Relais and Chateaux Properties (i.e. Hotels) I Am Planning on Living In

  1. Hotel Daniel (Paris, France)
    Heart of Paris, but tucked away in a beautiful, quaint neighborhood. 13-min walk from Ave des Champs-Élysées. The staff = incredible and attentive.
  2. Hotel Trama- (Puymirol, France)
    13th century building, 9 rooms. Located in a small village- South of France. The decor: you feel like you're in Games of Thrones. Not kidding. See photo.
  3. Hotel Les Mars (Healdsburg, California)
    Near Napa, but not Napa. Go to The Shed for lunch and a glass of wine. Rooms have silk sheets. Yes, silk. Pro trick: ask for room day of. They'll give you discount.
  4. The Mayflower Grace (Washington, Connecticut)
    2 1/2 hour drive from NYC. A perfect "I need to get the hell out of NY" trip. If you're into spa and yoga.. This is your 👏🏻. Make a reservation at Community Table. Ate there two nights in a row, it was that good.
  5. The Charlotte Inn (Edgartown, Massachusetts)
    On Martha's Vineyard. The second you walk through the doors you feel like you're in an 18th-century novel. A few steps away from the water. You can bike everywhere. Two golden retrievers wearing ties roam the property. What's better than that? Nothing
  6. Windham Hill Inn (West Townshend, Vermont)
    Mountain cabin vibe. On God knows how many acres of land. No wifi or service, so just grab a book and sit here-->
  7. La Ferme Saint-Siméon (Honfleur, France)
    In Normandy, so northern France. Everything about town is 👌🏼. No wonder the Impressionists hung out here. Tips: eat all the bouillabaisse you can, get weird at the Erik Satie museum, and drink lots of Calvados