The Trunk Hotel Yoyogi Park boasts an exposed raw concrete facade, a collaborative creation of Japanese studio Keiji Ashizawa Design and Danish firm Norm Architects. This boutique hotel, the third installment in the Tokyo-based Trunk hotel trio, embraces the concept of “urban recharge,” seeking harmony between tradition and modernity, nature and the city, and the fusion of Japanese and European craftsmanship.

The OLM-Nature Escape, embedded in the breathtaking scenery of the Dolomites, embodies not only an outstanding technological concept, but also an architectural masterpiece in line with the highest sustainability standards. The project meets all the criteria of the “Casa Clima A Nature” standard and stands out thanks to its unique combination of technology, architecture and environmental awareness. OLM also recently received the GSTC certificate (Global Sustainable Tourism Council Hotel Criteria).

The new, spacious fitness room and the yoga studio with its own sun terrace invite you to release energy and achieve a relaxed state of mind. The sauna house (for adults only) offers a further opportunity for relaxation, as do the refreshing outdoor infinity pool and the existing natural bathing lake. The art that accompanies the spa concept plays on the theme of the Garden of Eden and paradise, adding an extra dimension to the overall ambience.

Travelling always involves planning. A lot of it. Where are we going? What do we want to do? What do we want to see? Where’s best to grab a coffee, snack, lunch, dinner, drinks? There are too many questions for someone who loves to explore and see new places but hates the planning part of it – the endless scrolling through Instagram and TikTok to find the latest hotspots. So, I asked ChatGPT…