Style-conscious travellers should note down this address, as the Fleming renovation came out pretty cool! Located in the legendary nightlife district of Wan Chai, the boutique hotel originally opened in 2006 and now has totally been restyled.
The Drifter hotel recently opened in New Orleans and is one of the newest members of Design Hotels. Originally built as a motel in the 1950s, the property is located in the diverse Mid-City neighborhood and celebrates local art, specialty coffee and global cuisine.
Elegance, modernity and eclecticism. To speak about Pulitzer just in terms of its design would be an understatement. This unique hotel located by Amsterdam’s Prinsengracht canal is an architectural illustration of city’s history.
The Dewberry Hotel in Charleston, South Carolina is an ode to southern modernism combining local materials with the sensibility of the iconic modern Inside and out, The Dewberry Hotel in Charleston, South Carolina is a manifestation of founder John Dewberry’s vision of “Southern Reimagined.”
Between Marais et Montorgueil, a curious traveller can come across a new Parisian gem – Hotel National des Arts et Métiers. Designer and architect, Raphael Navot, has searched for a balance between city’s tradition, modernity and famous French savoir-faire.
Everybody knows Venice, but only very few also knows that in a 20 minutes ferry from Piazza San Marco you can reach a little island that has same bones and blood as Venice (houses, canals, bridges) but a completely different look.
La Granja is a members-only retreat—the first such experiment by Design Hotels—launched in collaboration with Friends of a Farmer.