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The Warehouse Hotel

Originally built in 1895 along the Singapore River, The Warehouse Hotel is a fully-renovated accommodation that blends historical elements with modern amenities. Each of its 37 rooms offers Bang & Olufsen speakers, custom pillow-top mattresses, bath goods from Ashley & Co, and access to the rooftop infinity pool. Its massive main lobby has plenty of seating for taking in the architecture while you enjoy a drink from the bar, and the signature restaurant, Po, offers elevated versions of local staples.

  • Hotel Emma

    Originally built in 1894, Hotel Emma offers riverfront accommodations in a San Antonio landmark. The brewery-turned-hotel consists of 146 luxury rooms in the heart of the city's culinary village — The Pearl. Along with the site's own restaurant, gourmet market, deli, and bar, the hotel also offers its own culinary concierge to help you navigate the area's immense food scene. The property is located on the San Antonio River, just minutes from the historic River Walk, with the short commute helping to burn off those delicious indulgences you consumed during your stay.

  • Greydon House

    Pairing an 1850s Greek Revival home with an amazingly similar three-story addition, Greydon House offers not just 20 rooms, but a unique sense of Nantucket's identity. Calling to the site's seafaring history, the hotel has details like a pine-paneled check-in area, murals of far-off ports, and bespoke beds, all courtesy of designers Roman and Williams. The result is a space that's both perfectly matched to its surroundings and yet entirely its own, and thanks to its central location, it's also a perfect base from which to explore the rest the architectural time capsule of an area has to offer.