El LUJO es para TODOS
Una gran caja de Herzog & de Meuron y el interiorismo de John Pawson sirven a Ian Schrager para reinventar el lujo en Nueva York. Lo hace con su nuevo hotel, 'Public', mix de sofisticado y sencillo.
Tribute Hotel — Hong Kong, China
British architect Alex Jones has pulled out all the stops with his debut hotel, located in Hong Kong’s fast-gentrifying Yau Ma Tei neighbourhood on the Kowloon peninsula. Tribute by name and intent, the hotel champions the city’s culture and history. It references local influences through quirky details such as a...
Puro Gdańsk Stare Miasto in Gdansk, Poland | Expedia
Book the Puro Gdańsk Stare Miasto - Stay at this 4-star spa hotel in Gdańsk. Enjoy free WiFi, a restaurant, and 2 bars/lounges. Our guests praise the breakfast and the helpful staff in our reviews. Popular attractions Neptune's Fountain and Gdańsk Main Town Hall are located nearby. Discover genuine guest reviews for Puro Gdańsk Stare Miasto, in Gdansk City Center neighborhood, along with the latest prices and availability – book now.
Eclectic and Artfully Mixed Rooms
Happy Monday everyone! I hope you had good weekends. My husband and I talked all week about our 19th anniversary, and tried to get everything done by Sunday so we could go out for it. We failed, but the good news is we realized yesterday that it was not in fact the 21st, and that…
Arlo Hotel Hudson Square — New York, USA
The micro-hotel trend shows no sign of slowing down with the recent launch of Arlo Hotels’ Hudson Square property. Following the success of similarly tiny-roomed brands like CitizenM and Pod Hotels, Arlo has 325 units, averaging 160 sq ft in size. What the property doesn’t have in terms of expansive...
Book pentahotel Hong Kong, Kowloon in Kowloon | Hotels.com
View deals for pentahotel Hong Kong, Kowloon, including fully refundable rates with free cancellation. Guests praise the locale. Mikiki is minutes away. WiFi is free, and this hotel also features a restaurant and a gym.
Micro hoteles, nueva tendencia (económica) entre los ‘millennials’
Que los turistas y la forma de hacer turismo han cambiado no es ninguna novedad. Al binomio formado por la tecnología y sus derivadas y las limitaciones económicas que caracterizan a las generaciones más jóvenes, debemos añadirle un nuevo factor: la transformación de los intereses de los viajeros a la hora de conocer el mundo.