Ace Hotel Chicago

Enter now to win a two-night stay at the Ace Chicago, along with a $1,000 airline voucher and $2,500 worth of gift cards from well-traveled brands like Apolis, Ursa Major, and Steven Alan. Enter to win by April 1.

Ace's first property built from the ground-up, the Ace Hotel Chicago will share plenty of features with its sister properties — yet have an identity all its own. The 159-room seven-story hotel will offer a more modern, contemporary interior design than most Ace outposts, as well as a rooftop bar and terrace, the first Stumptown cafe in the Midwest, a full-service restaurant, and plenty of spaces for cultural events. The hotel will open its doors on Sept. 1, and the company is donating 10 percent of revenue from its bookings made in the next month to local groups that support young creatives.

  • Backwater House

    Set on a secluded lagoon in the Norfolk Broads, the Backwater House makes for an ideal country getaway. The home offers four total bedrooms and sleeps eight, with an en-suite for the master and a small twin room for youngsters, all done in the same understated aesthetic as the open kitchen and living areas. Surrounded on three sides by water, there's also ample deck space, an outdoor BBQ, and a place to dock your boat, with access to Wroxham Broad and the Bure River.

  • Quintessentially One Superyacht

    One owner isn't enough for the Quintessentially One Superyacht. Billed as the "world's largest floating private members' club," the 220-meter craft will tour the world, serving as a place for members of its titular club to stay after taking in events like the Monaco Grand Prix or Cannes Film Festival. When it's not docked at an event, it will operate as a hotel, with an onboard restaurant and plenty of amenities. It's currently being built and fitted in Norway and Italy, and should make its maiden voyage by 2020.

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