Discover that marvelous hotel designs from London, Istanbul, New York, Barcelona, and Paris!
Are you ready to travel all over the world? We’ve made a list for you! Here are our favorite design hotels. When you see them you want to stay there. Prepare your luggage and be ready for travel !
The House Hotel Bomonti / Istanbul
Refined industrial details, concrete floors, natural stones, elegant marble touches, soft furniture, and carefully selected artwork combine to create The House Hotel Bomonti’s sophisticated, contemporary look. A specially curated series of artworks by local talent, designed to complement the neighborhood, brings vitality and allure to the hotel while connecting it to the local scene.
Sir Victor Hotel / Barcelona
Suspended spherical lighting, padded banquettes, an oversized carrara marble pool table, and an oak-floor reception area set a bright, playful tone, while dark walnut furniture, beveled marble, black leather, and copper surfaces create a rich, stimulating palette.
Dorset Square Hotel, Firmdale Hotels / London
Colorful furniture pieces make bold statements while high-quality materials and exquisite craftsmanship immerse guests in luxury.The reacquired Dorset Square Hotel has a special charm thanks to the fact that it resides in a beautiful Regency Townhouse. The 38 individually designed bedrooms come in all shapes and sizes, including quaint attic rooms complete with sloping rooftops.
Le Roch Hotel & Spa / Paris
Clean lines, soft colors, and aesthetic balance were of prime importance when it came to designing the interiors of Le Roch. In crafting the interiors of Le Roch, celebrated local designer Sarah Lavoine turned to a soft, pastel-hued palette, simple lines, authentic materials, and the elegance of a timeless design. From Carrera marble, solid walnut wood flooring, and Kaldewei bathtubs and basins, to Ressource paints and furniture made by Cassina or by Lavoine herself, the hotel has been elegantly appointed with a discerning eye to detail and balance.
The Ludlow Hotel / New York City
The Ludlow came to be when MacPherson, Drukier, and Born rescued a derelict building that had been abandoned by its original developers after the financial crash. Thanks to its solid brick façade and factory casement windows, the structure fits seamlessly into its historic locale.
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