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The most avant-garde city in the world, Berlin, is now home to the weirdest hotel in the world: Propeller Island City Lodge. Hand-made down to the last door-handle by artist, Lars Stroschen, staying here is a really unique experience. You could be sleeping in a floating bed or one of ...
Popular with travelers and drunk business men, the Japanese capsule hotel has caught imaginations all around the world and this is the original – first opening its doors in 1979. You will need to put your shoes away and change into slippers on arrival and then you are shown to ...
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No, this isn’t where Neo stays in The Matrix. This is a hotel designed to be used by one person or one couple at a time. Not only do you have the only room to yourself, but the lobby, the restaurant, the terrace, the hot tub are all your private ...
A thousand tropical birds call the colours of the rainbow. Friendly monkeys scamper in ancient trees past low-hanging sloths through farms of butterflies. These are the sights and sounds that greet you as you walk across a jungle catwalk, 70 feet high in the Amazon treetops. You are making your ...
F.A.S.T (Free Architecture Surf Terrain) is an alternative surfing community that has a hostel, an all-summer beach party and a number of ‘survival capsules’. These originally came from an off-shore oil rig and are now available to stay in. There are a few pods you can choose from, each with ...
The Verana Spa is carved into lush jungle overlooking a beach that sits like a blessing next to the lazy ocean. Designed by Hollywood set designers, your sense of adventure is tingled from the moment the jungle parts to reveal the ‘primitive chic’ spa (you may want to play the ...
Set in beautiful Tuscany this lovingly restored 14th Century villa is a haven of warm tiles, bare beams and stunning aesthetics. Acclaimed artist, Anna Izzo set out to create a hotel with soul allowing you to stay inside a living, breathing work of art. Vibrant contemporary artworks merge with medieval ...
The Kasbah du Toubkal was conceived more as a Berber hospitality centre than a hotel. It was designed to be eco-friendly and sustainable; 5% of all profits go direct to local villages making education a reality for the young people who live there. Originally, the summer home of a local ...
The Limes Hotel in Brisbane, Australia is the peak of chic. Alexander Lotersztain, an award-winning local artist, designed the interior to be minimalist yet striking and it buzzes with contemporary energy. The hotel fits right into its up-and-coming neighborhood, just minutes from Brisbane’s central business district. It has a rooftop ...
The magnificent Tschuggen Grand Hotel sits high in the snow-capped Graubünden Mountains - home to some of the greatest slopes and most beautiful landscapes in the world. This multi-award winning establishment is furnished with beautiful materials and furniture by luxury designer, Carlo Rampazzi. When you have finished settling in you ...