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A tour of Europe's most dazzling design hotels

12 . 04 . 2018 by Redazione
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Exclusive, luxurious, ecological, they are worth the trip. They ensure a comfortable stay in sustainable environments, and feature lots of creativity and incarnates true masterpieces of design. They are located in the most beautiful cities in Europe, among museums, breathtaking landscapes and historical monuments. Below is a selection of the best in Europe.

Andels Hotel, Berlin

In its contemporary design rooms, black is combined with the most vivid colours, glass and a large white lamps. The Andels Hotelis also famous for its sky bar, where you can have an aperitif whilst enjoying a spectacular view of the city. It was also awarded the Green Globe Certification, because of its eco-friendliness and sustainability aspects.

St. Martins Lane, London

It is a boutique hotel with unique design and chic minimalism. It is located next to the London Coliseum, including the English National Opera, a short walk from Covent Garden and Trafalgar Square. From its floor to ceiling windows, you can admire the town, enjoying the dim lighting, so you can regulate the light according to you mood. Designed by Ian Schrager and furnished by Philippe Starck, it is the favorite destination  of many celebrities.

Seven Hotel, Paris

In one of the most charming parts of the city, the Latin quarter, you can choose whether to stay in the ‘black diamond’ ‘levitation’ rooms or ‘007’ suite, with leather sofas and Goldfinger inspired lamps, or in the romantic Marie Antoinette room, decorated with pink cushions and pastel coloured furnishings. In the lobby, there is a screen broadcast striking 3D images.

Raval Hotel, Barcelona

It is the symbol of modernity in the city, a mix of futurism and vivacity. It is located in the Ciutat Vella district, one of the most fashionable areas, and it really stands out: it has a unique oval design, a metallic colour in sunlight, and at sunset it features burgundy and purple hues. Matte red and apple green enliven walls and curtains. Don’t miss the toast at sunset on the roof terrace.

Mandarin Oriental, Milan

Elegance and glamour in every room At the Mandarin Oriental, located in the heart of the city, the Milanese design elegance blends with Oriental luxury. The hotel is situated in four prestigious 18th-century buildings, a few steps from the Teatro alla Scala, completely refurbished by Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel, and inspired by the Milanese upper middle class from the 30s to date.

G-Rough, Rome

It is located in an elegantly renovated 17th century building, but inside the building, a few steps from Piazza Navona, the rooms are furnished with an unexpected contemporary interior. A choice of the best of Italian design, attention to detail and iconic furnishing by masters like Gio Ponti, Ico Parisi, Guglielmo Ulrich.

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