Discover and dream your way through our selection of stunning unusual and exciting hotels in locations all over the world revealed in High Definition.
Concrete Hotels
Shiroiya Hotel - Japanese Minimalism Meets Contemporary Art
'21apr13
Shiroiya  
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Maebashi, the city of water, greenery, and poets, has seen a remarkable transformation from silk manufacturing to pioneer Japan's modernization. Shiroiya Hotel has seen a similar metamorphosis from a Japanese ryokan (inn) with 300 years of history into an inspirational contemporary creation. The original inn's rough concrete walls remind its …
Accommodation types: Design   Industrial
Location: Maebashi  Japan  East Asia
The Waterhouse At South Bund - The Love For Visible Concrete In Shanghai
'16jun6
The Waterhouse  
at South Bund
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While the exterior of the Waterhouse lacks shine and sparkle, the interior rooms of this hotel are sleek and modern, decorated in crisp whites and light wood. The industrial exterior of this hotel, located in Shanghai, comes from its former life as a warehouse, dating back to the 1930s. It …
Accommodation types: Design   Industrial
Location: Shanghai  China  East Asia
Euromast - The Observatory Tower In Rotterdam Where Rooms Might Rock A Little
'15nov11
Euromast  
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Your room is 112 meters high in the famous Euromast tower in Rotterdam. Decorated in elegant 60s style, the building is designed to bend a bit in strong winds, so you may even feel your room rocking slightly. The room reflects the era when the tower was built, the 1960s; …
Accommodation types: Tower
Hix Island House - Exposed Concrete Minimalism In Puerto Rico
'15jun12
Hix Island  
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The Hix Island House is centrally located on the Island of Vieques, just southeast of the Puerto Rican mainland. Only a 20-minute flight from the capital of San Juan, this truly unique destination allows guests to return to nature in a beautifully designed hotel that incorporates natural elements of the …
Accommodation types: Design   Eco-Friendly   Nature
Museumotel - The Future As It Was In The 1960s
'13jul5
Museumotel  
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Created in the 1960s as a vision of future living, these quirky concrete cottages are certainly unusual. The buildings are examples of the “concrete veil” style of architecture that sought to create cheap, functional, and aesthetic houses. The idea was to build a future utopian society. Today the area is …
Accommodation types: Design   Nature