For example, the Conrad New York's lobby is home to a dramatic, 13-story Sol LeWitt painting titled "Loopy Doopy." "Art in a hotel is no longer just for decoration," said the Conrad's general manager, Marlene Poynder. "It is now a voice that builds a hotel's identity and sets it apart from the rest." Alice Gray Stites, 21c Museum's director and chief curator, said, "Today's travelers seek more than just a comfortable bed and warm meal. They are looking for meaningful experiences that connect them to communities and engage them with new ideas. Learning is the new luxury." Get the full story at Travel Weekly