Why not start this autumn, with a selection of European hotels that offer a little something extra. Think stylish city-center hotel with a beach club on tap, or a shrine to Pop Art less than two hours away (browns and yellows should be for leaves only). Jetsetter’s heeding the call, with three escapes this autumn that make for a stylish break — and maybe even a Miami-worthy tan. Lay out in Mallorca or uncover your inner Andy Warhol in the heart of Berlin and Bilbao. He’s in there somewhere, and he’d like to get away too, thanks.
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Hotel Miro, Bilbao
The brainchild of Barcelona-based fashion designer Antonio Miro (no, not that one), this Bilbao hotel has a minimalist, futuristic museum vibe and a set of rooms that all face the Guggenheim. There’s even a library for brushing up on your Basque know-how, not to mention some of Europe's finest cuisine. Click here to learn more and to book.
You’ll be forgiven if you feel like you’ve left Mallorca and landed in Miami (minus the 8 hours on a plane). A stylish, modern refuge, Puro is home to a private beach club and hot bar scene that keeps even the fickle fashion circuit loyal. Click here to learn more and to book.
It wouldn’t be much of an Art’otel without art, now would it. Each of the 91 guestrooms here is decorated with a work or two by Andy Warhol. Pop Art is everywhere, with Technicolor hues and a contemporary museum aura — minus the scowling guides, of course. Click here to learn more and to book. Click here to learn more and to book.