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  1. hotels
    Did New York Miss Its Moment To Turn Hotels Into Housing?“It’s hard to look at the timing of these programs and say that it was treated as an emergency.”
  2. hotels
    ‘I Know That I’m Living This Cinderella Life’The city’s closure of emergency hotels leaves former inmates scrambling to find housing by the New Year.
  3. the eavesdropper
    Listening In at the Mark HotelJust before the holidays.
  4. migrant crisis
    Eric Adams Closes His Big Tent on Randall’s IslandMigrants are moving to hotels, which is what many advocates asked for in the first place.
  5. hotels
    The Billionaire Behind New York’s Most Luxe HotelVladislav Doronin’s ambitious, contentious journey from Leningrad to Aman New York.
  6. mysteries
    What Happened to the Gramercy Park Hotel?Everyone’s got a theory.
  7. street fights
    Is the Beanie Babies Inventor Trying to Kill the Four Seasons?There’s a reported standoff over the future of the Billionaires’ Row fixture.
  8. goodbyes
    The Gramercy Park Hotel’s Liquidation Sale Was a Real Scene““People were coming out with tears streaming down their faces.”
  9. upstate
    The Ranch Thinks New Yorkers Can’t Handle the RanchThe luxury Malibu boot camp is coming to the Hudson Valley with shorter hikes and later wake-up times.
  10. are u coming?
    Rockin’ Out With the Mayor and ‘Late-Night Dorinda’ at the New Hard Rock HotelDon’t expect Sid and Nancy; it’s pretty swanky.
  11. hotels
    Bill de Blasio Is Living in the Downtown Brooklyn MarriottPossibly rubbing elbows with people in town for conferences and graduations.
  12. brick and mortar
    Can You Really Sleep During a $75 Nap?Increasingly, hotels hope so.
  13. ask a cool person
    Where 19 Stylish People Always Stay in Las VegasFrom the European-inflected NoMad to Caesar’s Palace.
  14. hotels
    Turns Out the Standard Hotel Was Literally Falling ApartMany of the gray panels that frame the building’s distinctive windows were improperly installed.
  15. ask a cool person
    Where 22 Stylish People Always Stay in New OrleansFrom the boutique hotel in a 19th-century rectory to the old-world “grand dames.”
  16. this place’s incredible
    Staying at This Mystical Santa Fe Hotel Is Like Travel Within TravelYou may start to wonder: Who the hell dreamt up this place?
  17. ask a cool person
    Where 16 Stylish People Always Stay in ChicagoFrom gilded Gold Coast hotels to a room above a Wicker Park pub.
  18. trust me i should know
    I May Never Stay at a Hotel Without a Kids’ Club AgainFor hours, my kids painted seashells and made jewelry. I was on a beach with my eyes closed.
  19. this place’s incredible
    My Favorite London Hotel Is the Ned, a Universe Unto ItselfIt has the nicest gym — not just hotel gym, gym period — I’ve ever been to.
  20. ask a cool person
    Where 20 Stylish People Always Stay in MiamiFrom high-octane South Beach hotels to serene beachfront properties.
  21. ask a cool person
    Where 20 Stylish People Always Stay in MontréalFrom North America’s first Ritz to a scrappy pensione above a music venue.
  22. this thing’s incredible
    Hotel Sheets Skeeve Me Out, So I Travel With This (Always Clean) Sleep SackDid you know there’s no law saying that hotels or Airbnb hosts have to wash the bed linens?
  23. this place’s incredible
    This Tucked-Away Palm Springs Spot Is a Hotel GoldilocksQuieter than the Ace, more affordable than Korakia, and not an iota of the Rat Pack–Slim Aarons tourist scene.
  24. 7 Incredible Hotels That Are Inspired By Their Locations7 Hotels That Are Inspired By Their Locations
  25. state of hotels
    The Standard Hotel Could Be Facing ForeclosureAll that nightlife doesn’t necessarily fill the rooms.
  26. assessment
    Can Eric Adams Really Turn 25,000 Hotel Rooms Into Affordable Housing?Even after all the past year’s closures, that’s a lot of real estate.
  27. travel
    The Catskills Are Suddenly Lousy With High-End HotelsThe Borscht Belt has entered its expensive phase.
  28. headaches
    The Travel Industry Is a Total Mess. Everyone Is Traveling Anyway.If you think it’s hard to find a good flight, wait till you try to book a rental car or a hotel room.
  29. living small
    It’s Time for New York City to Bring Back SROsA solution to high rents, empty hotels, and the homelessness crisis.
  30. obituary
    The Hostel Has Closed on NantucketThe Star of the Sea — a cheap place to be — has been purchased and, yes, kicked the bucket.
  31. housing
    The Homeless-to-Hotels Program Is Ending, and Nobody’s ReadyAdvocates fear mass eviction; hoteliers say their businesses are still in crisis.
  32. pennsylvania six-five oh-oh-oh
    So Long to the Hotel PennsylvaniaOnce lovely, now dowdy, soon to be gone.
  33. space of the week
    Inside a Stately Boutique Hotel From a Beauty MogulBobbi Brown recently opened a 32-room inn in a New Jersey suburb, of all places.
  34. buyer’s market
    Who’s Booking Hotel Rooms Right Now? Vacation Optimists.People are hoping that the worst will be over in a few months. And if it’s not, they have an out.
  35. buyer’s market
    Luxury Hotels Are Nearly Empty. Budget Hotels Still Have Customers.“It’s mostly local,” says one general manager. “Maybe someone in the family wants to quarantine or stay away from family.”
  36. the top line
    It’s Time to Stop This Ridiculous Hotel Pricing Practice“Resort fees” and “destination fees” are used to mislead consumers about room rates. Washington, D.C., is suing to keep operators honest.
  37. real estate
    The Last Residents of the Hotel BossertWhat’s it like to live in a nearly abandoned building?
  38. weddings!
    The World’s Best Honeymoon SuitesOptions for newlyweds who don’t just want to cuddle up and stay in anywhere.
  39. the top line
    Why Do Hotel Companies Have So Many Brands?Marriott is actually a family of 30 hotel brands, many of them virtually indistinguishable. What’s the business logic?
  40. the urbanist: san juan
    Where the Locals Would Stay in San Juan If They Weren’t LocalAvailability is high and prices are much gentler than before the storms.
  41. the urbanist: san juan
    Where the Locals Would Stay in San Juan If They Weren’t LocalAvailability is high and prices are much gentler than before the storms.
  42. the urbanist: london
    Where the Locals Would Stay in London If They Weren’t LocalFrom stately townhouses to a floating hotel, these suggestions suit a range of styles and spending habits.
  43. the urbanist: london
    Where the Locals Would Stay in London If They Weren’t LocalFrom stately townhouses to a floating hotel, these suggestions suit a range of styles and spending habits.
  44. the urbanist: dubai
    Where the Locals Would Stay in Dubai If They Weren’t LocalCue the art-stuffed rooms, glass-paneled pools, and dynamite rooftop lounges.
  45. the urbanist: dubai
    Where the Locals Would Stay in Dubai If They Weren’t LocalCue the art-stuffed rooms, glass-paneled pools, and dynamite rooftop lounges.
  46. the urbanist: beijing
    Where the Locals Would Stay in Beijing If They Weren’t LocalFrom quirky options hidden down winding lanes to minimalist art-adorned hotels, the capital has superb — and superbly varied — options.
  47. the urbanist: bogotá
    Where the Locals Would Stay in Bogotá If They Weren’t LocalTraffic in the Colombian city can be a nightmare, so choose your hotel wisely.
  48. interviews
    With a New Job, Angela Dimayuga Will Further Blur the Line Between Food and Art“I was just excited that there was a hotel or a brand that cared about these issues and art, nightlife, and culture.”
  49. the urbanist: cape town
    Where the Locals Would Stay in Cape Town If They Weren’t LocalWhat constitutes a “budget” hotel room in the Mother City is often much nicer than it needs to be.
  50. the urbanist: barcelona
    Where the Locals Would Stay in Barcelona If They Weren’t LocalIncluding a bank turned hostel, a luxury hotel with a courtyard full of orange trees, and a sexy boutique inn with shrapnel in the walls.
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