Summer time means it's time to travel! Whether you're planning on staying stateside or reslishing in a beachside oasis south of the border, Dwell has you covered with these five modern hotels. For more lodging options check out our post highlighting 9 of the best-designed hotels worldwide.
The idea behind Silvestre, Mexico's Endémico Resguardo Silvestre is "luxury camping." Set on 40 acres of gorgeous, unspoiled terrain, there are 20 bungalows and a shared pool for guests to take a dip in. Photo by Luis Garcia.
Inhabiting an old Howard Johnson hotel, the Ace Hotel & Swim Club in Palm Springs fills a niche for low-budget, high-design accommodations while also appealing to the creative, urban set.
The rooms at the Pantone Hotel in Brussels feature white walls and linens accented with pops of classic Pantone colors in the form of blankets and artwork. Each of the hotel's seven floors are dedicated to a different color palette.
The renovated Hi Matic hotel in France's Bastille district features a cozy seating "pod" in the lobby, complete with reading material stowed in the cubbies below.
The Ale House Inn in Portsmouth, New Hampshire underwent an extensive renovation in 2009 when it was purchased by Doug Palardy and Daniel Innis––and is now one of the finest east coast inns. Photo by Philip Case Cohen.