Are These the Most Stylish Hotels in the World?
One of my favorite things to do on Pinterest is look at pictures of the kinds of hotels I could never afford to stay in; places with an aesthetic so unique and immersive that you can’t help imagining that staying there would make you a completely different person (or at least, allow you to play at being one for a day or two). Isn’t the the point of travel, anyway—to see new things and to try on different versions of yourself? Here are seven impossibly stylish hotels from all over the world, places with decor so eye-popping you may never want to leave the building.
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Above and below: This beautiful ice-cream colored space is London’s Leman Locke hotel, whose unexpected mix of sleek modern pieces and soft colors is incredibly soothing. See more at Dezeen.
Rome’s Palazzo Fendi, spotted on The Wall Street Journal, layers sumptuous velvet furniture and plants reminiscent of a 1970s fern bar against a palette of rich jewel tones.
This is the hotel Nord-Pinus Tanger, spotted on My Paradissi. There are the beautiful tiles and geometric detailing we’ve come to expect from Moroccan interiors, paired with richly colorful textiles and rugs for a look that’s fresh but also timeless.
The Alex Hotel in Perth, West Australia (spotted on The Style Files) works an intriguing combination of modern furniture, rich colors and patterned textiles.
The Coqui Coqui hotel in Yucatán, Mexico, features decor in the style I like to call ‘Crumbly European Chic‘ — not something I’d necessarily choose for my own home, but perfect for a getaway. See more at Yatzer.
The decor of France’s Domaine des Andéols hotel, spotted on AD España, is eclectic in the best possible way. I have an imaginary rich aunt whose home looks exactly like this.
If I had one word to describe the eye-popping colors and rich textures of Ibiza’s hotel Los Enamorados, it would be ‘lush’. Looking at these photos is like a caress for the eyes. If I had two words to describe it, it would be industrial bohemian—this space is the perfect example of the type. See more at Milk Decoration.