With 20 individually styled rooms and suites, a four-bedroom private riad, 3 swimming pools and its own hammam spa, El Fenn is a unique boutique hotel combining grandeur, historic architecture and Morrocan style with hideaway nooks, terraces and gardens filled with beautiful bougainvillea and the sweet hum of birds – making it a peaceful place from which to enjoy Africa’s most exotic city. Gorgeous, definitely worth a trip!
The Hotel Bikini Berlin is a unique project by hotel group 25hours and architectural firm KEC Architects. It promotes the movement of building progressive and modern structures that provide urban oases and restorative design.The hotel offers a rooftop bar and restaurant with a wide open design and a 360 degree panorama which includes sensational views of Tiergarten Park, the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church and the Berlin Zoo. Its interior urban jungle consists of vertical planting functioning as living walls, lush vegetation and hanging plants scattered throughout rooms… It’s a striking, “green” atmosphere which makes you reconnect with nature.
A secret in the heart of West Hollywood !
Inspired by the Mediterranean lifestyle and fashioned after a private pied-a-terre, my absolute favorite hideawayl in the city of angels is called “Petit Ermitage”. The beautiful boutique hotel offers an intimate sanctuary in which to take refuge from the bustling city of Los Angeles. Nestled on a quiet street in West Hollywood, the bohemian Hotel is located just a few steps from the infamous Sunset Strip.
The Private Rooftop Club is one of the most magical outdoor spaces in LA. Replete with a French-style garden that stuns with butterfly-and-hummingbird sanctuary, a salt water pool, cabanas, an outdoor fireplace and 360 degree prime views of the Hollywood Hills… it is so stunning – you don’t want to be anywhere else!
“Petit Ermitage encourages its eclectic mix of visiting artists, unconventional business travelers and enlightened thinkers to unwind in a state of tranquility and enter the laissez- faire lifestyle of the modern day bohemian”