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Germany’s First Andaz Hotel Replicates Diamonds in the Bavarian Flag
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Germany’s First Andaz Hotel Replicates Diamonds in the Bavarian Flag

The diamond shapes of Bavaria's natural icon weave themselves into the leitmotif of Hotel Andaz's design language.

Soho House Mumbai Adapts their Design Language to the “Beverly Hills of Bollywood”
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Soho House Mumbai Adapts their Design Language to the “Beverly Hills of Bollywood”

This hotel proves that modern luxury interiors do not always have to feature white walls or minimalist furniture.

Enso Ango: A “Dispersed Hotel” of Five Buildings That Gets You to Walk Through Kyoto
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Enso Ango: A “Dispersed Hotel” of Five Buildings That Gets You to Walk Through Kyoto

Dispersed bases encourage guests to check into different buildings for different experiences, and explore Kyoto while en route.

Snøhetta’s “Under” Is Europe’s First Underwater Restaurant
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Snøhetta’s “Under” Is Europe’s First Underwater Restaurant

A restaurant, situated at the Southernmost point of the coast, gives you a peek of Norway's marine life as you dine.

At Flophouze Hotel, the Trend of Upcycling Shipping Containers Lives On
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At Flophouze Hotel, the Trend of Upcycling Shipping Containers Lives On

In Round Top, Texas, six shipping containers and a modular pool offer a new way to enjoy the sprawling rural sunsets.

The Carpenter Hotel Brings Boutique Hotel Charm to the Southwest
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The Carpenter Hotel Brings Boutique Hotel Charm to the Southwest

As SXSW heats up in Austin, Texas, take a first look at the new design hotel in the middle of it all.

Shigeru Ban Designs a Sinuous, Restorative Retreat in Japan’s Woodlands
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Shigeru Ban Designs a Sinuous, Restorative Retreat in Japan’s Woodlands

The Pritzker prize winning architect's Shishi Iwa House boutique hotel integrates timber and paper tubes with Alvar Aalto furniture.

In Odense, a City Known for Fairytales, Hotel Odeon Upholds Danish Design Traditions
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In Odense, a City Known for Fairytales, Hotel Odeon Upholds Danish Design Traditions

From designer lights to modern furniture, Hotel Odeon brings the best of Denmark to the hometown of fairytale author Hans Christian Andersen…

Luxury Watch Brand’s Shinola Hotel Makes Waves in Detroit
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Luxury Watch Brand’s Shinola Hotel Makes Waves in Detroit

A modern hotel transformed from an old Singer sewing factory aspires to become the "living room" of Downtown Detroit.

These Surreal Guesthouses with Impossible Staircases Have Alice in Wonderland Vibes
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These Surreal Guesthouses with Impossible Staircases Have Alice in Wonderland Vibes

Pastel pink and forest green rooms inspire cotton candy dreams and a surrealist forest in this modern labyrinth of guesthouses.

In Tbilisi, Stamba Hotel Takes a Page from a Former Soviet Printing Press
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In Tbilisi, Stamba Hotel Takes a Page from a Former Soviet Printing Press

An industrial complex gets a makeover with a jungle lobby, a 5 story atrium and a glass-bottomed swimming pool that doubles as a roof.

Miya Lost Villa, a Rural Chinese Barn Resort, Draws Crowds Away from Shanghai
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Miya Lost Villa, a Rural Chinese Barn Resort, Draws Crowds Away from Shanghai

A 5 hour drive away from the city and in the middle of mountains, a modern barn where the architecture and landscape are similarly timeless.…

This Winter, Get “Päntsdrunk” at the Glass Resort in Finland
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This Winter, Get “Päntsdrunk” at the Glass Resort in Finland

In Denmark, we "hygge." In Finland, we get "Päntsdrunk." This hotel is the perfect place to drink warm cider and cozy up in your skivvies.

The Amanzoe Is What’s Fresh About Greece
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The Amanzoe Is What’s Fresh About Greece

Among ancient rock caves, a classical Greek amphitheatre, olive groves and a private bay, a Greek hotel with private pavilions blooms.

Art Deco Meets Arabesque at Nordoy, Tel Aviv’s Oldest Hotel
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Art Deco Meets Arabesque at Nordoy, Tel Aviv’s Oldest Hotel

In Tel Aviv's bustling Nachlat Binyamin district, home to a historic street market and arts fair, a regal dusky pink building rises above.

A Spice Warehouse, Illegal Distillery and 80s Rave Disco Reincarnates as a Boutique Hotel
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A Spice Warehouse, Illegal Distillery and 80s Rave Disco Reincarnates as a Boutique Hotel

A building twice the age of Singapore lived through eras of vice and illicit activity before becoming The Warehouse Hotel.