AD Round Up: Hotels Part VII

AD Round Up: Hotels Part VII

Going out for the weekend? Thinking on a place to stay? Check our seventh selection of previously featured hotels after the break.

Grand Hotel Casselbergh Brugge / BURO II With its central location and rich history, this site is of major importance to the World Heritage City of Bruges. Tourism is an important engine of the local economy. The conversion of this building into a hotel with conference facilities will finally, after many years, remove an eyesore from the Hoogstraat (read more…)

Hotel City Garden / EM2N The Parkhotel in Zug planned to erect a temporary ancillary hotel building on a public site that in 12 to 15 years time will be used as the services area for a road building project. Despite the limited life- span this hotel was to meet the requirements of a four-star facility and to have an unmistakeable character (read more…)

Metropol Hotel / Chalupa Architekti + d u m Architekti The design of the Metropol Hotel results both from the respect to the context of Narodni trida –“The National Avenue” – as well as from the vision of a contemporary vibrant downtown with metropolitan palaces, cafés, restaurants and shops facing the street and all other things that support and accelerate modern urban life (read more…)

East Hotel / CL3 Architects East, a business hotel located in a residential/commercial neighbourhood in Hong Kong, takes a different look at hotel design by planning from the inside-out. CL3 Architects, the interior architect was appointed early in the design process, 4.5 years ago, to carry out the space planning of the rooms and public areas, consisting of the entrance, lobby reception, all day dining, health club, 339 guestrooms, 6 suites and a rooftop bar, as an integral part of the architecture (read more…)

Movijovem Youth Hostel / ComA ComA architects, had the challenge of designing an extension to the old youth Hostel, located in Penhas da Saúde, Serra da Estrela, the biggest mountain in Portugal. This privileged site was the most important influence on the final form of this ambitious new hostel house with 694.10 sqm, twenty rooms, a living room and a other facilities that meet the needs of young guests (read more…)

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "AD Round Up: Hotels Part VII" 08 Apr 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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