by Nuno Seixas
The year of 2017 is almost at its end and today Center Tables Blog brings a curated selection of the Best Hotels of 2017 a Dezeen a top 10. Thinking about next years vacation? We show you some awesome locations.
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Alila Yangshuo | China
by Vector Architects
A disused sugar mill in China’s mountains was transformed by Vector Architects into a resort hotel. This unique space features a group of gabled masonry structures designed to complement the existing industrial architecture around. The hotel is situated between two mountains, that make this area in the Guangxi region a very popular destination for tourists that are in love with picturesque scenes.
Tulum Treehouse | Mexico
by CO-LAB Design Office
This unique and incredible place in the Mexican resort of Tulum features a white-concrete guest house surrounded by a mesmerizing tropical set that can be seen from above thanks to a large roof terrace. This is a five-bedroom private spot that as white concrete all around and is located back from the main beach road.
The Krane | Denmark
Aregency transformed an industrial coal crane in a Copenhagen harbor into a luxury two-person retreat, including sleeping facilities and a private spa. It is located on the edge of Nordhavn and is one of the last harbors under renovation in Denmark’s capital. The unique Krane sits on the waterfront and is easily accessed by a drawbridge-like staircase.
Edgen Locke Hotel | Scotland
by Grzywinski + Pons
This Edinburgh hotel is full of pastel-colored walls, wicker furniture, and numerous plants. The New York studio was called to design its interiors contrasting with its 18th century stone exterior. The studio selected a tropical material palette in contrast with the Georgian terraced houses and enhance the warm color of the Scottish light.
Anvil Hotel | USA
by Studio Tack
The amazing Brooklyn-based Studio Tack transformed a set of run-downs structures into this cosy retreat, close to the unique landscape of the Teton Mountains and Yellowstone National Park. The Anvil Hotel has 49 rooms divided into two floors.
The Ned | England
by Soho House
A bank in London City designed in 1924 by the British architect Edwin “Ned” Lutyens was transformed into a lavish hotel, club and dining venue by Soho House, named The Ned in his honor.
At Six | Sweden
by Universal Design Studio
Located in Stockholm, the At Six Hotel is home to one of Europe’s most significant hotel art collections. The Universal Design Studio was responsible for a complete interior renovation of 343 room luxury hotel in the Swedish capital’s and also designed a new entrance.
Barceló Torre de Madrid | Spain
by Jaime Hayón
The Spanish designer Jaime Hayón goal was to create a space that offered their visitors a “visual journey through Spain’s past” by combining Arabic and Moorish details with his traditional playful aesthetic.
Casa Flora | Italy
by Diego Paccagnella
This unique apartment as custom furniture from more than 20 Italian companies. The space aims to bring a contemporary design to the canals of Venice. The finished project is a short-term rental that is filled with a whole household.
Koti | France
by Linda Bergroth
The guests of this unique space have the option to stay in one of six wooden cabins located around the parameter of the room and enjoy a typically Finnish breakfast together around a table designed by architects Mattila & Merz.
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