13 Best Minimalist Hotels In The World
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13 Best Minimalist Hotels
In The World

Over-styled, flashy hotels make your head spinning? If so, check out this list of 13 best minimalist hotels! You will find places around the world that will soothe your senses with simple design and satisfy even the most demanding taste for excellent detail.

13. The Pod Singapore – Boutique Capsule Hotel With A 5-Star Hotel Feel

You might not necessarily associate capsule hotels with luxury, but the Pod Singapore will change your mind. With immaculate minimalist design, marble sinks and lush sateen bedding, this boutique hotel makes up the scarce space with a touch of indulgence.

The Pod Singapore –  Boutique Capsule Hotel With A 5-Star Hotel Feel

12. Anemolia Villa – Traditional Japanese Inn With Modern Remake

When traditional Greek architecture meets modern design, a minimalist masterpiece is born. Anemolia Villa is a whitewashed stone building which was brought to life by contemporary lighting and designer furniture to make a peaceful and quiet holiday space.

Anemolia Villa  –  Traditional Japanese Inn With Modern Remake

11. The Beaumont Hotel – Stay In Minimalist ROOM Sculpture By Antony Gormley

The Beaumont Hotel in London boasts a very unique hotel suite. Designed in 2014 by the artist Antony Gormley, the Gormley Suite is an outworldly looking bedroom consisting only of the dark wooden walls and a levitating bed. This one is something for real minimalism connoisseurs: the room is almost perfectly soundproof so you can expect an aural minimalism as well as the visual.

The Beaumont Hotel  – Stay In Minimalist ROOM Sculpture By Antony Gormley

10. Pedras Salgadas – Forest Huts Reinvented With Minimalist Twist

These eco huts in Portugal are unlike anything you’ve seen before. The ultra modern cuboid structures at Pedras Salgadas fit surprisingly well with the beautiful forest they are set in and expose you to the beauty of the surroundings in the most unexpected ways.

Pedras Salgadas  – Forest Huts Reinvented With Minimalist Twist

9. Atelier Sul Mare – Italian Design Concept Combining A Hotel And An Art Gallery

With rooms pushing the boundaries of traditional hotel art, Atelier Sul Mare is certainly not a place for everyone. You might find yourself staying in an all-aluminium room, a clay cave or a completely black bedroom, but whichever one it is, it will be quite an experience. Each of the Art Rooms has been designed by a different artist and carries unique meanings and stories.

Atelier Sul Mare  –  Italian Design Concept Combining A Hotel And An Art Gallery

8. Distrito Capital – Minimalist Oasis In Busy Mexico City

Set on a 28th floor of Mexico City skyscraper, Distrito Capital promises an incredible panorama of the city. The interiors, however, are no less interesting with sculptures by Thomas Glassford and designer furniture kept in raw materials and dark tones.

Distrito Capital  –  Minimalist Oasis In Busy Mexico City

7. Kirini Hotel Santorini – Greek Hotel Inspired By Local Cycladic Architecture

Kirini Hotel Santorini is all whites and blues creating the ultimate seaside space. The hotel has been inspired by Cycladic architecture on the island and maintains an almost entirely white aesthetic.

Kirini Hotel Santorini   – Greek Hotel Inspired By Local Cycladic Architecture

6. 9 Hours Capsule Hotel – Japanese Capsule Hotel That Only Lets You Stay 9 Hours

9 Hours Capsule Hotel might be the most pragmatic approach to hotel industry in the history. They decided that all you need for sleep and shower is 9 hours so that’s exactly for how long you get your capsule bedroom! Despite (or perhaps because of) the practicality of the owners, 9 Hours is an aesthetic achievement. With all-white interiors, obsessive symmetry and ever-present LED light it has a dystopian feel to it.

9 Hours Capsule Hotel  –  Japanese Capsule Hotel That Only Lets You Stay 9 Hours

5. Amanemu – Wooden Villas Inspired By Traditional Japanese Architecture

Made with stone, wood and bamboo, the Amanemu villas are all about tasteful minimalism and close connection to nature. They combine ultra-modern style with influences from traditional village houses to create a relaxing space among nature.

Amanemu  –  Wooden Villas Inspired By Traditional Japanese Architecture

4. Fujiya Ginzan – Traditional Japanese Inn With Modern Remake

This 350 year old inn has been revamped to meet contemporary needs but it kept the traditional Japanese minimalist aesthetic. The main element in all of Fujiya Ginzan’s interiors is the skilful use of light and space to achieve harmony and tranquility. The onsen (hot spring) baths are the highlight here with almost-transparent stained glass and delicate bamboo screens creating a healing soft light perfect for a bath session.

Fujiya Ginzan  –  Traditional Japanese Inn With Modern Remake

3. The New Monte Rosa Hut – Aluminium Mountain Hut In The Swiss Alps

Being self-sufficient for water and electricity, The New Monte Rosa Hut is an astonishing example of eco design. Apart from its sustainability, the minimalist glass and aluminium structure creates a unique sight in the mountain landscape. A minimalist design perfectly fitting the desolate snow desert surrounding it!

The New Monte Rosa Hut  –  Aluminium Mountain Hut In The Swiss Alps

2. Null Stern Hotel – Zero Star Art Hotel Which Is All About You

As a comment on the popular over-styled hotels, artists Frank and Patrik Riklin created a hotel space in a Swiss bunker that was as basic as possible. Instead of flashy interiors, Null Stern Hotel offered 24h butler service, because “the only star is you”. Unfortunately, this minimalist treat is no longer operating, but if the brothers ever start a new project you'll definitely read about it here!

Null Stern Hotel  –  Zero Star Art Hotel Which Is All About You

1. Juvet Landscape Hotel – Hotel Decorated With Nature Views

At Juvet Landscape Hotel, the beautiful nature of Norwegian wilderness plays the leading role. The hotel is part of the recent movement of landscape hotels – architecture that highlights the surroundings instead of concealing them. The simple glass and metal huts are meant to invite the views right into your bedroom creating an almost fully immersive experience. Interestingly, the Juvet Landscape Hotel was the shooting location for the sci-fi thriller Ex Machina. If you're a film fan, you should check out this list of movie hotels you can stay at.

Juvet Landscape Hotel  –  Hotel Decorated With Nature Views
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