There are many things that can make a hotel stand out from the competition. Some hotels have great restaurants, others have amazing views and other, like these ones, have awesome bedrooms that make their guests stay memorable and comfortable. Each of these hotels offers unique bedroom designs meant to offer them character and charm. Whether they follow a theme or simply impress with their elegance, each design is exquisite in its own way.
The Seven hotel in Paris
At Hotel Seven in Paris you can find a variety of unique suites, with interior designs that follow themes such as Alice in Wonderland, Marie Antoinette or 007. Their designs are futuristic and always inviting and comfortable, featuring elements such as fiber optic accent lighting, floating beds, elegant curtains and cozy nooks. You can definitely see how every room was carefully planned down to the smallest details.
The Zaya Nurai Island in Abu Dhabi
The private Zaya Nurai Island Resort situated off the coast of Abu Dhabi is a wonderful destination for those that seek peace and relaxation. The resort combines contemporary architecture and design with traditional features, resulting in a very inviting and comfortable balance. The views from the bedrooms are simply amazing and the full height windows definitely let the resort’s guests make the most of them.
Retreat Selous in Tanzania
The location often dictates how a hotel or a retreat should look like. In the case of the Selous retreat in Tanzania, the charm comes from the overall simplicity and the beauty of the 12 suites which combine local materials with genuine African antiques and extraordinary views. The guests are encouraged to spend time outdoors admiring the surroundings.
The Airplane Suite in The Netherlands
This is exactly what it looks like: a German aircraft turned into a hotel. Given the dimensions, this is an accommodation for two. It comes with a sauna and Jacuzzi, a kitchen, a dining area as well as a very cozy bedroom featuring a platform bed. You can find this unusual hotel next to Teuge Airport.
Hotel Puerta America in Madrid
The uniqueness of Hotel Puerta America comes from the fact that it was designed by Zaha Hadid. The hotel’s rooms are spectacular, their innovative interior designs featuring fluid and sinuous lines that offer them a futuristic look while also creating a very pleasant ambiance. The combination between the designer’s artistic vision and state-of-the-art design techniques is no doubt amazing.
The Yeatman Hotel in Portugal
The Yeatman is a wine-themed hotel and even the guests’ rooms reflect that, featuring bed frames that resemble huge barrels as well as numerous other features designed to capture the same type of symbolism. The colors are warm, the lighting is subtle and beautiful and the décor is a mixture of modern and vintage.
The Whitepod in Switzerland
Situated at an altitude of 1400 meters in the Swiss Alps, the Whitepod needs little else to be amazing. The views are definitely breathtaking but the whole concept behind this luxury resort is one to be impressed by. The resort is composed of 15 state-of-the-art pods that offer everything including wood-burning stoves, bathrooms and very lovely decorations. Their interiors are very cozy, featuring traditional furnishings, beautiful fabrics and locally-sourced antiques.
The Klaus K hotel in Helsinki
In the case of the Klaus K hotel in Helsinki, the interior design is centered around the Finnish national epic entitled Kalevala. The interior design of the rooms mixes Scandinavian elements with details inspired from Folklore. There’s a very nice balance of styles and features such as a futuristic bed or chandelier are complemented by velvety sofas and very simple cabinetry.
The Yotel Hotel in New York
Located just two blocks west from Times Square, the Yotel is a contemporary hotel that offers its guests four bars, two lounges, a Japanese-themed restaurant as well as a series of minimalist suites offering views of the Manhattan skyline. Their interior designs are simple and futuristic. Round beds ensure a smooth and luxurious look while accent lighting creates the perfect mood.
The Lion Sand Game Reserve
Those that visit the Lion Sand Game Reserve in Africa have the amazing opportunity to dine and even sleep under the stars. A set of treehouses offer accommodations such as an air bush bedroom, an outdoor dining area or a beautiful deck with torches, seating and a canopy bed.
The Bambu Indah in Bali
The Bambu Indah is located in Bali, Indonesia and represents a collection of antique Java homes which have been restored and furnished with elements such as Ethiopian rawhide benches, Moroccan and Tibetan rugs as well as Chinese features. All of these are mixed together in outstanding ways. The guest rooms also impress through other methods.
The Manta Underwater Room in Tanzania
The Manta Underwater Room can be found just off the Tanzanian island of Pemba. It’s part of the Manta Resort and represents a cube-shaped structure with an underwater bedroom and a two-floor wooden bed. The structure is surrounded by water and the bedroom has windows that let the guests admire the underwater world, offering a unique experience.