TRAVEL INSPIRATIONS: BOUTIQUE HOTELS IN EUROPE

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Spring is finally here and she brings with her the desire to leave. High-speed rail lines, low cost airlines, boats or cars: the other side of Europe has never been this close. Let us inspire you to find your destination: here is a selection of boutique hotels scattered in the major cities of the Old Continent. For your next alternative escapes.

Boutique hotels

Boutique hotels in Europe

Sir Albert Hotel – Amsterdam

Albert Cuypstraat 2-6, 1072 CT Amsterdam. +31 (0)20 305 3020

Boutique hotels: Sir Albert Amsterdam

Boutique hotels: Sir Albert Hotel

Among the legendary canals of the town, this boutique hotel combines old-style and technological design service, trying to recreate the feeling of living in a luxury private residence. The rooms with large windows and high ceilings are built on the ruins of an old factory that worked on diamonds, embracing the deluxe project designed by BK Architecture studio

Athenswas – Athens

5, Dionysiou Areopagitou Str, 11742 Athens. +30 2109249954

Boutique hotels: Athenswas

Boutique hotels: Athenswas

The Greek Stage Design Office Studio is responsible of the hotel’s renovation: a base of classical inspiration, with references to details from the rich historical past of the city and a nod to contemporary iconic elements by Le Corbusier or Konstantin Grcic. Located near the Acropolis, you can admire the city even from the rooftop bar.

Hotel Claris – Barcelona

Carrer de Pau Claris, 150, 08009 Barcelona. +34 934 87 62 62

Boutique hotels: Hotel Claris

Boutique hotels: Hotel Claris

A five stars hotel in the city center, hosted in a XIX century building just a few meters from Passeig de Gracia. Hotel Claris shows a strong link with art and creativity: the luxury rooms are decorated with Roman, Egyptian and Hindu original works, and the first floor hosts a semi-permanent exhibition gallery. Must go: the terrace and pool with an amazing view.

Das Stue – Berlin

Drakestraße 1, 10787 Berlin. +49 30 3117220
Boutique hotels: Das Stue

Boutique hotels: Das Stue

Born in the 30s as a project for the Danish Embassy, today Das Stue is a luxury hotel that combines historical elegance with contemporary design through the project of architect Patricia Urquiola. The goal is to create a welcoming environment and let people feel at home. The sumptuous main staircase hides cozy rooms full of warm rugs and pillows.

The Dominican – Bruxelles

Rue Léopold 9, 1000 Bruxelles. +32 2 203 08 08
Boutique hotels: The Dominican

Boutique hotels: The Dominican

One of the Carlton Collection hotels, it is located near La Monnaie theater. The Dominican was born as an investment in innovation and quality, built on the site of the old Dominican abbey. Make sure to take a walk in the corridors of the old monastery and be absorbed in a romantic medieval atmosphere. Luxury dominates among tall decorated windows and velvet sofas.

Aguas De Ibiza Lifestyle & Spa – Ibiza

Salvador Camacho, 9, 7840 Santa Eulària des Riu. +34 971 31 99 91
Boutique hotels: Aguas De Ibiza

Boutique hotels: Aguas De Ibiza

Two elements make an hotel on the coast worth staying: a terrace overlooking the sea and the proximity to numerous beaches. Relax and high level comforts are just a few miles away from the well known island’s nightlife. Aguas De Ibiza is among the first eco-luxury hotel on the island, perfectly placed in the surroundings thanks to the Phoenician inspired structure with a contemporary twist. Neutral colored furniture welcomes you with sand and turquoise accents tones.

Town Hall Hotel & Apartments – London

Patriot Square, London E2 9NF. +44 20 7871 0460
Boutique hotels: Town Hall

Boutique hotels: Town Hall

Right in the heart of the Bethnal Green district, among markets, art galleries and trendy restaurants, the Town Hall Hotel is a mix of architectural styles, with an Edwardian facade, marbles and brass. The ultramodern touch is given by the large and minimal rooms  with polished glass partition walls.

The Flushing Meadows Hotel & Bar – Munich

Fraunhoferstrasse 32, 80469 Munich. +49(0)89 552 791 70

Boutique hotels: Flushing Meadows

Boutique hotels: Flushing Meadows

The building, located in one of the liveliest districts in Munich, has an industrial origin and kept the original facade and it is. Its name comes from the surrounding glorious fields and the nearby river. All the lofts are designed differently, with unique and personalized environments and pieces of furniture. It is a hotel for enthusiastic travelers who pays their attention to details.

Nobis Hotel – Stockholm

Norrmalmstorg 2-4, 111 86 Stockholm. +46 8 614 10 00
Boutique hotels: Nobis Hotel

Boutique hotels: Nobis Hotel

The Nobis is an oasis with high ceilings, Scandinavian design and mirrors, a large shared space and many restaurants. The rooms, overlooking the courtyard or the city, are quiet and sophisticated thanks to the use of soft colors, and full of custom accessories. The redesign results from the Claesson Koivisto Rune Studio focusing on the maximum concept of hospitality and style at the same time.

25 Hours Hotel Zurich West – Zürich

Pfingstweidstrasse 102, 8005 Zürich. +41 44 577 25 25
Boutique hotels: 25 Hours

Boutique hotels: 25 Hours

Nestled in the emerging creative district of the city, the 25 Hours is surrounded by art spaces and designer shops. The interior designer Alfredo Häberli created this new space as a relaxing wrap, with custom-made furnishings and a high level of hospitality. Colors and geometric shapes are protagonists, with the addition of wallpapers and mosaics referencing to precious metals. The hotel is part of the newly born 25 Hours Hotels: find here its homonym in Vienna.

Corral del Rey – Siviglia

Calle Corral del Rey, 12, 41004 Sevilla. +34 954 22 71 16
Boutique hotels: Corral del Rey

Boutique hotels: Corral del Rey

Located in the historic Barrio Alfalfa, Corral del Rey is a luxury boutique hotel spread over three palaces dating back to the XVII century. The patio with original Roman columns in marble and wooden carved beams has been recently restored, same as the spacious rooms Morocco-style, some of which offer a private jacuzzi on the terrace overlooking Seville’s beautiful rooftops.
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