Form Hotel
, United Arab Emirates
The lobby and restaurant are in large, open areas so as to connect the hotel’s public spaces to the city, while each guestroom has a view of Dubai and a light-influenced atmosphere defined by white plaster, and walnut wood that evolves throughout the day.
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Form Hotel
, United Arab Emirates
With a strong visual and design narrative, and set in the up-and-coming neighborhood of Al Jadaf and Culture Village, Form Hotel Dubai is a pioneering hospitality project for the city—and the Middle East.
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Hotel Pacai
, Lithuania
Rich historic elements are masterfully blended with present-day design to showcase soft, deep tones and elegant materials that heighten the structure’s classical style and complement its relaxing spa.
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Hotel Pacai
, Lithuania
The 104 rooms and suites, the inviting restaurants and bar, and the four meeting rooms all celebrate Lithuania’s rich past and Baltic culture, while also pointing it in a direction that is young and vibrant in spirit.
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Stamba Hotel
Tbilisi, Georgia
Trees and foliage dominate the five-story-high atrium of the hotel’s “living lobby”, off of which is Café Stamba, where local ingredients are served in all their just-picked glory.
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Stamba Hotel
Tbilisi, Georgia
The showstopper at the presently 42-room hotel (soon to be 150 rooms), is the Aviator Casino with its Art Deco-inspired interiors reflecting the golden age of aviation, for which the casino is named.
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Hotel St. George
Helsinki, Finland
Conceived for a new breed of traveler, Hotel St. George challenges the world of hospitality when it comes to the very idea of luxury, presenting an innovative synergy of holistic care for mind, heart, and body.
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Hotel St. George
Helsinki, Finland
Once home to the prestigious Finnish Literature Society, the building was originally designed by renowned architect Onni Tarjanne, best known for creating the Finnish National Theater.
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Le Collateral
, France
Inspired by Arles and the UNESCO World Heritage landscapes of the Camargue, the hotel is bathed in ochre, gray, blue, and gold—the colors of the salt, reeds, water, and sand that define this magical area of France.
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Le Collateral
, France
Wooden beams adorn the structure in a style reminiscent of area huts, with textures formed from stone, wood, and metal. A terrace with views of Arles further serve as a contrast to the hotel’s four rooms, which are cozy, Zen-like retreats.
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The Hide Hotel Flims
, Switzerland
Hidden in the heart of the rough and wild Swiss Alps lies a high-style retreat for adult indulgence, childhood splendor, and unrivalled beauty.
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The Hide Hotel Flims
, Switzerland
Set in Flims, The Hide is a home base for gastronomic diversity, dramatic scenery, and—from February 2019—a world-class wellness facility.
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