Top Interior Designers Tell Us Their Favorite Winter Getaway
Spectacular vacation spots for your winter adventures.
“The Lyford Cay Club in Nassau, Bahamas. The clubhouse is so attractively decorated by Tom Scheerer. You definitely feel like you’re on an island, one with a classic and sophisticated point of view.”—Alex Papachristidis, interior designer
“Miami. It’s fun, the beaches are gorgeous, the culture is great, and it can even be a little bit tacky—but in a good way! I stay at the Standard, which has a 1950s Florida vibe, with gardens, fire pits, and an amazing pool.” —Robert Stilin, interior designer
“My husband and I owned a residence in Aspen for ten years, but now it’s room service at the St. Regis Aspen Resort for us—the best of both worlds. I enjoy having lunch with girlfriends, après-ski drinks by the fire, long walks with my dogs, and the piles of snow.” —Charlotte Moss, interior designer
“Sun Valley, Idaho, will always have a special place in my heart because my family had a small getaway there for more than 20 years. The best place to stay is the Sun Valley Lodge, which opened in 1936. It looks like a grand timber lodge, but the façade is actually tinted concrete made to look like wood, and the hallways are lined with black-and-white photographs of famous movie-star guests.”—Joshua Greene, interior designer, Hernandez Greene
“Tulum, Mexico. It’s easy to get to, but still feels remote when you go off-season. I love staying at Ahau Tulum, where the bungalows have canopy beds, carved-wood furniture, and private hammocks.” —Katrina Hernandez, interior designer, Hernandez Greene