Beautiful Design Hotels of the World.
There are millions of different hotels around the world. All of them are completely different and unique. Some of the hotels are cozy and modest, while other are luxurious and very expensive. But there is also another category of the hotels. Those hotels that at a glance are looking just breathtaking.
The hotel industry is one of the most dynamically developing elements of the tourism business in absolutely every country of the world, without exception. Most tourists pay considerable attention to the choice of suitable hotels for their vacations. However, the selection criteria are numerous. Therefore, it is difficult for a modern holiday-maker to choose a particular hotel that will meet all of his needs. One of these criteria is the beauty and splendor of the interior and the appearance of the hotel and as well as its comfort.
So, it doesn’t matter if you’re looking for a Motel in Florence, Oregon where you will feel cozy and comfortable or planning an expensive vacation overseas, your main criteria is to feel your self-home. I have picked for you an incredible collection of the best design hotels of the World, so you can find the inspiration and start your vacation right away.
1. Hotel “The Exchange.”
Adress: Damrak 50, 1012 LL Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Every guest of the hotel appearing in their room, sooner or later undress. The creators of this hotel were inspired by the opposite idea – to dress up. Owners of the hotel offered to the students of the textile institute to create a special outfit for the each hotel room. Students imagined that every hotel room is a model and they needed to sew an outfit for it. Depending on its complexity and the value of materials that were used for the design creation, the rooms received a different number of stars and, of course, the price.
2. “25hours Hotel”, Hafen City.
Adress: Überseeallee 5, 20457 Hamburg, Germany.
The hotel is located in HafenCity – the former port of Hamburg, which in the last ten years has transformed into the hub of “starry” architecture. It was built by the Hamburg architect Stephen Williams The designer fully exploits the theme of the cargo port: the floor in the foyer is arranged in the same way as it is usually drawn in the cargo warehouse to arrange the containers. An architect installed an original steel container with a conference room inside. The guest’s luggage is transporting on rough storage trolleys. The hotel rooms are designed in a classics style with a beautiful wooden furniture of the middle of the XX century.
3. Hotel “Indigo,” Shanghai On The Bund.
Address: 585 Zhongshan East 2nd Rd, Huangpu Qu, Shanghai Shi, China, 200000
The first hotel in Asia was opened late last year on the embankment of the Bund – Shanghai Champs Elysees (Hotel Indigo is a chain of boutique hotels).
The HBA design bureau did not follow the well-trodden path: this time you will find nothing from the art deco and the restrained bourgeois-ness with which the Bund is usually associated. The project is an explosive mixture of colors, epochs, different styles, and materials. The brutality of the concrete, rusty metal, and black marble softens the natural wood and bright carpets; the European designer furniture is combined with the traditional local furniture, as well as things found on the streets and turned into the art objects.
4. “Yes!” Hotels.
Address: Filellinon 16, Athina 105 57, Greece.
An armchair made of the leather rags or the old stuffed toys, a wardrobe made from the mirror fragments – the furniture designed by the Campana brothers is quite a particular choice. An armchair made of the leather rags or the old stuffed toys, a wardrobe made from the mirror fragments – the furniture designed by the Campana brothers is quite a particular choice. But this furniture has a unique brutal appeal. Providing design ideas for the “Yes! Hotels”, Brazilians have decided not to change their style.
Address: Edeforsvägen 2A, 960 24 Harads, Sweden
The hotel on the tree is not surprising anymore, in the recent few years, they have grown like the mushrooms after the rain. But the Swedish Treehotel is unique. Firstly, this hotel is located in a real wilderness, almost beyond the Arctic Circle, and can host only two people, so the seclusion is guaranteed. And secondly, instead of the traditional hut, the architects from Tham & Videgård Arkitekter designed a lightweight aluminum cube with mirrored walls.
Those hotels are not expensive as they may seem to you. I have created this collection so you can learn that unique design hotels can be found all over the world and if you would like to find one in the US – Motel in Florence, Oregon is one of those. By the way, Florence in Oregon is a perfect weekend getaway or your next vacation destination.