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Amongst the dizzying colours and sounds of Singapore’s Chinatown, you’ll find an oasis of quiet in monochrome. Hotel Mono is housed in six heritage shophouses and it retains some of the original architectural elements, such as huge Rococo windows and a stunning intricate facade. But there is a twist. Unlike ...
Looking at the facade of the Spanish country house where Les Cols Pavellons, Girona, is based, you might think that this is a lovely but nothing-out-of-ordinary place. Nothing more wrong! The historic building hides five high-concept glass rooms that feature architectural design out of this world. The rooms are entirely ...
Located in a remote part of the beautiful Ise-Shima National Park in Japan, Amanemu is a hidden luxury retreat. The resort overlooks Ago Bay, known as the Bay of Pearls, and is surrounded by lush forests and golf courses. The architecture of Amanemu is a true celebration of minimalism. Inspired ...
The capsule hotels, originally introduced in Japan, are finally taking off in Europe to great satisfaction of those who value good price and privacy. inBox Capsule Hotel in St. Petersburg skillfully combines modern interiors, comfort and clever use of space to provide you with your own personal space for very ...
You might not get views of Sydney opera house, or herds of wilderbeast sweeping majestically across the plains, but you do get a good night’s sleep in Singapore’s chic answer to the Japanese pod hotels. Each pod is luxuriously accommodated with a 300 thread-count sateen cotton sheets, fluffy duvet and ...
Based in Poland’s western city of Wrocław, the Puro Hotel is urban, sleek, chic and minimalistic – perfect for those looking for a hip place to crash in one of Poland’s most charming cities. Conveniently located, Puro Hotel is set in the heart of the city that’s nicknamed the “Venice ...
Derived from the Sanskrit word for “peace” and the Dzongkha word for “circular pilgrimage,” the Amankora lodges scattered through the peaks and valleys of Bhutan embody the base meanings of both words. This series of five lodges are nestled in the kingdom of Bhutan, which is situated between Tibet and ...
Minimalism and style along with luxury and simplicity are the hallmarks of Vienna’s own Hotel Daniel Vienna. The hotel is relatively new, but has been providing its guests with amazing experiences since its doors opened in ’11. The hotel’s building was chosen because of its historical substance and the fact ...
The El Faro Beach Hotel is just a short walk from the Pacific Ocean and right at the entrance of the National Park if you are in the mood for a hike in the dense nature. The hotel was built from blocks of sea containers. The construction time using these ...
The Wiesergut Hotel is located in Saalbach-Hinterglemm in Austria. For the last several centuries, the area has been defined by farms and mountains and those lovely sights are still available. The architecture is archaic while the décor is minimalist, creating a nice feeling of relaxation. For the interiors, expect untreated ...
*Move over New York for Moscow’s Golden Apple* This is Moscow's first boutique hotel and it is jam-packed with sizzling décor. There is a giant golden apple in the glasshouse lobby and every floor has a different colour-scheme with the seven floors corresponding to the colours of the rainbow. The ...
Armani Hotel Dubai is located in the prestigious Burj Khalifa skyscraper in Dubai which is the tallest building in the world standing at 2723 ft / 828 m. You can avoid the crowds by accessing the hotel easily via the exclusive entrance. Everything is made by Giorgio Armani from the ...
Ok, so you can enter this Venetian boutique hotel in a gondola, sailing in under the portcullis into the kind of mysterious tunnel you might expect to find Cardinal Richelieu doing something crafty in; but luckily for you, this is not revolutionary France, this is modern day Venice and you ...
Minimalism meets reclaimed structures in a pretty Japanese harbour. 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 ...