Discover and dream your way through our selection of stunning
unusual and exciting hotels in locations all over the world
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This 20-suite luxury lodge is located on Australia’s Tasmanian Coast adjacent to Coles Bay and overlooking the beautiful Freycinet Peninsula. The name “Saffire” comes from the abundance of sapphires found in Tasmania. Just a two-minute walk from the beach, the Saffire is striking in appearance; the organic roof is constructed ...
No-one goes to galleries to view art these days. In fact, everyone who takes art and design seriously knows that to truly appreciate art you have to live with it. But even if we can afford the best art, we can only choose to live with a few select pieces. ...
Located in downtown Sydney near to the famous Rocks area with views of the Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge; like a boomerang, you will want to return again and again. The hotel nearly occupies the exact spot where Captain Arthur Phillip first stepped onto the shore to establish Australia’s ...
At first glance, it looks like this hotel is a victim of flooding – half submerged in Lake Mälaren. The foundations, driven into the lake bed, have been made to look as if they are the ground floor of a house creating a cunning illusion. You are delivered to this ...
Hong Kong is one of the world’s financial centres and is chock-full of infinite luxury so Traders Hotel must be pretty special to stand out against such still competition. And it does. It is situated right in the centre of the city. Near the galleries, business district and party hubs. ...
By 1874 it became clear that a lighthouse was needed to mark the entrance to San Francisco Bay. The US government, unable to find a suitable location for the lighthouse, took over East Brother Island. Using dynamite to level the island, they built a lighthouse that remains there to this ...
Minimalism meets reclaimed structures in a pretty Japanese harbor. Visionary architects, Yasutaka Yoshimura have based their design for chic holiday cottages on ship’s containers. The containers are stacked on top of each other to create two floors. One end is all glass and the walls are white to reflect light ...