July 18, 2017

5 Magical Destination Hotels

These hotels and hostels are dream destinations.

Designer: Factor Eficiencia and Andrés Gutiérrez.

Project: Ignacia Guest House, Mexico City.

Standout: A contemporary steel-framed glass addition to a 1913 mansion has allowed it to transform into a hotel, named for the family’s beloved housekeeper.

Hobo hotel by Studio Aisslinger. Stockholm. Photography by Patricia Parinejad.

Designer: Studio Aisslinger

Project: Hobo, Stockholm. 

Standout: The free-spirited vibe and eco-conscious attitude come through in this boutique hotel’s abundant use of wood and the in-house restaurant’s hydroponic herbs.

JAM Hotel by Atelier Lionel Jadot. Brussels. Photography by Oana Crainic. 

Designer: Atelier Lionel Jadot.

Project: JAM Hotel, Brussels.

Standout: Gritty nonchalance pervades this hotel-hostel hybrid, starting with the old motorbike parts built into the reception desk and continuing with the plywood bunks.

Le Bailli de Suffren by Agence François Champsaur. Le Rayol–Canadel sur Mer, France. Photography by Yoan Chevojon. 

Designer: Agence François Champsaur.

Project: Le Bailli de Suffren, Le Rayol–Canadel sur Mer, France.

Standout: The blues of the sky and the Mediterranean Sea, visible through the sliding glass doors of the guest rooms, reappear in their furniture and painted ceilings.

Coo by Ministry of Design. Singapore. Photography by Edward Hendricks. 

Designer: Ministry of Design.

Project: Coo, Singapore.

Standout: There’s plenty of urban edge at a millennial-targeted hostel where guests bunk down in stacked compartments outfitted with metal ladders and privacy curtains. 

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