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U.S. Embassy in London to Relocate

The U.S. Embassy is moving to Vauxhall—which is interesting, considering the south-of-the-Thames location. Currently, the area is known for its gay bar scene as well...

Hotelier Vikram Chatwal Has (Another) Otherworldly 'Dream'

The newest addition to Vikram Chatwal's Dream hotel line may be his trippiest yet. The aquatic Dream Downtown opens this week on the brim of...

Guess Where? Hotel Lobby

This week, we sent one of our writers to explore NYC and we asked our Facebook and Twitter followers to tell her where to go....

29th Street: New York’s New Hotel Corridor?

Continuing the precedent  set by the new Eventi of building hotels in unexpected Manhattan neighborhoods, the new Gansevoort Park Avenue will open on August 16...

Atlanta’s Top Food & Wine Festival Restaurants

With the debut of the very first Atlanta Food & Wine Festival last month, T+L takes a tour of the city’s Westside—a meatpacking district turned...

Design Revolution in New York City's Chelsea

A design revolution in New York City is taking place, as the Chelsea neighborhood transforms from a derelict wasteland to a thriving nexus of art...

New York City's New Downtown

T+L looks at the big ideas, cutting-edge architecture and design, and daring personalities that are shaping the new New York.

New York's Top Restaurants

T+L reveals what’s cooking at the top restaurants in New York, from a classic steakhouse to a hip West Village gastropub.

Most Over-the-Top Room Service

Hotel room service gets creative with perks so appealing that you won’t want to check out.

Coolest New Landmarks Around the World

From skyscrapers to bridges, here is the newest crop of must-see landmarks around the globe.
HOTELS

The Maritime Hotel, New York

Formerly the headquarters of the National Maritime Union, this Chelsea boutique hotel is housed in a 12-story white building lined with row after row of porthole windows. A tasteful nautical theme... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Scarpetta, New York

Scarpetta, housed in an unassuming Greek Revival townhome in the Meatpacking District, made its award-winning debut in 2008, following Scott Conant's successful turns at L'Impero and Alto 18+ and... more ›


ACTIVITIES

High Line

At the south end of the High Line, an abandoned 1930’s elevated freight rail track turned 21st-century park, The Standard, High Line is situated on massive concrete piers, boldly straddling this... more ›


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