The unique design hotel Ion on Iceland is situated only an hour drive away from Reykjavik, yet it is truly a world away. Straight out of a magical fairytale the hotel is nestled in a moss grown mountain landscape. And in a rather stylish setting, the Ion Adventure Hotel offers a luxury experience of nature, like no other.
Brilliantly quirky boutique hotel SP34 is the place to stay when visiting trendy Copenhagen. Originally a town house, the hotel is featuring a friendly atmosphere in super cool surroundings. Tucked away in the bohemian and buzzy Latin Quarter and situated just moments away of the capital’s main shopping streets and attractions.
Perhaps one of Copenhagen’s quirkiest hotels is the CPH Living, a floating hotel in the harbor. The converted barge is moored in trendy Christianshavn and offers guests a simple yet amazingly unique design experience.
Far from busy city life, in a northeastern corner of the Swedish island of Gotland, lies the remote peninsula of Furillen. And in the midst of the rough yet inspiring natural landscape you’ll discover a industrial-chic boutique hotel with stunning Baltic Sea views.
Help yourself to wine from the fridge, pinch a book from the library and settle in for a cosy afternoon in the glasshouse. Marked through Mr and Mrs Smith as a Urban Gustavian Hideout, Ett Hem in Stockholm is the new benchmark for laid-back Swedish hospitality.
In our series of posts on special places to stay in Norway we would like to share perhaps Norway’s most stunning design hotel, Juvet Landscape Hotel. The hotel is build as part of an old Norwegian farm as a great example on how modern architecture can go hand in hand with heritage sites.