Design Contract present top fashion designers decorated and art hotels worldwide. These luxurious places offer intimate and discreet guest experience while providing the highest level of service. Each hotel and setting is unique, but certain elements characterise all of them — a beautiful natural location, outstanding facilities, exceptional service, design furnitureand lightning and a small number of rooms to ensure exclusivity and privacy.
The Hotel Metropole Monte Carlo by Carl Lagerfeld
The Hotel Metropole in Monte Carlo pool, art, furniture and outdoor area have been designed by fashion designer and icon Karl Lagerfeld, but you can search for alternative design armchairs for your project. The pool area accommodates up to 30 guests. Overlooking the pool, the “sundeck” provides additional sun loungers.
By designer’s concept, inspired by legendary ODYSSEY legend, the hotel’s new swimming pool with a stunning fresco-style installation made up of 15 glass panels portraying Ulysses’ journey, gardens and Joël Robuchon’s third restaurant within the hotel. The mural, retracing Ulysses’ journey as chronicled by Homer, has been created by the internationally renowned fashion designer. Clearly a fan of Greek Mythology, Lagerfeld also created a Greek God and Goddesses calendar for Pirelli the same year he began designing this. A real piece of art in itself, the mural serves as a stunning backdrop to this exclusive area.
During the day, ODYSSEY is a haven of peace, exclusive to hotel residents and to the ‘Odyssey’ members of the Métropole ESPA Monte-Carlo. VIP guests are able to enjoy breakfast and lunch by the pool, between 8am and 6pm. The dual concept restaurant ODYSSEY offers an alfresco dining experience at lunchtime with light and refined Mediterranean cuisine and comfortable armchirs.
Between 7pm and 11pm from June through to September, ODYSSEY transform into a destination cocktail bar with similar, to our sugested, stylish chandeliers and design furniture for non-hotel guests and locals, with live music, a resident DJ and innovative light bites created by Joël Robuchon.
Hub Porteño Art Hotel in Buenos Aires
Hub Porteño situated in an unmatched location of Buenos Aires and provides the best services the boutique hotel industry has to offer.
Backed by some of the country’s grandest families, the Hub emanates patrician grooming rather than cutting-edge design. Warm, solid spaces utilize the woods and grasses of Argentina’s forests and pampas. Walls are hung with works by Argentine masters, on loan from the Fortabat Art Collection. Magisterial guest rooms have languorous linen drapes, ivory-leather sofas, and the occasional, impeccably chosen antique.
The Hub stands out for its above-and-beyond concierges, who facilitate introductions to artists, designers, polo players, or literary figures. Chef Dante Liporace reinvigorates suckling pig, puchero stew, and roasted kid in the glass-roofed restaurant shaded by a giant fig tree.
HOMA Hotel of Modern Art in China
HOMA is part of the Relais-Chateaux group of luxury hotels. Hotel located in Yuzi Paradise in the middle of the untouched Chinese landscape, surrounded by lakes, rice paddies and cone-shaped mountains. Amongst the two hundred international sculptures found in this extraordinary setting is the hotel, itself is a piece of contemporary art, the amazing “cave” restaurant offer unforgetable experience as well.
Single Chinese hotel in the Relais & Chateaux alliance, HOMA has 46 unique rooms. Like the postmodern park the hotel’s aesthetic is clean and contemporary. Though no two rooms are the same, guests can expect plush linens, smooth surfaces, flat screen TVs, and pieces of inspired artwork.
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