In Barcelona, there is a hotel where doors, walls, floors and bathrooms all made of glass. There are no televisions, phones, or radios because guests are supposed to mind the ceiling.
In Cancun, there is a hotel where everything is basic, from the poured-concrete walls to the oil-drum swimming pool.
At Le Bellechasse in Paris, a room designed by fashion designer Christian Lacroix, features life-size patterns of Victorian-era gents and butterflies.
There are cutting-edge Japanese electronics operated from the bathtub plus a stunning view from Tokyo in another hotel.
Another destination features a beautiful Marcel Wanders staircase, featuring the same abstract floral pattern used elsewhere in a recently opened hotel, the Mondrian South Beach in Florida.
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From All-Glass Hotels in Barcelona to Oil Drum Pools in Cancun
- By: Rafael Srur GuarilhaFeb 11, 2009