For those who like travelling and staying in the most fashionable accommodations, we have the perfect hotel list for you. From the magnificent hotel Beekman Hotel in New York to the stunning 1888 Hotel in Sydney, here are 10 of the most stylish hotels around the world!
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Soho House Chicago
Housed in a warehouse that dates back to 1907, Soho House is industrial chic at its finest. The rugged exposed bricks, pipes and distressed wood floors are softened by elegant touches like sparkling chandeliers, velvety chairs and scores of natural light, both in the comfy lobby and 40 bedrooms.
La Réserve Paris Hotel and Spa
This is a space that feels more like the bourgeois home of a Parisian millionaire (such as its last owner, the fashion designer Pierre Cardin) than a hotel. As a hotel, french architect and interiors Jacques Garcia has blended Belle Époque–style detailing with clean-lined modern luxury.
With the casual opulence and views — of both city and lake — to match, the interior designed by Tara Bernerd shamelessly embodies buzzwords like “bespoke” and “curated” in an aesthetic that makes ample use of velvet, polished leather and dark wood.
The Bungalows at Hotel ZaZa Dallas
Hotel ZaZa was the pioneer of the concept suite, offering swanky themed rooms to guests looking for a more intimate — and exciting — stay. No two are alike: design elements include a vintage trunk lid from a 1960’s Volkswagen Beetle, an egg-shaped freestanding tub by Victoria + Albert, and life-size fiberglass-and-pâpier maché sculptures of women scattered throughout.
Its current design was entrusted to the architect Antonio Girardi, who balances Renaissance reverence and contemporary design, employing gray and brown hues in the building’s décor and velvet, brick and wood throughout. It was once a 17th-century palace.
At first glance, Pod 39’s rooftop lounge colors and textures transport us to Tulum or Marrakech. The Batik pillow-strewn turquoise banquettes and rustic stone walls sets the mood.
The hotel was built around a seven-metre-high internal atrium, which features two custom-made glass elevators and a living tree. Its ninety rooms are rolled out in eight different sizes – from the fifteen-square-metre “Shoebox” to the thirty-six-square-metre party palace “The Williamson,” complete with its own private entry and cocktail bar.
The Beekman Hotel
An historic 1880s office building in lower Manhattan, restored and transformed into a hotel by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio and GKV Architects. The tower at 5 Beekman Street contains some of lower Manhattan’s most magnificent interiors (including one of KOKET´s iconic pieces – the Mandy stool), its nine-level atrium framed by Victorian railings and topped by a pyramidal skylight.
Tcherassi Hotel + Spa
Colombian fashion designer Silvia Tcherassi has extended her sophisticated aesthetic to this 250-year-old mansion. Each of the seven oversized rooms has an open tropical feel and come with wood-beamed ceilings, artful touches such as bedspreads designed from dress labels, and walk-out balconies that look at the inner courtyards of the tiled roofs and flowering terraces of the Centro Historico.
Rosewood Hotel London
Built in 1914 by H. Percy Monckton, the Belle Époque Edwardian building was re-opened in 2013 as one of London’s most luxurious five-star hotels. The interior designer Tony Chi has respected the building’s Edwardian heritage in his scheme for its 306 spacious rooms and suites, with elaborate moulding on the walls, button-backed chairs and ottomans and an all-pervading sense of luxuriousness.
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