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     Aman Tokyo
A sanctuary at the top of the Otemachi Tower, the hotel’s sleek design is rooted in ritual–a perfect balance of urban dynamism and cultural sensibility. Spectacular views of the Imperial Gardens, Tokyo Skytree and Mount Fuji amongst Ikebana displays and engawa platforms blur the boundary between indoors and out. The ryokan-style rooms are outfitted with traditional Japanese furnishings, from washi paper sliding doors to a furo deep-soak bathtub.
Otemachi Tower,1-5-6 Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
NoMad Los Angeles
Designed by French designer Jacques Garcia, each of the 241 rooms and suites at the stylish hotel look to Italy for inspiration with a soft color palette drawn from the building's fully restored, original gold and blue Italianate lobby ceiling. The food and beverages are refined yet easy and rooted in the abundance of ingredients native to California complemented by an extensive wine list and a world-class cocktail program.
649 S. Olive St., Los Angeles
Photos Courtesy Of: Aman Tokio, Riad L'Hotel, Nomad LA, Le Royal Monceau
L'Hôtel Marrakech
This historic 19th century riad, originally the central part of a Caidal palace, comprises five spacious suites surrounding a uniquely wide courtyard garden and swimming pool. This charming retreat combines delicious food, comfort and service whilst capturing the elegance of hotels of the1930s. The riad combines superb Moroccan craftsmanship with pieces of antique furniture, textiles, lighting and art from Jasper Conran’s collection, making it feel more like a home than a hotel.
41 Derb Sidi Lahcen ou Ali, Marrakech, Morocco
Le Royal Monceau
The stunning aesthetic of the hotel makes it a property for those endowed with an adventurous spirit and a taste for the very best. Since its transformation by Philippe Starck, the historic landmark, features ultra-posh rooms, notable art and iconic decor. Gastronomic and trendy dining options include chef Nobu’s highly contemporary vision of Japanese cuisine at Matsuhisa Paris as well as quintessentially Parisian delicacies by superstar pastry chef Pierre Hermé.
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37 Avenue Hoche, Paris

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