Casa de Campo Resort & Villas by Oscar de la Renta, Dominican Republic

Over the years, top fashion designers and houses put their spin on these chic hotel properties, making them the world’s most desirable destinations for savvy travelers. Get inspiration for your next stylish stay, below.

Casa de Campo Resort & Villas by Oscar de la Renta, Dominican Republic

Known for his stunning runway looks, the late Dominican-American designer Oscar de la Renta also made his mark on this Caribbean escape. The most exclusive resort in the Dominican Republic, de la Renta built his own oceanfront home on the 7,000-acre Casa de Campo Resort & Villas while also lending his design expertise to the entire property, curating everything from the bedspreads and curtains to staff uniforms, which feature a signature red and white checked pattern. -Casey Brennan

Armani Hotel, Milano

Sleek, modern, luxurious — the Armani Hotel Milano is everything you’d expect from the brand. The seventh-floor reception area starts stays with a wonderful welcome and it’s a great place to take in bird’s-eye views of Italy’s fashion capital. But before heading to the high-end shops and sights on the streets below — the Duomo is just a 10-minute walk away — the rooms give guests the chance to cocoon for a meditative moment. Oyster, pewter, cream and other soothing shades offer a sense of calm and there’s little ornamentation to distract the senses. A lifestyle manager is always on-hand to ensure every need or whim is taken care of while you’re enjoying the hotel or spending time out and about. But is there really any reason to ever leave? -Aaron Rasmussen

Round Hill Hotel & Villas by Ralph Lauren, Jamaica

Since opening in 1954, Round Hill has epitomized Caribbean chic. The resort is spread out over a 110-acre peninsula, complete with a private secluded beach and grounds lush with tropical foliage, and it’s maintained that classic allure over the years thanks to Ralph Lauren. He purchased a vacation home known as High Rock at Round Hill on Jamaica’s north coast in the 1980s and he renovated it with signature RL touches: mahogany paneling, banana leaf rugs, black and white photographs and louvered windows and doors. Now, the fashion designer’s influence is felt all around the resort, from the villas and suites he designed to the Ralph Lauren Cocktail Bar, a watering hole featuring Round Hill’s resident pianist and vocalist. Those who can’t make it to the hotel can recreate Lauren’s breezy seaside vibe at home with his special line of Round Hill housewares. -CB

Fendi Private Suites, Rome

Well-heeled Fendi aficionados visiting the flagship store in Rome can kick off their shoes and stay awhile. The fashion house’s very first boutique hotel, located on the third floor of the historic Palazzo Fendi, is intimate enough to seem like your own personal apartment in the heart of the Eternal City. The property’s inviting lounge serves as a living room and radiates warmth through its travertine walls, velvet seating, Lindsey Adelman Studio bubble chandelier and focal point fireplace. Each of the seven suites in the historic building is unique, but all exude the same superior level of coziness and relaxed luxury. Fendi Casa pieces, including beds, couches and side tables, fill rooms appointed with Jan Kath carpets, Giò Ponti mirrors, Fendi Casa linens and other thoughtful touches that make this special place feel like home. -AR

Karl Lagerfeld in Estates at Acqualina, Miami

Karl Lagerfeld’s designs continue to live on in the recently debuted South Tower lobby at The Estates at Acqualina in Miami’s Sunny Isles Beach, a $1.8 billion – dollar residential development. The stunning lobby features “A Tale of Two Fountains,” a 61-foot backlit glass mural made up of a collage of black-and-white photos Lagerfeld took of the most striking fountains and arches in Rome. Cast-aluminum swans float above banquettes covered in silver pearl fabric. Lagerfeld tied in other Miami hues through his use of cerulean blue, white, gray and pale pink. “Everything Karl Lagerfeld touched benefitted from his brilliant point of view,” Jules Trump, developer of The Estates at Acqualina, tells GRAZIA USA. “The lobbies at The Estates at Acqualina reflect his exquisite taste and impeccable eye for detail with custom features, finishes and furnishings, all conceived and designed by Mr. Lagerfeld himself.” -CB

Hotel Continentale, Florence

A property of the Ferragamo family, Hotel Continentale in Florence can claim the honor of being among the very first design hotels to open in Italy. The property’s chic interior is bathed in white, creating a romantic blank canvas for a visit to the Tuscan city of art outside its doors. History plays an important part in Florence, and the same goes for the 43-room hotel. The medieval Consorti Tower, one of few that survived World War II bombing, is incorporated into the property that’s located on the Arno at the foot of Ponte Vecchio and around the corner from the Uffizi Gallery’s Renaissance masterpieces by Botticelli, Michelangelo, da Vinci and other famed art stars. On a more modern note, the 1950s and ’60s — a creative, stylish and euphoric time in Florence — served as inspiration for Hotel Continentale’s design and can be seen everywhere from the refined furnishings in the lobby and rooms to classic Italian cocktails served on the terrace. -AR

Bulgari Hotel, Paris

Bulgari’s style and savoir-faire shine bright in the City of Light. The Italian maison has hotels throughout the world—Miami Beach and Los Angeles are slated to join the portfolio in the next few years—but the Paris location is arguably its crown jewel. Floor-to-ceiling windows afford interiors plenty of sun as well as stunning panoramic vistas of the French capital in all its iconic, elegant glory. Housed in a former 1970s post office on the Right Bank, the sophisticated Bulgari Hotel, much like the French, eschews gaucheness and embraces refinement in all its many forms, from polished eucalyptus-paneled and Vescom fabric-covered walls to the spa’s 82-foot pool mosaiced in emerald, jade, malachite and gold tiles. -AR

Pelican Miami Beach by Renzo Rosso

When the boutique hotel Pelican Miami Beach was acquired by Diesel founder Renzo Rosso, it received a seriously fashionable upgrade. The historic Art Deco property, situated on Ocean Drive and overlooking the Atlantic, features playfully designed guestrooms and suites as well as a single penthouse, inspired by movie sets. All feature unique vintage furniture and artifacts from the 1930s through 1990s sourced from flea markets around the world. The property’s beachfront Pelican Café offers all-day dining from the Italian- inspired menu along with a selection of Italian spumante and French champagne. -CB

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