Discover and dream your way through our selection of stunning
unusual and exciting hotels in locations all over the world
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No Man’s Fort is a place for someone who wants to get away from it all... and have it all. Impossible? Well, this private island resort outside Portsmouth is one of Britain’s most secluded hotels, but it might also be one of its most entertaining with five bars, a cabaret ...
With a 360° rooftop terrace overlooking the Berlin Zoo, this trendy German hotel designed by Werner Aisslinger is a neat option for travelers with a sense of adventure and whimsy. While the name implies a bikini-clad dress code, rumor has it that the moniker actually comes from the third floor ...
'15dec4Kadir’s Top Tree
Imagine the ideal beach with its perfect community of backpackers. Now if that all happened in Turkey then you will find something similar to Kadir’s. The treehouses are modern yet rustic with air-conditioning and bathrooms. You could also stay in a beach bungalow. There is a pizza house, night club, ...
Situated at the southern end of the Strip, the Luxor Hotel has long been a famous landmark of Las Vegas, attracting international travelers and celebrities alike by projecting its beam of light into the night sky. Although it has retained its unique architecture, the Luxor has moved away from the ...
*I’m going to Miami* Located in Brickell Avenue, the money district of Miami, this hotel is aimed at the business elite but is still near to the interesting parts of the town. Swim in the 300-foot infinity pool and then wash up at the poolside bar and fireplace. Like chess ...
*Champion of Downtown* The Wit Hotel has an enviable location on the corner of State and Lake near to Chicago’s business district, theatre town and Millennium Park. The 27-story building was built in 2009 and reflects the vibrancy of the local area with a kickass lightning bolt running the length ...
*Adults Only* Where in the world would a nightclub and hotel merge to create a hotel-club hybrid with an open air dance floor, pool and music stage? Ibiza of course. Feel like a king or queen of the night as you view the party from your own private balcony. The ...
Palm Springs is an American resort popular with celebrities and people who with a passion for living. The Saguaro stands in the resort with a youthful colour scheme inspired by desert flowers. Famous architects, Stamberg Aferiat designed the colours and interiors and used the rainbow as a concept that flows ...
This hotel is so cool it looks like an ice cube. See it appear to float around the husk of an old apartment block. Completely rejuvenated now, of course. It looks this way because it is wrapped in frosted glass and, at night, it glows like a lantern. Inside, the ...
'12oct30Blow Up Hall
Blow Up Hall 50/50 is a complex which includes a restaurant, art gallery and hotel. It commissioned its hallmark installation to be designed by crucial artist, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer who is one of the top digital artists in the world. He is a BAFTA prize-winner and his work has appeared in ...
This hotel was first conceived as a place for a group of friends to live together. Then they decided to make it into a hotel where everything is made by the darlings of Berlin’s burgeoning art scene. So expect the unexpected. The hotel rule book has been cut up and ...
Famous for its ‘mood rooms’ – this is Stockholm’s foremost design hotel. Its rooms are fitted with lighting designed to inspire moods and create atmospheres – like lighting a candle and dimming the lights - only more awesome. You can choose ‘relaxing blue’, ‘refreshing green’ or ‘pulsing red’ and adjust ...
The tourist industry in Cascais has had a great time recently. This gorgeous medieval village boasts a fine location that has long been used as a getaway for the rich and famous. The top real estate here is the old aristocratic mansions that lie on rocky outcrops, high above the ...
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 ...