With this selection of the most luxurious design hotels‘ interiors, you won’t quite know if you’ll want to travel for the actual destination, or for the place to stay at. Today, Covet House opens the VIP doors to some of Europe’s best design hotel interiors, to those design gems where every detail is thought of to provide you with the most unforgettable and comfortable experience. Be our guest on this trip around France, Portugal, Italy and the world of luxury design!
Hôtel Providence, Paris, France
Paris is one of the world’s most stylish destination, and sets very high standards in art and design. But outshining the City of Light is an exploit achieved by te well-named Hôtel Providence. This hotel puts a stress on having the guests feel at home – and what luxurious home is that! Suites, rooms and living areas feature great names from the design world, and Brabbu was naturally included with pieces from the MAYA collection in the Penthouse suite. Just take a look at the inside!
Hotel Infante de Sagres, Porto, Portugal
What better brand teamwork for a Portuguese hotel than Portuguese luxury design brands? Boca do Lobo, Persono, Delightfull, Aldeco, Brabbu, Castelbel – to name a few, brought their expertise in their respective areas, be it furniture design, lighting pieces or porcelain figures, to create a unique suite. The result is a room with a very strong identity, showcasing the Portuguese culture in a very refined and passionate style. If you stop by the fantastic city of Porto, raising among Europe’s stylish destinations, look no further than this hotel, located right into the historical center classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Hotel Room Mate Giulia, Milan, Italy
We definitely can’t get enough of Milan. After sharing our great experience at Salone del Mobile Milano this past week, now we want to make you discover this remarkable hotel in the heart of the true top city among Europe’s stylish destinations. Designed by Patricia Urquiola, the interior is really unique: colorful and full of personality, it means to reflect the city’s identity. A successful challenge!
We hope you enjoyed our selection, and we’ll keep exploring the world to share our best discoveries with you! In the meantime, don’t hesitate to tell us what you think, and if you had an amazing experience in a design hotel, we’d love to hear about it!