12 Born-in-the-Nineties Hotels We Still Love

  • Compiled by Jackie Caradonio
OCTOBER 09, 2016

The Nineties are known for a lot of things: grunge, coffee culture, Seinfeld. But it may come as a surprise that the decade of Nirvana, Starbucks, and Monica Lewinsky was also an era of spectacular hotel openings, from Robb Report’s all-time favorite Cape Town retreat to the beach resort that put the Turks and Caicos Islands on the map. Here, we take a walk down memory lane to highlight the best luxury properties that were born in the ’90s.

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