Have you ever wanted to stay in a beautiful Design Boutique Hotel? Well here’s five interesting options.
The Opposite House – Beijing.
This Opposite House is situated in the heart of Beijing and contrasts the traditions of Chinese culture with exciting modernist design. Boasting ninety eight studio apartments, as well as a pent house suite spread over two floors. Each of the spaces uses solid oak flooring, extensive natural lighting and spa style bathrooms to evoke a feeling of simple yet luxuriant indulgence.
21c Museum Hotel – Louisville
Housed in a renovated 19th century Bourbon and Tobacco Factory, 21c Museum Hotel attempts to combine the traditional designer boutique Hotel with a contemporary art museum and an award winning restaurant. With ninety carefully appointed rooms, its keen to offer its visitors a culturally rewarding alternative to the traditional hotel experience. Coupling the originality of its art work with the more conventional qualities of its rooms.
Hotel Sezz – Paris
The Hotel Sezz has all the hall marks of a designer boutique hotel but employs a philosophy and approach to customer care that sets it apart. Positioned a stones throw from the Eiffel Tower and Trocadero, Hotel Sezz offers its guests a personal assistant to guide them throughout their stay. Offering twenty six rooms styled in a classical French manner the Hotel Sezz attempts to simplify the designer boutique hotel experience.
Alila Villas Uluwtu – Pecatu
Alila Villas Uluwatu in Pecatu, Bali is an innovative boutique hotel that aims to seamlessly combine internal and external spaces. All of its rooms have an open plan design, private pool area and outside dinning facilities that aim to compliment and enhance the islands natural beauty. This designer boutique hotel also follows an environmentally sustainable framework that attempts to lessen the impact the hotel has on its surroundings.
The Pantone Hotel Brussels – Bruxelles
The Pantone Hotel is a colourfully designed space in the centre of Brussels business quarter. The hotel offers large and extra large rooms, each with a minimalist design offset by vibrant and vivid colour scheme. The Pantone offers state of the art accommodation with a colourful modernist twist.