5 Magical Destination Hotels

These hotels and hostels are dream destinations.
Designer: Factor Eficiencia and Andrés Gutiérrez.
Project: Ignacia Guest House, Mexico City.
Standout: A contemporary steel-framed glass addition to a 1913 mansion has allowed it to transform into a hotel, named for the family’s beloved housekeeper.

studio-aisslinger-hobo-stockholm-hydroponic-herbs-0617Hobo hotel by Studio Aisslinger. Stockholm. Photography by Patricia Parinejad.
Designer: Studio Aisslinger.
Project: Hobo, Stockholm.
Standout: The free-spirited vibe and eco-conscious attitude come through in this boutique hotel’s abundant use of wood and the in-house restaurant’s hydroponic herbs.

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JAM Hotel by Atelier Lionel Jadot. Brussels. Photography by Oana Crainic.
Designer: Atelier Lionel Jadot.
Project: JAM Hotel, Brussels.
Standout: Gritty nonchalance pervades this hotel-hostel hybrid, starting with the old motorbike parts built into the reception desk and continuing with the plywood bunks.

agence-francois-champsaur-le-bailli-de-suffren-le-rayol-canadel-sur-mer-france-sliding-glass-door-0617Le Bailli de Suffren by Agence François Champsaur. Le Rayol–Canadel sur Mer, France. Photography by Yoan Chevojon.
Designer: Agence François Champsaur.
Project: Le Bailli de Suffren, Le Rayol–Canadel sur Mer, France.
Standout: The blues of the sky and the Mediterranean Sea, visible through the sliding glass doors of the guest rooms, reappear in their furniture and painted ceilings.

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Coo by Ministry of Design. Singapore. Photography by Edward Hendricks.
Designer: Ministry of Design.
Project: Coo, Singapore.
Standout: There’s plenty of urban edge at a millennial-targeted hostel where guests bunk down in stacked compartments outfitted with metal ladders and privacy curtains.

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