has emerged from its most recent bout with restoration, and the result is a hotel that quite lives up to its (...)
  • The Peninsula New YorkBehind a century-old Beaux Arts facade right on the poshest stretch of Fifth Avenue lies the New York franchise of the phenomenal Hong Kong-based (...)
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