Displaying posts labeled "Hotel"

The Parker Palm Springs

Posted on Tue, 2 Oct 2007 by KiM

This might be the coolest hotel I’ve ever seen, and one day, I hope I get a chance to stay here. The Parker Palm Springs, designed by the king of all things modern-eclectic-retro, Jonathan Adler.

Gramercy Park Hotel

Posted on Thu, 23 Aug 2007 by KiM

Ian Schrager’s Gramercy Park Hotel is located in New York and was designed by artist Julian Schnabel. The rooms have a bohemian Spanish feel to them and are swathed in jewel-like tones of pinks, blues and greens. What an amazing experience it must be to spend a night there.

Semiramis Hotel

Posted on Fri, 13 Apr 2007 by KiM

“Hotels today make you feel like you’re living in the previous century. That’s the last thing I want to do.” – Karim Rashid


The Semiramis hotel in Athens was Karim Rashid’s first hotel project. “The Semiramis is an intimate hotel that focuses on positive energy, heightened experiences, culture, art, and design. It is a place for new contemporary experiences, to enjoy, work, and relax in a truly memorable way.”

Photos courtesy of Semiramis Hotel

Hotel Fox

Posted on Tue, 20 Mar 2007 by KiM

Alot of people have heard of Hotel Fox and I know other blogs have posted some of the photos from their site but I figured I had to do a post because it is one of the most original hotels I have ever seen. Located in Copenhagen, it consists of 61 rooms decorated by 21 artists. “Each room is an individual piece of art. From whacky comical styles to strict graphic design. From fantastic street art and Japanese Manga to simply spaced out fantasies. You will find flowers, fairytales, friendly monsters, dreaming creatures, secrets vaults and…”. Well, here’s a taste of what you’ll find at Hotel Fox.

I like Pink

Posted on Thu, 15 Feb 2007 by midcenturyjo

No this is not another post on pink rooms. This is a post for Pink, blogger extraordinaire of pink mohair and casapinka. She loves the g hotel, Galway Ireland, a Monogram Hotel designed by reknowned hat designer Philip Treacy, a native of Galway.