QT Sydney
Sydney, Australia
Set within the historic Gowings department store and the capitals heritage-listed State Theatre, QT Sydney owns a collection of quirky artefacts, that have been brought together from all around the world adding an eclectic mix to the hotel experience.
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QT Sydney
Sydney, Australia
Original gothic features and fixtures from the onetime department store and State Theatre by William Dobell and Charles Wheeler, two of Australia’s most significant artists from the 1920s, have been thoughtfully restored to their former glory.
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Rooms Hotel Tbilisi
Tbilisi, Georgia
Located in the intellectual neighborhood of Vera, Rooms Hotel Tbilisi cleverly incorporates the building’s history as a publishing house into its design elements, while also honoring its cultural past with many art and music events.
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Rooms Hotel Tbilisi
Tbilisi, Georgia
Showcasing original Georgian art, areas of the hotel have been given gallery-like treatment featuring atrium-style walls that allow for plenty of daylight.
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THE QVEST
Cologne, Germany
A curated selection of contemporary art by Michael Kaune, the hotel’s owner and founder of Qvest magazine, pays homage to the old neo-Gothic building, making the QVEST hotel a Bauhaus lover’s dream.
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THE QVEST
Cologne, Germany
A large part of the hotel is furnished with Michael Kaune’s personal collection of furniture and photographs, the spaces form a veritable design museum.
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Insólito Boutique Hotel
Buzios, Brazil
A journey through Brazil’s energizing colors and fascinating stories, Insólito Boutique Hotel’s themed rooms and suites are furnished with selected art pieces and collectables.
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Insólito Boutique Hotel
Buzios, Brazil
George Nelson chairs, recycled rubber carpets by Cecelia Machado, and a wooden sofa sculpture made by Elma Chavez are only a small selection of unique design objects guests find while exploring the hotel.
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Hotel Miró
Bilbao, Spain
Taking inspiration from by the nearby Bilbao Museum of Fine Arts and the Guggenheim Museum seen in the background, fashion designer Antonio Miró—Spain's answer to Calvin Klein—has turned Hotel Miró into a place of rest with a clean and simple design.
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Hotel Miró
Bilbao, Spain
Markina black marble and pale beige tones are the pleasant backdrop to designer furnishings, while the light-soaked structure also doubles as an inviting showcase space for Hotel Miró's striking in-house contemporary art collection.
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Hotel zum Löwen
Duderstadt, Germany
Personal touches from the local owner’s own collection have been left throughout; handpicked original artworks from Andy Warhol hang on the walls and a collection of souvenirs from world travels are thoughtfully placed throughout the rooms.
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Hotel zum Löwen
Duderstadt, Germany
Public spaces are sociable, relaxing, and conducive to absorbing the surroundings which include photographs by the acclaimed German photographers Bernd and Hilla Becher.
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