onefinestay, a burgeoning travel business that scouts the crème de la crème of New York and London residences for visits across the pond is unlocking an entire new dimension of traveling and hospitality. This fall, the brand will welcome two new cities – Paris and Los Angeles.
Establishing what they have coined as the “unhotel”, the team over at onefinestay is making strides in breaking down the walls between tourism and complete cultural immersion. Hunting down the most unique flavors of New York and London architectural and interior design, onefinestay offers visitors the homes of some of the cities’ most innovative and captivating characters in their up-and-coming neighborhoods. While offering the five-star service of quality linens, towels, and even cooking and housekeeping, of the world’s leading hotels, onefinestay hopes to bring their guests a few steps further into the metropolitan experience. While guests can enjoy the quirky design marvels of each home, they are also given a list of local favorites from the owners themselves, providing the travelers an opportunity to enjoy the hidden gems of the neighborhood that won’t be found in travel guides. Following the company’s intention of uncovering the creative heartbeat of the famed metropolises, onefinestay has begun a quarterly lifestyle publication, Guestbook that finds previous editor of Wallpaper* Alex Bagner, at the helm. Guestbook affords readers a glimpse into the day-to-day activities and favorite haunts of their featured homeowners, as well as lending exposure to the cities’ burgeoning neighborhoods in Brooklyn and East London. The publication explores the company’s larger philosophy of the significance of fostering living space and its impact on how we interact with environments, which is imbued through the entire onefinestay operation. Through every facet of the company’s performace, onefinestay demonstrates a commitment to creating a truly individual travel experience, one that inspires and surprises, but also helps the traveler feel perfectly at home.