Pikaia Lodge

Set on Santa Cruz island in Galapagos, Pikaia Lodge offers eco-conscious adventure during the day and high-end, sustainable accommodations at night. Rooms range from the 61 square meter terrace room to a 74 square meter suite with private dip pool, and all have floor-to-ceiling glass to take in the views and Peruvian travertine marble bathrooms. Activities are done in small groups, and include everything from hiking to boarding the private yacht for a trip around the islands.

  • Ninja Turtle Lair

    Their digs have certainly improved since the animated show of our youth — Tribeca is way nicer than the sewer — but it only makes a night at the Ninja Turtle Lair that much better. Available for true fans only, this loft-like space has three bedrooms, two of which have bunkbeds for ninjas in training, and plenty of Turtle-approved features like a glow in the dark basketball court, a classic TMNT arcade game, a TV wall built from classic boomboxes, and, of course, free pizza delivery service. To win a stay, all you have to do is explain why you're worthy of spending a night at the home of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

  • The Hoxton Hotel

    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.

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