Highlights from the Architectural Digest 2021 Hotel Awards
Architectural Digest has listed their top picks of exceptionally designed hospitality destinations from around the world. We have hand-picked our favourite winners to present to you.
Ace Hotel, Brooklyn
Located on the cusp of Downtown Brooklyn and Boerum Hill, The Ace hotel has been inspired by the geographical and cultural history of Brooklyn. Spacious and welcoming, the hotel incorporates communal and creative spaces for events such as intimate weddings, culinary workshops, record lunches, dinners, and receptions.
The guest rooms are fitted with floor to ceiling windows as well as original artwork by local fibre and textile artists. Rooms on the higher levels have panorama views of Brooklyn, Manhattan, and the Statue of Liberty.
Splendido Mare, Portofino, Italy
Tucked into the curve of Portofino harbour, Splendido Mare exudes charm whilst providing culture and endless exploring. With 14 rooms and suites to choose from, Mediterranean restaurants, bars, and ice cream parlours as well as boat excursions and water sports. Splendido Mare provides everything you could possibly need for the perfect stay.
Whimsical corridors and views of glittering sea views, luxury is highlighted throughout. Clean white and bright interiors with wooden accents provide a dream like escape. Subtle marbling details as well as Portofino’s glamorous village sprit flows thorough its doors. Guests will discover an alluring haven, chic in design and playful in nature.
The Maker Hotel, New York
Nestled by the Hudson River and around 2.5 hours from busy New York City, The Maker Hotel is surrounded by panoramic farmland, Catskill Mountains, and a wealth of nature.
The Maker Hotel brings a bespoke experience for its guests who can immerse themselves around hand crafted and custom pieces by Hudson Valley artisans.
The level of detail and layering of textures, materials and light create a truly unique atmosphere for The Makers guests to unforgettably enjoy.
Hotel Les Deux Gares, Paris
Think bright colours, patterns and maximalism in the most gorgeous way. Designed by Luke Edward Hall, Hotel Les Deux Gares offers a combination of English chic and French soul in design. Touches of Art deco furniture are placed throughout with clever layering of colours and patterns.
Located in Paris’s 10th arrondissement, Hotel Les Deux Gares welcomes its guests to stay in their playful and electric hostelry.