It’s obvious. We’ll take any excuse to travel, but a new boutique hotel is already reason enough for us to take a trip. Because we simply love exploring new inspiring creative concepts for restaurants and hotels. Especially if they are as stylish as these three new design hotels in Europe:
Miss Clara Hotel, Stockholm
Built in 1910, the former school building has been lovingly restored and has taken its name form the school’s first headmistress Miss Clara. The hotel is a symbiotic study in Art Nouveau and Scandinavian design hinting to it’s past of a girls school. Monochrome minimalism just how we like it!
Address: Sveavägen 48, 11134 Stockholm
T: +46 8 4406700
Casa Bonay, Barcelona
First of all, we can’t wait for summer to finally come around. Second: we can’t help but love rooftops! Since Casa Bonay in Barcelona opened its doors in early 2016 it has become one of the hippest places in town for both visitors and locals. In the warmer months, the cute rooftop bar El Chiringuito serves food and drinks while a separate rooftop space features an orchard and herb garden for hotel guests. Meet you there?
Adress: Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes 700, 08010 Barcelona
T: +34 935 45 80 50
Hotel Panache, Paris
Where do all the it-girls stay during fashion week? It’s here at Hotel Panache. After successfully starting out with their first venture the Hotel Paradis, the owners opened a second hotel just as stylish in summer last year. Every room has a slightly different design, there’s a lounge with books and guides to browse, some really cool magazines and a map of the area with local recommendations for nearby cafés and shops.
Address: 1, rue Geoffroy-Marie, 75009 Paris
Tel: +33 1 47 70 85 87
Pictures: Hotel Panache, Miss Clara Hotel, Casa Bonay (MetrixellArjalaguer)