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Color-Obsessed Modern Hotels
Vacations are lively and adventurous when staying at one of these brightly-colored hotels.
The property has multiple leisure amenities, including a spa, a fitness center, and two heated outdoor pools surrounded...
Walking in the bar feels like walking into an old Western saloon, reimagined in a modern way.
By the "Picante Pool," the walls are painted the colors of Desert Mariposa Lily and Red Desert Globemallow.
The sliding window screens are made of afzelia wood.
The design is based off of the ryokan, Edo-period Japan's version of a motel.
Another cozy seating "pod" in the lobby, complete with reading material stowed in the cubbies below.
The Pantone Hotel in Brussels was designed by Michel Penneman and architect Olivier Hannaert.
Each of the hotel's seven floors are dedicated to a different color including blue, yellow, green, purple, brown, red...
The lobby is a mix of various hues and color palettes.
The design and colors of the hotel are inspired by the destination—a graceful melding of Missoni and Kuwait’s aesthetic.
In an interview with the Huffington Post, Rosita Missoni compared the Edinburgh property to this one: "The country...
One of Signora Missoni’s pet peeves is carpeting in hotels.
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