Monthly Archives: October 2017

Shiver-Inducing Haunts Around the World

Happy Halloween! To celebrate, our city guide authors from around the world have rounded up the spookiest, creepiest haunts in their cities. From ghost sightings at hotels to mummified serial killers, here are a few places for you to visit on this All Hallows’ Eve. Chicago For spine-tingling thrills in…

The Best Independently Owned Hotels in Singapore

Singapore brims with hotel options. There are flashy high-rises with rooftop infinity pools, five-star resorts surrounded by lush tropical forests, the usual hostel offerings and everything in between. So where should you lay your weary head when you’re in The Lion City? These are our top picks. Found amidst a…

London’s Top Curry Houses

Until fairly recently, the answer to where to find the top Indian restaurants in the world was not India but Britain. Some folks still reckon that’s the case and, with the old guard still dishing out the standards with spicy aplomb and young talents offering a 21st-century take on what…

The Coziest Wine Bars in Paris

Wine is an unbeatable way to imbibe some French culture and time in Paris wouldn’t be well spent without enjoying some quintessential bars à vins. At the award-winning Ô Chateau, there are 40 wines by the glass and hundreds by the bottle, which is a good thing because I return…

Experience Park Life in Berlin

It can get pretty gray up here in the north of Europe, so whenever the sun makes an appearance, everyone relishes the opportunity to spend time in the parks. Whether for picnicking, jogging or flopping out on a blanket with some friends, Berlin’s green plots are some of the best…

Barcelona’s Wondrous Architecture

On The HUNT Barcelona writer Ben Holbrook’s first day in Barcelona, he rose early, visibly shaking with excitement and ready to really get to know his new home. He walked in Gràcia past Casa Batlló and La Pedrera, and roamed La Rambla, darting down random rabbit warrens that led him…

48 Hours in Amsterdam
Oct 23rd, 2017 Posted by

48 Hours in Amsterdam

Composed of a vast labyrinth of canals, steep 17th-century houses that lean on one another like age-old friends and a maze of dazzling cobblestone streets and bridges, Amsterdam is a small city that packs a big punch of charm. The Dutch word gezellig perhaps best describes the capital’s unique allure….

Upscale Cocktails in Vancouver

Feeling fancy? Perhaps the lavish and sexy Pierre’s Champagne Lounge will mitigate your VIP cravings. With premium bubbly by the glass and bottle, the swanky venue is aesthetically on point – from its handsome marble bar to its good-looking servers. Exclusivity comes with a price, however, so don’t expect to…

The Flea Markets Worth Your While in San Francisco

  The list of things that will get The HUNT San Francisco writer Lauren Ladoceour up before dawn is brief. The open-air flea market at the Alameda Point Antiques Faire in East Bay on the first Sunday of the month makes the cut though. Diehards and interior designers rise early…

Where to Slurp Oysters in Seattle

Olympias, Kumamotos, Pacifics, Virginicas — just to name a few. One could argue that Washington State has the market cornered when it comes to superb oysters. Then again, who has time to argue when there are half shells to be devoured? A Seattle mainstay, The Brooklyn Seafood, Steak & Oyster…

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