Take Your Time
We generally think of extended-stay hotels as drab dwellings near airports, full of equally drab business travelers. But in cities across the U.S. and Europe, you’ll now find chic, well-curated apartment-style accommodations tailored to people who can work wherever they want. The new extended stays, offered by chains like Aka and Rosewood, are also great for tourists who want to sample what it’s like to live in, say, Miami or London, but don’t want to feel as though they’re occupying a hotel.
Our Pick: Philadelphia’s Roost Apartment Hotel has the amenities of a boutique hotel, but its suites also include full kitchens, living rooms, and in-unit washers and dryers.Back to top