Have you been planning the destination for your next holiday yet? Want to feel as cozy as at home, while experiencing ultimate hospitality, but don’t want to stick with traditional decor and standard designs?
We have got your back! We have gathered a few remarkable hotels around the world to give you some inspiration for an unforgettable holiday!
Hotel is a home away from home.
One of the most amazing things about hotel interior design and architecture is that it is considered the faucet to your amazing holiday. Yes, the first stage of the refreshment of your soul, mind, and body!
Take a look at the hotel recommendations below. It is amazing how every brick and mortar can take your mind off of your everyday routine, giving you a sense of revival!
The Calile Hotel
48 James St, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006, Australia
Located in Brisbane, the Calile is an urban oasis designed by Richards and Spence. The firm aims to deliver the feeling of resort and relaxation to the neighborhood, breaking the norm of how cities typically only contain hotels for conferences and business.
Adopting sandy-beige and salt pink as the main color scheme, and cleverly adding a touch of gold to the interior, the hotel sparkles under the warm beam of the sun.
It is your obvious destination if you miss the warmth of the Summer and would want to have the warmth all wrapped up in your arms this holiday season!
NewActon Precinct, 25 Edinburgh Ave, Canberra ACT 2601, Australia
Another alternative hip spot this holiday season for all you Summer lovers out there is the Hotel Hotel located in Canberra.
Managed by the Canberra based developer Molonglo Group, the Hotel Hotel is located in the Nishi building designed by Fender Katsalidis Architects and Suppose Design Office. It is the fruits of the combined efforts and talents of every interior designer, architect and artist.
The main vision is to inject energy into the dense neighbourhood, by turning this hospitality project into a collaborative experiment with fresh ideas from more than 50 artists and designers.
By turning this place into a remarkable signature piece of diverse energy and personality, every corner of the hotel is infused with artistic details. The Hotel Hotel promises to keep your holiday full of surprises.
Carretera Tulum – Punta Allen KM 5, Zona Hotelera, 77780 Tulum, Q.R., Mexico
What could be a better Art and design destination than Art Galleries and Designer Hotels?
An Artistic Hotel with a Gallery.
The Azulik Tulum is a project by the great grandson of Peggy Guggenheim, one of the greatest collectors of all time, Santiago Rumney Guggenheim, and a Tulum-based resort owner and designer Jorge Eduardo Neira Sterkel.
The hotel is designed with structural layers of canopies extending to the roof, creating a unique environment surrounding the gallery. It is a smart way to induce organic matters into an art gallery, especially when the typical ones are just a cube of pale whites.
Curating an experience where humans can truly reconnect with nature. With villas designed to incorporate nature with the living area and absolutely no Wifi, television or electric lights, this is a true detox and healing destination from the hustle and bustle life.
6161 Yuanjiang Rd, Minhang Qu, China, 201111
Located in the suburb of Shanghai, the Aman Yangyun is an award-winning property.
Its design was led by the late Kerry Hill, who successfully retained the essence of a 2,000-year-old forest by using antique architecture that hearkens back to the Ming and Qing Dynasty.
If you would like to view this property in numbers as a concept, there are 10,000 Camphor trees and 50 historic architectures relocated from the original site of the forest 600 kilometres away, where a new dam project threatened its habitat.
The result of merging antique structural parts and applying a modern design sense and silhouette was absolutely stunning.
Aman Yangyun was named Hotel of the Year at the AHEAD Asia Awards 2019.