Category: Travel

Travel: Hotel Wallace, Paris

Parisian hotel brand Orso has opened a new hotel in Paris’s 15th arrondissement called Hôtel Wallace. Designed by architecture and design studio Hauvette & Madani, the Wallace features 48 rooms with retro chic Italian decor – terrazzo-tiled floors, glossily lacquered wood headboards in the bedrooms,…

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Travel: Hotel Arlberg, Lech, Austria

The Arlberg – different by tradition. This motto may well apply, but it hardly describes the warm, down-to-earth atmosphere and at the same time this visionary, contemporary spirit with which the two young hosts Benjamin Schneider and Patrick Krummenacher are leading this family hotel from…

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Travel: Hotel Le Sud, Juan Les Pins, France

Lovers of the French Riviera watch out! A new player has entered the game – Hotel Le Sud perfectly located in Juan Les Pins (this name alone!) between Nice and Cannes. It’s a mediterranean cocoon designed by interior architect Stéphanie Lizée with 29 rooms, furnished…

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Travel: Hotel Amour, Nice, France

Do you also miss traveling so bad? I do. And now I’m sitting here drooling over my latest find: Hotel Amour Nice! This new boutique hotel with 38 rooms is the latest newcomer to the Amour family is located in the Avenue des Fleurs, just…

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Travel Switzerland: Villa Flor, S-Chanf

Charming Villa Flor is a small boutique hotel located in the village of S-chanf in Upper Engladin, close to the banks of the River Inn and the Swiss National Park. The manor house from 1904 has been restored inspired by Art Nouveau and modernism and…

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Travel: Locke at Broken Wharf, London

Locke at Broken Wharf, the newest opening of Locke Hotels, is a 113 room boutique hotel in the very heart of the British capital, only minutes away from St Paul’s Cathedral and just across the Millennium Bridge from Tate Modern. Architects Grzywinski+Pons have reimagined the…

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Travel: Casa Santa Teresa, Corsica

Lately I’ve been phantasizing over my next holiday like crazy. Not sure when we are allowed to travel again, but Casa Santa Teresa is definitely a place I’d like to visit with a group of friends. The 50s building has completely been remodeled in 2019…

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