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Le Pigalle Hotel

A reflection of the raucous neighborhood in which it sits, Le Pigalle Hotel is more than just a stack of cookie-cutter rooms. In fact, each of its six rooms is one-of-a-kind, filled with unique objects, furniture both old and new, books, music, artwork, and other trinkets. The place is proudly Parisian, with croissants from a nearby bakery, books from the local bookstore, and a basement jukebox with music chosen by a DJ who was born and raised in the neighborhood. Also on site is a café, bar, and restaurant, making this less of a hotel and more of a meeting place for the scamps that carouse the streets outside.

  • Joshua Tree House

    Located just minutes from the west entrance to Joshua Tree National Park and within walking distance of the village, Joshua Tree House serves as an ideal base for explorers and relaxers alike. The main house was built in 1949 as the inkeeper's quarters for the business next door, and offers guests two bedrooms and two baths, with the second bedroom housed in a detached structure just 10 feet away. Two hanging chairs, a fireplace, and the kitchen dominate the main living area, which is augmented by a spacious front porch and a jacuzzi in the rear, both of which offer views of the dozens of Joshua trees on the property.

  • Tri Lanka

    Set on Lake Koggala near Sri Lanka's southern tip, Tri Lanka is a new eco-friendly resort that offers a unique layout and minimalist accommodations. It has ten total suites and rooms, three with private pools, laid out on the property in a spiral pattern mirroring the Golden Ratio. Each has a green roof, uses solar hot water, and were made from recycled wood and other local materials, and offers access to the cantilevered pool, main dining area, viewing deck, library, entertainment room, treetop yoga studio, and the resort's Beach Club & Restaurant on nearby Kabalana Beach.