It’s the end of the year and that means: list-making. This week you will find all kind of lists here on Petite Passport. Starting with the most popular (which means: most viewed by the reader of Petite Passport) hotels. Congratulations to all those risk-taken hotel-owners who opened a new hotel last year. And two ‘older’ hotels who are still popular.
Only two, beautiful designed by Ulrika Lundgren of fashion label Rika, rooms in the center of Amsterdam.
Popular, new hotel where celebs love to spend the night. From Madonna to Mario Balotelli.
Budget paradise in the heart of the city. The rooms are designed by fashion students.
Bold colored hotel in the posh district of Paris.
The newest it-hotel in Williamsburg. Proud I had the chance to make a Tried & Tested when the paint was still wet.
The newest hotel of Grupo Habita in Mexico-City. Love the way they used the red bricks.
Concept store with a room upstairs.
‘Oldy’ in hotel terms, but still the option if you’re going to Stockholm. From the outfits of the staff to the design of the rooms and from the lively bar to the Story Hotel mugs: it is all fantastic.
Affordable luxury is now also available in London.
The rooms at Hotel Modern feel like home and there’s a restaurant downstairs.
What’s your favorite hotel?
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