The most impressive hotel rooms from Europe
Chic or downright extravagant decors SF or retro ambiance, here are the most impressive hotel rooms from Europe, ideal for a stay for two!
Vigilius Mountain Resort, Lana (Italy)
Located near the Mount Vigiljoch, at just few kilometers from Merano, Vigilius Mountain Resort opens a gate to another world, away from the noise and bustle of the living. Made from old wood, “recycled” after more than 300 years of use, Vigilius is proud to be one of the first and most important eco-friendly resorts from Europe. Among the facilities which strengthened the celebrity is the heating system neutral in terms of carbon dioxide emanations and a pool with fresh water from spring.
The Witchery by The Castle, Edinburgh
Dark, gothic and very theatrical, “The Witchery” from Edinburgh can be seen easily as a museum of Victorian period (but with many Elizabethan remnants) that, randomly, you can stay overnight. Apartments and rooms are listed in the registry with names like Armour Camera or Guard Camera, which did not surprise us, given that Castelhill, the building that houses them is dating from the seventeenth century. The bathrooms are equipped with huge mirrors, which take you think of love affairs by passing of the “dangerous links”, not a coincidence that The Witchery is now known as one of the most luxurious hotel rooms from Europe.
DO & CO Hotel in Vienna
Located inside the famous building with glass walls Haas Haus, on the third floor, Do & Co Hotel welcomes its guests to view Cathedral of St. Stephen, an emblem of Vienna since 1147. The design combines ethno-influenced vision of the founder of the Turkish Attila with luxury and grandeur specific Dogudan Vienna. As architecture chambers, their construction conjures a sliced cake, but it can feel claustrophobic being offset by white furniture and wood floors, no carpets.
Hotel Puerta America, Madrid
Many times described as an architectural wonder, Puerta America is not less than 342 rooms and suites, each with a unique design based on the floor where is situated. Thus, the interior floor reminds one seen in Jetsons family, but science fiction in all its splendor can be found seven floors above the eighth, where due to the optical fiber changes the entire décor around you at every step. That makes us think of Bill Gates house.
Dolder Grand Hotel, Zurich
Built in 1899 by Jacques Gros, the famous hotel and spa retreat overlooking the Alps soaked in Lake Zurich was completely renovated and transformed this year into an ultra-modern luxury of the famous team of professionals in architecture ( Foster and Partners), interior (United Designers) and spa concept (Sylvia Sepielli). At Dolder, Max attractions are the four penthouses, each inspired by a famous guest.