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Hotels are a dime a dozen but sometimes you have the chance to stay in one that changes your expectation of design. These boutique hotels are taking trendy to another level. Hotel Interior Design brings you the top 5 trendiest hotels of 2015. In consideration, we took each detail, like the hospitality furniture, the localization and even the bathroom decor.
Seven Hotel Paris, France
Do you dream of sleeping in the clouds? At Seven Hotel Paris, design innovation is at its peak. This strange, yet extremely unique hotel will have you sleeping on a levitating bed and glancing through glass walls into your bathroom. One of the most popular rooms has a sky mural painted on the ceiling so you feel as if you’re flying.
The space pictured above is the Black Diamond Suite. While enjoying this room, you’ll get to take a dip in the Swarovski bathtub and basin, take a sip of champagne in the corner lounge, and brew a fresh cup of java from the Nespresso machine. Designed by Sylvia Corrette, black becomes a relaxing neutral accented with gold and silver.
The Highland Dallas, Texas USA
Embracing easy elegance, The Highland Dallas is a trendy destination for those spending their time in Texas. Inspired by it’s location in Highland Park, this hotel demands the best of everything. From Frette linens to upscale bath amenities, each guest room is lavishly appointed.
From the moment you wander into the oversized lobby, you’ll notice neutral elements mixed with lavish prints and lighting fixtures. The entire hotel utilizes grey and white tones. A focus on repetition also takes this space to another design level as interesting architecture mixes with high design.
Hotel Monaco, Washington USA
If you could describe Hotel Monaco in one word, it would be trendy. This fabulous boutique hotel is located in downtown Seattle and embraces a holistic style, placing yoga mats in every room. Amenities keep you feeling pampered with free wine receptions and coffee and tea service.
Hotel Monaco offers the perfect stylish inspiration. The mixing of patterns is exceptional and designers along with homeowners should take note. In the lobby and in the guestrooms, textures and patterns collide to create a visual tapestry. Hotel Monaco uses white as a backdrop for wild wallpaper, printed throw pillows, and patterned curtains.
The Wit Hotel, Chicago USA
The Wit Hotel is an urban-chic escape for those in the Windy City. Standing as a “homage to creativity and expression”, this boutique hotel, owned by Hilton, is on many traveler’s wishlists. One of the best aspects of The Wit is their floor-to-ceiling windows that give guests sweeping views of downtown Chicago.
Playing off the view, designers gave each space an industrial feel. You’ll see textured wallpapers and typography on the walls. The classic room has mirrored furniture pieces and acrylic lamp bases. Moving to the biggest suite, The Paramount (pictures above), you’ll find architectural columns worked into the design and a living room with floor-to-ceiling windows on both sides of the space. If you’re a sucker for well-designed bathrooms, The Wit won’t disappoint. The Paramount’s bath has a corner soaking tub with views of downtown and a separate glass-enclosed shower.
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Rumor The Las Vegas Boutique Hotel, Las Vegas USA
Las Vegas is known for its hotels and sleekly designed rooms. Rumor The Las Vegas Boutique Hotel has customized mega suites that hit every amenity on your checklist. Four different suites have themes like the Gossip, the Swinger, the Diva, and the Camouflage. The suite pictured has one-of-a-kind wall art and coordinating furniture pieces. While there, you’ll really feel like you’re partying Vegas-style with a custom California King bed and a balcony that overlooks the hotel’s courtyard.
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If you like damask prints and feminine touches, the Rumor was made for you! A lot of the rooms utilize mood lighting and oversized walk-in showers. The modern style also flows throughout the property. Addiction Restaurant mimics the rooms with silhouettes of utensils painted on the walls and acrylic chairs. You can enjoy a meal at this stylish establishment during your stay.