CHRISTMAS BREAK IS ALMOST HERE, AND IF YOU’RE PLANNING A TRIP, OR YOU’RE ABOUT TO BOOK A SPECIAL WEEKEND FOR A SPECIAL SOMEONE ACROSS EUROPE,HERE’S A SELECTION OF GORGEOUS THEMED HOTELS, SUITABLE FOR DESIGN LOVERS, OR BEATLES FAN, EVEN FOR THOSE WHO DON’T FEAR THE COLD OR THE CONCEPTUAL ONES, HOPE YOU GET THE CHANCE TO SEE THEM SOONER OR LATER!
The Pantone Hotel, located in Brussels city centre, gives hosts the chance to live a unique experience.
The building presents an exceptional use of contrast: a white backdrop vs. saturated and pop colors; aiming to showcase color of emotion through distinctive hue in each room and floor.
Every products, from chairs to mugs to shampoo samples has been translated in Pantone’s color codes.
If you’re planning a trip to Brussels take a chance to color block your life in pantone hues!
The original IceHotel is located in the tiny Swedish town of Jukkasjarvi. Since 1989, every winter, workers cut ice from the frozen Torne River and sculpt enormous ice blocks to construct the world-famous hotel.
The accommodations includes Snow Rooms, Ice Rooms, Art Suites and Northern Lights Suites.
The hotel is open only between December and mid-April, when the construction begins to slowly melt and return to the river. There’s even an ice church that can host frozen weddings!
HARD DAYS NIGHT HOTEL
The former city hall of Liverpool, sitting adjacent to the famous Cavern Club where Beatles rose to fame, was transformed into a giant homage in hotel form to the band.
Their music is played in the public rooms and all 110 rooms are individually designed around the contours of the original building and elegantly furnished with specially commissioned Beatles-inspired artworks adorning the walls.
PROPELLER ISLAND CITY LODGE
“Propeller island” is a pseudonym used by the german artist Lars Stroschen to publish his audio-visual creations.
The City Lodge is an abitable work of art, in the heart of Berlin perfect for those in search of adventures and unique experience.
The rooms vary from tame to the extreme, and provide the opportunity to alter your perspective of reality, as for the “upside down room”, where furnishing hang from the ceiling and guests sleep in boxes under the floorboards.
Text by Irene Pazzanese