Discover and dream your way through our selection of stunning unusual and exciting hotels in locations all over the world revealed in High Definition.
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El Nido de  
Quetzalcóatl
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Javier Senosiain was the first Mexican architect to introduce organic architecture in his country. One of his first creations was the Casa Orgánica, a bio house with curvy surfaces wherever you look and a green roof. Then in 2007, he completed his masterpiece in Naucalpan, the Nido de Quetzalcoatl (Quetzalcoatl's …
Accommodation types: Art   Concept
Volkshotel  
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Inspired perhaps by the success of Volkswagen, which sells millions of personal cars to a wide range of groups, Volkshotel is an open house for everyone. From a typical tourist looking forward to smelling colorful tulips or freshly rolled joints to local entrepreneurs sitting down for a coffee hoping to …
Accommodation types: Design
Fairmont Le Château  
Frontenac
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The Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac is undeniably one of the most striking buildings of Québec City's famous skyline. The castle towers over the picturesque old town sitting high on a hill, and it was recently added to the prestigious UNESCO World Heritage List. The castle is named after Louis de …
Accommodation types: Castle   Chateau   Luxury
Villa Copenhagen  
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The hotel consists of a total of 390 rooms spread over 269,098 sqft (25,000 sqm). The classic building was formerly Denmark's main post office and telegram center. It was built in 1912 and served as a communication base in Scandinavia when the mailing was via horses. In recent times, the …
Accommodation types: Design
Wieliczka  
Salt Mine
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The salt mine in Wieliczka is a significant tourist attraction and is visited yearly by over a million people. Operation of the mine ceased in 1996, after over 750 years of continuous operation. It's one of Europe's oldest salt mines and consists of a labyrinth of tunnels of over 124 …
Accommodation types: Underground
Stonefield Villa  
Resort
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The Stonefield Villa Resort is located near the town of Soufriere and the Jalousie Plantation Beach and has phenomenal views of the world-famous Pitons, the two volcano peaks. Stonefield Villa Resort is not only a tropical place to visit but also has a rich history. Stonefield was originally a plantation …
Accommodation types: Luxury   Nature
Hotel Marcel  
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The Hungarian-born Marcel Breuer was a modernist architect and furniture designer who learned his skills at the world-famous Bauhaus art school. Some of his most notable designs were in Brutalist architecture style. In 1970 a fine example of Brutalism was erected in the neighborhood of Long Wharf in New Haven, …
Accommodation types: Design   Eco-Friendly
Location: New Haven  USA  North America
Ahwahnee  
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In the heart of one of California's most famous valleys lies a hotel so magnificent and robust that it was recreated for one of the world's scariest movies. Welcome to the Ahwahnee Hotel, which opened its doors in 1927. Timberline Lodge is known for appearing as Overlook Hotel's exterior in …
Accommodation types: Heritage   Nature