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From elevator pop in a Parisian townhouse to country ballads at a Colorado ranch, we've paired new music with the boutique stays that fit the mood. Add these tunes to your travel playlist.
Where to eat, drink, sleep and splurge on punk-inspired baubles in one of Paris's hottest neighbourhoods.
October comes and goes, but the spooky spots in these destinations are around all year.
If you came of age in a post-Facebook world, here's where to stay and what to do in the City of Lights.
Explore the outskirts of the City of Light for a picnic on the beach, a visit to the world's largest stables or a stroll through Monet's home.
Over-sized rubber ducks, unicorn heads and anthropomorphic footstools... Starck has stocked these boutique stays with his wildest designs.
Keep hot sauce in your bag (swag). In honour of Cinco de Mayo, we've sampled a globe's worth of guac.