Features

Spirits: The Art of the Aperitif A nip of Dubonnet, a sip of Campari, a little Lillet--to understand the importance of the aperitif, an American writer looks to Europe.
The Ultimate Room Service Experience The rattling of the cart. The lifting of the dome. The signing of the bill. The letdown of the meal! We wish all room service menus were as dreamy as the 24-hour one we've concocted here.
Architect's Top 10 David Rockwell, renowned for designing spaces from Nobu to the Chambers Hotel in New York City, names the things he adores.
America's 50 Best Hotel Restaurants 2002 Hotel restaurants, once as mediocre as they were stuffy (all that ugly upholstery!), have become magnets for culinary talent and are now the hottest places to eat in town. Here, a state-by-state guide to the best, selected by our panel of experts.
Cool Miami Pool Party Miami hotelier Jennifer Rubell loves throwing dinner parties--the bigger, the better. Here's her simple, delicious menu for 30, along with a few of her smart strategies.
London Bridge Gordon Campbell Gray, the dapper provocateur behind London's remarkable One Aldwych, talks about his hotel, his city, and the connection between the two.