Category: Travel

Travel: Spend a night Chez Marie-Sixtine

There’s a two-room apartment above French fashion label Marie Sixtine’s flagship store in Paris’s 11th Arrondissement which is waiting for “special guest of Marie Sixtine”. Together with Art Director Sandrine Place and Architect Baptiste Legué the label created a candy-coloured cocoon, where this fashion label’s entire universe is reincarnated…

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A boutique home in Paris: the C.O.Q Hotel

Paris is the city with the most beautiful boutique hotels in the world, if you ask me. And C.O.Q Hotel is definitely one of them. C.O.Q Hotel – the name is an acronym of “Community of Quality” – is tucked away on a small street near the Place d’Italie. Designed…

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Travel: Senato Hotel, Milano

The old building was once the private home of the Ranza family: four generations of entrepreneurs. Now the property opens its doors as a boutique hotel with uniquely Milanese hospitality in 43 rooms. The welcoming interior is an assembly of marble, brass and wood designed by architect Alessandro…

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CasaCau – boutique apartements in Rome

In a lovingly converted 17th-century building, just a stone throw away from the Trevi fountain, CasaCau hotel offers six individually styled boutique apartments. You’ll find an eclectic mix of retro-chic furniture, modern features and quirky art pieces. Lovely details like fresco-printed headboards and vintage Olivetti typewriters…

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Casa Caiadas – an Alentejo boutique hotel

If you are looking for an authentic Portuguese getaway: Casas Caiadas might be the places. This luxury boutique hotel close to Évora, in the unspoiled Alentejo region, is designed for hosting couples and families up to 8 people. There are 3 independent houses available for rent, fully restored from a…

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Travel: Malmerendas Boutique Hotel in Porto

Porto is one of the cities on top of my “travel destinations list”. And I might consider a stay at Malmerendas Boutique Lodging. This small boutique hotel is located in the city center of Porto in a newly restored early twentieth century building. Each of the five available suites respects the…

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City Guide: A weekend in Göteborg

  The best way to explore Göteborg is by strolling around town. Sweden’s second largest city has everything you need for a successful shopping spree: small indie shops and local brands. Buy shrimps at the “Feskekörka”, try the biggest cinnamon buns in the world at Café Husaren and have a coffee break in one…

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Travel: Hotel Panache, Paris

When in Paris, you should definitely consider to stay at the newly opened Hotel Panache. Located on the corner of rue Faubourg Montmartre and rue Geoffroy Marie, the Panache is quintessentially Parisian. Imbued with a strong character, it confidently assumes its quirkiness. Relentlessly attentive to…

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Travel Guide: Marrakech

Welcome to Marrakech, the Red City. It’s the heart of Morocco, a dazzling city in the middle of the desert, a mixture of luxury and simplicity. Let me introduce you to my favourite places! WHAT TO SEE Jemaa El Fna Jemaa El Fna (“La Place”),…

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When in Paris: Hotel Henriette

Are you planning a Paris break? Then you should definitely have a gander at this newly renovated gem: Hotel Henriette, situated in a small and quiet street close to the Mouffetard district (Rive Gauche). The 32 bedrooms have been created by interior designer Vanessa Scoffier…

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