AD Magazine Reveals The Best Luxury Design Hotels For 2019 –With the popularity of the incredible Pied-À-Terre style, is getting really hard to choose a nice boutique hotel to stay in the holiday season!
The Architectural Digest Magazine created a brand new hot list for 2019, to help you choose wisely! They selected new and refurbished properties that not only are stunning in terms of design but actually help transform their location place for the better. Here are our top 3 hotels for the next year (according to the AD list):
This is going to be the very first sustainable resort at the Maldives Private Island by Hurawahli. The all-inclusive exclusive resort opened on December 1 and features 15 Japanese-style villas created by the renowned Yuji Yamasaki. All of the design emphasizes the essence of air and light with 300 kilowatts of solar panels placed on the roof of the luxury hotel.
Since the design concept it’s all about the health of the environment, the luxury resort has its own marine biologist to study and preserve the indigenous plants and trees that can only be discovered in this place. Guests will have the opportunity to swim with manta rays, turtles, and dolphins, and enjoy wellness treatments and a Himalayan Salt Room at the luxurious spa.
Located right in the middle of Tozeur, in Tunisia, this luxury hotel is going to be built around a palm tree grove and the endless desert. The new 93-room hotel grand opening is scheduled for the year of 2019! The luxury hotel, designed by Kansas-based Agora Architecture, honors the preservation of ancestral traditional construction techniques by using handmade clay bricks dried in the sun.
The interior design features pure lines and forms with artisanal details inspired by Tunisian heritage. The hotel guests will have the opportunity to go back in time with Bedouin-style camel and caravan voyages into the desert that includes a tour to the abandoned villages of Chebika, Tamerza, and Mides and to the film set of the original Star Wars.
Built in 1887, the redbrick Cadogan Hotel has a collection of five adjoining townhouses on the corner of Sloane and Pont streets, in Chelsea. However, this boutique hotel is going to have a promising new look for 2019! With a budget of $48 million pounds, the three-year restoration project was designed by G.A. group and Russell Sage Studio.
In here, all its visitors will have the opportunity to enjoy the transformed drawing room of actress Lillie Langtry, that (in case you don’t recognize her name) not only was the first woman to endorse a commercial product (a beautiful pear soap), but also was an incredible actress, a socialite, and the mistress of the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII). Some of the original decoration and architecture details were kept!
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