Set among the Redwoods in Sonoma's wine country, AutoCamp allows you to enjoy the pleasures of camping without all of the hassle. Their luxury campsite is made up of 24 Airstreams, 10 safari-style tents, and a mid-century modern clubhouse just steps from the Russian River. Designed by Dan Weber Architecture, each travel trailer can match up with any 4-star hotel, featuring a queen size Casper mattress with Coyuchi linens, kitchen, sleeper sofa, and walk-in shower. For those of you looking for a more rugged experience, although hardly considered roughing-it, the canvas tents are furnished with a queen bed, private patio, lounge chairs, fire pit, and grill. Wi-fi is available throughout the property, but between biking along the pathways and a picnic in the meadow there might be few opportunities for very much screen time.

  • 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.

  • Miramonti Hotel

    Nestled on the side of a mountain in northern Italy, the Miramonti Hotel offers a mix of modern amenities and rich history. The original hotel opened in 1932, and has been rebuilt and remodeled several times over the decades to become the sleek, minimalist jewel you see today. A small team runs the place, which encompasses a range of rooms, lofts, and suites, as well multiple restaurants, a full-service spa, and a separate sauna that, like the rest of the property, offers tremendous Alpine views.

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