Discover The 5 Hotels On Our Bucket List Which Scream Interior Goals•
Posted on 23 July 2019
Discover The 5 Hotels On Our Bucket List Which Scream Interior Goals
As we’ve gotten older, we’ve moved away from the idea of “it’s a bed for the night” we all had at 18, and more towards the mindset of “let’s find an Instagram-worthy hotel to stay at”. There’s something so satisfying arriving at your hotel to find you’ve picked an absolute gem, especially when the interior design is on point.
So today we’ve travelled the globe (albeit from our laptops) to share five of the more incredibly well-designed hotels on our bucket list, from Tasmania to Williamsburg to right here in the UK.
The Williamsburg Hotel
Our love of NYC never stops so the top of the list is this one, The Williamsburg Hotel is the perfect spot for rooftop cocktails in the evening to overlook the Manhattan skyline. A mix of typical New York industrial interior – think exposed brickwork and black metal detailing – and bold colours, graphic prints and eclectic design, this really is one for the hit list even if you just pop in for drinks to check out the décor whilst exploring the other side of the river. Get the look with our Industrial Mesh Cupboard - Black.
Address: 96 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11249, USA
The Gara Rock Hotel
Located on the coast of Devon, The Gara Rock Hotel provides some of the most breath-taking bedroom views in the whole of the UK. Designed as a relaxed coastal retreat, this space mixes earthy tones such as tan, mustard and orange with natural textures, sheepskin throws and the most amazing wood shiplap wall detail. Be sure to check out the cinema room with deep green velvet armchairs and popcorn on tap. Get the look with our Abstract Blue Cotton Rug.
Address: East Portlemouth, Salcombe TQ8 8FA
The Hoxton Hotel Paris
Following suit from its London counterparts, The Hoxton Hotel Paris has taken up residency in the French capital and has become a firm favourite with the style crowd. This joint is the perfect place for an Instagram caption or two, and although the bedrooms are certainly swoon worthy as you can see from the picture above, it’s the courtyard and public areas (designed by the team behind Soho House) that really stand out. Get the look with our Steampunk Desk.
Address: 30-32 Rue du Sentier, 75002 Paris, France
Located in the heart of Copenhagen behind the Royal Danish Theatre, Sanders Hotel is everything you’d expect from a Scandinavian establishment – relaxed, functional and incredibly well designed. Working with design company Lind + Almond, the hotel embodies mid-century modern with luxe finishes throughout its 54 rooms and public spaces, including Sanders Kitchen and TATA – a decadent bar to enjoy a drink or two in the evening. Get the look with our Set of Three Jute and Cotton Baskets.
Address: Tordenskjoldsgade 15, 1055 København, Denmark
This Tasmanian coastal shack has become quite the destination, repeatedly named one of the best hotels to visit in Australia – although big enough to fit one family, we’ll call this more of an Airbnb situation. Established by stylist Sarah Andrews, every inch of this cottage has been considered and perfectly executed. Think shiplap walls, dried followers, rope, industrial lighting, rustic woods and organic products on offer in your bathroom. This remote hotel might just be worth the journey for the ultimate R&R. Get the look with our Foundry Hooks.
Address: Lettes Bay Historical Village, Strahan Tasmania
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