We love golf resorts, but rarely do we choose them for their high style. In this case, though, golf is the bonus at a property worthy of its own museum. In a tranquil setting in the Beskydy Mountains flanking the 36-hole Čeladná Golf Course (home to the European PGA Tour Czech Open), Miura Hotel wows guests upon arrival with its linear architecture featuring weathered steel sheets, purple glass, plenty of concrete and larger-than-life sculptures by David Černý. Inside this 44-room hotel, guests learn about the house art collection from the dedicated Art Navigator, which offers insight into works by Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst, Jean-Michel Basquiat and other luminaries. The hotel also offers plenty of creature comforts, including a spa, a dramatic onyx bar and a house restaurant serving seasonal Czech cuisine.