We have a feeling that the city of Dundee in Scotland will see a rise in travelers with an affinity for design, art and culture.
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Installations, art, iconic furniture, and contemporary fixtures – truly, there is nothing missing from this hotel.
A newly refreshed hotel in Stockholm that strikes a balance between the hotel’s original design and new, contemporary elements.
The Hotel Clark proves that good design can solve any odd-shaped problem.
A boutique hotel on Surrey Hills with interiors that reflect the design aesthetics of Sydney from the 1920s and 1970s.
The style of the hotel is Japanese, San Franciscan, bohemian, industrial, artistic and culture, all at the same time.
1950s design cues and the industrial history of a former tramline inspire the transformation of The Alex hotel in Dublin.
Each floor in this boutique hotel takes on a different monochromatic color scheme.
Located in the heart of Milan, this design hotel feels like you’re staying in an art gallery.
BHDM Design transforms the Shoreline Hotel Waikiki into a modern day interpretation of what it means to live the island life.
New York-based design studio ICRAVE was inspired by the tones and colors of the Atlantic Ocean when designing the interiors of this hotel.
This hotel in Macau is so intricate and complex that the photographs look like renderings rather than completed architecture.
This curated vacation rental is the picture perfect example of the idyllic beach home you’ve always wanted.
A luxury rural resort where the element of water is the unifying theme throughout the hotel’s interiors and themed guest rooms.
he La Peer Hotel is located in Los Angeles' Design District so design, art and style are well-considered.
After its first successful M Social hotel in Singapore, the brand launched its second location in Auckland's downtown waterfront district.