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The former firehouse has preserved a lot of its best elements, like the original, untouched terrazzo floors and wood-paneled walls.Everything from the wallpaper to the furniture is made by local artisans.

The former firehouse has preserved a lot of its best elements, like the original, untouched terrazzo floors and wood-paneled walls.Everything from the wallpaper to the furniture is made by local artisans.Rooms have been updated but are original to the hotel (apparently they didn't need closets in the '30s), and the decor is funky and playful: red, tufted-vinyl platforms, custom Voutsa wallpaper in a pattern of lips, old school push-button phones.

Have a drink under high ceilings in the 1930s tiled bar sitting in craftsmen-inspired furniture, or take dinner in the restaurant where owls line the floor (the building used to house the Owl Drug Store).You won't believe it's a hostel until you see the bunk-bed rooms—which are better designed and more comfortable than a number of private suites we've stayed in.With just 28 rooms, the recently remodeled Holiday House in Palm Springs has all the luxurious amenities of a large hotel, but with an intimate, relaxed atmosphere.Walking into MADE in New York City’s increasingly-buzzy No Mad neighborhood is like walking into a modern maker’s carefully curated heaven: walnut wood floors and walls, plants everywhere, handwoven indigo throw blankets and tribal-patterned pillows (we could go on).While it's clear that a ton of consideration went into the design and decor, the overall effect isn’t at all precious, but warm and welcoming. If you're an archive virgin then prepare for enthrallment. -Tell your friends, family, colleagues, co-workers and neighbours to check out ORSM-DOT-NET otherwise my friend Ray will crush you with the full weight of his incredible ego. From the outside, the main building of this Jackson, Wyoming hotel looks slightly ominous.But the lobby, with a roaring cast-iron fireplace, wooden tables and benches for reading or coffee drinking, and a “mercantile” lined with beautiful (and deceptively expensive) sweaters, moccasins, and blankets—feels a bit like a Western movie-set.This elegant redo of a Victorian wedding-cake of a hotel revives Saratoga Springs’ glamorous resort-town past, with balcony suites overlooking Broadway's historic facades, and is just minutes from Thoroughbred racing and Saratoga's famed Performing Arts Center.It’s got three pretty top-notch restaurant options, too, including Morrissey’s, a bar tied to a local racing lore that is always a lively scene.

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