Spend the night in a hotel is not equal to sleep at home. Boutique Hotels are changing that feeling. They offer spaces with lots of personality. In them the guests feel owners of a new dormitory with the latest trends in decoration. Something that could not be allowed in their own home. HolidayCheck has researched its origin and selected the most groundbreaking designs in Europe? The Boutique Hotel concept is the American Ian Schrager.
This entrepreneur and hospitality guru in the early 1990s created this category to define a new kind of hotel. His idea was to create a place full of stimuli where you can enjoy the magic and theatrical sense of life. The term was popularized in the United States to refer to the intimate and luxurious, hotels with lots of style and personalized service, as opposed to large hotel chains with quality services but standardized and mechanical. The main features of the Boutique Hotels are:? Few places: often with 50 rooms. They never exceed the 100.
Custom: Customers they receive a familiar and professional treatment. Stylish: restaurant is carefully decorated to detail with the latest trends. Vanguard: Technological advances and heritage preservation (art galleries, etc.). Comfortable: Not only by its infrastructure but by a pleasant and nearby environment. Privacy: Are concevidos to seem like a second home and transmit privacy. Hotel Fox Copenhagen devised by 21 international graphic artists, is located in the Centre of Copenhagen a few steps from the plaza of City Hall and the important shopping street “Stroget”. This eco-friendly hotel has received the Green key certificate to sustainable development. Its rooms – no smoking is allowed – are covered in humorous vignettes and reasons for graphic design.Rooftop organize weekends, DJ sessions at the reception they rented bicycles and MP3 players in their gift shop, have since dolls tokidoki to books about design and its Sushikappo restaurant serves delicious dishes of maki, sashimi and nigiri.