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10 hotels with proper x-factor

10 hotels with the little extra.

10 hotels with proper x-factor

There are many spectacular hotels around the world. Propeller Island City Lodge in Berlin is definitely something for itself. Here each room is a work of art in itself.

The trendy New York hotel in Rotterdam is another mellow accommodation. These hotels have not yet come on our list.

Here is a list of ten hotels that have provided the housing editor with inspirational interior ideas:

1. Armani Hotel in Dubai

An impressive hotel is the Armani Hotel Dubai, located in the world’s tallest building, Burj Khalifa.

Here Giorgio Armani brings us a little closer to the design sky. It is literally the top of luxury. 828 meters in steel, concrete, aluminum and glass.

A giant falloss symbol in the middle of Dubai, where the king has thus been allowed to unfold.

10 hotels with proper x-factor

AWESOME: Armani Hotel Dubai occupies only a small part of the huge skyscraper, yet has a total of 160 rooms available. In addition to the full eight restaurants, outlets and spa. Photo: Armani Hotel Dubai

10 hotels with proper x-factor

SCREEN: Giorgio Armani’s clothes are commonly referred to as pure and tailor-made in the expression. The interior of the hotel is based on the same philosophy. Photo: Armani Hotel Dubai

10 hotels with proper x-factor

ITALIAN DESIGN: Armani Hotel Dubai is located in the world’s tallest building, Burj Khalifa. Here the dress king has been allowed to unfold. Photo: Armani Hotel Dubai

Giorgio Armani’s clothes are commonly referred to as pure and tailor-made in the expression.

The interior of the hotel is based on the same philosophy.

2. Quality Spa & Resort on Norefjell

You must not go abroad to stay in a hotel with a completed interior concept.

At Quality Spa & Resort Norefjell, you can literally bathe in innovative interior details.

The hotel was ranked first in Norway’s best interior category last year. A distribution organized by Designers Saturday.

“A hotel without a hotel prank. International, but at the same time both Scandinavian and local characteristic, “said the reasoning.

10 hotels with proper x-factor

PRICE: Hotel in Norefjell with a thoughtful interior concept. The price for Norway’s best interior 2011 went by the hotel. Photo: Quality Spa and Resort Norefjell

10 hotels with proper x-factor

LUN HULE: The bathroom at Quality Spa & Resort Norefjell will provide associations to mountain and mountain water, according to interior designer Vigdis Bergh. The bath is black and on the floor is a gray brick. Photo: Quality Spa and Resort Norefjell

The jury meant the many elements and the variations that have been used are performed with great skill within a comprehensive framework.

10 hotels with proper x-factor

The world’s most romantic hotel room

3. Hotel Lone in Croatia

Hotel Lone reminds me of a stranded luxury cruise ship, but in the interior they have avoided most shards in the sea, says interior designer Bernt A. Pedersen in Experience Design.

Lone is located in the tourist area of ​​Monte Mulini, a kind of green oasis in the Croatian coastal town of Rovinj. It is by far the first hotel in Croatia to become a member of Designhotels.com

– The hotel’s façade has the shape of the pipe on the boat. The proverb language can also provide certain associations to the Guggenheim Museum in New York, despite the fact that the shape slopes inward rather than beyond, as at Guggenheim, Pedersen says to Bonytt. no

“Less is more” appears to be a keyword for the interior. There are few, but simple colors and materials used. Oak is a review theme that softens everything white, continues Pedersen.

4. Hotel Q in Berlin

10 hotels with proper x-factor

CRUISE FOR COUNTRY CRABTS: Hotel Lone in Croatia is an innovative design hotel. The architecture is reminiscent of buildings you have seen earlier, and has clear ship references. Photo: Design hotels.com

10 hotels with proper x-factor

CRUISE CONTROL: The airy lounge gives you a cool reception on hot days. ¿The dark, coke-gray walls in the interior creates contrasts with the white; The small color schemes are effective, and appear like tasteful drops in the interior, says interior designer Bernt A. Pedersen. Photo: Design hotels.com

10 hotels with proper x-factor

FUNCTION: The ship deck design gives all rooms large windows and elongated verandas. To give the guests a maritime natural experience, has been important to the architects Photo: Designhotels.com

Berlin is a design conscious city. Hotel Q in Berlin is part of the range of trendy accommodations.

10 hotels with proper x-factor

Is this the world’s most beautiful spa?

Here you want to offer futuristic shapes with simple elegance. The hotel is located in Kurfürstendamm, popularly known as Ku’damm, a 3.5 km long street in the Charlottenburg district, centrally located in Berlin.

It was developed by owner Wolfgang Loock, who, together with the worldwide architectural office Graft, has wanted to give a taste of the future.

The hotel should have the ability to seduce and experiment with old habits and inspire new rituals, according to the architectural office. The bathroom is in any case something out of the ordinary.

5. Tree hotel in Harads, Sweden

The concept hotel in Harads outside Luleå, northern Sweden has received a lot of attention for its mildly airy rooms.

The Swedes have built design hotels in the tree tops.

10 hotels with proper x-factor

ACCOMMODATION: The hotel Q in Berlin has 77 rooms and fits into the range of trendy accommodations in Berlin. Photo: Design hotels.com

10 hotels with proper x-factor

BEDROOMS: One of the central elements of the rooms is the bath. These have been integrated into the room. The frames to the beds break around the tub. Photo: Design hotels.com

10 hotels with proper x-factor

HELT SPA: The hotel’s underground spa has a Japanese laundry room, Finnish sauna, Turkish bath and a heated sand-lounger lounge. Photo: Design hotels.com

The inspiration comes from the documentary film “The Treasurer” by Jonas Selberg Augustsen.

10 hotels with proper x-factor

Join Google’s scenes

It’s the story of three men from the urban environment who come back to their roots by building a tree house together. The film was shot just in Harad and was shown on Swedish television and at the cinema.

A hotel closer to nature is hard to find. And the project has received great international attention.

Media coverage has been broad: Financial Times, CNN, BBC World, etc.. have all written about the rooms.

6. Scandic Vulkan in Oslo

Of course, we must have a hotel from Norway. In the Vulkan area, between Ila, Fredensborg and Grünerløkka in Oslo, is the newly opened Vulkan hotel.

It is located in the midst of the creative exhibition in Oslo with neighbors such as the Westerdals School of Communication, Einar Granum Art School and the Architecture and Design College. And such a neighborhood might deserve an innovative hotel? It is at least the creative class the hotel wishes to sell to.

7. Hotel Hüttenpalast in Berlin

10 hotels with proper x-factor

THE CABINE: By the architects Cyrén & Cyrén. The Cabin reminds a bit of an unconventional capsule or cabin. Photo: Treehotel

10 hotels with proper x-factor

NOTE: The project has received great international attention: the Financial Times, CNN, BBC World, etc.. have all written about the hotel. Photo: Treehotel

Sleep in a caravan and cabin in a hotel.

10 hotels with proper x-factor

These hotels must be seen before you die

You do not think so before you see it.

Few hotel concepts can compete with the originality of Hüttenpalast located in Neukölln, Berlin. Here, guests are sleeping in caravans and cabins, inside the hotel building.

8. Victoria Tower in Stockholm

10 hotels with proper x-factor

VARIOUS MENU: A kind of rustic industrichic with nostalgic items served by small dinner tables and long tables in the dining room. Lamps from Muuto. The Side Stool Side Chair is designed by Harry Bertoia for Knoll. The classic stool is called Lilla Åland and is from Stolab. The sofa Tono comes from Infurn. Photo: Scandic

10 hotels with proper x-factor

Remark: Room 201 is Norway’s first brand hotel room. Here Diesel has sprung the well-being with its own lifestyle products, including Diesel seats, Diesel tables and Diesel lamps.. Photo: Scandic

With its 118 meters, the Victoria Tower is the tallest hotel in the Nordic region and can prove to be an architectural schlager.

All cities with respect for themselves should probably have some landmarks to show? Stockholm already has the Globe and Kaknestornet. Now they have also got the Victoria Tower.

The hotel opened 15. September last year, is located in Arne Beurlings Torg 3 in Kista, which has been transformed into a new knowledge center for researchers, companies and students, about 25 minutes from Arlanda Airport.

For Norway’s part, we are pleased to see that there is a Norwegian who stands as a builder, namely Arthur Buchardt.

– The façade is inspired by sequins and the whole hotel is decorated with triangular glass windows, says architect Gert Wingårdh in Wingårdh Architectural Office to Bonytt. no

10 hotels with proper x-factor

ORIGINAL: In Hüttenpalast in Neukölln, Berlin, guests sleep in caravans and cabins. Single room: 40 euros per night. Double room: 60 euros per night. A small breakfast is included. For regular hotel rooms the price starts at 60 euros per night. (www. janbrockhaus. de) Photo: Jan Brockhaus

10 hotels with proper x-factor

SOCIAL: Each cottage is individually designed and has a little space in front, allowing guests to chat with their nearest neighbors. Photo: Jan Brockhaus

9. Kruisherenhotel in the Netherlands

You probably do not travel to Maastricht in the Netherlands, but the Kruisherenhotel is worth a visit in itself?

The building is a Gothic monastery church converted into a hotel. A spectacular interaction between classical architecture and modern design.

Because when you dress up a 15th century monastery in modern costume, it becomes spectacular.

10 The Town Hall Hotel & Apartments in London

There are many reasons to visit London, most of us are familiar with it before.

New of the year is that the travel magazine Condé Nast Traveler points the city to one of the most trendy destinations. And it’s the Summer Olympics that has helped bring London new topicality.

10 hotels with proper x-factor

PALJETTHOTELLET: Stockholm’s new landmark Victoria Tower is inspired by sequins. It must be like music in the ears for a melody festival. Photo: Scandic

Perhaps some of the Olympic guests will be staying at The Town Hall Hotel & Apartments

The veritable city hall in East London has been wrapped in a perforated aluminum lumber, and behind the walls it now conceals a hotel of special class.

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10 hotels with proper x-factor

SAMSPILL: The building is a Gothic monastery converted to a hotel located in Maastricht, the Netherlands. Here you can see a spectacular interaction between classical architecture and modern design. Photo: Design hotels.com

10 hotels with proper x-factor

DISCRETED LUXURY. The dining room is an impressive sight. Here it is open everyday for lunches and dinners. Photo: Design hotels.com

The house of the 1930s was completely transformed

Stay smart at 40 square

10 hotels with proper x-factor

PLEASE MEET: It is the French architectural office Rare Architecture that has welded the styles and aluminum patterns of The Town Hall Hotel & Apartments in London. Photo: EDMUND SUMNER / Design Hotels

10 hotels with proper x-factor

WHITE HIM: Modern four-poster bed in classic frames will be beautiful when performed like here. Older ornaments on the ceiling remind you that you spend the night in a conservative hotel. Photo: Ed Reeve / Design Hotels

10 hotels with proper x-factor

WHEN YOU WILL BE INCLUDED: The city’s original exterior walls have become inner walls in the hotel bar. The luminous lamps above the bar counter create a glamorous and modern mood, a nice effect against all that old. Photo: Ed Reeve / Design Hotels

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