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E-mail this newsletterFriday, October 9, 2009
San Francisco
You could be here—admiring the Golden Gate Bridge up close—if you book a stay at Hotel Vertigo. Read on for details!
Hotel Buzz: New picks from BT editors
Hotel Habita
Hotel Habita
Monterrey, Mexico
Hotel Habita Monterrey has given boutique-hotel aficionados a reason to detour to northeast Mexico. In the 39 rooms, floor-to-ceiling windows and a stark black-and-white palette make it feel almost as if you're floating.
from $175. See Full Hotel Review
Blue Lime Hotel
Blue Lime
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
It's easy to confuse the Blue Lime with an apartment building—only a small gold plaque next to a sliding wooden door confirms you've found the 14-room hotel, opened last year by French expat Alexis de Suremain. Inside, all of the furniture (including the built-in shelves, tables, and window seats) is shaped from concrete.
from $40 with breakfast. See Full Hotel Review
Hotel Vertigo
Hotel Vertigo
San Francisco, Calif.
Union Square's 102-room Hotel Vertigo takes its theme to great heights. Named after Alfred Hitchcock's 1958 thriller Vertigo, which was filmed on location and plays on a loop in the lobby, the property preserves the dizzying spiral staircase featured in the movie, while also sprucing up most rooms with white tufted-leather headboards and orange-vinyl chairs.
from $129. See Full Hotel Review
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Hotel Design de la Sorbonne
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Behind a 19th-century façade, the hotel explodes with colorful furniture and decor.
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Reader Picks
Recent picks from our readers
One of 22 music-themed rooms at Franklin Feel the Sound
Franklin Feel the Sound
Rome, Italy
Founded by a music lover, the 22-room hotel has rock-and-roll touches like snare drums for bedside tables, disco balls in the bathrooms, and CD players. from $160.
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Hotel Beacon
Hotel Beacon
New York, N.Y.
Spacious rooms and the convenience of kitchenettes make this hotel on the brownstone-lined Upper West Side a good value for families. from $179.
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A double room at Hotel Diva
Hotel Diva
San Francisco, Calif.
A hip hotel whose rooms are decorated with sculptured steel headboards, bright blue carpeting, and modern furniture. from $99.
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