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The Incredible Furnas Boutique Hotel in the Azores

People often forget the Azores when booking a holiday but in recent years the archipelago is finally getting the recognition it deserves. The incredible islands have an unbelievable amount to offer and are one of Europe’s most breathtaking natural havens. The Furnas Boutique Hotel is a luxury hotel which offers visitors a stunning experience to connect with nature and to truly relax.

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Located on the São Miguel Island, in the valley of the Furnas, which is the area with the most concentrated thermal waters in Europe, the Furnas Boutique Hotel is truly a remarkable luxury experience bathed in the peace and tranquillity of nature.

Furnas Boutique Hotel Azores

The interior design is reflective of the relaxation you will experience during your stay. The beautiful combination of modern and traditional influences creates a stunning balance and helps visitors to find their zen whilst connecting to nature. The use of an earthy and down-to-earth palette of greys and browns as well as the stone elements truly integrates the Furnas Boutique Hotel into its surroundings.

The Hotel offers a wide range of experiences for each type of traveller. From the adventure and sports enthusiasts to nature lovers, there is something to do for everyone.

The Furnas Boutique Hotel also has its stunning À Terra restaurant. The natural fruits of nature and the rustic lifestyle inspire the incredible food here. With a menu boasting plates that will bring you the most delicious aromas, textures and tastes.

The Thermal Spa at this luxury boutique hotel must not be overlooked. This is the perfect place to unwind and appreciate the true tranquillity of the island. The Furnas Boutique Hotel boasts both an outdoor and indoor thermal experience pools.

Of course they also have a sauna and Turkish bath as well as a luxuriously wide range of spa treatments from exfoliations, massages, hidromassages and even reflexology. This spa leaves nothing to be desired and you will leave completely relaxed.

When booking your next holiday to Europe do not forget to take a look at what the Azores has to offer and in particular the Furnas Boutique Hotel, the perfect place to take everything in and unwind.


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The most bohemian Art Deco Hotels

The most bohemian Art Deco Hotels – With bold geometric shapes, lush colors, and a heavy hand of opulence, Art Deco is one of the world’s most beloved architectural styles. What started in France in the 1920s has had an everlasting influence on everything from fashion and jewelry to buildings and structures. And hotels are no stranger to the lavish and swank atmosphere it offers. In order to improve your luxury travel and hotel experience, here are the most bohemian Art Deco hotels, whether you were re-inspired by The Great Gatsby or are a die-hard Deco fan.

Fairmont Peace Hotel – Shangai

"Fairmont Peace Hotel Art Deco lobby - Shanghai" - The most bohemian Art Deco Hotels

Right on the Bund, Shanghai’s 270-room Peace Hotel majestically rises on the city’s riverfront district. It’s been a landmark since it opened in 1929. The design calls to mind old-fashioned glamour with a modern sensibility, but nothing takes away from the Art Deco touches like the gilded geometric shapes and ceiling ornamentation. A notable feature is a yellow glass rotunda where sunlight casts a gorgeous golden hue.

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The Savoy – London

"The Savoy bar - London"

Opened in 1889 and reopened in 2010 after a $340-million renovation, the glamorous 268-room The Savoy on the banks of the Thames river in London is Art Deco at its finest. No two rooms are the same, and all feature Deco-style furnishings with rich color palettes. The Beaufort Bar is decadent and ornate with black and gold interiors and rare vintage champagnes on the menu.

The Raleigh – Miami

"The Raleigh Art Deco swiming-pool - Miami"

Of course, Miami reigns as America’s Art Deco haven, and The Raleigh is arguably the most famous example. Lavish interiors bring to the mind the roaring 20s thanks to architect L. Murray Dixon, who gave the hotel much Art Deco love when it was built in the 1940s. The iconic pool, which has been featured in several movies, is ultra stylish and oh-so-retro.

The Chatwal – New York

"The Chatwal Art Deco Lobby Bar - New York"

The sophisticated, 76-room landmark The Chatwal in New York City restored the original features of the Stanford White-designed building, thanks to designer Thierry Despont. The terrific restaurant is named after America’s first professional theater club, The Lambs, and Art Deco details like chrome metal, suede walls, and wood paneling are well preserved. Step back in time at the bar that serves classic cocktails of the roaring 20s.

Art Deco Imperial Hotel – Prague

"Imperial Hotel Restaurant - Prague"

Built in 1913 and massively restored in 2007, the Art Deco Imperial Hotel is one of the most elegant hotels in Prague with all 86 rooms in Art Deco furnishings. Engaging design details like antique bathtubs, grand beds, and Cubist furnishings are a blast from the past. The signature Cafe Imperial—visited by Franz Kafka—is a masterpiece with original Art Nouveau ceramic tiled walls, mosaic ceilings, decorative pillars, and a grand marble staircase.

The Waldorf Astoria – New York

"The Waldorf Astoria Art Deco restaurant - New York"

The legendary, iconic Waldorf Astoria in NYC is considered one of the world’s great examples of Art Deco, and it comes with a storied past. The landmark hotel features a restored lobby with intricate murals, antique furnishings, and a heavy hand of glamour. Guests can find murals by French artist Louis Rigal and a tile mosaic adorns the floor. The hotel also features lights hanging from the gold-and-silver leaf ceiling.

Ritz Carlton South Beach – Miami

"Ritz Carlton South Beach bar - Miami"

Miami’s Ritz Carlton South Beach is all glam and luxury with modern sensibilities. Housed in a mid-century modern building, the 375-room hotel still has terrazzo floors, Venetian plaster accents, and curved cherry wood walls lit by domed sconces.

Hotel Martinez – Cannes

"Hotel Martinez Art Deco Bar - Cannes"

The Grand Hyatt Hotel Martinez in Cannes is no stranger to A-listers. The 409-room, grand hotel right on the Croisette is a stand-out as the flagship hotel of the Riviera. Opened in 1929, the interiors are elegant, classic, and timeless. Seven floors look over the seafront, but it’s just as famous for its interiors (and the celeb guests within) as its exterior views.

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Hotel Montana – Luzern

"Hotel Montana Art Deco Bar - Luzern"

Fans of Cubism will love  Hotel Montana. Originally opened in 1910 as a palace hotel in Luzern, Switzerland, this stomping ground for high society adopted to the art deco trend as soon as it flourished. Everything here, from the wallpaper and textiles to wood veneer and architecture, is inspired by cubism. And all renovations that have happened here, from the rooms to the facade, swing to the beat of Art Deco.

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