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I recently stayed in four hotels -- in New York, Taipei and Hong Kong -- filled with memorable pieces by modern artists. These ranged from rickshaws in the lobby, to Little Prince quotes by the elevators, to abstract cocoons next to the bathtub.
Who doesn't want to stay at the very best of the best when traveling? Five-star luxury hotels are a world apart. The linen seems crisper, the service simultaneously more discreet and attentive, the accommodations that little bit more pampering. But you pay for what you get.
"But what's your favorite hotel?" It's the question most often asked of Jetsetter's editors by friends, relatives and brand new acquaintances. It's a topic we never tire of debating over computer monitors in the editorial department.
The 10 top hotels in the USA for 2014 stand out among a varied landscape of great American properties. High-end amenities, excellent customer service and gourmet restaurants contribute to the distinguished reputations of each of these hotels.
You'll find 10 properties that represent the crème de la crème of Canadian hospitality. While each hotel maintains a unique style, they all hold a prominent spot on our 2014 list of the Best Hotels in Canada thanks to their upscale amenities, inspiring settings and superlative service.
A remarkable hotel stay is the stuff of lifelong vacation memories. And we are here to help you find the truly best stays around the world. Here are our eight picks that should top your priorities list, from a renovated palace in Venice, Italy, to a modern hideaway in Chile.
Wilderness lodges, lakeside retreats and city high-rises are just a sampling of Canada's luxury lodging options. Whether you're traveling for business, planning a ski vacation or looking for a spa getaway, choosing the right hotel is imperative for an enjoyable trip.