Erosantorini
Santorini, Greece
Perched on a 1,000-foot cliff overlooking Santorini’s iconic caldera on a lush two-acre estate, the hotel—which is open all year round—consists of five independent suites located on three levels, each with 180-degree views of the Aegean.
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Erosantorini
Santorini, Greece
Recognized worldwide for brilliantly melding a modern design aesthetic with local materials and traditional handicrafts, Paola Navone has created classical Greek interiors and open-air “salons” that exude an effortless barefoot chic.
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Chandolin Boutique Hotel
Chandolin, Switzerland
This quintessentially Swiss hideaway promises classic Alpine luxury in an off-radar location 2,000 meters above sea level.
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Chandolin Boutique Hotel
Chandolin, Switzerland
Epitomizing the typical Swiss chalet style with natural woods and stones from the area, the hotel was designed by the Kittel SA architecture firm.
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Le Cinq Codet
Paris, France
Exclusively for Le Cinq Codet, Agence Nuel has designed signature furniture in collaboration with design icons Elisabeth Garouste, Tom Dixon, and Patricia Urquiola.
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Le Cinq Codet
Paris, France
Showcasing unique, graphic architecture—envision the prow of an ocean liner rising above traditional Haussmann buildings—Le Cinq Codet presents 67 rooms that each evoke an artistic loft experience.
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Hotel Liberty
Offenburg, Germany
Structurally designed to make escape impossible, this former prison now charms with a deep red sandstone exterior, an open layout, and interiors of oak floors and steel doors.
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Hotel Liberty
Offenburg, Germany
Drastically different from the prison cells they once were, the 38 rooms and suites feature oak floors, distressed leather, and handcrafted furnishings by Knoblauch and local craftspeople.
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The House Hotel Bomonti
Istanbul, Turkey
With floor-to-ceiling windows in every room, guests are intimately connected to this culturally dynamic neighborhood, home to the prestigious live music venue Babylon, diverse restaurants, a gastro pub, exhibition spaces, and weekend bazaars.
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The House Hotel Bomonti
Istanbul, Turkey
Carefully considered artwork and furniture form a counterpoint to the base materials, creating a sophisticated, modern style that does not rely on traditional manifestations of luxury.
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Gloria Manor
Kenting National Park, Taiwan
Built in 1958 and originally used as one of President Chiang Kai-shek’s guesthouses in the 1960s, the building that’s home to Gloria Manor is one of modernistic elegance surrounded by some of Taiwan’s most breathtaking forestland.
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Gloria Manor
Kenting National Park, Taiwan
The bamboo artwork on the lobby ceiling is a reflection of both local materials and crafting heritage, and is beautifully contrasted by the geometric floor patterns and minimalistic furnishings.
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Vue Hotel Houhai Beijing
Beijing, China
Draped in a soothing dark charcoal gray, the quasi-historic buildings from the 1950s that comprise the hotel are punctuated by gold patina highlights that accentuate key architectural details.
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Vue Hotel Houhai Beijing
Beijing, China
Upon entering the hotel, guests discover a series of landscaped gardens, as well as a bakery café fronting the bustle of the hutongs, a signature restaurant in a warehouse, a rooftop bar overlooking the lake, and rooms that reflect the area’s heritage.
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