Bursa Hotel
Kyiv, Ukraine
Defined by emotion, wisdom and art, Bursa is a forward-looking retreat in Kyiv’s most creative quarter, and is part historical building, part contemporary upstart, and all heart.
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Bursa Hotel
Kyiv, Ukraine
Guestrooms range from the Nice Cubed Room, with its bunk beds and Bauhaus-inspired furniture, to the one-of-a-kind Attic, which has a terrace, a sauna, two bathrooms, and a living room.
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Hotel Arena
Amsterdam, Netherlands
A reanimated landmark in the city’s new-spirited East, Hotel Arena is a study in hyperlocal art, a culinary draw, and a design-focused springboard for exploration.
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Hotel Arena
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Oak wood, marble, cast iron, and natural stone provide a feeling of permanence throughout the hotel, while oversized windows illuminate vintage and bespoke furnishings.
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Rocabella Mykonos Hotel
Mykonos, Greece
Intimacy and privacy are the mainstays of Rocabella Mykonos Hotel, which offers an inviting world of wellness and a wood, stone, and sisal design scheme that merges into the landscape.
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Rocabella Mykonos Hotel
Mykonos, Greece
Rooms are awash with the crisp white palette of Cycladic architecture where tactile natural materials and wood furniture complete the picture of Grecian paradise.
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Kazan Palace
Kazan, Russia
Located in Kazan, city of Kazan, a UNESCO site where Europe and Asia famously intersect, Kazan Palace by Tasigo is a luxe property that pays homage to both the historic and the contemporary.
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Kazan Palace
Kazan, Russia
Kazanda Atrium Bar/Lounge is the heart of the hotel and offers visitors made-to-order dishes, traditional Turkish coffee served in porcelain by iconic designer Faruk Malhan, and an inspiring wine list.
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Rote Wand Gourmet Hotel
Lech, Austria
Set into Austria’s Lech am Arlberg village, Rote Wand Gourmet Hotel combines tradition with contemporary splendor to create an Alpine haven for foodies and design aficionados.
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Rote Wand Gourmet Hotel
Lech, Austria
Crafted in harmony with the village, the hotel is comprised of five “houses” and an old schoolhouse that, together, enhance the character of this timeless setting.
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Stanton House
El Paso, USA
The design scheme at Stanton House intentionally puts the Tex-Mex cliché to shame, announcing to the world that El Paso is a culture-rich city with international flavors.
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Stanton House
El Paso, USA
Designed by Studio A Group and Design Build Adventure, the hotel marries warm, contemporary fabrics with neutral colors, wood, concrete, marble, and terrazzos.
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K5
Tokyo, Japan
Set within a former bank, K5 is a treasure trove of Swedish design, inspired cuisine and flowing greenery. Craft beer and Chinese mixology give this Tokyo retreat a bold new look.
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K5
Tokyo, Japan
Custom furniture by ADX, Time & Style, and Alloy are augmented by materials like cedar and Japanese stucco, while walls and ceilings are painted using traditional Japanese techniques.
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Rooms Hotel Kokhta
Bakuriani, Georgia
At Rooms Hotel Kokhta, chestnut wood, terracotta clay, and local stone complement a desaturated color palette of pastel tones that doesn’t detract from the surroundings.
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Rooms Hotel Kokhta
Bakuriani, Georgia
Interiors by Rooms Design include sculptural objets d’art, a bespoke metal and stone fireplace, and handcarved furnishings, which spark conversation on every corner.
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