Bordered by canals on both sides, The Hoxton Hotel is an ideal headquarters for exploring the streets of Amsterdam. It's made up of five canal houses, one of which was home to the city's mayor back in the 17th century. Each of the 111 rooms is unique in its own way, and offers canal views, free water, Wi-Fi, a mini fridge, a daily breakfast bag, and plenty of original architectural detail that serves as a reminder of the building's history. There's also a restaurant, coffee and cocktail bar, and a meeting space on site, with the latter playing host to the ongoing series of Hoxtown weekly events.
Housed in a historic building in heart of Aspen, the Hotel Jerome offers modern accommodations with a timeless feel. The hotel's location lends itself well to both skiers and those wanting to explore the town's shops, restaurants and other outdoor activities, but the hotel itself has an impressive collection of dining and drinking options, as well as a full-service spa and a private heated outdoor pool. There are 93 guestrooms and suites, ranging from a standard King room to the elegant Presidential suite with views of the surrounding mountains, but they all offer high-end linens and bedding, tubs with separate showers, and tasteful rustic decor.