Stay in Style: The Five Most Fashionable Hotels in the World
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By Angel Lenise October 03, 2013
Anything the kaiser touches is as good as gold. Karl Lagerfeld revamped Hôtel Metropole Monte-Carlo’s pool with Grecian-inspired goodness. This one-of-a-kind mural was inspired by the heroin in Euripides’ Iphigenia in Tauris according to Lagerfeld. The oasis boasts intimate lounge areas, a sundeck, and garden—the perfect setting to feast on Joël Robuchon’s fine fare.
Hôtel Metropole 4 avenue de la Madone BP 19 MC 98007 Monaco Cedex
The Armani Hotel's 95 guest rooms and suites were all designed by Giorgio Armani, echoing the same sculptural and sensual aesthetic of his namesake line. Take in panoramic views, indulge in penthouse spa services, and enjoy five-star dining on-site.
Armani Hotel Via A. Manzoni, 31 Milan, Italy 20121
Welcome to refinement. Milan's Bulgari Hotel was fashioned after the eponymous Italian label with 47 rooms, 11 suites, and additional properties in Bali and London. Bulgari Hotel Shanghai is coming in 2015.
Bulgari Hotel Via Privata Fratelli Gabba Milan, Italy 20121
Excellence, opulence, decadence. Christian Lacroix adorned Paris’ plush Hotel le Bellechasse with an immaculate attention to detail. Each room is unique in its décor and guests can enjoy Lacroix's “The Aquarium” during breakfast then walk to the nearby Orsay Museum.
Hotel Le Bellechasse 8 rue de Bellechasse 75007 Paris
Hotel Missoni dared to color Edinburgh's Royal Mile in bold, daring style. It's the only five-star stay in the area, with Missoni sheets, bathrobes, and designer products in each of its 136 rooms.
Hotel Missoni 1 George IV Bridge Edinburgh EH1 1AD UK
It's levels to staying somewhere in style. When you add a designer name to the mix—like Karl Lagerfeld, Giorgio Armani, or Rosita Missoni— then you can truly reside in couture company. Get your passports and Louis Vuitton luggage ready for a GLAM-approved trip to Europe, where you can rest your head at some of the world's most fashionable hotels. Clothing isn't the only thing that fashion designers put their names on, after all.Read More ↓