With an all-open facade, Esperanza immediately catches the attention of passersby and captures the essence of California indoor/outdoor dining while welcoming guests with open arms.
From its inception in 1927, the Academy has had the ambition to create a museum to tell the story of cinema. Starting with just 36 members, the organization today comprises more than 10,000 accomplished individuals working in the industry.
Spread across 10 miles of the Northern California coastline and located 100 miles north of San Francisco, The Sea Ranch comprises 2,224 private homes built on 7,000 acres surrounded by the typical vegetation and landscape of the area: cypress hedgerows, meadows, rolling hills, redwood, and Douglas fir forests, with, of course, sublime ocean views.
Located on Wilcox Avenue north of Sunset Boulevard, Thompson Hollywood—which was five years in the making—is a first, at least in two regards: This is the first California property of the Thompson Hotels brand and the first California project designed by British studio Tara Bernerd & Partners.
With the world increasingly reopening its doors, one property is making a grander entrance than most—Raffles Singapore. As it would, naturally, given the 19th-century heritage hotel’s rich history, its luminary-filled guest list, its verdant views, and its mannered, immersive ways.
Los Angeles-based interior design firm Beleco recently revealed the result of an ambitious task consisting of remodeling a Spanish revival beachfront hotel, which opened its doors along the coast in 1931.
Originally built in 2005 and located in Montauk, New York (a half-mile from the local beach and a short walk to the state park), the Edison Bungalow started its new life in August 2020.
Providing privacy and overlooking a vast valley spotted with yucca and Joshua trees, both buildings of the Pause House AM/PM serve as short-term accommodations for visitors who want to experience the high desert.
Only 100 miles from Los Angeles, Palm Springs is the ideal weekend destination for those who seek respite from urban life, providing an environment where the beauty and peace of the desert are an invitation to contemplate.
At the newly opened Geneseo Inn, revamped industrial shipping crates bursting with stylish modern interiors meet with arresting vineyard views to create an eco-friendly bed-and-breakfast retreat unlike anything else in Paso Robles.