Our Favourite Hotel Interiors from Around the Globe
The Most Stunning Hotel Interiors from Around the World
There’s nothing more exciting than having a getaway to look forward to - except when you’ve booked a plush boutique hotel with the dreamiest interiors. From the UK to those further afield, these are some of our favourite hotel interiors from around the globe that are sure to impress any interior design lover. So whether you’re looking to jump on a plane as soon as you’re able to, or you’re looking for staycation ideas closer to home – these are some of the most impressive hotels from around the world.
The Dial House – Norfolk, United Kingdom
Located in Reepham, a small town in rural Norfolk, The Dial House hotel is a true hidden gem. With a red-brick exterior and original features, including large sash windows and working fireplaces throughout, this Georgian house boasts a whole lot of English charm.
The hotel’s décor is a unique combination of modern and antiques, so it has got something for everyone. One of the best and most unusual things about the hotel is that if you fall in love with something, you can buy it. Everything from the plates and cutlery to the furniture is for sale, so you can channel The Dial House in your home.
The Dial House has 8 boutique rooms available, each one with an individual Georgian theme. Filled with all things weird and wonderful, from antique bath tubs to vinyl record players – each room offers a truly unique experience.
Naturally, our favourite room in the hotel is ‘China’. Inspired by English potteries, this beautiful room has walls adorned with blue and white china, so it’s the perfect choice for any Blue Italian lover or those with a soft spot for the grandmillennial trend. However, with seven other themed rooms to choose from, interior design lovers will be spoilt for choice.
Hotel Zoo – Berlin, Germany
Boasting a whole lot of history, the Hotel Zoo seamlessly blends contemporary design with its historic roots.
Originally opening its doors in 1911, the Hotel Zoo was renowned for being the official hotel for celebrities and VIPs attending the Berlin International Film Festival. In 2012, the hotel was renovated by former film art director and production designer, Dayna Lee and Ted Berner, who completely transformed the hotel into something truly special.
The reception area has a living room feel, with floor-to-ceiling windows that look out over the hotel’s impressive winter garden. The area also boasts a number of opulent features, including an artistic moulded ceiling, striking chandeliers and statement textiles, which are sure to excite anyone with a passion for interior design.
Each one of the 144 rooms is uniquely decorated with a mixture of fashion prints, statement furniture and impressive rain showers that will make you reluctant to leave your room at all. With Maison Margielia dressing gowns and towels in every room, the Hotel Zoo is every fashionista’s dream.
So whether you explore the rooftop bar and fine-dining restaurant, or venture out to see what else Berlin has to offer – the Hotel Zoo is a must-visit for anyone with a love of art, fashion and interiors.
Shoreline Hotel – Honolulu, USA
Colourful, playful and utterly Instagrammable are just some of the words we’d use to describe the Shoreline hotel in Waikiki. Designed by BHDM Design, they wanted to create something different to all of the other hotels in the area, somewhere where ‘nature meets neon’ as a nod to the bold and beautiful island of Waikiki.
From the minute you enter the hotel you’re surrounded by colour in the hotel’s Instagram-worthy reception area – and it doesn’t stop there. From the explosion of colour in each of the rooms, to the tropical mural surrounding the rooftop pool, mirroring the vibrant Hawaiian landscape – every corner of this hotel gives you something to smile about.
So if you’re looking for a getaway that’s shore to brighten up your Instagram feed, then the Shoreline hotel is perfect for you.
Walled Off Hotel – Bethlehem, Palestine
The Walled Off Hotel in Bethlehem is a true work of art and every room has something different and completely unexpected on offer. Featuring rooms designed by Banksy, Sami Musa and Dominique Petrin, as well as its very own art gallery, this hotel is perfect for any art lover.
The interiors have been inspired by English gentlemen’s clubs with a nod towards the colonial period. Featuring CCTV cameras, antique frames with controversial artwork and hunting trophies throughout, the hotel offers a truly unique experience.
So whether you’re an art-lover, or you’re looking to step away from the ordinary, the Walled Off hotel will provide you with an unforgettable stay.
Crazy Bear Hotel – Beaconsfield, United Kingdom
Opening its doors in 2008, The Crazy Bear hotel has become somewhat iconic. Housed in the oldest building in Beaconsfield, the fifteenth century coaching inn has been expertly restored and transformed into something truly spectacular inside.
A true celebration of British eccentricity, the interiors at The Crazy Bear feature black leather walls, crushed velvet ceilings and mounted animal heads throughout, so you’ll feel as though you’ve been transported into a cabinet of curiosities. The 45 bedrooms are equally as opulent. With copper roll-top baths, crushed velvet curtains and doors and a whole lot of leather – each room is filled with some wondrous features.
In addition to some spectacular rooms, the hotel also boasts two show-stopping restaurants. The English restaurant offers some traditional British dishes, whilst the popular Thai restaurant serves some true classics, such as crispy spring rolls and fragrant Thai curries and both offer extensive cocktail menus.
If opulence and eccentricity excites you, then the Crazy Bear Hotel should be at the top of your list of places to visit – even if it is just for some spring rolls and cocktails. It’s an experience you’ll never forget.
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