Tuesday 23rd October 2018

11 Hotels To Visit Before You Decorate Your Home

- April 7, 2016

Have you ever loved a hotel so much that you’ve been tempted to stay inside all day instead of actually exploring the city? We certainly have. While it’s always nice to escape to a place where there’s maid service, there are some hotels that are so beautifully designed we wish we could move in permanently-housekeeping or not. Sadly, we can’t all be Eloise, but that doesn’t mean you can’t bring a little bit of that hotel magic back home with you.


Can you say headboard goals? Dorothée Meilichzon designed this Art Nouveau-inspired headboard for Paris’sHotel Panache in the 9th arrondissement. The mix of patterns throughout the room-in shades of beige and subdued red-along with the custom-made brass lamp by Areti are pretty great, too.


Each of the 91 rooms at London’s Ham Yard Hotel were individually designed by Kit Kemp-and they all include a modern mix of colorful patterns, soothing neutrals, and quirky-cool details. Nervous to try out a seven-foot-tall floral headboard? Keep the color palette consistent and your bedroom can look as fantastic as this.


Here’s an idea to bring back home with you from your travels-instead of using a bench at the end of your bed, set up a mini sitting area with velvet armchairs like they did in the rooms at the latest Soho House property located in Istanbul’s Beyoglu neighborhood.


The rooms at The Hoxton, Amsterdam, a hotel that opened in 2015 on the Herengracht canal, are a dream for anyone looking for design inspo that’s a little more masculine. Details include rich wood paneling, leather headboards, and color-blocked walls.


You may feel super calm because you’re on vacation-but if you’re staying at the Hotel des Galeries in Brussels it could also be the soothing green details in the rooms designed by Fleur Delesalle and Camille Flammarion that are making you feel so cozy. Try this color in your own bedroom to recreate that blissful vacation feeling.



If you’ve been too afraid to try bold patterns out in your bedroom, take a page from the Halcyon House, a boutique hotel located just steps from the beach on the eastern coast of Australia. While mixing patterns on fabric upholstered walls and furniture might seem like a crazy idea, if you keep the walls monotone and the color palette consistent in the accent pieces it actually works.


Located on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula in Merida, Rosas & Xocolate is the place to visit for glam bedroom inspiration. With rich wooden furniture accented with pops of bright pink and green, along with geometric tile floor, this hotel’s decor is nothing short of sumptuous.


Recently opened in a double gallery townhouse in New Orleans’s Garden District, the Henry Howard Hotelpays tribute to the city’s musical heritage with custom toile wallpaper and a variety of jazz instruments used as wall décor.


If neutrals are your thing, get inspired with a few nights at the Riad Mena in Marrakech, Morocco. The Eileen Gray suite is a beautiful example of how you can make the most of a minimalist color palette of gray and white with pops of red.


Originally an 1890s athletic club, the Chicago Athletic Association was reinvented as a hotel in 2015. Staying true to the club’s roots, Roman & Williams designed the Founders Suite with masculine details like leather couches, black and white accents, and steel lamps. And that marble floor? Just dreamy.


Before it was a hotel, Rome’s Palazzo Dama belonged to the aristocratic Malaspina family. While the villa’s decor has been updated in rich shades of blue, the original architecture inspired the design of each room. In the junior suite seen here, the circular window details are echoed throughout the rest of the interior, from the bedside lamps to the coffee table.


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