Four Boutique Hotels || Lots of Design Ideas
Boutique Hotels offer great design and an individual atmosphere that can really make your stay even more exciting. I have come across a few of these hotels that may be small but are definitely big in style. There are many great interior design ideas that can be taken away from each because they take risks, use unusual fabrics and color combinations and can experiment. Aside from being inspired design wise I hope you will be inspired to plan your next trip.
This first hotel is in Paris in the 9th Arrondissement, Hotel Bienvenue. It is the latest hotel by Adrien Gloaguen (Hôtel Paradis and Hôtel Panache), designed and renovated by French interior designer Chloé Negre. It was designed as both a town and country house. You can see a simpler monochromatic side and a wilder and freer floral side to represent each. Take a look-
I really love the wood trim effect on the restaurant below.
Can you imagine opening your curtains to this stain glass window view!
This next one is in Stockholm called At Six Hotel. This marble sculpture by Spanish sculptor Jaume Plensa dramatically welcomes you inside. This hotel is retrained and minimalist making it the perfect backdrop for it's amazing art. The interior design conceived by London based Universal Design Studios offer serene interiors and very quiet and relaxing spaces. This marble staircase and the leather detail on the handrailings is perfection-
This next hotel is in Vienna. I adore this city and really want to go back soon and especially we want to visit the Albertina Museum. My daughter can't wait! Fingers crossed it can happen this summer. This hotel called the Grand Ferdinand Hotel is located in Vienna's historic district and was conceived by Florian Weitzer and the interiors were executed by Atelier Heiss Architekten. The hotel's philosophy was to accommodate a broad spectrum of people so they have majestic suites and deluxe rooms while also having fun mahogany bunk bed rooms inspired by the Orient Express for those on a budget. They also have a fabulous rooftop pool where you can enjoy the view of the city from above. They have two restaurants one with traditional Viennesse cuisine and the other for snacks and bubbly (perfect for after the Opera, which is nearby!). This hotel has a modern luxury to it. See more-
This last hotel in Berlin. The Provocateur Hotel was designed with seduction in mind (hence the name!). It combines the concept of burlesque with the urban spirit of Berlin. The interiors are bold and dramatic. The hotel has low lighting throughout, lots of velvet and chandeliers.... It was designed by an Amsterdam-based Saar Zafrir and it includes a Chinese-French restaurant. Here it is-
The channel tufted headboards are so good!