Cugo Gran Macina Grand Harbour
Senglea, Malta
For Cugó Gran Macina Grand Harbour's full transformation from iconic 16th-century structure to an international retreat, architect Edwin Mintoff perfectly married expansive views with discreet privacy.
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Cugo Gran Macina Grand Harbour
Senglea, Malta
A stunning testament to the past, Cugo is home to an environment of chalk-white walls, limestone and slate. A rooftop offers unobstructed views of the Grand Harbour and the surrounding marina.
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Nobis Hotel
Stockholm, Schweden
Located in grand 19th-century former residential apartment buildings on Stockholm's historic Norrmalmstorg Square, Nobis Hotel Stockholm presents an oasis of calmly luxurious Scandinavian design.
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Nobis Hotel
Stockholm, Schweden
Designed by architectural firm Claesson Koivisto Rune, the hotel's original features are married with contemporary accents. Wooden panelling offers a sense of the building's history, while marble and dark blond wood introduce modernity.
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Factory Hotel
Munster, Germany
At Münster's Factory Hotel an eclectic mix of old buildings and new design transforms a landmarked brewery building into a vibrant destination for travelers and locals alike.
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Factory Hotel
Munster, Germany
Every space reflects the site's origins while fostering a comfy sophistication. Amid the many gathering spots, such as a main restaurant, one never loses a sense of the hotel's industrial past.
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Mykonos Theoxenia
Mykonos, Greece
A "national heritage property", Mykonos Theoxenia is celebrated for its innovative Cycladic architecture and 1960s-inspired style, overlooked by the stark white windmills that are this island's trademark.
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Mykonos Theoxenia
Mykonos, Greece
The hotel's original historic design by Aris Kostantinides, one of Greece's most revered architects from the 1960s, incorporates local stone and traditional Cycladic architecture that has stood the test of time.
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Nobis Hotel Copenhagen
Copenhagen, Denmark
Housed in an historic 5,400-square-meter landmark building that originally served as the Royal Danish Conservatory of Music, Nobis Hotel Copenhagen combines modernism with classicism to dramatic effect.
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Nobis Hotel Copenhagen
Copenhagen, Denmark
The transformation of the historic music conservatory to a 75-room hotel was overseen by architect Gert Wingårdh, who preserved many of the original architectural elements and introduced a mix of Swedish and Danish sensibilities.
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Oddfellows on the Park
Manchester, United Kingdom
Born from a meticulous renovation of Bruntwood Hall, a 19th-century Victorian mansion on the outskirts of Manchester, Oddfellows On The Park offers an idyllic English manor retreat.
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Oddfellows on the Park
Manchester, United Kingdom
Original Victorian fireplaces, ceilings, and architraves abound in the property, which was restored with a minimal intervention approach by Tim Groom Architects.
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