Escape the ordinary and step into a world of pure imagination and wonder. While traditional hotels offer comfort and convenience, these incredibly unique stays will take your experience to a whole new level of excitement and immersion. From fantasy worlds to historical eras, each of these themed HIP Hotels cater to a wide range of interests, making your holiday truly unforgettable.
This collection of boutique hotels in Texas invites you to a unique sensory experience. Located in Downtown Austin, Uptown Dallas, Houston Museum District and Houston Memorial City, take a journey through extraordinary elegance and be prepared for an experience like no other. Each establishment have their own take on their Magnificent Seven Suites; a range of characterful and vibrant quarters all boasting their own eclectic themes. From the lavish ‘Crouching Tiger’ and the jagger-worthy ‘Rock Star’ room, to the celestial ‘Houston We Have A Problem’ and exotic ‘Passage To India’ – ZaZa encourages you not to take yourself too seriously and to feast your senses in abundance. Be blown away by the daring displays on offer, be amazed by the impeccable attention to detail, and reinvent your concept of hotel luxury. If a hotel could accomplish a phenomenal luxury experience through their signature suites, whether you’re here for business or pleasure, ZaZa offer their guests more than just a hotel stay.
If you’re searching for a place that packs personality and refined class, look no further than Bomans Hotell. This is one of those unusual stays – not for the cookie cutter type of person that’s for sure. A homely tavern located in a coastal town just an hour from Stockholm, here nothing is toned down and the owner’s playfulness and decorating urge shines throughout the hotel. Owner Kristin’s love for playfulness has married into the design of the property – “more is more, less is a bore”. Wearing its history in the form of fabrics, art pieces and offbeat decor, each and every room has a different personality in mind. From Bono’s Knight Commander to Keith Richard’s Glimmer Twin, here at Bomans you can choose from a whole world of themed accommodations. Forgot to pack heels? Maybe even a scarf? You will also be left a box of designer heels in your room to use for the evening, as well as have a selection of Hermès scarves to choose from – quirky and practical! If there’s one way to describe this eclectic boutique, it is that it’s anything but ordinary.
A coastal haven where nautical chic meets Italian elegance, Maison La Minervetta captivates visitors not only with its breathtaking views, but also its unique design theme. Perched on the cliffs of Sorrento, this cliffside oasis overlooks the Gulf of Naples and the iconic mount Vesuvius. From the moment you step inside, you are greeted with a nautical ambiance that pays homage to Sorrento's seafaring traditions. The lobby features a colour palette reminiscent of the sea, with varying shades of blue and white, evoking a sense of calm and serenity. Each room is a masterpiece of design, blending contemporary comforts with nautical motifs. The use of maritime-themed artwork, seashell-shaped decor, and even porthole-style windows creates an immersive experience that celebrates the sea at every turn. Maison La Minervetta is more than just a hotel; it's a journey into the heart of Italy's coastal heritage.
As soon as you step into Hotel Gotham, you're transported to the glitz and glamour of the 1920s. The lobby, with its black and gold colour scheme, glossy marble floors, and geometric patterns, pays homage to the Art Deco movement. The era's influence is palpable in every detail, from the intricate chandeliers to the rich velvet furnishings. Nestled within the heart of Manchester, this boutique hotel is a testament to exquisite design and opulent luxury. Focusing its offering on glitzy decadence and theatre with a wonderfully distinctive twist, indulge in retro early twentieth-century Manhattan glamour as the city centre Hotel Gotham brings out the superhero in all of us, quite literally symbolising New York's fictional alter-ego. The rooms and suites here are more than just places to sleep; they are experiences themselves. Meticulously designed with a unique personality, blending contemporary comforts with Art Deco aesthetics, the custom-made furniture, plush carpets, and intriguing artwork adorn the rooms, creating an ambiance that is both comfortable and visually stimulating. Not to mention the bespoke headboards are inspired by the doors of the sages, a nod to the building’s former life as a bank. Designed by Edwin Lutyens, Hotel Gotham is on the scene to change a metropolitan take on boutique hotels.
Salzburg, the Austrian city of Mozart, stunning alpine landscapes, and architectural splendour, has a secret waiting to be discovered. Tucked away in the heart of the city's historic centre, Hotel Goldgasse stands as a testament to timeless design, seamlessly merging heritage and contemporary elegance in a way that enchants every guest who crosses its threshold. Stepping inside, you are transported into a world of elegance and sophistication. Once a 16th-century coppersmith's workshop, now a stylish boutique hotel, this unique boutique is completely dedicated to the famous Salzburg Festival. Indulge in bold prints of opera, concert and festival performances, and be inspired by ancient vaulted architecture through the historic stucco, old stone floors, antique pillar fragments, remnants of a fresco and quotes from the past. Not to mention the Sound of Music is pre-loaded on each guest room’s infotainment system, you can't get any better than that!
London's Marylebone district, known for its quintessential British charm and leafy streets, is home to a hidden gem that encapsulates the city's rich history and timeless elegance: Henry's Townhouse. Step into a bygone era and enjoy a masterful blend of classic sophistication and modern comforts. Occupying a historic Georgian building that exudes the grandeur of the 18th century, its façade, adorned with ornate architectural details, is a testament to the architectural finesse of the era. This heritage-listed property was once the home of Henry Austen, Jane Austen’s favourite brother, adding a touch of literary history to its already impressive pedigree. The interiors are an exquisite blend of classic Georgian elements and modern design touches. Rich, deep colours, plush furnishings, and exquisite artwork adorn the common areas, creating an atmosphere of opulence.
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