The Flushing Meadows Hotel and Bar
Munich, Germany
Located on Munich’s Isar River, The Flushing Meadows Hotel & Bar is a one-of-a-kind property that showcases the inspiring work of 11 creative locals.
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The Flushing Meadows Hotel and Bar
Munich, Germany
In the cozy rooftop floor bar, a happy mix of furniture — including velvet-covered benches and sofas, as well as signature lighting by Lebanese design firm PSLAB — follows the aesthetic of the guestrooms.
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Autor Rooms
Warsaw, Poland
Overflowing with creative works by local artisans and with the warm feel of a private apartment, Autor Rooms is Warsaw at its most intimate and authentic.
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Autor Rooms
Warsaw, Poland
The curators of the Starter Gallery provided the hotel’s art; Ultralight produced the handmade lighting; and Maria Jeglinska, a rising star on the Polish design scene, produced the custom mirrors and glassware.
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Le Collateral
Arles, France
Honored as one of the top 15 best art hotels in the world, Le Collatéral is set in a former medieval church and has become a hybrid space for artists and creative spirits.
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Le Collateral
Arles, France
The public spaces at Le Collatéral are overflowing with specially commissioned installations by American artist Reeve Schumacher and Erick Helaine, as well as digital art, photos, and drawings.
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Stamba Hotel
Tbilisi, Georgia
Set in in one of Tbilisi’s most important 20th-century landmarks, a former publishing house, Stamba Hotel is a living, breathing reflection of the city’s growing global significance and refined dynamism.
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Stamba Hotel
Tbilisi, Georgia
Original features have been imaginatively restored and repurposed, and the hotel’s public and private spaces make good use of salvaged pieces to offer a journey through the vintage and the modern.
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Hotel Pacai
Vilnius, Lithuania
A magnificent 17th-century mansion serves as the backdrop to Hotel Pacai, the new jewel in Vilnius’ crown, where 17th-century Baroque grandeur is met with a contemporary twist.
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Hotel Pacai
Vilnius, Lithuania
Soft, deep tones and elegant materials in all spaces, including at restaurant Nineteen18, 14 Horses Brasserie and the Sofija Bar, imbue every corner with a feeling of luxury and warmth.
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Elizabeth Unique Hotel
Rome, Italy
A hint of grandeur is the defining touch that elevates Elizabeth’s interiors to dazzlingly elegant; an aesthetic shaped by celebrated Rome-based architectural studio Marincola.
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Elizabeth Unique Hotel
Rome, Italy
Public spaces are intimate and characterized by neoclassical elements such as white marble, neutral tones, and fireplaces, while modern furnishings and lighting have been designed by Marincola and Arredo Design.
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Nobis Hotel Copenhagen
Copenhagen, Denmark
Led by Nobis group favourite, architect Gert Wingårdh, the design of Nobis Hotel Copenhagen pays homage to the storied building’s roots with hint of Wingårdh’s own signature touches.
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Nobis Hotel Copenhagen
Copenhagen, Denmark
In addition to highlighting the original architectural details and décor of the 1903 structure, Wingårdh added high-quality materials, such as marble, stone, wood, and glass, alongside an elegant palette.
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Inspiring Interiors
Six hotels with show-stopping décor and cutting-edge design
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