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The Shinola Hotel

It won't open until the fall of 2018, but when it does, The Shinola Hotel will immediately become the premiere place to stay in Detroit. Built in partnership with developer Bedrock, the hotel will be located on the corner of Woodward and Grand River, just a few blocks from Ford Field and Comerica Park. The interior will feature a design from Gachot Studios, while the food and drinks will be handled by the capable hands of Noho Hospitality Group. Even if you don't need to go to Detroit, a stay here might make you want to.

  • 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.

  • Getaway Cabins

    Tiny houses are popping up everywhere, enticing us with their sleek interiors and eco-friendly qualities. But scaling back to 160 square feet full-time can be hard to wrap your head around. Getaway Cabins is letting you test out tiny living with one of their rural rentals. Each property is surrounded by nature but still within a two-hour drive from the city. Although they may be tiny, the cabins sleep two to four guests and offer all of the comforts of home, including a kitchen with a propane stove and a full shower and toilet. Just give them the word and they'll stock the kitchen with snacks, ready your campfire with fresh cut wood, or get some charcoal for the grill to ease the stresses of packing. While locations are currently limited to Boston and New York, the compay has plans to expand their tiny empire in the future.