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5 Trending Hotels to Visit Around the World This Spring

From a Florida golf getaway to Tokyo's Trunk hotel, an international list of stylish spots

by Eden Herbstman

March 20, 2024

Streamsong's Blue Course / Photo: Evan Schiller


Streamsong / Photo: Courtesy of Streamsong

Close to both Orlando and Tampa, this getaway beckons golfers and activity-driven travelers. Three golf courses—Red, Blue and Black—are situated on ample acreage surrounded by natural scenery. These expertly designed courses feature towering dunes, deep lakes and exciting contours. More outdoorsy adventures include guided bass fishing and clay shooting, and for rejuvenation, the spa offers signature treatments complete with a European-style grotto. With 228 rooms and suites and nine on-site restaurants, Streamsong is an amenity-packed destination.
1000 Streamsong Dr., Bowling Green, FL,

The Royal

The Royal Hotel / Photo: Doublespace

Built in the 19th century for arriving railroad travelers, this hotel has been reimagined as boutique gem in the heart of Prince Edward County. Thirty-three bright and cozy guest rooms span neighboring buildings, The Hotel and The Annex. Each accommodation is named after a local apple or pear, an homage showcasing The Royal’s commitment to community and sustainability. This extends to its food and beverage program, which celebrates local ingredients and wines. Amenities include conference and meeting spaces, an outdoor terrace and dry sauna.
247 Picton Main St., Picton, Canada,

Trunk (Hotel) Yoyogi Park

Trunk (Hotel) Yoyogi Park / Photo: Tomooki Kengaku

The Trunk collective’s newest location invites guests an “urban recharge.” Taking its cues from the city’s vibrancy and proximity to lush Yoyogi Park, the property offers both stimulation and stillness. Twenty-five rooms and five suites feature minimalist lines and textures and calming neutral tones. The hotel’s highlight is a rooftop infinity pool overlooking the forest-lined park and cityscape. L’Ombelico, the hotel’s Italian dining concept, serves Neapolitan pies and traditional dishes. Convenient to local attractions, the hotel is just minutes away from key metro stops.
1-15-2 Tomigaya, Tokyo,

The Junto

The Junto / Photo: Courtesy of The Junto

More than a lifestyle hotel, The Junto offers a communal gathering destination for travelers and locals. The property offers 198 rooms and suites designed with a Downtown loft feel, featuring plenty of exposed brick and outdoor terraces. Located in the capital’s artsy Franklinton neighborhood, the hotel includes meeting and conference spaces that are meant to inspire creativity. On-site, enjoy four hospitality spaces, including rooftop bar Brass Eye and the lobby’s Trade Room.
77 Belle St., Columbus, OH,

Hotel Champlain

Hotel Champlain / Credit: Courtesy of Hotel Champlain

This neighborhood landmark welcomes guests to explore Lake Champlain and downtown Burlington. Featuring 258 room and suites, 13 business-ready meeting spaces and a ballroom that can hold more than 500 guests, Hotel Champlain fulfills each traveler’s needs. Its signature restaurant Original Skiff, nods to New England’s coastal fare, while the all-day café, Lily May’s, satiates morning and afternoon cravings. Bike rentals allow guests to traverse the area and connect with Burlington’s wonders.
60 Battery St., Burlington, VT,