Articles tagged Hotel

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Outsiders going local: Q&A with Ave Bradley of Kimpton Hotels

Amsterdam – From Kimpton De Witt in the US hotel chain’s first European location, Ave Bradley explains how a foreigner tackles a locally oriented establishment.

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Five Days of Frame #117: with sportspitality, fitness enters the hotel room

TRENDS – In our July/August issue we discuss how more and more industries – including hospitality – are tapping into the wellness sector.

Billboard: Out Now Mark #69
Billboard: Out Now Mark #69
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Five Days of Frame #117: Werner Aisslinger predicts the future of hospitality

TRENDS – Following the success of 25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin with another venue in Zurich, the German designer shares his vision for the future of the industry.

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Does IntercityHotel’s new design concept say it best when it says nothing at all?

GERMANY – Matteo Thun’s IntercityHotel 2.0 concept is designed ‘with no zeitgeisty ambitions’. But in a world of fast-changing trends, can anything be made to last?

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Woods Bagot checks in to Perth’s Palace Hotel

PERTH – The opulence and luxury of a hotel from Western Australia’s 1890’s gold rush make a hospitable home for the Woods Bagot Perth Studio.

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The Student Hotel: more than a hotel and not just for students

EINDHOVEN – The latest branch of the rapidly expanding hospitality chain opens its doors, inviting young people to gather, stay, and inspire each other in the hybrid space.

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Buro Curious simulates red-light seduction at the Volkshotel

AMSTERDAM – Buro Curious transforms a bespoke hotel room into a space to seduce and be seduced.

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Hotels readers' choice: top projects of 2016

This year hospitality responded to the emerging niche target groups in the world of travel; hostels focus on social interaction for millennials, the flashpackers are met with a dash of luxury, and …

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Leaderboard CIFF
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Hospitality hubs designed for social interaction and cultural reflection

AMSTERDAM – The venues in our new book Night Fever 5 are not only destinations to drink, dine and dream from across the globe, they are also spaces for social interaction, with many of the designs …

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The Invisible Party's tongue-in-cheek twists rejuvenate the luxury-hotel market

DÜSSELDORF – Designed by Dutch studio The Invisible Party, Hotel The Fritz marks a transformation from tradition to contemporary luxury. 

Faena Forum, Faena Bazaar and Faena Park by OMA. Photos Iwan Baan
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A trio of concrete structures by OMA completes Faena’s Miami dream

MIAMI – The story of the mid-beach Faena District began with one man’s dream of transformation. Now, the final stage of the USD 1 billion (EUR 928 million) investment has been completed.

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Sir Jony Ive, Marc Newson and Michael Howells transform a hotel lobby into a fairy-tale forest

LONDON – Claridge’s immersive forest installation – designed by Sir Jony Ive, Marc Newson and Michael Howells for the Christmas period – merges nature and technology.