I have died and gone to hospitality heaven. London's Haymarket Hotel, designed by Kit Kemp, is a stunning example of the sort of marriage between contemporary and traditional design I have been searching for. In this case, it's classic English style that gets a modern lift, as traditional furniture shapes, including many antiques, are updated with bold patterns, playful scale, and thoughtful palettes. Each suite has an individual look, though many share similar furnishings upholstered in their own colors and fabrics. So for frequent travelers, each visit to the Haymarket will be a new experience. From the black, white and yellow lobby with its captivating Tony Cragg sculpture to the "Soholistic" gym with its sleek 60-foot pool lit by ever-changing colored lights, you feel a bit as if you're sightseeing without stepping out onto the streets of London. Take a tour when you read more.