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The six hottest hotels of the week

LUX NOMADE is on a constant search for new and upcoming hotels in destinations that excite and inspire. We are constantly on a quest to find, not only new but unique and exciting boutique hotels, resorts and retreats worldwide. This week’s hottest hotels are rich in history, offers impressive architecture coupled with outstanding interior design.

1. Form Hotel Dubai

Set behind a striking façade conceived by the internationally renowned Architecture-Studio, Form Hotel Dubai is a timelessly designed boutique property which speaks to the souls of forward-thinking travellers through a visual language of custom-crafted spaces, guest-rooms, and experiences.

2. Hotel Pacai

Lithuania’s capital, Vilnius, is now home to Hotel Pacai, a property that perfectly echoes this city’s 17th-century Baroque grandeur yet augments it with a contemporary twist. Famous for being the most magnificent mansion in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, the stately building has been reborn thanks to the inspired efforts of a passionate team of local architects and designers.

3. Stamba Hotel

Housed in one of Tbilisi’s most important 20th-century landmarks, the new Stamba Hotel takes on the spirit of a former publishing house by showcasing the brutalist splendour of the original structure, including rediscovered printing paraphernalia that has been imaginatively restored and repurposed in the heart of Georgia’s capital.

4. Hotel St. George

Housed in a meticulously refurbished landmark structure directly across from beautiful Old Church Park in the very heart of Helsinki, Hotel St. George not only offers guests a stunningly contemporary property set on a historically rich stage but a total revamp of the concept of what a hotel should be.

5. Le Collatéral

Dating to the 6th century with “new” elements added in the 18th century, the structure that houses the four-room Le Collatéral has had many incarnations, from church to cabaret to furniture store to its life now as a fully immersive gallery and hotel.

6. The Hide

The Hide hotel stands as a beacon of welcome, inspiration, relaxation, and social connection—literally, a hidden gem among the crystal-geode stones that have made this corner of the Swiss Alps a UNESCO World Heritage site.

For enquires and bookings visit www.designhotels.com

Ole Henriksen

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