Top 5 stylish and fashionable hotels in Europe

For those of you fashion enthusiast, check out these hotels
24 Mar 2022
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For travelers who love aesthetics, these hotels will put you in the lap of fashion luxury. Located in five cities known for their sense of style (and where fashion week alone is worth a visit), these five urban hotels are guaranteed to please those who are design and aesthetic sensitive.

Le Bristol, Paris

Le Bristol, Paris is known for its great service and style. Located on the fashionable Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, this is a prominent building that opened in 1925 and still serves as a popular urban retreat for visitors who come to town for fashion show week.

Guest room at the hotel Le Bristol, Paris feel clean and fashionable
Guest room at the hotel Le Bristol, Paris feel clean and fashionable

The interior is essentially Parisian with signature luxury textiles and finely patterned, Louis XVI armchairs, classic chandeliers, polished marble, ornate flower arrangements, plus a white Burmese cat and the hotel's mascot named Fa-Raon.

Stroll around the hotel's manicured gardens, with its beautifully sculpted topiary, manicured lawns and fountains, relax in the indulgent La Prairie spa and dine at three Michelin-starred restaurants, Epicure, led by French chef Eric Frechon .

The Mandarin Oriental, Milan

The Mandarin Oriental, Milan, is everything you'd expect from a swanky hotel in the center of Italian fashion. It's in the heart of the Montenapoleone district – just a short walk from the Duomo, La Scala Opera House and many of the city's best upscale fashion boutiques – but you won't guess the central location for the sense of serenity once you step inside.

Outdoor lobby at The Mandarin Oriental, Milan
Outdoor lobby at The Mandarin Oriental, Milan

The hotel is housed in several 18th-century Milanese palazzos combined, decor defined by luxurious fabrics, dark wood shutters and a circular bathtub in the bathroom decorated with orchids and contemporary chandeliers. Other highlights include Michelin-starred dining (you can dine al fresco in the Seta restaurant's leafy courtyard), the elegant spa and indoor rooftop pool. Not to mention the glamorous Mandarin Bar & Bistrot – perfect for a refreshing Negroni dinner hour.

The Henrietta Hotel, London

The Henrietta Hotel is an exclusive boutique hotel just steps from Covent Garden, providing a beautiful haven in the heart of London for anyone who loves luxury and beautiful design.

Guest room at The Henrietta Hotel, London
Guest room at The Henrietta Hotel, London

The look is modern European style with a retro glam touch, with a color scheme consisting of earthy reds, ochers and pastels. Dainty furniture, potted ferns, and rose-pink velvet contrast with brass chandeliers, while marble skirting is offset by leopard-patterned statement wallpaper.

Skt Petri Hotel, Copenhagen

Danish design is one of the most sought-after aesthetics in the world and its capital, Copenhagen, is known as the epicenter of this minimalist and forward-thinking style. Hotels embodying the sophisticated Scandi look are scattered throughout the city, such as the Hotel Skt Petri, located in the heart of the Latin Quarter amid cobbled streets and pastel-painted buildings.

Skt Petri Hotel Lobby, Copenhagen
Skt Petri Hotel Lobby, Copenhagen

Guests enter Skt Petri via a smoky green glass escalator, which leads to a spacious atrium decorated in luxurious greens, navy blues, blacks and greys; curved drawings, emerald velvet sofas, geometric patterned marble floors, and hanging tropical plants. After the atrium, the courtyard is decorated with olive and fig trees while Norwegian design studio Anemone Wille Våge has added a touch of gold to the suite for added luxury. Rent a bike to explore the city's ubiquitous concept shops and design boutiques, and return for some fantastic cocktails in the hotel bar, or the sauna and steam room downstairs.

Schlosshotel, Berlin

In the leafy confines of Berlin's Grunewald suburb (just outside the city and sitting next to a vast forest), the Schlosshotel provides a sanctuary for the fashion-conscious traveler visiting the city. The hotel is set within a historic villa and private garden, and was acquired in 2014 by Berlin fashion designer Patrick Hellmann, who renovated it to its former glory, and more.

The majestic lobby with carved wooden ceilings and staircases, soaring windows and majestic shimmering chandeliers is a magnificent sight, while the spa with Finnish sauna overlooks the surrounding pine forest for a very relaxing experience.

Schlosshotel lobby, Berlin
Schlosshotel lobby, Berlin

The design of the suite itself exhibits impressive attention to detail, featuring an antique library, restored original frescoes and gilded bedding. But perhaps the main attraction is the Karl Lagerfeld Suite, designed by a late fashion icon in the 1990s, and furnished with luxurious Art Deco touches, oversized pink beds and a lovely stone balcony.

Reference: Booking.com

 
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